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JavaFX 2: Create Login Form

In this tutorial I will design a nice looking Login Form with JavaFX 2 and CSS. It’s clasic login form with username and password, and login button. In order to follow this tutorial I strongly recommend you to check these tutorials below: Getting started with JavaFX 2 in Eclipse IDE JavaFX 2: HBox JavaFX 2: GridPane JavaFX 2: Styling Buttons ...

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Google Services Authentication in App Engine, Part 1

This post will illustrate how to build a simple Google App Engine (GAE) Java application that authenticates against Google as well as leverages Google’s OAuth for authorizing access to Google’s API services such as Google Docs. In addition, building on some of the examples already provided by Google, it will also illustrate how to persist data using the App Engine ...

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Google Services Authentication in App Engine, Part 2

In the first part of the tutorial I described how to use OAuth for access/authentication for Google’s API services. Unfortunately, as I discovered a bit later, the approach I used was OAuth 1.0, which has apparently now been officially deprecated by Google in favor of version 2.0 of OAuth. Obviously, I was a bit bummed to discovered this, and promised I ...

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Fast, Predictable & Highly-Available @ 1 TB/Node

The world is pushing huge amounts of data to applications every second, from mobiles, the web, and various gadgets. More applications these days have to deal with this data. To preserve performance, these applications need fast access to the data tier. RAM prices have crumbled over the past few years and we can now get hardware with a Terabyte of ...

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JavaOne 2012 – 2400 hours to go! Some recommendations

As you might have seen the JavaOne 2012 Content Catalog is online. The Program Committee had some very intense weeks of sorting, reviewing, rating and discussing every single proposal and we finally managed to setup a (hopefully) interesting mix for you. With exactly 105 days or 2400 hours to go I thought it could be a good day to offer ...

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Moving Beyond Core Hamcrest in JUnit

In the post Improving On assertEquals with JUnit and Hamcrest I introduced use of Hamcrest with JUnit. I then looked at JUnit’s Built-in Hamcrest Core Matcher Support. In this post, I look at how to apply Hamcrest’s non-core matchers with JUnit. These non-core matchers are NOT included with JUnit by default, but are available by including a Hamcrest JAR in ...

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JasperReports JSF Plugin Use Cases Series

This is the entry point of an article series in which I will try to cover some of the use cases of JasperReport JSF Plugin, a tool created to easily integrate business reports designed for JasperReports in JSF applications. All the examples described in this series are available from the JasperReports JSF Plugin web site, at the samples section and will ...

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Full WebApplication JSF EJB JPA JAAS – Part 1

This post will be the biggest so far in my blog! We will see a full web application. It will be done will the newest technologies (until today), but I will give some hints to show how to adapt this post to older technologies. In the end of this post you will find the source code to download. You can ...

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Full WebApplication JSF EJB JPA JAAS – Part 2

View – Creation and JSF set up This tutorial continues from part 1. Let us create a new Dynamic Web Project. Create it like the image bellow: Pay attention: in some moment the Eclipse will ask you if you want to add the JSF Capabilities (auto complete), enable it. Like the screens bellow: After the project creation, let us edit ...

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