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The Life(Cycles) of UX/UI Development


It recently occurred to me that not one of the dozens and dozens of user interfaces I’ve worked on over the years, had the same methodology/lifecycle.  Many of those were results of the environments under which they were constructed: startup, BIG company, government contract, side-project, open-source, freelance, etc. But the technology also played a part in choosing the methodology we ...

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What we forget about the Scientific Method


I get fed up hearing other Agile evangelists champion The Scientific Method, I don’t disagree with them, I use it myself but I think they are sometimes guilty of overlooking how the scientific method is actually practiced by scientists and researchers. Too often the scientific approach is made to sound simple, it isn’t. First lets define the scientific method. Perhaps ...

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How to get JSON response from JSF?


Many JavaScript widgets expect data and options in JSON format. Nowadays, it is really easy to choose a cool widget and wrap it in a composite component. But the first question is how to send an AJAX request and to recieve a response in a proper JSON format. This question is often raised by JSF users. All that you need ...

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Java Debuggers and Timeouts


How to use your debugger in the presence of timeouts in your code. My kingdom for a debugger! So you’ve been coding away merrily on a project and everything is going well until a bug appears. You reach into your developer’s toolbox and pull out a debugger. It’s great – you can set breakpoints, you can interrupt when there’s an ...

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JavaFX Tip 8: Beauty Is Skin Deep


If you are developing a UI framework for JavaFX, then please make it a habit to always split your custom controls into a control class and a skin class. Coming from Swing myself this was not obvious to me right away. Swing also uses an MVC concept and delegates the actual component rendering to a UI delegate, but people extending ...

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From framework to platform


When I started my career as a Java developer close to 10 years ago, the industry is going through a revolutionary change. Spring framework, which was released in 2003, was quickly gaining ground and became a serious challenger to the bulky J2EE platform. Having gone through the transition time, I quickly found myself in favour of Spring framework instead of ...

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Spring, REST, Ajax and CORS


Assuming you’re working on a project based on JavaScript for the client side and who makes ajax requests to a server through rest web services, you may encounter some troubles especially if both sides are on a separate domain. Indeed, for security reasons, ajax requests from one domain A to a different domain B are not authorized. Fortunately, the W3C ...

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