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Cordova: Communicating Between JavaScript and Java

Cordova is an open-source cross-platform development framework that allows you to use HTML and JavaScript to develop apps across multiple platforms.

Java Under the Hood [Videos]

Java is a high-level programming language, which means that we don't need to know the internals of the language and how it works under the hood to be a Java developer.However, if you want to lead back-end.

Modern file input/output with Java: Let’s get practical

In the first article in this series, “Modern file input/output with Java Path API and Files helper methods,” you met Java’s Path API as well as an older API.

JEP 421: Deprecate Finalization for Removal

Deprecate finalization for removal in a future release. Finalization remains enabled by default for now, but can be disabled to facilitate early testing.

How to use Java's javap tool by example

The JDK comes with a number of helpful utilities packed within the toolkit’s bin directory. For those who wish to decompile bytecode,Also known as the Java class file disassembler.

Hashcode and Equals Debugging - Performance

A few weeks ago I ran into this story on Reddit that discusses the problem with using the URL class as a key in a Map.

Creating Game Engine

I have created the Tyracorn engine in Java pretty much from scratch, only using a small number of basic libraries. If you are considering doing the same then continue reading.

Records, Sealed Classes and Pattern Matching

The release of the JDK 17 brings to interesting features in the Java language: sealed types and pattern matching for switch.

GC progress from JDK 8 to JDK 17

JDK 17 has been out for a few months and it’s not just packed with new language features. The performance boost compared to older JDK versions is also really significant.

How To Run the Spring Boot Application Using the Maven Command? | RESTful Web Services

In the video below, we take a closer look at How to run the Spring Boot application using the Maven Command?

Calling Stored Procedures With IN and OUT Parameters From Spring Data JPA

Writing this blog is a result of how it took a while for me to figure out how to configure the OUT parameter in calling the stored procedures using Spring JPA.

Effortless Cloud-Native App Development Using Skaffold - Book Review

I’m a developer who cares deeply about production. But I’m not a DevOps and unfortunately, I’m pretty bad at that. That’s why when I heard about Skaffold.

Native-image With Spring Boot

Likewise, to manage the risk of lock-in with the walled garden of a single Cloud vendor, one can eschew their specific services and choose Kubernetes. In both cases, and especially in the former.

Fight ambiguity and improve your code with Java 17’s sealed classes

Assumptions and ambiguities. As developers, we all hate them. Sealed classes—defined and implemented by JEP 409, as a standard language feature in Java 17.

JEP 420: Pattern Matching for switch (Second Preview)

Enhance the Java programming language with pattern matching for switch expressions and statements, along with extensions to the language of patterns.

Fast Spring Boot AWS Lambdas with GraalVM

In this article, I'll discuss how you can take a real-world REST application example adapted to spring-cloud-function and speed up the cold start time using GraalVM.

Spring Boot: Building RESTful Web Services With Jersey (XML) + JPA | Spring Boot Jersey Example [video]

In this Spring Boot video tutorial, learn more about building RESTful web services with Jersey (XML) and JPA.

RESTful API Example With Spring Data REST and JPA Hibernate Many To Many Extra Columns

In this Spring Boot video tutorial, learn more about RESTful API with Spring Data REST

Java and Immutability: Making Predictable Applications

In this article, find answers about immutability and its best practices. Practical examples demonstrate the advantages of immutability and related tricks.

How to use Docker for Java development

Take advantage of Docker to ease Java development. Learn how to update a running Java codebase (without restarting the container) and to debug into a remotely running containerized Java app.

How to Produce a Spring REST API Following the OpenAPI Specification

The OpenAPI specification defines how to write HTTP APIs that can be consumed by any programming language and provide insight into the APIs’ functionality

From Spring Boot Microservices to Lambda Functions

You may be one of many organisations (or an engineer in one) that operates Java microservices in the cloud with a desire to move towards a serverless architecture, but are unable to justify the steep migration path

Vector math made easy: John Rose and Paul Sandoz on Java’s Vector API

The Vector API provides a portable API for expressing vector mathematics computations. The first iteration of the API was proposed by JEP 338 and integrated into Java 16. The second incubator, JEP 414

Improving Java Performance on OCI Ampere A1 Compute instances

Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) has recently launched the Ampere A1 Compute family of Arm Neoverse N1-based VMs and bare-metal instances. These A1 instances use Ampere Altra CPUs

A List of Java Cache Providers

JCS is a distributed caching system written in Java. It is intended to speed up applications by providing a means to manage cached data of various dynamic natures. Like any caching system, JCS is most useful for high read, low put applications.

Ultra-fast Java In-Memory Database Apps & Microservices with MicroStream

MicroStream is a fundamentally new persistence framework for storing complex Java object graphs natively, which means the object graph is stored on disk as it is in RAM.

We Should Write Java Code Differently

For the last few years, I’m writing articles that describe a new, more functional way to write Java code. But the question of why we should use this new coding style remains largely unanswered. This article is an attempt to fill this gap.

Test Data Management

When it comes to managing your software development lifecycle (SDLC), one of the most challenging aspects is effectively managing and deploying data. Building “data-ready” test environments can effectively support your engineering practices

Primitive data types in Java are a matter of precision

In Java, you can assign a char to an int, but you can’t assign a double to a float. And Java doesn’t stop you from performing a mathematical assignment or other operation that might lose precision.

JEP 418: Internet-Address Resolution SPI

The java.net.InetAddress API resolves host names to Internet Protocol (IP) addresses, and vice versa. The API currently uses the operating system's native resolver, which is typically configured to use a combination of a local hosts file and the Domain Name System (DNS).

Deploy a Java application using Helm, Part 1

To deploy enterprise Java applications with Red Hat JBoss Enterprise Application Platform (EAP) servers to Red Hat OpenShift, developers have usually needed to learn how to use OpenShift templates

JEP 416: Reimplement Core Reflection with Method Handles

Reimplement java.lang.reflect.Method, Constructor, and Field on top of java.lang.invoke method handles. Making method handles the underlying mechanism for reflection will reduce the maintenance and development cost of both the java.lang.reflect and java.lang.invoke APIs.

Sip of Java - Record Serialization

Records, introduced in Java 16 (JEP 395), address several key issues related to serialization. A source of frequent headaches in the Java ecosystem. Consequently this makes the serialization and deserialization process for Records much simpler and entirely defined by the public definition of the Record class.

A Java MicroProfile Application for Content Negotiation

An HTTP server can use content negotiation to respond to different clients. Modern clients typically expect a JSON response. At times, a different format is required, such as XML for older clients or binary for newer ones. The process used to manage that challenge.

Spring Boot File Upload Example With MultipartFile | Spring Boot Tutorial

In the video below, we take a closer look at the Spring Boot file upload example with MultipartFile | Spring Boot Tutorial. Let's get started! In this video article, take a closer look at the Spring Boot file upload example with MultipartFile.

Externalize Application Configuration With Spring Cloud Config

One of the principles from the 12 Factor App, states that we have to separate our application configuration from the code. The configuration varies based on the environment and it's better to organize them based on the environment your application is running.

Springboot Video Tutorial: Implement User Sign-Up

In the video in this article, we take a closer look at Spring boot and how to implement user sign-up with RESTful Web Services. Let's get started!Spring boot - How to Implement User Sign-up? | Spring Boot | Spring Security | RESTful Web Services.

The Performance Impact of java.lang.System.getProperty()

java.lang.System.getProperty()’ is a common API used by Java developers to read the System properties that are configured during application startup time. i.e. when you pass “-DappName=buggyApp” as your application’s startup JVM argument, the value of the ‘appName’ system.

Learn Java 17 with IntelliJ IDEA

A new Java release every six months can be exciting, overwhelming, or both. Given that Java 17 is also an LTS release, it’s not just the developers but enterprises also noticing it. If you have been waiting to move on from Java 8 or 11, now is the time to weigh its advantages. In this blog post, I will limit the coverage of Java.

The 8 Best Java Blogs for Programmers

As a programmer, you should take challenges to survive and build some wonders in the development or programming field. Hence, if you are seeking to learn an advanced programming language to enhance your career skills, Java is one of the best prospects around. To develop skills, you should constantly improve.

Spring Boot Log4J2 Setup

Log4J2 is an upgrade to the popular Log4J logging framework. It is one of the newer frameworks and its goal is to provide improvements on Logback as well as Log4J. Also, it aims to avoid some of the issues in its older version. In this post, we will look at Spring Boot Log4J2 setup.

How to Mock a Web Server in Your Java Applications

Many times, starting a container for that is not an option. For instance: you might not have a container environment available, or you just don’t have the artifacts to create that container (it might be a 3rd part API), or it is hard to emulate the needed behavior with containers.

Test Automation: Maven Profiles and Parallelization in Azure Pipelines Using IaaS

When it comes to Test Automation, configuring parallel threads can become challenging especially when logins are involved. It's more of a challenge for the UI/ Selenium test to run batches in a separate thread on Azure.

Spring Boot – How To Change Default Context Path Using Java Command

In the video below, we take a closer look at Spring Boot on how to change the default context path using the Java command. In the era of high-profile data breaches, rampant ransomware, and a constantly shifting government regulatory environment.

Java Management Service: What Is It? Why Do You Need It?

Learn about Java Management Service (JMS), a new addition to the Oracle Java SE Subscription offering. JMS is a cloud service that helps you understand your Java usage on premises, on Oracle Cloud, and in other public clouds.

17 Skills Of Highly Effective Software Testers

Software testing is an essential process for developing the perfect app. But, as a software tester, it is essential to have certain skills which in turn will help with testing the applications better. Many people and organizations still have a tough time finding the right software tester.

Emulator vs Simulator For Mobile Testing: Differences & Setup

Today, everyone has access to the Internet. Mobile phones and high-speed internet connectivity has brought people the convenience to surf the internet at any time. In fact, if we talk about the present then desktops traffic is lower than mobile device traffic.

How To Use Breakpoints For Debugging In Selenium WebDriver

Automation testing is not always a smooth ride. There are cases where the tests would not work as expected, in which cases debugging the test code (or implementation) is the only way out! Debugging issues in tests become even more difficult if the test suite.

Top 29 Microservices Interview Questions For 2020

Ever since its inception in 2011, microservices is making huge waves, especially among organizations developing forward-thinking applications. A survey by Nginx shows that 36% of enterprises are currently using Microservices, while another 26% is doing research.

Updated Grails Interview Questions

Building an application using the grails framework is quite easy. But, when building it the right way we need to follow the best practices. Some of the practices followed while building a grails application are listed below: Controller: the controller logic should be as simple as possible. Duplication of code should be avoided.

Creating your first Grails Application

Grails Training - Developed and delivered by the folks who created and actively maintain the Grails framework!. In this guide you are going to create your first Grails application. You will learn about domain classes, controllers, services, GSPs, and unit & integration tests. This guide is aimed at developers who are new to Grails.

Shorten the SDLC With DevTestOps in Agile | Why Teams Do It

Similar to other topologies like DevSecOps, which emphasizes more on the “Sec,” or security matters, DevTestOps stresses the aspect of continuous testing and CI/CD in DevOps. At the same time, to uphold the culture of saying “no” to working in silos.

Java 8 – How to remove duplicates from LinkedList

Stream’s distinct() method returns a stream consisting of the distinct elements according to Object.equals(Object) of this stream For ordered streams, the selection of distinct elements is stable For duplicated elements, the element appearing first in the encounter order.

As a Programmer, When Do You Level up from Junior to Senior Programmer?

I wonder when I get promoted — many novice programmers today wonder when they get their first job. As a rule, there is no clear answer to this question. In different companies, the developer’s career path and the skills required from junior

Running Java in a Container

For more than five years, DC/OS has enabled some of the largest, most sophisticated enterprises in the world to achieve unparalleled levels of efficiency, reliability, and scalability from their IT infrastructure. But now it is time to pass the torch to a new generation of technology: the D2iQ Kubernetes Platform (DKP).

Keynote - Moving Java Forward

Sharat Chander - Director, Java Product Management Georges Saab - Vice-President Java Platform Group & Oracle Chair OpenJDK Governing Board Aurelio García-Ribeyro - Senior Director of Product Management Manish Gupta - Vice-President Global Marketing, Java & GraalVM Chad Arimura - Vice-President Java Developer Relations.

Java 8 – Stream mapToInt() method

This Stream method is an intermediate operation which returns an IntStream consisting of the results of applying the given function to the elements of this stream Stream’s mapToInt() method is stateless which means it is non-interfering with other elements in the stream Where IntStream is a sequence of primitive int-valued.

CSS Grid vs. Bootstrap: All You Need To Know

A critical component for every business website is a high-quality user interface. A well-designed interface gives the users an intuitive and efficient experience, which positively affects their perception of the brand. There are multiple tools or layout grids that help define website.

What are React and Redux Hooks? Example Tutorial

Hello guys, if you want to learn about Hooks in React.js like useState, useSelector, useEffect, and useDispatch then you have come to the right place. In the past, I have shared the best React courses, websites, and books and in this article.

Newest 'java' Questions- Stack OverFlow

Stack Overflow for Teams, our core SaaS collaboration product, is helping thousands of companies around the world make the transition to remote work, address business continuity challenges, and undergo digital transformation.

Tomcat and TomEE Clustering Automation

Apache Tomcat is an open-source application server maintained by the Apache community. It is one of the most popular solutions for hosting Java applications due to its ease of use and lightweight yet versatile functionality.

Java in Containers - Part Deux

Software is changing the world. QCon empowers software development by facilitating the spread of knowledge and innovation in the developer community. A practitioner-driven conference, QCon is designed for technical team leads, architects, engineering directors, and project managers who influence innovation in their teams.

How to Implement Two-Factor Authentication in a Spring Boot OAuth Server? Part 1: Configuration

We build a distributed CRM system. The system has a dedicated Spring Boot-based authentication /authorization service and a number of secure and insecure micro-services.

Stack Overflow - Java Tutorials

A stack is the part of the memory. The local automatic variable is created on this stack and method arguments are passed. When a process starts, it get a default stack size which is fixed for each process. In today's operating system, generally, the default stack size is 1 Mb, which is enough for most of the process.

RESTful Web Services With Spring Boot: Reading HTTP POST Request Body

In this video tutorial, explore RESTful Web Services with Spring Boot and take a closer look at reading HTTP POST Request Body using @RequestBody annotation.Join the DZone community and get the full member experience. Reading HTTP POST Request Body using @RequestBody.

Javarevisited: Blog about Java, Programming, Spring, Hibernate, Interview Questions

Hello Java developer, if you are looking for an example of how to create RESTful web services using Restlet Framework in Java and Eclipse then you have come to the right place.

Javarevisited: Blog about Java, Programming, Spring, Hibernate, Interview Questions

You can format JSON String in Java using Jackson API's pretty print feature. As you might have noticed in my previous JSON tutorials that the output of the programs is not properly formatted, which makes them hard to read.

Javarevisited: Blog about Java, Programming, Spring, Hibernate, Interview Questions

You can convert a java.util.Date to java.sql.Timestamp value by using the getTime() method of Date class. This method returns the long millisecond value from Epoch (1st January 1970 midnight)

Javarevisited: Blog about Java, Programming, Spring, Hibernate, Interview Questions

Since Set interface or HashSet class doesn't provide a get() method to retrieve elements, the only way to take out elements from a Set is to iterate over it by using the Iterator, or loop over Set using advanced for loop of Java.

Javarevisited: Blog about Java, Programming, Spring, Hibernate, Interview Questions

In earlier programming tutorials, I have taught you how to print a pyramid pattern of stars and numbers in Java, and in this tutorial, you will learn the printing pyramid patterns of alphabets.

Javarevisited: Blog about Java, Programming, Spring, Hibernate, Interview Questions

The instanceof operator in Java is used to check if an object belongs to a particular type or not at runtime. It's also a built-in keyword in Java programming language and is mostly used to avoid ClassCastException in Java.

Learning Quarkus faster with Quick Starts on Developer Sandbox

Experience Quarkus on the Developer Sandbox for Red Hat OpenShift, and even if you don’t have access to a Red Hat OpenShift environment, that’s OK. We made it easy to provision an OpenShift cluster and experience the greatness of Quarkus.

TestNG vs. JUnit Testing Framework: Which One Is Better?

Software Development goes through many phases like requirement gathering & analysis, communication, design, code building, testing, and release. A business has to ensure that the product they deliver is up to the mark.

Logging in Unit Tests, a Bad Practice

Logging is an inevitable part of debugging. Well, at least in modern high-level programming languages and architectures. It wasn’t thirty years ago, in Assembly, but it is now. Sometimes we trace variables, but rarely.More often we just print them to console. Moreover, we don’t just print them using println.

Unit testing your MapStruct mapper for omitted parameters

MapStruct is sometimes a bit blunt regarding duplicate parameter names. Sometimes you don’t even notice a parameter name is duplicate (with nested objects for example). This can result in an incorrect mapping and can take a lot of debugging time.

5 Tips & Tricks for Fast Batched Updates of Graph Structures with Neo4j and Cypher

When you’re writing a lot of data from your application or library to the graph, you want to be efficient. The following tips have been widely used in libraries for object-graph mapping, like Spring Data Neo4j or the PHP-OGM.

Using Tomcat’s `tomcat-users.xml` with Jakarta Security in TomEE

While working on Jakarta EE 10 certification (See announcement Apache Tomee Jakarta EE certified after 10 years, Apache TomEE implemented Jakarta Security specification. Currently, there is only one implementation used in Glassfish and used by all the other vendors

Alpha in Kubernetes v1.22: API Server Tracing

In distributed systems, it can be hard to figure out where problems are. You grep through one component's logs just to discover that the source of your problem is in another component. You search there only to discover that you need to enable debug logs

Minimum Ready Seconds for StatefulSets

Prior to Kubernetes 1.22 release, once a StatefulSet Pod is in the Ready state it is considered Available to receive traffic. For some of the StatefulSet workloads, it may not be the case. For example, a workload like Prometheus with multiple instances of Alertmanager,

AWS security case study: Vulnerable roles

In this case study, we’ll look into a security problem that can totally wreak havoc to resources in an AWS account and uses an obscure functionality that most newcomers to the AWS ecosystem do not know about. There is a production Lambda function with a production S3 bucket

Brief Intro to the Template Interpreter in OpenJDK

OpenJDK includes two interpreters, CPP interpreter and Template interpreter. The template interpreter is the default one, and its implementation contains various optimization to make it fast, which also makes its source code harder to follow to some extent.

A primer on the OpenAI API - Part 1

I recently received an invite to try out the OpenAI API beta. As always, I jumped straight in and started playing around. By tweaking the examples I was able to produce some interesting and/or entertaining results. However, after a little while I realised I didn’t really understand what was happening or what the various parameters.

Kubernetes 1.22: A New Design for Volume Populators

Kubernetes v1.22, released earlier this month, introduced a redesigned approach for volume populators. Originally implemented in v1.18, the API suffered from backwards compatibility issues. Kubernetes v1.22 includes a new API field called dataSourceRef that fixes these problems

Programming for beginners

IncludeClassNamePatterns specifies regular expressions that are used to match against fully qualified class names when running a test suite on the JUnit Platform. You can use @IncludeClassNamePatternsand @ExcludeClassNamePatterns to explicitly include and exclude the classes.

Java 8 – Filter null and empty values from a Stream

In this article, we will discuss how to remove/eliminate null & empty values from a Stream using filter() method A list contains numbers and null values We are trying to remove all null values from Stream using 3 different approaches

Java deserialisation vulnerabilities explained and how to defend against them

The Java programming language offers a seamless and elegant way to store and retrieve data. However, without proper input validation and safeguards in place, your application can be vulnerable to unsafe deserialisation vulnerabilities.

Pros and Cons: When You Should and Should Not Use MongoDB

Quite often we see that the main operational storage is used in conjunction with some additional services, for example, for caching or full-text search.Another architecture approach using multiple databases is microservices

Type Narrowing in TypeScript

In the spirit of my last few articles, where we have looked into Template Literal Types and Types and Mocking, we are going to dissect another topic in typescript involving types. In this article, we are going to learn various ways you can narrow types.

Obtaining TLS Client Certificates In Spring Integration

Spring Integration is a very powerful and extensible framework for, well, integrations. But sometimes it’s not trivial how to get some information that yo need.In my case – a certificate used for mutual authentication

9 JSP Implicit Objects and When to Use Them

If you are new to JSP then your first question would be what are implicit objects in JSP? Well, implicit objects in JSP are Java object which is created by Servlet containers like the tomcat or Jetty during translation phase of JSP

Infrastructure as Java Code, AWS Cloud Development Kit, Java Server Faces vs. Web Components, Quarkus, Tests--or 89th airhacks.tv

Infrastructure as Java Code, AWS Cloud Development Kit, Java Server Faces vs. Web Components

Hosting Web Components on Amazon S3

Static assets like e.g. html, css or JavaScript files can be directly deployed to Amazon S3 with the AWS Cloud Development Kit (CDK) in Java. In a production system, you could use AWS CloudFront for global caching.

Switch Expressions - JEP Café #3

#Java #OpenJDK #JDK This #JEPCafe discusses JEP 361, released in the JDK 14, i.e. Switch Expressions. Switch Expressions is one additional (great!) feature emerging from Project Amber, with more to come!

The Risks of Poor Enterprise Cloud Management and How to Avoid Them

Although the cloud as we know it has been around since the mid-2000s, it’s still a trendy technology, with its adoption among businesses increasing every year. Gartner forecasts that in 2021 investments in public cloud

Top 5 Minecraft Bedrock exclusive features players want in Java Edition

While the basic gameplay on Minecraft Bedrock and Java Edition is the same, players learn many differences after playing both versions. As both editions are coded using separate programming languages

Spring MVC: Creating RESTful web service using annotation

In the previous articles, we have discussed about Spring MVC web application using both XML-based & @Controller annotation-based approach in detail. Now let’s explore by extending Spring MVC

Java 8 – Stream count method with examples

this is very straight forward example and it can be counted using Collection API as well We can use count() method after filtering and removing duplicates which is illustrated in the further examples

Constructor Chaining in Java Example - Calling one constructor from another using this and super

In Java, you can call one constructor from another and it’s known as constructor chaining in Java.

Forget 'Learn to Code.' Learn to 'No-Code' Instead

"Learn to code" has been a refrain for entrepreneurs for more than a decade. Want to start a business in the high-growth universe of venture capital windfalls

Top Java Web Application Technologies to Learn in 2021

Java needs no introduction. Almost every person worldwide acknowledges Java’s potential in web application development.

Is it worth learning Golang ?

I was looking for a new language to learn and Go seemed a very good candidate. It is getting popular due to its simplicity and power. It is created by some of the best minds of our industry

How to solve the classic Traveling Salesman Problem in Java

A salesman must visit all the cities on a map exactly once, returning to the start city at the end of the journey. There is a direct connection from every city to every other city, and the salesman may visit the cities in any order. What is the shortest path for the salesman?

The Ultimate Guide of Microservices Technologies for Java Developers in 2021

Not long ago, Java developers had to be very good at Java (of course), Java EE or Spring technologies, some front-end technologies such as JSF, Angular, React, SQL and databases. Some architecture and modeling knowledge was also great to have.

Leadership Tip: Focus on Effectiveness, Not Efficiency

Many of us focus on how efficient we can be. Many of our organizations want to maximize our output for every minute and hour of work. However, if we focus on effectiveness first, we create better outcomes for everyone.

Monitoring Oracle WebLogic Server for Oracle Container Engine for Kubernetes with Grafana and Prometheus

Everyone should monitor their production system to understand how the system is behaving. Monitors help you understand the workloads and ensure you get notifications when something fails—or is about to fail.

Build simple REST Services using Spring

Because they’re simple to create and consume, REST has quickly become the de-facto standard for establishing web services on the internet. There’s a lot more to say about how REST fits into the world of microservices

JUnit 5 parameterized feature

JUnit5 is the next-generation test framework, a very common tool for developers to write unit test classes. This article will teach you how to use a new feature named Parameterized.

“I don’t have to worry about Garbage Collection” – Is it true?

Garbage Collection is automatic on all modern platforms – Java, .NET, Golang, Python. So, do you have to worry about it? This article showcases and justifies the importance of Garbage Collection analysis

Open Closed Design Principle in Java - Benefits and Example

I am a big fan of design pattern articles and love to read articles on design patterns and recently wrote about decorator design pattern in Java, Observer pattern, static factory pattern and Singleton pattern.

Kotlin “Result” type for functional exception handling

In a previous post I had gone over how a “Try” type can be created in Kotlin from scratch to handle exceptions in a functional way. There is no need however to create such a type in Kotlin

Guidance for Building a Control Plane for Envoy Part 2 – Identify Components

In the previous entry to this series we explored dynamically configuring Envoy which is an important part of running Envoy in a cloud-native environment. In this entry

How to Install and Set Up Flutter on Ubuntu 16.04+

Flutter is a Dart-based toolkit that helps you build the front end of your apps. It really shines in cross-platform mobile app development and aims to be a viable option for web and desktop as well.

How to Set Path for Java Unix Linux and Windows

PATH is one of the fundamental Environment variables on shell or DOS but it’s commonly associated with Java mainly because if we try to run a java program that doesn't include Java executable.

Exploring questions and answers from a job interview for a Java developer position. Part 2

Hello again, everyone! We continue to search for answers to questions for junior, mid-level and senior Java developers. The questions are super interesting.

Top Technologies to Learn in Software Development in 2021

To know what are the top technologies to learn as software developers is a crucial habit to develop. Otherwise, the technologies take the market by storm and the learning curve will take time.

How to get the nth character of a string in C

To access the nth character of a string in C, we can use the square brackets [] notation by passing the character index.

Prerequisites For Trunk Based Development

Trunk based development is an Extreme Programming source control technique in which developers collaborate to grow and maintain directly

OOP Concepts in Java

OOP concepts are needed to solve a large problem by breaking it into smaller problems. Through solving small problems, it is possible to build a productive, complex program.

Springboot App monitoring with Grafana & Prometheus

Along with the advantages of microservices, we also encounter a lot of challenges. One of these challenges is to have a reliable monitoring system for our apps

Database Week at the AWS Loft

For relational, they have Amazon Aurora. It’s compatible with MySQL and PostgreSQL. It has 5x throughput compared to MySQL (on RDS) and 3x compared to PostgreSQL (on RDS). It can scale out to 15 read replicas

Kubernetes Security – How to Use Dynamic Admission Control to Secure Your Container Supply Chain

Containers have exploded in popularity in recent years. And as more developers are using these containers

What the Heck Is the SpringExtension Used For?

I've seen a lot of confusion recently about the SpringExtension. When failing to get the context configuration for a test right

SQL Seek Method or Keyset Pagination

In this article, we are going to see what the SQL Seek Method or Keyset Pagination is and why you should consider it when navigating over large results sets. The goal of pagination

What is Advance Java?

The dictionary meaning of advance is a forward movement or a development or improvement and the meaning of improve means thing that makes something better. All in all

Calling a SOAP Web Service from the Command Line

In this tutorial, we're going to show how we can use different command-line interface (CLI) processes to consume a SOAP web service.

5 Best Practices for Clean & Maintainable Code

Clean code can be summarized as a code that any developer can read and change easily. Clean coding principles help us achieve a lot of desirable goals related to the software we intend to produce.

RESTful services with HATEOAS. Hypermedia: The Secret Ingredient of REST

In the previous part of the tutorial, we took some time to refresh our knowledge regarding the foundational principles of the REST architectural style. The critical look at the state of the REST as interpreted.

Intro to Spring Cloud Config Server

In this tutorial, we will review the basics of Spring Cloud Config Server. We will setup a Config Server and then build a client application that consumes the configuration on startup and then refreshes the configuration without restarting.

What is Cloud Testing: Everything you need to know

Several years back, virtualization became a buzzword in the industry which flourished, evolved and became famously known as Cloud computing. It involved sharing computing resources on different platforms.

How to Create JUnit Tests in Eclipse and NetBeans IDE? Java Example

Writing JUnit tests for Java classes in Eclipse and Netbeans IDE is super easy, and I will show you that later in this JUnit tutorial. Before that, let’s revise what is a unit test and why should you write them.

What is bounded and unbounded wildcards in Generics Java? Example

Bounded and unbounded wildcards in Generics are two types of wildcards available on Java. Any Type can be bounded either upper or lower of the class hierarchy in Generics by using bounded wildcards.

What is java.library.path? How to set in Eclipse IDE? Example

java.library.path is a System property, which is used by Java programming language, mostly JVM, to search native libraries, required by a project. Similar to PATH and Classpath environment variable, java.library.path.

How Spring MVC Framework works? How HTTP Request is processed?

One of the frequently asked Spring MVC Interview questions is about explaining the flow of web requests i.e. how an HTTP request is processed from start to end. In other words, explaining the flow of requests.

What is the maximum Heap Size of 32 bit or 64-bit JVM in Windows and Linux?

Maximum heap size for 32 bit or 64 bit JVM looks easy to determine by looking at addressable memory space like 2^32 (4GB) for 32 bit JVM and 2^64 for 64 bit JVM. The confusion starts here because you can not really set.

Java framework Quarkus 2.1: Experimental Dev Services for Keycloak

Quarkus has set itself the goal of simplifying the development process and introduced Dev Services with version 1.13, which provide preconfigured development containers in development mode.

How to Iterate through ConcurrentHashMap and print all keys and values in Java? Example

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