Create applications using ObjectDb and JPA in NetBeans

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Introduction I have been developing Java applications for a long time and the major difficulty was the coding part related to database manipulations. Recently I shifted to use Object-Relational Mapping through JPA. I have used TopLink, EclipseLink, and Hibernate. Although I could achieve the functionally I want with ease, the output was slower when compared […]

Integrating Struts 2.0 applications with Hibernate

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Struts 2.0 is one of the popularly used Presentation tier framework for Java web Applications.It is based on the WebWork2 technology.Struts 2.0 framework implements MVC 2 architecture by centralizing the control using a Front Controller strategy. The extensible and flexible nature of Struts 2.0 makes it the favourite choice of Java web developers. The major […]

Introduction to Groovy Server Pages (GSP)

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Introduction This article is about Groovy Server Pages basic concepts. Groovy Server Pages (GSP) is a view technology which can be used for designing web application using Grails Framework. Developing GSP are very much similar to that of designing web pages with Active Server Pages (ASP) and Java Server Pages (JSP) but coding is very […]

Introduction to Spring Converters and Formatters

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Introduction In this article, we will provide introductory details on Spring Converters and Formatters. Converter components are used for converting one type to another type and also to provide a cleaner separation by forcing to place all such conversion related code in one single place. Spring already supports built-in converters for the commonly used types […]

Extending View Resolver and Chaining View Resolvers in Spring MVC

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In Spring MVC view resolvers help the Dispatcher Servlet in identifying the views which has to be rendered in response for a request. There are lot view resolvers available in Spring framework. For example: InternalResourceViewResolver, ResourceBundleViewResolver, XmlViewResolver etc. If needed, the programmers can have custom view resolvers by extending existing view resolver implementation or implementing […]

Introduction to Spring Expression Language (SpEL)

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Introduction The article Introduction to Spring Expression Language (SpEL) will provide introductory details in writing expression languages using Spring’s Expression framework. The reader is expected to having a basic understanding on the core concepts of Spring before reading this article (Read: Introduction to Spring Framework). This article explains the usage of Spring’s Expression API for […]

New Features in Google Android 2.3

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Android is the first open source software stack for mobile/handheld devices. Android predominantly provides support for building rich & flexible mobile apps. Android platform includes a compatible Linux kernel based OS, rich UI, applications, support libraries, application frameworks, support for multimedia, and more. The underlying OS components are written in C/C++ and user applications are […]

Internationalisation(i18n) in GWT Application

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Internationalization is the technique of designing the application to be attuned with different regions or countries where the application needs to be run. Internationalization requires separation of the usage data to be internationalized into properties file. In the Java programming language, internationalization is usually implemented by means of Resource Bundles i.e., a .properties file for […]

JBoss AS 5 Performance Tuning

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JBoss AS 5 Performance TuningJBoss AS 5 Performance Tuning will teach you how to deliver fast applications on the JBoss Application Server and Apache Tomcat, giving you a decisive competitive advantage over your competitors. You will learn how to optimize hardware resources, meeting your application requirements with less expenditure. also read: WebLogic Interview Questions JBoss Portal Server Development […]

OSGi and Apache Felix 3.0

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Beginner’s Guide The OSGi specification is a module system and service platform that implements a complete and dynamic component model. Wasn’t that a complicated definition! So how would you really use it to practical modular applications? Let this book break down the seemingly overwhelming OSGi standards for you by explaining Apache Felix‘s powerful architecture in […]