jEnv is a command line tool to set the
JAVA_HOME enviornment variable. The blog of [Configuring jenv the right way)[https://developer.bring.com/blog/configuring-jenv-the-right-way/] gives the right way to set it – it fixed my sbt project too.
A note about general concepts of high performance: both throughput and response time.
The Logback Project has three modules: logback-core, logback-classic and logback-access. The logback-core has the core functions for other two modules. The logback-classic implements the SLF4J API. The logback-access integrates with the Servlet containers to provide HTTP-access log functionality. Logback is fast, native SLF4J, well-documented and dynamic configurable.
This part covers the ZIO tests. It is based on the ZIO document of Data Types. A small number of data types help you develop applications in a functional approach. All the data types are just values that
- describe effectful or asynchronous actions
- manage resources
- are used to make concurrent programming safe and simple.