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Change default Git commit message template

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We do lot of changes to projects and commit those in git repository and then commit those changes along with proper commit message. While collaborating on bigger project with lot of collaborators working at same time, commit message should be proper and reflect what those changes are. Lot of big projects has standard commit message template ready for collaborators to follow/understand ...

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Skip SSL certificate verification in Spring Rest Template

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How to skip SSL certificate verification while using Spring Rest Template? Configure Rest Template so it uses Http Client to create requests. Note: If you are familiar with sun.security.provider.certpath.SunCertPathBuilderException: unable to find valid certification path to requested target the below should help you. Http Client Firstly, import HttpClient (>4.4), to your project compile('org.apache.httpcomponents:httpclient:4.5.1') Configure RestTemplate Configure SSLContext using Http Client’s ...

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Parsing Java 8 Streams Into SQL

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When Java 8 was released and people began streaming over all kinds of stuff, it didn’t take long before they started imagining how great it would be if you could work with your databases in the same way. Essentially relational databases are made up of huge chunks of data organized in table-like structures. These structures are ideal for filtering and ...

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How to Evolve from RDBMS to NoSQL + SQL

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For the past 25 years, applications have been built using an RDBMS with a predefined schema that forces data to conform with a schema on-write. Many people still think that they must use an RDBMS for applications, even though records in their datasets have no relation to one another. Additionally, those databases are optimized for transactional use, and data must ...

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Streaming over Maps with Java 8

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In this article I will show you how Speedment Open Source stream efficiently over standard Java maps, expanding the Stream interface into something called a MapStream! This addition will make it easier to keep your streams concrete and readable even in complex scenarios. Hopefully this will allow you to keep streaming without prematurely collecting the result. One of the largest ...

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Building Reactive Systems with JavaFX

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JavaFX is the new standard library for building graphical applications in Java, but many programmers out there is still stuck with Swing or even (tremble) AWT. A lot has happened in the 20 years java has been around. When I began looking into the JavaFX libraries two years ago for the Speedment UI I found many things fascinating! Here are ...

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Spring-managed Transactions Explained – Part 2 (JPA)

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In the first part of the series, I showed how transactions work in plain-vanilla JDBC. And then I showed how Spring manages JDBC-based transactions. In this second part of the series, I’ll show how transactions work in plain-vanilla JPA first. And then show how Spring manages JPA-based transactions. Funds Transfer To help illustrate transactions, I’ll be using the same case ...

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MVC 1.0 in Java EE 8: Getting started using facelets

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MVC 1.0 is an action-based Model-View-Controller web framework, which will be a part of future Java EE 8. It will live side by side with component-based JSF framework and will provide an alternative for building HTML+javascript oriented applications with full control over URLs. This post summarizes what needs to be done in order to use Facelets instead of default JSP ...

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