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Pure Java JavaFX 2.0 Menus

In recent posts on JavaFX, I have focused on using JavaFX 2.0′s new Java APIs without use of the JavaFX 1.x’s JavaFXScript and without use of JavaFX 2.0′s new FXML. ...
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Useful Ant build tags

Questions: How to do following tasks in ant file?Make zip file. Run command. Copy files to remote machine. Run commands on Remote Linux machine. Open an input box and respond ...
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Checked and unchecked exceptions in Java

Java has two types of exceptions – checked and unchecked. In short – checked are meant for cases when the developer can reasonably recover from the exception, while unchecked exceptions ...
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The crystal ball illusion

I have noticed that people sometimes avoid doing thorough testing. This may sound as bogus to some, but hear me out… I do understand why this happen. Tests can create a feeling of ...
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Guava Files: Java File Management

Both Groovy and Java SE 7 provide improvements for file management in Java as I discussed in posts here, here, here, and here. However, when a particular Java application is not able ...
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NUMA architecture and Java

Time to deploy your application, looking forward to procure hardware that suits best to the load requirements. Boxes with 40 cores or 80 cores are pretty common these days. General ...
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JavaFX Game (Connect Four)

This is my first JavaFX game tutorial and my first blog post about JavaFX panel. I made this connect four game with just 200+ lines of code just enough for a simple game. I used the ...
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Testing client side of RESTful services

Develop an application that uses RESTful web API may imply developing server and client side. Writing integration tests for server side can be as easy as using ...
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Is Java Dead or Invincible?

Writer Isaac Asimov once said that ‘the only constant is change’. That isn’t just a phrase in the software industry, it is an absolute fact. Once, there was a day ...
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Spring Testing Support and Context caching

Spring provides a comprehensive support for unit and integration testing – through annotations to load up a Spring application context, integrate with unit testing frameworks ...
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