I have been very experimenting with tapestry-jquery
plugin and it is great to finally go back to jquery. Not only using
jquery is very easy but it also...
1 replies - 2299 views - 01/06/12 by Taha Siddiqi in Articles
On windows machines I have been using Mailster
for testing email notifications. Unfortunately, I had issues with
Mailster in the past running on...
1 replies - 4211 views - 01/02/12 by Gunnar Hillert in Articles
Tip #5 of my blog post Ten Tips for Using Java Stack Traces demonstrates two example of using Java code to extract a Throwable's (implying Error or...
1 replies - 3131 views - 01/02/12 by Dustin Marx in Articles
This post investigates the performance of unmarshalling an XML document
to Java objects using a number of different approaches. The XML document
3 replies - 6446 views - 12/31/11 by Alex Staveley in Articles
Web programming is the science of coming up with increasingly complicated ways of concatenating strings. -- Greg BrockmanIn the description of its authors,...
0 replies - 7730 views - 12/20/11 by Giorgio Sironi in Articles
Now we are going to see how to generate a complete graphical editor for the EMF model we created in preceding tutorials, Library.ecore.
For this purpose, we...
1 replies - 8940 views - 12/17/11 by Vincenzo Caselli in Articles
This Post is a continuation of my series on Google Guava, this time
covering Guava Cache. Guava Cache offers more flexibility and power than
3 replies - 9340 views - 12/16/11 by Bill Bejeck in Articles
The recent reddit/java thread If you still don't know why Guava is awesome .... references the Guava Explained Wiki page. As I was looking at this, I noticed...
0 replies - 4124 views - 12/16/11 by Dustin Marx in Articles
This post is going to be a very simple introduction to the RestTemplate API introduced in Spring 3.0.
Dogs know how to REST!
6 replies - 8217 views - 12/12/11 by Alex Staveley in Articles
On a previous post,
I started to blog about how Xtext 2.1 made it extremely easy to have a
powerful integration with Java in your...
1 replies - 5679 views - 12/10/11 by Lorenzo Bettini in Articles
Nearly every developer is familiar with SQL. It has been the
reliable provider of data persistence for many years, both prior to mass
adoption of the...
0 replies - 5056 views - 12/07/11 by Mitch Pronschinske in Articles
This post is a continuation of my series on Google Guava, this time
covering Futures. The Futures class is a collection of static utility
1 replies - 5661 views - 12/02/11 by Bill Bejeck in Articles
Here’s how an Annotatiomaniac™ can optimise his second-level cached JPA
queries conveniently by adding yet more annotations (what else?) to his
0 replies - 2133 views - 11/30/11 by Lukas Eder in Articles
Both Groovy and Java SE 7 provide improvements for file management in Java as I discussed in posts here, here, here, and here.
However, when a particular...
3 replies - 5348 views - 11/29/11 by Dustin Marx in Articles
During this past weekend I upgraded protobuf-dt to the new and shiny Xtext 2.1.1.
I didn’t have a real need for the upgrade, the protocol buffer editor...
1 replies - 2608 views - 11/27/11 by Alex Ruiz in Articles