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Java Application Performance Monitoring: End-to-end performance of complex distributed applications

Discover faster, more efficient performance monitoring with an enterprise APM product learning from your apps. Take the AppDynamics APM Guided Tour! Monitor Java application performance — focused on business transactions — end-to-end in the most complex and distributed environments. Auto-discovered business transactions, dynamic baselining, code-level diagnostics, and Virtual War Room collaboration ensure rapid issue identification and resolution to maintain an ...

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Top 20 Online Programming Courses to Boost your Career

Do you want to know what is the best investment you can make with your time and money? Knowledge As a software developer you should be constantly acquiring new skills. This is the best way to advance your career and enjoy the rewards (monetary, emotional etc.). Towards that direction you should be reading books, devouring technical articles and staying informed ...

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How to use Voice to control IoT devices using Android

In this post, we will describe how to use voice to control IoT devices. In other words, in this article, we will use our voice to send a set of commands to an IoT device. During this post, we will build a voice-activated IoT project. This is an interesting topic because this project uses a different way to interact with ...

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How to Implement Enterprise User Management with Java Single Sign-On SAML Support (and Stay Alive)

How we added Single Sign-On SAML support and debugged it in production Teams may have tens of services and applications they use to complete their tasks. Each service requires them to sign up and remember complicated passwords, when eventually the internal owners of each service have to manually handle login credentials and account settings. That’s where SAML comes in, aiming ...

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MVC, Delivery Mechanism and Domain Model

Model-View-Controller (or MVC for short) is one of the most misunderstood design patterns in software design. MVC has its origins in the SmallTalk community in the late 70s but it was only in 1988 that it was expressed as general concept in an articleby Glenn E. Krasner and Stephen T. Pope for The Journal of Object Technology. The main idea behind MVC was to ...

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Low-risk Monolith to Microservice Evolution Part I

As part of a two-day microservices workshop I’m putting together, I’ve been thinking a lot about how to explain monolith-application decomposition and what a transition to microservices might look like. This is a small subset of that material, but I want to share with you to get feedback (in the workshop we go into more detail about whether you should ...

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Secure REST Service with OAuth2 Tokens

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1. Introduction In this tutorial, we will check out how we can use Spring Security with OAuth to secure REST Service. In the demo application, the secured REST resources on the server are accessible with the path pattern (/api/**), such that the request URLs based on this path are mapped to different controller methods. This means that – Any REST ...

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SecureLogin For Java Web Applications

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No, there is not a missing whitespace in the title. It’s not about any secure login, it’s about the SecureLogin protocol developed by Egor Homakov, a security consultant, who became famous for committing to master in the Rails project without having permissions. The SecureLogin protocol is very interesting, as it does not rely on any central party (e.g. OAuth providers ...

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How to Format a String, Clarified!

A User-Friendly Introduction The Java Documentation of String formatting is not the easiest to read and understand if you are not familiar with String formatting or just want a quick solution. Although it is complete, it is not very user-friendly, so I thought I would try and write a clearer version. This article is as much for you as it ...

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Intercept Incoming SMS on Android

Last week I talked about using SMS to activate your application which is a pretty powerful way to verify a user account. I left a couple of things out though. One of those things is the ability to grab the incoming SMS automatically. This is only possible on Android but it’s pretty cool for the users as it saves on ...

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Enum: How to use name() and toString() methods correctly

The Difference Between Two Methods? The Java Enum has two methods that retrieve that value of an enum constant, name() and .toString(). The toString() method calls the name() method which returns the string representation of the enum constant. In listing 1, the value returned by calling the name() and toString() on an Animal.DOG constant method is DOG. Listing 1: Animal Enum public ...

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