Getting Started with GraphQL using GitHub API

GraphQL is a query language for APIs. It provides a complete and understandable description of the data in your API and gives clients the power to ask for exactly what they need and nothing more.

Send a GraphQL query to your API and get exactly what you need. These queries always return predictable results using GraphQL. It is fast and stable.

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The GDB Python API

GDB has evolved in the last several years to provide a Python API. This series of articles will look at how a user can program GDB with the API and will also take an in-depth look at several features of that API. But, before we begin, a small history lesson is needed and a look at just why an API was needed.

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Red Hat introduces JDK 9

Support for Java™ 9

Starting from Red Hat JBoss Developer Studio 11.1, Java™ 9 is now supported.

Please note that Red Hat JBoss Developer Studio does not run on a Java™ 9 virtual machine but allows for managing and building of Java™ 9 projects and artifacts. So, you must first define in your workspace a Java™ 9 JDK if you want to manage and build Java™ 9 projects.

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Red Hat extends container development tooling with updated DevSuite, DevStudio, CDK

We’re extremely pleased to announce updates to our Red Hat Development Suite of products, including Container Development Kit 3.2, JBoss Developer Studio 11.1, OpenJDK 9 and our DevSuite 2.1 Installer. As always, our focus is on increasing usability for developers, while adding new features that matter for developers targeting Red Hat platforms.

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Fall 2017 GNU Toolchain Update

The GNU Toolchain is a collection of programming tools produced by the GNU Project. The tools are often packaged together due to their common use for developing software applications, operating systems, and low-level software for embedded systems.

This blog is part of a regular series covering the latest changes and improvements in the components that make up this Toolchain. Apart from the announcement of new releases, however, the features described here are at the bleeding edge of software development in the tools. This does mean that it may be a while before they make it into production releases, and they might not be fully functional yet. But anyone who is interested in experimenting with them can build their own copy of the Toolchain and then try them out.

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