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Spring 3 HornetQ 2.1 Integration Tutorial

Utilize the new ultra high performance messaging system from JBoss through Spring framework. HornetQ is an open source project to build a multi-protocol, embeddable, very high performance, clustered, asynchronous messaging system. It is written in Java and runs on any platform with a Java 5 or later runtime. HornetQ class-beating high performance journal provides persistent messaging performance at rates normally ...

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GWT Spring and Hibernate enter the world of Data Grids

Maximize Hibernate performance with the power of Infinispan Data Grid. A GWT, Spring, JPA, Hibernate, Infinispan integration tutorial. In this tutorial we are going to discuss about how you can use Infinispan as a Hibernate second level cache provider. Infinispan is the successor of JBoss cache and the company’s flagship towards the open source data grids domain. To make things ...

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Getting Started with SmartGWT for awesome GWT interfaces

Introduction to SmartGWT I recently started working with SmartGWT, a framework based on GWT that provides a comprehensive widget library for your application UI as well as assistance for server-side for data management. You can take look at its pretty functionality at the SmartGWT showcase. I have prepared a short “getting started” guide on how to integrate the library with ...

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GWT 2 Spring 3 JPA 2 Hibernate 3.5 Tutorial

This step by step guide will present how to develop a simple web application using Google’s Web Toolkit (GWT) for the rich client and Spring as the back – end, server side framework. The sample web application will provide functionality to make CRUD (Create Retrieve Update Delete) operations to a database. For the data access layer we will use JPA ...

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“Did you mean” feature with Apache Lucene Spell-Checker

Google’s “Did you mean” feature After making an introduction to Lucene in a previous post, now it is time to take it up a notch and create a more sophisticated application. You are most surely familiar with Google’s “Did you mean” feature (other search engines support this too). Here is an example of that: Lucene SpellChecker Subproject This feature can ...

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RTMP To RTSP re-stream using wowza and xuggler

Note: This is part of our “Xuggler Development Tutorials” series. Hello to everyone! For the last three months we have been working on a teleconference project. We decided that a web based application, using technologies like Flex would be the best approach for such a demanding project. As the complexity of the software and the demands of telecommunication providers increased, ...

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An Introduction to Apache Lucene for Full-Text Search

In this tutorial I would like to talk a bit about Apache Lucene. Lucene is an open-source project that provides Java-based indexing and search technology. Using its API, it is easy to implement full-text search. I will deal with the Lucene Java version, but bear in mind that there is also a .NET port available under the name Lucene.NET, as ...

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JBoss 4.2.x Spring 3 JPA Hibernate Tutorial Part #2

spring-interview-questions-answers

We continue our tutorial about Spring 3, Hibernate, JPA and JBoss 4.2.x – 4.3 integration. The last step is to create a Spring service to expose functionality to the end user. We have to create an interface class and the relevant implementation class. First the interface class :           package com.mycomp.myproject.services; import com.mycomp.myproject.dto.EmployeeDTO; public interface ExampleService ...

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Getting Started with YouTube Java API

In this tutorial I am taking a look at Google’s YouTube API which allows you to empower your application with YouTube’s features. YouTube is one of the “killer” Internet applications and its traffic comprises of a huge portion of the total internet traffic. Before we get started, make sure you have read the API Overview Guide. We will mainly deal ...

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