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NetBeans IDE 6.7.1 with JavaFX Now Available for Download!

The NetBeans Team is pleased to announce the release of NetBeans IDE 6.7.1, which supports the latest JavaFX SDK. Download NetBeans 6.7.1 (A JavaFX-only...

6 replies - 35054 views - 07/27/09 by Tinu Awopetu in Announcements

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0 replies - 31 views - 11/25/14 by Pradeep Yadav in Uncategorized

Real World Use Cases and Success Stories for In-Memory Data Grids

NoSQL Matters Conference 2014NoSQL Matters is a great conference about different NoSQL topics. A lot of great NoSQL products and use cases are presented....

0 replies - 1747 views - 11/25/14 by Kai Wähner in Articles

Spring - Accessing injected properties from constructor

In Spring, a bean is instantiated before its properties are injected. That is: Instantiate the bean first Inject the properties This is because...

1 replies - 3472 views - 11/23/14 by Fahim Farook in Articles

Spring component scan for beans with no no-args constructor

Suppose you have the following spring set-up  component scan enabled a class (MailServer) with some constructors (no no-args...

3 replies - 4015 views - 11/23/14 by Fahim Farook in Articles

Beyond JSON: Spearal Serialization Protocol for iOS

Spearal is an ongoing attempt to provide a serialization protocol that works - unlike JSON - with arbitrary complex data models, while offering advanced...

0 replies - 3059 views - 11/23/14 by Franck Wolff in Articles

Build And Share Developer Environments in Your Browser

During the recent years, we have seen an incredible progress of technologies aimed at simplifying life of developers. Creating, configuring and sharing...

0 replies - 2388 views - 11/22/14 by Eugene Ivantsov in Articles

Eclipse IDE for Java Developers Feels Lucky

Up to now more than 12 million Luna packages have been downloaded. That is more than two petabytes and on average, 63 packages per second. On 26th...

0 replies - 2943 views - 11/19/14 by Holger Voormann in Articles

Lightweight Java logger tinylog is feature complete

The first release candidate of the Java logger tinylog 1.0 is released. Therewith tinylog is feature complete and the API declared as stable. In comparison to...

0 replies - 260 views - 11/17/14 by Martin Winandy in Announcements

When Null Checking Miserably Fails

Disclaimer Before going on I have to state that the techniques described in this article serve no practical purpose when we program Java. It is like a...

0 replies - 2528 views - 11/16/14 by Peter Verhas in Articles

Code Review: The Unit of Work Should Be a Single Commit

 I’m fascinated by source-control, as my readers know. I’m not sure if this is is a bad idea, but there’s a code-review tool that could use...

0 replies - 2348 views - 11/14/14 by Paul Hammant in Articles

Testing HTTPS Connections with Apache HttpClient 4.2

 In this article I am going to show how to unit test a HTTPS endpoint using Apache HttpClient. In addition I will show how to set up a HTTPS endpoint...

0 replies - 4345 views - 11/12/14 by Ivan Krizsan in Articles

Create a WSO2 Worker-Manager Cluster in Just 2 Minutes

I've been working on an application(WSO2 Cluster Wizard) which creates a Worker-Manager Separated cluster for a given WSO2 Product. The objective of this...

0 replies - 1302 views - 11/11/14 by Aruna Karunarathna in Articles

Man, Woman, Dog: A Task from the Past

Introduction This article is a personal reflection more than some kind of tutorial or how-to article--which I have mostly written in the past. It describes...

0 replies - 5882 views - 11/10/14 by Kosta Stojanovski in Articles

On Java Generics and Erasure

 “Generics are erased during compilation” is common knowledge (well, type parameters and arguments are actually the ones erased). That happens due to...

0 replies - 3726 views - 11/06/14 by Bozhidar Bozhanov in Articles

Give Your Code a Shot of Caffeine

Almost all programmers and developers at least have some working knowledge of Java, and it’s the most commonly used language for Android apps. The TIOBE...

1 replies - 4248 views - 11/06/14 by Lauren Clapper in Articles

Lessons learned from JsonUnit

I'd like to share some lessons I have learned when working on JsonUnit. I started the project almost three years ago, when I needed something to compare JSON...

1 replies - 4523 views - 11/04/14 by Lukas Krecan in Articles

Reading emails from MS Exchange by consumig EWS using Java.

While enabling my application with MS Exchange, I end up writing this code. I used EWS Java API (EWSJavaAPI_1.2.jar) ( The JAR I uploaded with this...

0 replies - 564 views - 11/03/14 by Shantanu Sikdar in Uncategorized

Finding Neighbours in Game of Life.

This method I started writing by considering that every cell of the GOL board will have an id.In a 2 dimensional board I considered every cell has an id,...

0 replies - 1410 views - 10/27/14 by Shantanu Sikdar in Uncategorized

Understanding Information Retrieval by Using Apache Lucene and Tika - Part 3

Lesson 4: Highlight fragments where searched phrase was foundA word or phrase search has two goals: to discover in which document it can be found, but to...

0 replies - 3547 views - 10/24/14 by Ana-maria Mihalceanu in Articles