JSF 2 Tutorials and Examples

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JavaServer Faces (JSF) which provides a Component-Based Architecture for developing reusable User Interface Components hides most of the complex stuffs that are happening in the View portion of the MVC-2 Architecture. The framework is not only limited to developing customized User Interface Components but also provides support for various Advanced Features like Event handling Mechanism, Validating User Inputs that are sent by the clients, Easy Page Navigation […]

Bootstrap Tooltip Plugin

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A tooltip is a small pop-up which appears when a cursor is positioned over an icon, image, hyperlink or other element in a graphical user interface. It is small, boxed text message which provides some detail about the text when the mouse pointer hovers over given text. Tooltips are helpful for new users because they […]

Bootstrap Tab Plugin

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This tutorial highlights the use of Bootstrap tab plugin for the navigation. In general, the term tab allows for the user to access different parts of the menu or webpage. We can create dynamic tabs by clicking on tabbable areas or navigation panes to navigate to contents on the webpage. The most often used navigation […]

Gradle Tutorial

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There are many automate build tools used these days for building, testing, publishing deployment and packaging software. Apache ant, Maven and Gradle are the most popular automate build tools. Gradle is a build automation tool that help the developers eliminating the needs of doing a lot of unnecessary efforts. Standard directory preparation, compilation, packaging and generating […]

Bootstrap Modals

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Bootstrap Modals are basically dialog box which are created using custom jQuery plugin. Modals are streamlined, dialog prompts which will have content from an outside source to indicate important information to the user to take necessary actions before moving on. A modal is often called as child window which is used as a window to […]

Bootstrap Dropdown Plugin

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The Bootstrap drop down menu is sometimes referred to as pull down menu or drop down list which appears when clicking on a button or text selection which allows the user to choose a single value. A drop down list can be used to display large list of options where only one option is displayed […]

Bootstrap Plugins

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Bootstrap provides bundle of plugins which specifies more functionality and adds more interaction to website by using Bootstrap’s individual *.js files or using bootstrap.js and minified bootstrap.min.js files at once. If we include individually then, we have to check for dependencies in the docs. also read: Bootstrap Setup Bootstrap Typography Bootstrap plugins includes following forms: […]

Bootstrap Panels

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In general, panel is representation of information which is sent to user’s display screen in given circumstances. Sometimes we need to put information in box for certain reason or need to put DOM in a box. For those situations, the panel component is very useful. The box will get display with some basic border and […]

Bootstrap Wells

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A well is a container which causes simple effect on an element to give an inset effect on the page. To create a well, Bootstrap provides class called .well which can be used with div element. also read: Bootstrap Setup Bootstrap Typography The below examples shows the various techniques used for implementing the wells in […]

Java Currency Class Example

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The currency class presents a currency method. The currency codes ISO 4217(International Organisation for standardization) is been identified for currency. This class presents all worldwide currencies. There is no public constructor as it is designed for only one currency instance at a time and not more than one. The # is used to begin the […]

Java Date Class Example

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The class Date is nothing but the representation of the specific instant in Time. It is given in the millisecond precision. For calculation purpose, all the operating system assumes that 1 day= 24*60*60=86400 seconds. However, in Coordinated Universal Time (UTC), there is an extra second called “leap second” about once every year or two year […]