Using the new Process Builder class


We all know how to execute programs from within a Java Application by making use of the Runtime Api. For example, assume that we want to launch the Internet Explorer browser within the Java code. Then the following code snippet will just do that, also read: Java Tutorials Java EE Tutorials Design Patterns Tutorials Java […]

HashCode and equals methods


HashTable, HashMap and HashSet are the Collection classes in java.util package that make use of hashing algorithm to store objects. In all these Collection classes except HashSet, objects are stored as key-value pairs. For the storage and the retrieval of any user-defined objects it is a good practice to override the following methods which is […]

Expression Language in JSP 2.0


1)Introduction Expression Language was first introduced in JSTL 1.0 (JSP Standard Tag Library ). Before the introduction of JSTL, scriptlets were used to manipulate application data.JSTL introduced the concept of an expression language (EL) which simplified the page development by providing standerd tag libraries. These tag libraries provide support for common, structural tasks, such as: […]

What is UDDI?


Introduction Welcome to the future of Internet-based application development and deployment. This article will give us an idea about Universal, Description, Discovery and Integration (UDDI). What is it ? Why it is an important in the future of Web services standards ? This article explains that UDDI is focused on sharing business information, making it […]

Generics in Java 5.0


1) Introduction The feature of Generics in Java allows Applications to create classes and objects that can operate on any defined types. Programmers can now make use of the Generics feature for a much better code. There is no need for un-necessary casting when dealing with Objects in a Collection. This article provides a detailed […]

New Features in Java 5.0


1) Introduction Java 5.0 comes with a bunch of useful features. In this article, we are going to have an overview of the features like Enhanced for-loop, Variable Arguments, Static Imports and Enumerations. Apart from these features, we have already published other notable features in Java 5.0, auto boxing, generics and annotations. If you are […]

AutoBoxing in Java 5.0


1)Introduction In the latest version of J2SE 5.0 released by Sun, Autoboxing is one of the new feature. Before J2SE 5.0, working with primitive types required the repetitive work of converting the primitive types into wrapper classes and vice – versa. Sometimes the purpose of conversion is just for some API call, after which the […]

Annotations in Java 5.0


1) Introduction Annotations in Java is all about adding meta-data facility to the Java Elements. Like Classes, Interfaces or Enums, Annotations define a type in Java and they can be applied to several Java Elements. Tools which will read and interpret the Annotations will implement a lot of functionalities from the meta-information obtained. For example, […]

Introduction to Google Guice


1) Introduction Google Guice is a Dependency Injection Framework that can be used by Applications where Relation-ship/Dependency between Business Objects have to be maintained manually in the Application code. Since Guice support Java 5.0, it takes the benefit of Generics and Annotations thereby making the code type-safe. This article provides an overview about the Guice […]

Spring MVC Tutorial


Today, the Principle of Inversion of Control has gained much popularity and Spring is a Light-Weight Framework that adopts this principle extensively for Building Java or J2ee Applications. In most of the times an Application never wants to gain access to all the services provided by the heavy-weight J2ee Container, but still will use it. […]