Sometimes it’s necessary to run
gradle in offline mode. E.g. when having no internet connection or when you want to prevent
gradle to download files in case you have a limited download volume. This describes how to run gradle in offline mode. Continue reading
This is about writing java software that does not need a JVM in order to execute it. For this the GraalVM can be used. In the end it provides a binary that is ways smaller than a full JVM and can directly be executed on the target operating system.
The project is hosted by the Apache Software Foundation. It supports detecting various file and content types. There is a full list of supported formats. When having a look at the list that displays the supported formats, many document formats are listed in there. E.g.
text/xml, the propritary Microsoft OOXML or the office standard Open Document. Furthermore images (
image/tiff), videos (
video/mp4) and audios (
audio/mpeg) can be recognized by
Tika. Even feeds (
application/atom+xml) may be recognized. And many, many more … Continue reading