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EE JSP: Generating Dynamic Content with Custom Tag Libraries

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When developing View layer in a web application, you want to try not to duplicate content in JSP files as much as possible. The JSP spec API allows you to reduce this duplication by using tag libraries. A custom JSP tag is a user defined xml tag element that you can insert into JSP file to replace with some dynamic ...

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ReactiveMongo: Work with array

I’ve been working with ReactiveMongo during 6 months. It’s pretty nice realisation of MongoDB driver for Scala. I just have one remark – it has not so good documentation as it should be. Especially bad documentation have MongoDB operators. Fortunately original MongoDB documentation fix this circumstance. So in this tutorial I want to demonstrate how you can deal with JSON ...

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Setting up sharded mongodb cluster in localhost

I have been playing around with MongoDb, thanks to the M101J Course offered by Mongodb University. These NoSQL datastores are gaining popularity due to a number of reasons and one among them being the ease with which they can be scaled out i.e horizontal scaling. This horizontal scaling in MongoDB can be achieved by creating a sharded cluster of mongodb ...

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The New Agile – But Does It Scale?

If business analysis is where we come up with ideas, then product development process is the factory that makes the vision real. What did we take from agile and how is it different today from 15 years ago? The magic word of today is SCALE. And the king of Scale is SAFe. I’ve already written before why I didn’t like ...

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Top 5 Use-Cases For Nested Types

There has been an interesting discussion on reddit, the other day Static Inner Classes. When is it too much? First, let’s review a little bit of basic historic Java knowledge. Java-the-language offers four levels of nesting classes, and by “Java-the-language”, I mean that these constructs are mere “syntax sugar”. They don’t exist in the JVM, which only knows ordinary classes. ...

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Functional Factory Pattern

Do you want a REALLY quick way to make a Factory object? Then lambdas or other function-passing is what you need! Not only is it quick, it’s really simple. I bet, if you’re a pretty good with Lambdas, you have a pretty good idea on how to do this simply by having read the title. If you’re one of those, ...

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Spring Environment is for initialization code only

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Since version 3.1, the Spring framework offers an abstraction towards several different sources through which you can easily configure your application: the Environment. In this post I describe a micro benchmark that I ran to prove that, while it’s a convenient API if you’re using Spring in your application, it might introduce a performance penalty for which you should not ...

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Java8 Multi-threading ForkJoinPool: Dealing with exceptions

One of the main motivations behind the introduction of Java8 lambdas was the ability to be able to use multicores as easily as possible (see Mastering Lambdas: Java Programming in a Multicore World).  By simply changing your code from collection.stream()... to collection.parallelStream()... you have instant multi-threading at your disposal which brings with it all the CPU power on your machine. ...

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