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?
Benchmarking JDK String.replace() vs Apache Commons StringUtils.replace()
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()