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Java 8 on a Mac with SQL Developer 4.1

I ran into a few dramas getting SQL Developer 4.1 on my MacBook Air going earlier today. It boiled down to convincing SQL Developer to find and use the proper JDK on OS X Yosemite. So just in case it’s not me out there, here’s what I had to do. Unless you already have Java […]

Oracle SQL Developer Look and Feels

SQL Developer is a Java Swing desktop application – surprise! We support a native operating system ‘look and feel‘ and also ship with an Oracle look and feel (LnF). The architecture of Swing is designed so that you may change the “look and feel” (L&F) of your application’s GUI (see A Swing Architecture Overview). “Look” […]

Install Oracle SQL Developer on OS X (Mountain Lion)

One of the great benefits to having an application developed on the Java platform is the ability to run it on many different operating systems. While Windows may still be the corporate standard in more shops than not, geeks worldwide know that Apple’s hardware and OS (OS X) are ‘superior.’ With yesterday’s release of Mountain […]