At the end of the year, we like to review our most-read articles in 2019 and compile them so you can revisit them and discover new articles that you might find interesting.
So here is the list of our most popular articles in 2019:
Index of articles on the PDF File Format; Images in PDF; Colors in PDF; Text in PDF; Fonts in PDF; PDF Forms, Annotations & Interaction Elements; PDF Security; General interest articles and Making your own PDF file.
With Java 11 as the latest LTS release of Java, what is different between it and the previous LTS? This blog post points out the key differences between the two versions including New Features and Deprecations.
A guide of editors and IDEs you can use if you are on the go while giving you insight into what your Android phone or tablet can do in terms of coding and programming.
These IDEs offer a variety of features: building Java applications, TestNG, debugging, code inspections, code assistance, JUNIT testing, multiple refactoring, visual GUI builder and code editor, Java, Maven build tools, ant, do data modelling and build queries, and more.
Learn how to set up VisualVM for IntelliJ IDEA and Eclipse.
Find out how to rotate an image in Java in 3 simple steps.
With Java, there are 3 built-in options for scaling images using interpolation(Bicubic, Bilinear and Nearest Neighbour). Here is a short explanation of all 3 of them and how to use them in Java with some sample code.
Need to use JavaFX in your application in Java 11 or higher? This article will show you where you can get the JavaFX SDK from and how to include it in a modular application.
With Java 12 came new enhancements in Garbage collection, in this article we look into the new Garbage collection options such as Shenendoah and the enhancements to G1GC.
During February we focused on OpenJDK projects you should know about and Panama was one of the most popular ones we talked about. Learn more about what is Project Panama, why it is important and how it will achieve its goal of making more accessible method native code.
Which of these articles had you read before? Let us know in the comments!
Do you need to write or read JPEG in Java?
We have an easy guide on how to write JPEG in Java using ImageIO and JDeli.
You can learn how to read/write most of the image files in ImageIO. However, it gives little control over the process.
JDeli is easy to use and offers complete support, so why don't you give a try?