AJAX Support in Struts 2.0

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Ajax or Asynchronous JavaScript and XML was introduced by Jesse James Garrett in 2005. He is called the “Father of Ajax” .Ajax is a collection of concepts and technologies that allows richer and more interactive user interaction with the web applications. The Ajax engine allows the user’s interaction with the application to happen asynchronously — […]

Mapping Java Objects and XML Documents using JAXB in Java 6.0

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1) Introduction JAXB (Java API for XML Binding) technology which was included as part of JWSDP (Java Web Services Developer Pack) before, is now included with the Mustang Distribution. Simply put, it is a Mapping Technology for Java and XML Documents. Using JAXB, one can Generate XML Documents from Java Objects and also they can […]

JDBC 4.0 API in Java 6.0

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1) Introduction Java Database Connectivity allows Application Programs to interact with the Database to access the Relational Data. JDBC provides the Pluggable Architecture wherein any type of Java Compliant Drivers can be plugged-in even during the run-time. The JDBC API provides functionality to establish Connection to the back-end Database session which can execute the Queries […]

Java 6.0 Features Part – 2 : Pluggable Annotation Processing API

1) Introduction The first part of this article listed out the major new features of Java 6 (Mustang) related to areas like Common Annotations (JSR 250), Scripting Language for the Java Platform (JSR 223) and JDBC 4.0. This article assumed that Readers have got sufficiently fair bit of knowledge in the various concepts of Java […]

Introduction to Java 6.0 New Features, Part–1

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1) Introduction This article covers the various new features of Java 6, also known as Mustang. This article assumes that readers have sufficient knowledge over the concepts and terminologies in Java 5.0. For more information on Java 5.0, readers can vist the resources available in javabeat here. Though there is no significant changes at the […]

Struts 2.0 and Validations using Annotations

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This article provides an introduction to Struts 2.0 and its new Validation Features. Since Struts 2.0 is new, the first few sections of the article discusses in brief about the basics of Struts 2.0, its architecture and its various New Features. The rest of the article is dedicated towards explaining about the new Validation Features […]

Comparison of AJAX Frameworks: Prototype, GWT, DWR and Thinware

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Introduction These days we can see that the concept of Web 2.0 is becoming popular. Web 2.0 refers to the concept of new web applications that are interactive in nature and are intended to help people to collaborate and offer services for them, not just static HTML. This stuff became possible, in part, by means […]

Introduction to Java Server Faces (JSF)

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1) Introduction In Fact, JSF is nothing but an abstraction over the existing Web Framework. JSF is implemented as a Servlet which is called the Faces Servlet. Before the advent of JSF, Servlets and JSP are the predominant ones that form the core components in the development of a Web Application. Let us see the […]

Integrating Struts With Spring

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This article explains how to integrating struts with spring. Struts is more established and more stable MVC2 framework at this time so if your application is based on Struts framework you may forget about thinking to move to some other framework. But at the same time you must have heard about the buzz created by […]

Interceptors in Hibernate Framework

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1) Introduction This article deals with Hibernate Interceptors. Hibernate is an open-source project that provides ORM solution. For more information about Hibernate, novice readers are encouraged to read the article An Introduction to Hibernate on javabeat before reading this article. Situations may demand to perform some set of pre-requisite/post-requisite operations before/after the core functional logic. […]