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Python String strip() Method

Hello in this tutorial, we will understand how to use the string strip() method in python programming. 1. Introduction The string strip() method in python programming removes the leading and trailing characters from the given string based on the argument passed to the method. The method returns a copy of the original string after the operation and is represented by ...

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Java for Android Development

In this article, we’re going to talk about the Java tools used for Android development. Table Of Contents 1. Introduction 2. Android Build System 2.1. The build process 3. Build Configurations 3.1 The settings.file 3.2 The build.gradle files 4. Dalvik VM 5. Android Run-Time (ART) 5.1 Ahead-of-time (AOT) compilation 5.2 Garbage collection improvement 5.3 Development and Debugging improvements 6. Where ...

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Python and MongoDB Tutorial

Hello in this tutorial, we will understand how to perform CRUD operations in MongoDB via Python programming. 1. Introduction Let us first understand that what is Mongo database. MongoDB is a high-performance NoSQL database where each database has collections that in turn have documents. Each document has a different number of fields, size, content, and is stored in a JSON-like ...

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Python RegEx Tutorial

In this article, we will be looking at the REGEX module in Python. 1. What is REGEX? REGEX stands for Regular expressions. It is a string of characters that specifies a pattern, and we used regex for locating, matching, and managing text. Regular expressions use regular language, and Stephen Cole Kleene first developed regular language in 1951. The Syntax for ...

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Spring Boot with Caffeine Cache

Welcome, in this tutorial, we will see how to integrate Caffeine cache in a Spring boot application. Caffeine is a high-performance java8 based caching library and is similar to the in-memory cache provided by google guava api. 1. Introduction Before going further in this tutorial, we will look at the common terminology such as introduction to Spring Boot and Lombok. ...

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Java Swagger Parser Tutorial

In Java, a parser is a program or a library that takes in a file (JSON, XML, txt, etc) and converts it to java objects. In this article, we will see how to parse a swagger JSON file. 1. Introduction It is difficult to write parsers for unstructured data. For example, if you are receiving a text file that has ...

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CRUD Operations in Python on MySQL

Hello in this tutorial, we will understand how to perform CRUD operations to the MySQL server via python programming. 1. Introduction To connect with MySQL in python programming we have the following modules that are commonly available and known to the developer world as all these modules adhere to the python database API specification – MySQL Connector Python – It ...

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OpenCV Python Tutorial

In this article, we will explain OpenCV for Python through examples. 1.What is Computer Vision or CV Computer vision is a field that seeks to develop techniques to help an artificial system to extract information from images and videos. It tries to replicate parts of the human vision so a system can process, analyze, and make use of these pieces ...

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Splunk Calculated Fields Example

In this article we are going to show a Splunk Calculated Fields Example. 1. Introduction Splunk is software for searching, monitoring, and analyzing machine-generated data. Calculated fields are fields added to events at search time. In this example, I will demonstrate: How to add a calculated field via web interfaceHow to add a calculated field via the eval commandHow to manage ...

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Transactions in Spring

In this article we will explain Transaction in Spring. 1 What is a transaction? A transaction is a group of updates that are treated as an atomic unit: either all the updates must complete successfully, or none must complete. A classic example illustrating the need for such a thing as a transaction is that of a transfer of funds between ...

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