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WebStorm Cloud Desktop – the Best Javascript IDE in the Browser

WebStorm Cloud Desktop is now available as an installation-free application that runs in your browser. It provides you with JetBrains' well-known integrated JavaScript development environment with additional CPU and RAM and high internet speed. With the arrival of WebStorm Cloud…

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IntelliJ Cloud Desktop – Instant free Remote Session with no Time Limit

IntelliJ Cloud Desktop by vocon IT GmbH is available as a free beta version on https://intellij-frontend.vocon-it.com/. Just register via GitHub or Google, and you are ready to start coding on IntelliJ Cloud Desktop in less than a minute. NEW (2021-11-26):…

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Setting a Breakpoint for Debugging Spring Boot CORS Problems in IntelliJ IDEA (Cheat Sheet)

Super-short instructions how to place the breakpoint in an IDE in order to debug CORS issues in Spring Boot. The problem with debugging CORS (like any other filter in spring boot security) is, that any request is blocked before they…

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Avoid Docker created Files with wrong Permissions (Maven example)

This article helps you running Docker containers without polluting your filesystem with files owned by root. Most Docker images you find on Docker hub are designed to run as root inside the container. This can lead to your file system…

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Hello Java Hipster: Angular 8 and Spring Boot 2.1 with Cassandra 3.11 running in Docker

Two and a half years ago, we have shown in this blog post how JHipster a.k.a. Java Hipster can be used to auto-generate Angular 4 and Spring Boot code. Now, we will revisit the Hello World with newer versions Angular…

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CKA Labs (17): Kubernetes Readiness and Liveness Probes

In this article,  we will learn how Kubernetes Liveness Probes and Kubernetes Readiness Probes help us improve the continuity and availability of Kubernetes Services. For that, we will learn how Kubernetes uses probes to decide, whether an application is up…