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Spring – Adding Spring MVC – part 1

Welcome to the fourth part of this tutorial. In this part, we will write controllers and views using Spring MVC and think about our REST model. First thing that we must do, is make ...
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Spring – DAO and Service layer

Welcome to the third part of Spring tutorial. In this part, we will continue in writing our Timesheet application and this time we’ll implement DAO layer, business services and write ...
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Spring – Persistence layer – writing entities and configuring Hibernate

Welcome to the second part of this tutorial. Don’t freak out when you see how long this article is – I promise you it’s mostly easy POJOs and some generated code. Before we start, ...
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Spring – Designing the domain model and the service layer

We are going to build application for timesheet management. So let’s think about some uses cases and entities first. Let me write them in the few bullets:Task is assigned to employee ...
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Camel: Build a message based application

This is a long article that contains three separate topics:Getting started with Apache Camel with Java Improving startup of routes with a CamelRunner Building message based application ...
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Configure timeout for CDI conversations

CDI conversation scope is a nice feature when developing JSF applications. Imagine you have large data tables which take a long time to be loaded. You normally don’t want to place ...
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Hibernate: save vs persist and saveOrUpdate

What is difference between save and saveOrUpdate or Difference between save and persist ...
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Twitter REST API from Scala and Java using signpost

If you’ve read some other articles on this blog you might know that I like creating visualizations of various datasets. I’ve just started a small project where I want to ...
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Spring 3.1 Caching and @CacheEvict

My last blog demonstrated the application of Spring 3.1’s @Cacheable annotation that’s used to mark methods whose return values will be stored in a cache. However, @Cacheable is ...
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Apache Wicket: Remember Me functionality

It is quite common in web applications to have “Remember Me” functionality that allows user to be automatically logged in each time when he visits our website. Such feature can ...
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