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A minimal JavaFX Presentation (in JavaFX)

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If you want to do a presentation about JavaFX, it’s very handy to do the presentation itself in JavaFX. This way you can easily show your examples without leaving the presentation. Here’s a very minimal example how to do that. In NetBeans set up a new JavaFX Project “New Project” -> “JavaFX” -> “JavaFX Application” and name it “FXPresenter”. Now ...

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JavaFX Coming Soon to an Android or iOS Device Near You?

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There has been big news recently in the world of JavaFX regarding many more components of JavaFX being open sourced as advertised at JavaOne 2012. In February Open Source Update, Richard Bair compiled a table of JavaFX projects that have been open sourced as of that post’s writing (Monday, 11 February 2013). As exciting as all that open sourcing is, ...

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Breaking build is not a crime

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For years I’ve been taught that breaking continuous integration build is something that should be avoided under all circumstances. Let me first quote few classics. Uncle Bob in The Clean Coder says: The team must simply keep the build working at all times. If the build fails, it should be a “stop the presses” event and the team should meet ...

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Exception Handling for REST with Spring 3.2

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1. Overview This article will focus on how to implement Exception Handling with Spring for a REST API. We’ll look at the older solutions available before Spring 3.2 and then at the new Spring 3.2 support. The main goal of this article is to show how to best map Exceptions in the application to HTTP Status Codes. Which status codes ...

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Increased compile-time safety with phantom types

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Introduction Using phantom types is a very simple technique that can be used to increase the compile-time safety of code. There are a lot of potential use cases with different levels of complexity, but even a very lightweight usage of phantom types can significantly increase the compile-time safety. A phantom type is simply a parameterized type with an unused type ...

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Internationalization vs Localization (i18n vs l10n)

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I always had a trouble how to explain this subject to other people. That’s why I’ve decided to collect the main definitions (and explanations) of internationalization and localization in one place. W3C explain this concept pretty well: Internationalization is the design and development of a product, application or document content that enables easy localization for target audiences that vary in ...

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JQuery DataTables And Java Integration

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Jquery DataTables is a open source plugin for creating tables in browser. It has many features like sorting,server side processing, JQUERY UI theme rolling. The download link for this plugin: http://www.datatables.net/download/ In this demo we have shown integration of data table with java.The Data table will load the data by making an Ajax call to load all the data. The ...

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Creating DataTable From RSS Feed And YQL

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                    Yahoo Query Language(YQL ) is a query language like SQL. Using YQL we can query, filter, and join data across Web services. YQL can also read RSS feed too. The Response can be JSON or XML. Yahoo provides a YQL console for debugging , testing and diagnostics the YQL statements. ...

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Don’t rely on unit tests alone

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When you are building a complex system, barely testing components in isolation is not enough. It’s crucial, but not enough. Imagine a car factory that manufactures and imports highest quality parts, but after assembling the vehicle never starts the engine. If your test case suite consists barely of unit tests, you can never be sure that the system as a ...

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Using twitter4j with Scala to access streaming tweets

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Introduction My previous post provided a walk-through for using the Twitter streaming API from the command line, but tweets can be more flexibly obtained and processed using an API for accessing Twitter using your programming language of choice. In this tutorial, I walk-through basic setup and some simple uses of the twitter4j library with Scala. Much of what I show ...

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