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What is Spring Data?

(This is related to Project Student and I will revisit this topic later.) Spring Data came up in passing in several recent interviews. What is Spring Data? To answer that let’s consider the standard approach to persistence – a ...
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MVP – Minimum Viable Product strategy

Not all good ideas turn out into great products.  There are quite a few products that fail in the market due to a variety of reasons.  But does it stop us from investing in the Products? How do we find out if a Product is going ...
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Using more than one property file in Spring MVC

Everybody heard about portals which combine single web applications to a big one. A portal software works like mashups – content from several sources is picked up in a single service, mostly displayed in a single web page. A ...
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Project Avatar – The next Java EE Feature?

It is this time of the year again. Christmas holidays are approaching fast and the Java Advent Calender is filling up constantly. Today it’s on me to write my surprise post. I’m Markus, also known as @myfear and I̵ ...
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On three-legged elephants

I’ve often argued that good design—of a language, library, or framework—isn’t about packing in as many features as possible into your solution, rather it’s about discovering a small set of interlocking featur ...
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Introducing Accord: a sane validation library for Scala

Accord is an open-source (Apache-licensed) Scala validation library developed at Wix. It’s hosted on GitHub and you’re welcome to fork and dig into it; let us know what you think! Why another validation library As we were tran ...
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Twitter CLI, using Twitter in your console

Twitter CLI is a command-line power tool for Twitter. The CLI takes syntactic cues from the Twitter SMS commands, however it offers vastly more commands and capabilities than are available via SMS. Twitter CLI is backed by ruby, s ...
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Spring REST: Exception handling vol. 1

Table of contentsSpring REST: Exception handling vol. 1 Spring REST: Exception handling vol. 2 Spring REST: Exception handling vol. 3Hi everyone, it’s time to continue publish new articles in my blog. So I’m happy to annou ...
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Workshop on Creating a Personal MusicManager Web Application with Struts2, Hibernate and MySQL

Overview: In this workshop tutorial we’ll develop a personal music manager application using Struts 2, Hibernate and MySQL database. The web application can be used to add your music collection to the database. We’ll display ...
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A Popup Editor for JavaFX 8

For the last couple of months I had the pleasure of working with JavaFX 8 in order to implement a sophisticated user interface for a planning and scheduling application. One of the features needed was a way to perform “in-place ...
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