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Author Archives: Yuan Ji

Yuan is a passionate Java programmer and open source evangelist. He is eager to learn new technologies and loves clean and beautiful application design. He lives in Edmonton, Canada as an independent consultant and contractor.

Customize Spring Social Connect Framework For MongoDB

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In my previous post, I talked about the first challenge I had was to change the data model and add the connection framework. Here I want to give more details about how I did it. Spring Social project already provides a jdbc based connection repository implementation to persist user connection data into a relational database. However, I’m using MongoDB, so ...

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MongoDB: Add A Counter With Spring Data

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In my blog app, you can view any user’s profile, for example, my profile page will be http://www.jiwhiz.com/profile/user1, and ‘user1′ is my user Id in the system. In MongoDB, every document object will have a unique identifier, and often we store it as String, so I have a BaseEntity class for that:               @Document ...

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Add RememberMe Authentication With Spring Security

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I mentioned in my post Add Social Login to Jiwhiz Blog that the RememberMe function was not working with Spring Social Security. Well, it is because the application is not authenticating the user by username and password now, and is totally depending on social websites (like Google, Facebook and Twitter) to do the job. The default Spring Security configuration cannot ...

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Implement Bootstrap Pagination With Spring Data And Thymeleaf

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Twitter Bootstrap has a very nice pagination UI, and here I will show you how to implement it with Spring Data Web pagination function and Thymeleaf conditional evaluation features. Standard Pagination in Bootstrap Simple pagination inspired by Rdio, great for apps and search results. The large block is hard to miss, easily scalable, and provides large click areas. The original ...

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