We use Storm for distributed processing. We've been using JMS as a means of driving work into Storm via the spout we...
0 replies - 6199 views - 08/12/12 by Brian O' Neill in Articles
In the previous article, we successfully integrated a custom-made tooltip over our hyperlinks. In this article, we'll integrate an already existing tooltip...
1 replies - 10480 views - 08/12/12 by Nicolas Frankel in Articles
EasyCriteria is an open source tool to make the JPA Criteria
code for any kind of JPA implementation easier . EasyCriteria has 100% of
coverage on its...
2 replies - 2479 views - 08/12/12 by Hebert Coelho D... in Articles
is an annotation that people are used to using with JAXB (JSR-222).
It's purpose is to uniquely associate a root element with a class. ...
0 replies - 26996 views - 08/11/12 by Blaise Doughan in Articles
The best thing about Spring is that there are several ways to solve a problem. The worst thing about Spring is that there are several ways to solve a...
6 replies - 6744 views - 08/09/12 by Gordon Dickens in Articles
A few days ago I thought that it was about time to upgrade my sample
code to Spring 3.1, after all it’s been around for a respectable amount
2 replies - 4377 views - 08/07/12 by Roger Hughes in Articles
Today we will see about this tool that make easier to use the JPA
Criteria. The application that uses this library will be cleaner, easier
to use and...
2 replies - 3271 views - 08/06/12 by Hebert Coelho D... in Articles
This article is a part of a series on Spring 3. The earlier articles of this series were
Hello World with Spring 3 MVC
Handling Forms with Spring 3 MVC...
0 replies - 17831 views - 08/06/12 by Partha Bhattacharjee in Articles
If you’ve seen my last blog,
you’ll know that I’ve been talking about writing the smallest and
simplest Spring Social application that I...
0 replies - 6600 views - 08/05/12 by Roger Hughes in Articles
Recently, in my every day programming madness, I really felt the urge
to kill someone involved with the formal specification of DOM. The
0 replies - 6824 views - 08/04/12 by Lukas Eder in Articles
Properties in Oddjob
Two cool things have happened to properties in Oddjob 1.2. First is
that nested property expansion is now supported. This allows us to...
0 replies - 1858 views - 08/03/12 by Rob Gordon in Articles
TerrificJS is a neat, clever piece of code that allows you to modularize your jQuery code by solely relying on CSS naming conventions.
The Terrific module...
0 replies - 4429 views - 08/03/12 by Hirvesh Munogee in Articles
As of 4.0 Lucene has switched to a new pluggable codec architecture,
giving the application full control over the on-disk format of all
index files. We...
0 replies - 13817 views - 08/01/12 by Michael Mccandless in Articles
I was curious about good answers to this question on Stack...
0 replies - 586 views - 08/01/12 by Lukas Eder in Articles
In this series we have already learnt to set up a basic Spring MVC application and learnt how to handle forms in Spring MVC.
Now it is time to take on some...
0 replies - 7602 views - 08/01/12 by Partha Bhattacharjee in Articles
Some time ago I did a short talk on Google Guava for our local JUG. It was a basic intro into Guava and how it makes stuff simpler, better and cleaner.
0 replies - 14661 views - 08/01/12 by Mite Mitreski in Articles
Mustache is templating system with implementation in many languages
0 replies - 8215 views - 07/31/12 by Mite Mitreski in Articles
In May I wrote a blog post explaining how I’d been designing a neo4j graph by thinking about what questions I wanted to answer about the data.
0 replies - 2771 views - 07/31/12 by Mark Needham in Articles
We recently adopted the use of Spring Data. Spring Data provides a nice
pattern/API that you can layer on top of JPA to eliminate boiler-plate...
0 replies - 10721 views - 07/30/12 by Brian O' Neill in Articles
Don’t be afraid – Some clarification to common misunderstandings
Since version 3.1, Apache Lucene and Solr use MMapDirectory
0 replies - 3823 views - 07/30/12 by Uwe Schindler in Articles