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Type safe dependency injection using Java 8.0

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So I sometimes really miss old school Dependency Injection. Back when Spring was still “lightweight” we happily configured all our beans in an application.xml file with the “learn-in-a-day” Spring bean xml configuration. The downsides to this were of course a loss of type safety. I can think of quite a few test cases whose sole purpose was to bootstrap the Spring ...

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Java 8 Friday: 10 Subtle Mistakes When Using the Streams API

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At Data Geekery, we love Java. And as we’re really into jOOQ’s fluent API and query DSL, we’re absolutely thrilled about what Java 8 will bring to our ecosystem. Java 8 Friday Every Friday, we’re showing you a couple of nice new tutorial-style Java 8 features, which take advantage of lambda expressions, extension methods, and other great stuff. You’ll find ...

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Builder pattern using Java 8

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I work in an environment where a great deal of our day to day scripting tasks occur through calling remote services as opposed to working with the database. For a lot of scripting tasks I’ve often used Groovy and one of the most useful features of Groovy specifically for that task has been it’s built in fluent Builders. Now Groovy ...

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Listing a ZIP file contents with Stream API in Java 8

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In Java 8 java.util.zip.ZipFile was equipped with a stream method that allows navigating over a ZIP file entries very easily. In this blog post I will show a bunch of examples showing how quickly we can navigate over ZIP file entries. Note: For the purpose of this blog post I downloaded one of my GitHub repositories as a ZIP file ...

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Java 8 Optional: How to Use it

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Java 8 comes with a new Optional type, similar to what is available in other languages. This post will go over how this new type is meant to be used, namely what is it’s main use case. What is the Optional type? Optional is a new container type that wraps a single value, if the value is available. So it’s ...

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Spring 4: @DateTimeFormat with Java 8 Date-Time API

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@DateTimeFormat annotation that was introduced in Spring 3.0 as a part of Formatter SPI can be used to to parse and print localized field values in web applications. In Spring 4.0, @DateTimeFormat annotation can be used with Java 8 Date-Time API (java.time) out-of-the-box, without extra effort. In Spring, field formatting can be configured by field type or annotation. To bind ...

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Java 8 StampedLocks vs. ReadWriteLocks and Synchronized

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Synchronized sections are kind of like visiting your parents-in-law. You want to be there as little as possible. When it comes to locking the rules are the same – you want to spend the shortest amount of time acquiring the lock and within the critical section, to prevent bottlenecks from forming. The core language idiom for locking has always been ...

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