Migrating Struts Applications to Struts 2

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Struts 2 is one of the most popular web application frameworks which is developed with pull-MVC pattern as its base. Most of the web applications developed today uses struts as their building tool. Now, the latest release of struts was in the market and there is a demanding need to migrate the old applications developed […]

Jackson – Java JSON Processor

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JSON stands for Java Script Object Notation. JSON is a format for efficient transfer of data across Platform. To manipulate JSON in Java, we have many processors. One of such JSON processor in Java is Jackson. Jackson is a high performance JSON processor. Reading, Writing and modifying contents is made easy in Java using the […]

Spring support for Multipart (File Upload)

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In this article let us see how to how Spring supports multipart i.e file uploading. Spring has built-in multipart support for file uploads in web applications. This can be enabled with the interface org.springframework.web.multipart.MultipartResolver object. There are two implementations of the interface MultipartResolver provide by Spring as follows: One implementation is for use with Commons […]

Themes in Spring MVC

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In this article I shall discuss about using themes in Spring application. A theme is a collection of static resources, typically style sheets and images, that affect the visual style of the application. We can apply Spring Web MVC framework themes to set the overall look-and-feel of application, thereby enhancing user experience. This would be […]

Exception Handling in Spring with Example

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In this article I shall discuss about how to handle exceptions in Spring. In servlet web applications, exception mappings are defined in the web application descriptor web.xml. In Spring, HandlerExceptionResolver implementations can be used to deal with unexpected exceptions that occur during controller execution. These implementations provide information about which handler was executing when the exception […]

Switch in Android 4.0

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A Switch is a widget introduced in Android 4.0, which is a two state toggle button. You can drag it to one side or the other with your fingers to toggle an option between two states, or you can simply tap on it to change that state of an option(ON or OFF). A Switch is […]

How to create Dialog activity in Android?

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A dialog is a small window which prompts the user to enter additional information. We have discussed about how to create a dialog in one of our articles Dialog.  In this tutorial we would be learning how to create an activity dialog in android. As shown in the below figure, an Activity Dialog is like […]

How to create CheckBoxes in Android

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CheckBox is a fully implemented widget provided by Android. Checkboxes are used for selecting one or more options from a set. In this tutorial we would be discussing about creating the standard and customized CheckBoxes. CheckBox is a special type of button that has two states, checked and unchecked. The CheckBox in Android is as […]

Fragments in Android

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Fragments are like sub-activities which are objects that represent parts of an activity’s UI. Fragment is a modular section of an activity, which has its own lifecycle, receives its own input events. Multiple fragments can be combined to form a single activity to build multipane UI and reuse it as a single fragment in multiple […]

What is StrictMode in Android? – Part 2

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In our previous post StrictMode Part 1  we had discussed how to set up StrictMode in development environment and how to run your application with StrictMode enabled on emulator. In this tutorial we would be discussing more about dealing with StrictMode. The main topics that we are going to discuss are, Turning off StrictMode When your […]