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Eclipse RAP with Spring Boot

Intro I like Eclipse :-). I’ve been using it for many years. I think the IDE is great and it is free! But Eclipse is much more than just the IDE. It is more like an ecosystem of applications, plugins and projects. Anyone can use the Eclipse Framework to create his/her own Eclipse-based application.   It is called Eclipse RCP ...

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Increasing network throughput with multiple Notaries

Do you need a very high throughput Corda network? Has the network’s throughput levelled out? Have you already squeezed out all the performance you could from other areas? If your answers to these questions are “yes”, then I may have some useful information for you. I have listed out these questions to decrease the chance of you prematurely optimising your ...

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Insights from Spark UI

As continuation of  anatomy-of-apache-spark-job post i will share how you can use Spark UI for tuning job. I will continue with same example that was used in earlier post, new spark application will do below things – Read new york city parking ticket – Aggregation by “Plate ID” and calculate offence dates – Save result DAG for this code looks like this ...

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What Can Blockchain Projects Learn from Open Source?

I’ve been involved with open source over a decade now. I’ve been part of small projects with innovative ideas which grew into large projects with solid communities. I’ve also witnessed how dysfunctional communities can suck the energy of projects for years. All that thanks to the open source development and collaboration. In recent times, I’m active on the blockchain space ...

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JDK 12’s Files.mismatch Method

JDK 12 introduces a new method to the Files class. The method, Files.mismatch(Path,Path), has been introduced to JDK 12 via JDK-8202302 and is available in JDK 12 Early Access Build 20 (same early access build that supports the new {@systemProperty} Javadoc tag). JDK-8202302 [“(fs) New Files.mismatch method for comparing files”] adds the Files.mismatch(Path,Path) method “to compare the contents of two ...

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10 Courses (83.5 Hours) to Become a Java Master: Design UIs with JavaFX, Utilize Design Patterns, Master Multithreading & More Hey fellow geeks, This week, on our JCG Deals store, we have another extreme offer. We are offering the Complete Java Programming Bootcamp for only $39 instead of the original price of $740.00 , yeap that is a massive 94% off. ...

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Spring Boot Actuator Tutorial

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Hello Friends, In this tutorial, we will learn about Spring actuator and what all it helps us with. 1. What is Spring Actuator? 2. How to add Spring actuator to Maven Project or Gradle Project? 3. Create a Spring Boot project with Spring Actuator dependency. 4. Monitoring the Application with Spring Actuator Endpoints. What is Spring Actuator? Once you have ...

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JDK 12 Javadoc Tag for System Properties

JDK 12 Early Access Build 20 (2018/11/15) is available and can be used to try out the new Javadoc tag {@systemProperty}. The new {@systemProperty} Javadoc tag is discussed in the core-libs-dev mailing list message “FYI: new javadoc tag to document system properties” and was introduced in response to JDK-5076751 [“System properties documentation needed in javadocs”]. The {@systemPropery} Javadoc tag displays ...

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