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GWT 2 Spring 3 JPA 2 Hibernate 3.5 Tutorial


This step by step guide will present how to develop a simple web application using Google’s Web Toolkit (GWT) for the rich client and Spring as the back – end, server side framework. The sample web application will provide functionality to make CRUD (Create Retrieve Update Delete) operations to a database. For the data access layer we will use JPA ...

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“Did you mean” feature with Apache Lucene Spell-Checker


Google’s “Did you mean” feature After making an introduction to Lucene in a previous post, now it is time to take it up a notch and create a more sophisticated application. You are most surely familiar with Google’s “Did you mean” feature (other search engines support this too). Here is an example of that: Lucene SpellChecker Subproject This feature can ...

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RTMP To RTSP re-stream using wowza and xuggler


Note: This is part of our “Xuggler Development Tutorials” series. Hello to everyone! For the last three months we have been working on a teleconference project. We decided that a web based application, using technologies like Flex would be the best approach for such a demanding project. As the complexity of the software and the demands of telecommunication providers increased, ...

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Hello Everyone


Hi , this is my first post in the blog and i am really excited about this. My name is Pat and currently i am working with Rich Internet Applications. Together we will deal with problems that we face during our daily jobs. Hope you’ll find interesting all the posts in the blog. Best regards ./pat

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Preparing the C# .NET API for Kannel SMS/WAP gateway


As you may know, the Java API for Kannel SMS/WAP gateway was released by JavaCodeGeeks as an open-source project earlier this month. After releasing some updates with added functionality and receiving quite positive feedback from the Kannel community, I started porting the library to C# a few days ago. My main purpose is to keep the interfaces as similar as ...

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Java API for Kannel SMS/WAP gateway v 1.0.2 released


Hello all, we released version 1.0.2 of Java API for Kannel SMS/WAP gateway. The latest version introduces prioritized WAP Push functionality and bulk WAP Push messaging. You can download the new version here An example use of the API is shown below :         public static void main(String[] args) { SMSManager smsManager = SMSManager.getInstance(); // We can ...

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An Introduction to Apache Lucene for Full-Text Search


In this tutorial I would like to talk a bit about Apache Lucene. Lucene is an open-source project that provides Java-based indexing and search technology. Using its API, it is easy to implement full-text search. I will deal with the Lucene Java version, but bear in mind that there is also a .NET port available under the name Lucene.NET, as ...

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JBoss 4.2.x Spring 3 JPA Hibernate Tutorial Part #2


We continue our tutorial about Spring 3, Hibernate, JPA and JBoss 4.2.x – 4.3 integration. The last step is to create a Spring service to expose functionality to the end user. We have to create an interface class and the relevant implementation class. First the interface class :           package com.mycomp.myproject.services; import com.mycomp.myproject.dto.EmployeeDTO; public interface ExampleService ...

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Getting Started with YouTube Java API


In this tutorial I am taking a look at Google’s YouTube API which allows you to empower your application with YouTube’s features. YouTube is one of the “killer” Internet applications and its traffic comprises of a huge portion of the total internet traffic. Before we get started, make sure you have read the API Overview Guide. We will mainly deal ...

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Java beginners Guide


First steps in Java programming. For a introduction tutorial in Java please see the official help from SUN here where, except of the core language, several technologies and APIs are introduced. We propose to begin by reading the trails covering the basics and continue with the rest of the tutorials. We propose to : Keep the code straightforward and easy ...

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