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Memory Efficient: Eclipse vs IntelliJ (Android Studio)

Eclipse and IntelliJ are the two competing IDEs in the industry. There are lot of passionate discussion going in the social media, forums to declare the winner in this race. We thought it would be a fun exercise to study which IDE utilizes memory efficiently? Study To conduct this study, we used Eclipse Java EE Oxygen Release Milestone 2(4.7.0 M2) and ...

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Easy Spring Boot Deployment with AWS Elastic Beanstalk

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Friends don’t let friends write user auth. Tired of managing your own users? Try Okta’s API and Java SDKs today. Authenticate, manage, and secure users in any application within minutes. Nearly all applications rely on authentication. Developers, and the companies that employ them, want to confirm who is making the request and are they who they say they are. And, ...

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Spring @Lazy Annotation

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Introduction: The Spring framework, by default, loads and eagerly initializes all beans at the application startup itself. In our application, we might have some pretty resource-intensive beans. We’ll prefer to load such beans on a need basis. We can achieve this using the Spring @Lazy annotation. In this tutorial, we’ll learn how to use @Lazy annotation to lazily load our ...

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Efficient enterprise testing — integration tests (3/6)

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This part of the series will show how to verify our applications with code-level as well as system-level integration tests. (Code-level) integration tests The term integration test is sometimes used differently in different contexts. What I’m referring to, following the Wikipedia definition, are tests that verify the interaction of multiple components, here on a code level. Typically, integration tests make ...

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jClarity: Boost to Java on Azure

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In the new age of connected world public infrastructure, the biggest and the most essential two pieces have been the birth and the rise of Java and the OpenJDK. And hence, many companies devote their time and resources in building cutting edge technologies to ensure the industry, in general, has an abundance of quality rich yet free of cost OpenJDK ...

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3 Things to Avoid For Optimal Performance As a Developer

As a programmer, you are highly dependent on your brain to function properly as the main tool you use to advance your career and provide for your financial stability. Any changes to your lifestyle immediately affect your health and, by extension, your overall cognitive abilities.  In fact, the habits you maintain daily may reduce productivity by between 30 and 90 ...

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Handling repeated code automatically

In this article I will describe how you can use Java::Geci generator Repeated to overcome the Java language shortage that generics cannot be primitive. The example is a suggested extension of the Apache Commons Lang library. Introduction When you copy-paste code you do something wrong. At least that is the perception. You have to create your code structure more generalized ...

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Spring @Order Annotation

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Introduction: The Spring @Order annotation was first introduced in Spring 2.0. It was then used only to define the order among the AspectJ advices. Later in Spring 4.0, the implementation of this annotation was further improved a bit. Since then, it also supports ordering of Spring components or beans in a collection like a Java array or a List. This ...

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