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JavaFX Custom Control – Nest Thermostat Part 1

Tow weeks ago, I decided to spend some time watching some of the JavaOne talks about JavaFX, thanks to this excellent post from Hendrik Ebbers. I have to say I’ve learned so much ...
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Spring Boot – foundation for modern Java application

Spring Boot is relatively new project from Spring.io. Its aim is to simplify creating new Spring Framework based projects and unify their configuration by applying some conventions. ...
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Learning about bitmaps

A few weeks ago Alistair and I were working on the code used to model the labels that a node has attached to it in a Neo4j database. The way this works is that chunks of 32 nodes ids ...
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Why stick to JavaScript

Since JavaScript seems to conquer the world, all technologies associated to it, like Node.js have started to rise up too. All intermediate languages, including TypeScript, CoffeeScript, ...
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Differentiating Ant Target-Based Gradle Tasks

In my blog post Evolving Gradle Build from Ant Build: Importing Ant Build File, I demonstrated using Gradle‘s built-in AntBuilder-based Ant support to import Ant targets in a ...
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Oracle ships Java 8

Oracle has decided to ship upgrade to JDK (Java Development Kit) 8 on March 18, even though the new release may come with a few bugs, as introduced by Full speed ahead: Oracle to ship ...
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Spring Integration Publisher

Consider a hypothetical requirement – You have a service class in your application and you want to capture some information around the calls to this service:                   @Service public ...
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Evolving Gradle Build from Ant Build: Importing Ant Build File

Changing the build system on a large project can be difficult and a lot of work. Fortunately for those migrating Ant builds to Gradle builds, Gradle provides particularly convenient ...
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Turning Twitter4J into RxJava’s Observable

aTwitter4J is a Java wrapper around Twitter API. While Twitter supports simple request-response interactions in this article we will explore streaming APIs. In contrary to request-response ...
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Post-hoc tracing using a debugger

Once nice little features of most debuggers that I have been exercising recently is the ability to log information on a breakpoint. This can be a really useful was to understand code ...
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