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Taha Siddiqi07/02/11
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A Modal Dialog For Tapestry

As Tapestry does not provide a Dialog Box, let us see how difficult(or easy) it is to create one on our own. We will use ModalBox as it has an MIT license and it is written in prototype (Soon this won’t be a criteria for choosing a script as Tapestry is...

Mihai Fonoage07/01/11
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Unit and Functional Testing in Android

I don't have to tell you that testing is a fundamental part of the product development cycle, although I just did. No matter if you are developing for the desktop, web, or mobile space, you should make sure that the end software system works as required....

Razi Sharir07/01/11
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“NewSQL-as-a-Service” Cloud Database

In a blog post following a recent report by the 451 Group, Matthew Aslett, a senior analyst for the research firm, defines the term “NewSQL” as a new breed of SQL database-related products.

Ben Kepes07/01/11
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Cloudera Goes Full Lifecycle Management for Hadoop

Hadoop is gaining users as a way of running data-intensive distributed applications. I has been put to good use to help with the data issues faced by companies such as twitter, Facebook and eBay.

Andy Moncsek07/01/11
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Creating a WebSocket-Chat-Application with Jetty and Glassfish

This article describes how to create a simple HTML5 chat application using WebSockets to connect to a Java back-end.

Robert Diana07/01/11
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Google Plus Looks Good But Needs An Application Platform

By now you have likely heard that Google finally released its long-awaited social offering. First, let’s look at the basics:

Matt Raible07/01/11
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Agile Hiring Book Review

While working for Time Warner Cable last year, I experienced a unique challenge: building a team of strong developers in a short amount of time.

Loiane Groner07/01/11
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Setting Up SSL on Tomcat in 5 minutes

This tutorial will walk you through how to configure SSL (https://localhost:8443 access) on Tomcat in 5 minutes.For this tutorial you will need: Java SDK (used version 6 for this tutorial)Tomcat (used version 7 for this tutorial) The set up consists in 3...

Constantin Alin07/01/11
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Trivial login form in JSF 2.0

This tip is an example of how you can create a trivial login form in JSF 2.0 . The credentials are hardcoded as final variables – in real application, you need will compare the entered values agains a database.

Jelle Victoor07/01/11
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JPA 2, The Access annotation

JPA 1 has a strict rule about what the access when defining your meta annotations (you database to java mapping). In jpa 1 the standard was the way the ID was mapped.

Mats Lindh06/30/11
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Writing a Solr Analysis Filter Plugin

As we’ve been working on getting a better result out of the phonetic search we’re currently doing at derdubor, I started writing a plugin for Solr to be able to return better search results when searching for norwegian names. We’ve been using the...

James Sugrue06/30/11
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Software Build Systems: Principles and Experience

Split into four parts, this book provides a detailed insight into build systems, and how to ensure your own build process is as efficient and scalable as possible. Part One works as an introduction...

Constantin Alin06/30/11
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Declaring managed beans in JSF 2.0

In the next example we will see how to declare a managed bean in JSF 2.0. There are two ways to configure the managed bean :1. Declaring a Managed Bean in faces-config.xml descriptor file as below:

Sandro Mancuso06/29/11
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Open-source developers deserve respect

I was recently reading Gojko Adzic's blog post called How is it even possible for code to be this bad? I must admit that I was very sad to see tremendous lack of respect towards the Hudson/Jenkins community and towards open source software developers in...

Archanaa Panda06/29/11
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High Performance And Smarter Logging

1. Summary Logging, often a back-burner activity in the development cycle can actually be the very lifeline of the development team once the application is in production. Assuming that readers are well acquainted with various logging frameworks like Log4J,...