Spock's built-in mock object capabilities are just a dream to use ...
unlike other systems I've used, it doesn't get in your way, or force you
0 replies - 3182 views - 05/03/12 by Howard Lewis Ship in Articles
Now you’ve doubtless followed my earlier guides on writing modules for Play 2,
I imagine you’re keen to show your coding chops to the world. The...
0 replies - 2069 views - 05/02/12 by Steve Chaloner in Articles
This article shows you how-to setup FitNesse in your development
environment when dealing with Relation Database CRUD operations.
0 replies - 2564 views - 05/01/12 by Florian Adler in Articles
Sans JSTL,scriptlet and custom tag hell,things much better now. So what is JSTL?
It's a standard custom tag library that can provide extremely useful...
0 replies - 3411 views - 05/01/12 by Tom Jefferys in Articles
Continuing this tour of Guava we get to the Multiset. I probably don't use this as much as Multimaps or Bimaps, but it certainly does have it's uses.
1 replies - 4552 views - 04/30/12 by Tom Jefferys in Articles
I'm gradually converting a back-log of existing tests to Spock ... and
some of them convert so beautifully, it hurts. Here's an example:
2 replies - 2506 views - 04/30/12 by Howard Lewis Ship in Articles
In the first part
of this tutorial, we looked at the bare basics for creating, publishing
and calling a module. The module we created didn’t really do...
0 replies - 2240 views - 04/30/12 by Steve Chaloner in Articles
Though embedding Vaadin parts in legacy applications was covered in Learning Vaadin, you may feel the need to go further toward this goal.
The description I...
0 replies - 2598 views - 04/30/12 by Nicolas Frankel in Articles
Next up on my tour of Guava, is the BiMap, another useful collection type. It's pretty simple really, a BiMap is simply a two way map.
Inverting a Map
0 replies - 4795 views - 04/29/12 by Tom Jefferys in Articles
So, thought I'd take a look at some of the collection creation
patterns Guava offers, and also some of the Immutable collection types
1 replies - 5397 views - 04/28/12 by Tom Jefferys in Articles
This is the first in a series of posts where I'll be attempting to explain and explore Google's awesome Guava java library.
I first came across Guava whilst...
0 replies - 10172 views - 04/25/12 by Tom Jefferys in Articles
You may be using JSON to transfer data (we were using it in our
message queue). While this is good, it has the only benefit of being
human-readable. If you...
0 replies - 3135 views - 04/25/12 by Bozhidar Bozhanov in Articles
I put together Java sample applications using Spring 3.1. Using
Spring’s Environment abstractions, we can gather details about the
0 replies - 2882 views - 04/24/12 by Gordon Dickens in Articles
So I recently wrote a post about good old reliable Apache Commons StringUtils, which provoked a couple of comments, one of which was that Google...
6 replies - 12700 views - 04/24/12 by Tom Jefferys in Articles
With all buzz surrounding native mobile applications, an article was to
tackle the subject. Given iOS proprietary nature, this article will show
us how to...
0 replies - 2882 views - 04/24/12 by Nicolas Frankel in Articles