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JUnit’s Built-in Hamcrest Core Matcher Support

In the post Improving On assertEquals with JUnit and Hamcrest, I briefly discussed Hamcrest “core” matchers being “baked in” with modern versions of JUnit. In ...
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Calling private Java methods publicly?

We Java developers, known 4 access modifiers in Java: private, protected, public, and package. Well, except for the private, the last three, can be called from outside of the class ...
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Using Servlet 3.0 Async Features in Grails 2.0

I was talking to someone last week about the new support for Servlet 3.0 async features in Grails 2 and realized I didn’t know that much about what was available. So I thought I’d ...
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Using Servlet 3.0 Async Features in Grails 2.0

I was talking to someone last week about the new support for Servlet 3.0 async features in Grails 2 and realized I didn’t know that much about what was available. So I thought I’d ...
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The Twitter API Management Model

The objective of this blog post is to explore in detail the patterns and practices Twitter has used in it’s API management. Twitter comes with a comprehensive set of REST APIs ...
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JAXB Custom Binding – Java.util.Date / Spring 3 Serialization

JaxB can handle Java.util.Date serialization, but it expects the following format: “yyyy-MM-ddTHH:mm:ss“. What if you need to format the date object in another format? I had the ...
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Solr: Creating a spellchecker

In a previous post I talked about how the Solr Spellchecker works and then I showed you some test results of its performance. Now we are going to see another aproach to spellchecking. ...
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Registering entity types with OpenJPA programmatically

I’ve just started work on an OpenJPA objectstore for Isis. In the normal scheme of things, one would register the entity types within the persistence.xml file. However, Isis is a ...
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NetBeans 7.2 Introduces TestNG

One of the advantages of code generation is the ability to see how a specific language feature or framework is used. As I discussed in the post NetBeans 7.2 beta: Faster and More Helpful, ...
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Make your Spring Security @Secured annotations more DRY

Recently a user on the Grails User mailing list wanted to know how to reduce repetition when defining @Secured annotations. The rules for specifying attributes in Java annotations are ...
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