Welcome to our monthly recap of the articles we published in April! We had some important product and event announcements this month that deserve your attention:
- Red Hat CodeReady Studio reached its end of life;
- CodeReady Workspaces has scaled up and, is now Red Hat OpenShift Dev Spaces;
- Red Hat Summit 2022 is fast approaching—find out which sessions are of most interest to developers.
And of course, we rolled out a panoply of articles to help you write code on the platforms you trust. Here are the April highlights.
Note: See the end of this article for the full lineup published in April 2022.
What's new in GCC 12?
The upcoming release of version 12 of the GCC compiler is naturally causing quite a stir for C developers working on Red Hat Enterprise Linux and other platforms. In one of our most popular articles this month, David Malcolm breaks down the state of static code analysis in GCC 12. C++ specifically is getting more support in this version of the compiler, and Marek Polacek outlines the new features.
Meanwhile, C++ is advancing on other fronts, with updates to the core standard. Jason Merrill has the highlights.
Keep secure with SSO
Did you know that Red Hat makes single sign-on available in many of its products and platforms? The technology is a productized and supported version of the open source Keycloak tool. This month we offered a couple of different ways to help you get started: Romain Pelisse taught you how to deploy Keycloak SSO with Ansible, while Olivier Rivat explained how to add security to a Quarkus application using Red Hat's SSO.
Get to know Node.js
Java might have been born in an era of big servers and traditional middleware, but it's moving forward into an era of containerized applications at a rapid clip. This month, Red Hat Developer delivered a pair of articles that dug deep into how Java operates in a containerized environment. Ben Evans outlined some best practices for Java in single-core containers, whereas Severin Gehwolf explained what’s new in OpenJDK's container awareness for Java 17.
Want to move beyond theory to practice? Get started with a developer's guide to using Kafka with Java, since Kafka is often used along with Kubernetes. Then dig deeper by deploying a Java application on Red Hat OpenShift using JKube and writing Kubernetes Operators in Java with JOSDK.
April 2022 on Red Hat Developer
Here's the full lineup of articles published on Red Hat Developer so far this month:
- Build your first Java serverless function using a Quarkus quick start
- C++ standardization (core language) progress in 2021
- Develop a basic rate limiter with Quarkus and Redis
- Generate and save an HTML report in Jenkins on OpenShift 4
- CodeReady Workspaces scales up, is now Red Hat OpenShift Dev Spaces
- Writing Kubernetes Operators in Java with JOSDK, Part 3: Implementing a controller
- Automate CI/CD on pull requests with Argo CD ApplicationSets
- A developer's guide to using Kafka with Java, Part 1
- Configure CodeReady Containers for AI/ML development
- An introduction to Linux bridging commands and features
- 3 ways to install a database with Helm charts
- Kafka Monthly Digest: March 2022
- Introduction to the Node.js reference architecture, Part 8: TypeScript
- Red Hat Summit 2022: A developer preview
- Observability in 2022: Why it matters and how OpenTelemetry can help
- The state of static analysis in the GCC 12 compiler
- Deploy a Java application on Red Hat OpenShift using JKube
- Manage namespaces in multitenant clusters with Argo CD, Kustomize, and Helm
- Building Quarkus applications with Apache Cassandra: Workshop recap
- Generate Helm charts for your Java application using JKube, Part 1
- Announcement: Red Hat CodeReady Studio reaches end of life
- Best practices for Java in single-core containers
- Java 17: What’s new in OpenJDK's container awareness
- Create and manage local persistent volumes with CodeReady Containers
- Deploy Keycloak single sign-on with Ansible
- Bind a Kafka cluster to a Node.js application the easy way
- New C++ features in GCC 12