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How to create JQuery DataTable using JSON and servlet

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In this article I’ll introduce the basic coding that require to create JQuery DataTable using JSON passed by simple servlet. DataTable is very powerful JQuery based grid with advance features which can be build in short span of time with customize features.             Installation Download Latest JQuery DataTable download Above download will provide two JQuery ...

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The Pros and Cons of Play and Grails Java Framework

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Frameworks simplify the process of application development by providing some helpful features to programmers. Java frameworks are often used by developers and thanks to their popularity; you can find a range of Java development frameworks in the market. Newbie developers often post a common question in forums, “which Java framework is the best?” First of all, there is no one ...

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Java Stored Procedures in Java DB

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1 Java Stored Procedure This post is about Java stored procedures in Java DB. Java DB is a relational database management system that is based on the Java programming language and SQL. This is the Oracle release of the Apache Software Foundation’s open source Derby project. Java DB is included in the Java SE 7 SDK. Java code invoked within ...

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Android app development:weather app with forecast

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This tutorial will describe how to develop an android application. In this tutorial we will explore what we need to create an android application and what are the bricks we can use to create our app. As example we will create a weather app. We talked about it some months ago, we will develop the weather app with weather current ...

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Restlet Framework – Hello World Example

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Restlet is a lightweight, comprehensive, open source REST framework for the Java platform. Restlet is suitable for both server and client Web applications. It supports major Internet transport, data format, and service description standards like HTTP and HTTPS, SMTP, XML, JSON, Atom, and WADL. A GWT port of the client-side library is also available. (Reference: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Restlet) Hello World Example     ...

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Android Detect Face

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In this post I want to describe how to detect faces in an image using Android. I will use the camera to get the picture and then the app will draws some rectangle around the faces detected in the image. To do it we simply use the Android API like: FaceDetector used to detect face in the bitmap Face  object ...

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Android Compass Code Example

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Today I’m going to share a working code to make a very simple compass application for your android device.   Some android device (like Huawei Y300 and Lenovo P700i) does not have full support of motions sensors so this code will not work for them. Video Demo Our code for today will run just like this:         ...

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What’s new in Java 8 (Part I – JavaFX)

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Disclaimer: I do not work for Oracle or represent Oracle in any way. This list of features is not official. This is just part of my research as an “outsider”. Java 8 has become feature complete about two months ago and the developer preview is just around the corner (in a couple week’s time). This blog post will detail what’s ...

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CAP is not just for your head

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Today i like to write about an important theorem in distributed computer systems. I’m sure you notice the subject of this post is about CAP  theorem (also known as Brewer’s theorem). Eric brewer is the man who proposed CAP theorem in 2000. CAP is the acronym of three words: Consistency: All nodes must read the latest changed data, In the other word every ...

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Lightweight real-time charts with Play Framework and Scala using server-side events

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Continuing a great journey with awesome Play Framework and Scala language, I would like to share yet another interesting implementation of real-time charting: this time by using lightweight server-side events instead of full-duplex WebSockets technology described previously in this post. Indeed, if you don’t need a bidirectional communication but only server push, server-side events look as a very natural fit. ...

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