One of jOOQ's biggest strength is the fact that it is a type safe SQL API. "Type safe", in this context, means that every object that you put in a jOOQ query has a well defined type, such as: Condition Field Table These can be used in jOOQ in a type safe way as such: … Continue reading What’s a “String” in the jOOQ API?
What's better? Using the JDK's String.replace() or something like Apache Commons Lang's Apache Commons Lang's StringUtils.replace()? In this article, I'll compare the two, first in a profiling session using Java Mission Control (JMC), then in a benchmark using JMH, and we'll see that Java 9 heavily improved things in this area. Profiling using JMC In … Continue reading Benchmarking JDK String.replace() vs Apache Commons StringUtils.replace()