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Angular 8 + Spring Boot 2.2: Build a CRUD App Today!

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“I love writing authentication and authorization code.” ~ No Java Developer Ever. Tired of building the same login screens over and over? Try the Okta API for hosted authentication, authorization, and multi-factor auth. If you’ve been a Java developer for more than 15 years, you probably remember when there were a plethora of Java web frameworks. It started with Struts ...

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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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Build your first serverless function in 10 minutes

My teammate Upkar Lidder published a great tutorial on how to create your first serverless function very fast ⚡️. I wanted to give it a try and share the step with you here. There is nothing to download, install or configure. You can finish this tutorial in under 10 minutes ⏳. Tutorial steps You will complete the following steps: Create a ...

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4 Tips When Using a CDN

More and more web applications are starting to adopt a Content Delivery Network (CDN). We will share some tips and tricks about how we adjust our web applications to get the most out of the CDN that is serving them. What are the advantages of using a CDN? Your server load will decrease (as more content is served from the ...

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Hide It All!

In an earlier post, I wrote the following words: in an object-oriented codebase the kit should be as discrete as possible. The more you use the development kit, the less object-oriented your code really is or your abstractions are not the best they can be.. I feel the need to elaborate this point, since it is quite strong and that ...

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Extending abstract classes with abstract classes in Java

The example issue When I was creating the Java::Geci abstract class AbstractFieldsGenerator and AbstractFilteredFieldsGenerator I faced a not too complex design issue. I would like to emphasize that this issue and the design may seem obvious for some of you, but during my recent conversation with a junior developer (my son, Mihály specifically, who also reviews my articles because his ...

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7 Ways To Increase the Cost-Effectiveness Of DevOps Testing Automation

DevOps testing automation is the key to achieving the rapid delivery, scalability, security, collaboration, and monitoring that allows today’s agile teams to be highly productive. Testing automation enables businesses to increase efficiency and improve ROI by: Shortening development cycles and implementation time.Reducing time-to-market.Increasing the productivity of business units and IT teams.Lowering cost associated with development and deployment.Streamlining workflow through process ...

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Angular Facebook Login Example

Welcome readers, in this tutorial, we will implement an Angular Facebook Login application. 1. Introduction Angular is a Typescript-based open-source framework that helps developers build single page applications Offers Object-oriented features and supports the dynamic loading of the pages Supports Two-way data binding, Property ([]), and Event (()) binding techniques Supports command-line-interface to easily initiate and manage the angular projects ...

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Data-driven product development

The need for data-driven product development Product development has many nuances and dependencies. Every product development cycle or SDLC imagined or put forth is found to be inadequate. Every proposed solution falls into one of the many traps present and has proved to be ineffective in one or the other phase of the product’s life. SDLC started with the waterfall ...

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Moving the Service-mesh Community Forward

Service mesh is an important set of capabilities that solve some difficult service-to-service communication challenges when operating a services-style architecture. Just as Kubernetes and containers helped to provide a nice set of abstractions to deploying and running workloads on a fleet of computers, so too is service mesh emerging to abstract the network in a way that gives operators and ...

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JDK 13: VM.events Added to jcmd

CSR (Compatibility and Specification Review) JDK-8224601 [“Provide VM.events diagnostic command”] is implemented in JDK 13 as of JDK 13 Early-Access Build #24 (dated 2019/6/6) and was added via Enhancement JDK-8224600 [“Provide VM.events command”]. The CSR‘s “Summary” describes this enhancement: “Add a VM.events command to jcmd to display event logs.” The CSR’s “Solution” states, “Add a command to jcmd to print ...

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