Cache Abstraction In Spring (Example for @Cacheable and @CacheEvict)

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Since Spring 3 a new abstraction layer for caching services has been introduced called Cache Abstraction. The idea is to provide a set of common features, mainly annotations, to activate and manage the caches. Cache Abstraction is nothing but applying caching to Java methods, reducing thus the number of executions based on the information available in […]

How to switch from one activity to another in Android?

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This tutorial explains you about how to Navigate from one activity to another in Android. I Presume you have enough basic knowledge about how to create a sample application in android and How to add a new Activity to an already created sample app. Let us now discuss how we can make two activities talk to each other. Step 1: Create […]

How to transfer data between Activities in Android?

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In Mobile app development you will come across many situations wherein you will have to send data from one activity to another. It is one of the most challenging part in the mobile application development. This tutorial describes how you can transfer data between activities in Android application. In this sample app I will be […]

Photo Viewer using JavaScript

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HTML has a separate element for image display. This will display the image in a specific region of the page. If we want to add multiple pictures and view it one at a time, then HTML does not have any such tag. We need to build our own design for that. This is a JavaScript […]

Resources API in Spring – Part 2 (ResourceLoaderAware)

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In the previous post I discussed about the external resource loading in Spring using Resource Loader interface, and setter methods. In this post I shall discuss about another form of resource loading through ResourceLoaderAware interface. Prior to release of Spring 2.5, this technique was used to load the external resources. Post Spring 2.5, you can […]

How to create a Layout xml file in Android?

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As we have discussed in one of our previous posts Layouts in android layouts are the containers that hold the components of UI that you want to display in your application. When you compile your application,each xml layout file is compiled into a View resource. This tutorial describes how you can add a layout file to a newly […]

Resources API in Spring – Part 1

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At times we may need to read external resources (e.g., text files, XML files, properties file, or image files) into our application. These resources can be located different locations (e.g., a file system, classpath, or URL). Usually, you have to deal with different APIs for loading resources from different locations. To handle such file accessing […]

How to create a new activity in Android?

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In order to develop a mobile application which has many windows we need to create an activity for each window which extends activity class. When you create a simple helloworld application the first activity will be automatically created. You might be thinking how to add a new activity to your already developed helloworld application. In This […]

How to Debug an Android application with LogCat?

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This tutorial explains you how to debug a simple helloworld application with LogCat. In my previous post i have explained you about how to create a helloworld application. Let us now discuss how to debug that application with LogCat. Unlike Java, Android doesn’t display its runtime exceptions in its console. It displays it using its LogCat. […]

How to write AndroidManifest.xml?

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AndroidManifest.xml is the central configuration file for the android Application. Android Manifest presents essential information about the application to the Android system.There will be only one manifest file per application and it is the required file for any android application placed in its root directory. In my previous articles I have explained about setting up […]