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Abstraction in Java – The ULTIMATE Tutorial

                       Table Of Contents1. Introduction 2. Interfaces2.1. Defining Interfaces 2.2. Implementing Interfaces 2.3. ...
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JAXB – A Newcomer’s Perspective, Part 1

I know what a lot of you are already thinking, so let’s get this out of the way: “JAXB? As in XML? Come on, all the cool kids are using JSON.” The “XML vs. JSON” debate and ...
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JavaFX Tip 12: Define Icons in CSS

When you are a UI developer coming from Swing like me then there is a good chance that you are still setting images / icons directly in your code. Most likely something like this:                 import ...
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Integrate apps with Neo4j using Zapier

Recently, I was directed to Zapier to get some lightweight integration done between systems for a quick proof of concept. Initially skeptical, I found that it really could save time ...
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9 Differences between TCP and UDP Protocol – Java Network Interview Question

TCP and UDP are two transport layer protocols, which are extensively used in internet for transmitting data between one host to another. Good knowledge of how TCP and UDP works is essential ...
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Java Keystore Tutorial

                     Table Of Contents1. Introduction 2. SSL and how it works 3. Private Keys 4. Public Certificates 5. Root ...
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Enterprise Integration Patterns (EIP) Revisited in 2014

Today, I had a talk about “Enterprise Integration Patterns (EIP) Revisited in 2014″ at Java Forum Stuttgart 2014, a great conference for developers and architects with 1600 attendees. Enterprise ...
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Writing Tests for Data Access Code – Don’t Test the Framework

When we write tests to our data access code, should we test every method of its public API? It sounds natural at first. After all, if we don’t test everything, how can we know that ...
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Converting XML to CSV using XSLT 1.0

This post shows you how to convert a simple XML file to CSV using XSLT. Consider the following sample XML:                 <library> ...
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JavaFX Tip 11: Updating Read-Only Properties

Custom controls often feature “read-only” properties. This means that they can not be set from outside the control, not even from their own skin class. It is often the behaviour ...
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JavaFX Tip 10: Custom Composite Controls

Writing custom controls in JavaFX is a simple and straight forward process. A control class is needed for controlling the state of the control (hence the name). A skin class is needed ...
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