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Git Tutorial – Getting Started

I was a long time Subversion user then. So, when I got introduced to Git few months back, I was *really* confused. First of all, I couldn’t visualize some of the concepts that Git talked about. But then, as I started using Git in my day-to-day work, it got much easy to use and understand. Now there isn’t a single ...

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Android – Load WebView with ProgressBar

Problem: How to load WebView with ProgressBar? Description: Previously, i have published an article for Android – WebViewClient example where we have discussed about how to load URL inside the application instead of opening a native browser. Now, just consider the case where we want to include progress bar to show loading process. At the same time we can either ...

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Isn’t Java a Civilised Language?

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A few weeks ago I was given the opportunity to learn iOS programming. My boss decided that I was more of a ‘computer scientist’ rather than a developer, and this meant that I could apply my knowledge to developing an iPad application or two – all I’d need to do was to learn Objective-C and the iOS SDK: after all, ...

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Spring MVC and JQuery for Ajax Form Validation

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In this tutorial, we will see how to validate a form on server side using Ajax with Spring MVC and JQuery. Spring MVC provides a very convenient process for adoption of Ajax with annotation driven configuration. We will use this annotation driven configuration to send Ajax response in form of JSON data. The response will contain state of the form ...

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Spring and Quartz: Multi-Job Scheduling Service

Job Scheduling is so important requirement for the applications. Especially in large-scale projects, working with a lot of jobs can be a problem. Spring and Quartz have brought significant benefits for the solution of this problem. This article shows how to schedule multi jobs easily by using Spring and Quartz. Used Technologies : JDK 1.6.0_21 Spring 3.1.1 Quartz 1.8.5 Maven ...

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Customized Internationalization (i18n) in Java

Internationalization (i18n) is very important in our software projects. It brings mainly these benefits: Externalizing UI strings into external files other than code files and so easy-to-manage UI content. Supporting multiple languages. In this post, a brief practical example of i18n will be given for Eclipse and Java projects, including customizing i18n mechanism to have more maintainable and encapsulated approach. First, ...

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Client-side server monitoring with Jolokia and JMX

The choice of Java monitoring tools is tremendous (random selection and order powered by Google): javamelody psi-probe JVisualVM jconsole JAMon Java JMX Nagios Plugin N/A Besides, there are various dedicated tools e.g. for ActiveMQ, JBoss, Quartz scheduler, Tomcat/tcServer… So which one should you use as an ultimate monitoring dashboard? Well, none of them provide out-of-the-box features you might require. In ...

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Maven Archetype Creation Tips

I recently needed to create some Maven Archetypes for the Turmeric SOA project. A Maven Archetype for those that don’t know is a way to generate a project based off some pre-canned project templates. In the case of the current Turmeric SOA archetype, it will create a multi-module maven project, that contains the Interface, and Service projects, along with a ...

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