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Struts Tiles Plugin in Eclipse Example

Struts Tiles framework is a layout framework, which allows users to maintain a standard look of the header, footer, and menu across all of the web pages efficiently. It is used for both page decorating and componentization. In this part, we will discuss the Tiles Framework and its integration with Struts2. Table Of Contents 1. Introduction 1.1 Struts Tiles Framework ...

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Hibernate Load Example

Hibernate Session provide different methods to fetch the data (or a single record) from the database. Two of them are – get() and load(). The functionality is similar but there is a difference between the ways they work. In this tutorial, we will demonstrate the use of load() method in Hibernate using the annotation based configuration. 1. Introduction 1.1 Hibernate ...

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Spring Caching Tutorial

Caching is crucial for today’s high-performance hungry applications. Adding Caching in a spring based application is rather trivial. In this tutorial, we will show you how to enable the data caching in a spring application by integrating the application with the popular EhCache framework. Table Of Contents 1. Introduction 1.1 Spring Framework 1.2 Spring Cache 1.3 EhCache 2. Spring Cache ...

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Java 9 Annotations Example

In this article we will cover the topic of annotations by way of some theory and a brief example using Java 9. We will cover what they are, their properties, their purpose and different types. The example code will demonstrate the application of an annotation processor using custom annotations on an interface to automatically generate a stub implementation of said interface. ...

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Spring Setter Injection Example

One of the most important development principles of the modern software design is the Dependency Injection (DI) which quite naturally flows out of another critically important principle called Modularity. This tutorial will explore a specific type of DI technique within the spring framework called Setter-Based Dependency Injection which simply injects the dependent objects into the client using a setter method. ...

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Reactive Java (RxJava) Tutorial: Advanced

Reactive Java or RxJava is an implementation and enhancement of the observer pattern. It was intended for use in event driven schemes where nesting synchronous or asynchronous callback methods becomes overly complex. It abstracts some of the more complex tasks associated with asynchronous operations including threading and concurrency. This example builds on the basics described in Part One of this ...

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IntelliJ IDEA Show File in Project View Example

In this article we will learn about Project View of IDEA IntelliJ. 1. Introduction IntelliJ is one of the most widely used Integrated Development Environment (IDE) by Java Developers. It is developed by JetBrains (formerly known as IntelliJ), and is available as an Apache 2 Licensed community edition and in a proprietary commercial edition. Both can be used for commercial development. ...

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Spring Batch Step by Step Example

Spring Batch is a lightweight, comprehensive batch framework designed to enable the development of the robust batch applications vital for the daily operations of the enterprise systems. In this post, we will create a simple Spring batch tutorial to read the data from the CSV to an XML file. Table Of Contents 1. Introduction 1.1 Spring Framework 1.2 Spring Batch ...

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Apache Ant Java Debug Example

In this example, we will discuss about Apache Ant Java Debug Example. Before we start with this article, it is expected to have knowledge of Java, Apache Ant, and software build and deployment process so that we understand the usage of Apache Ant. For more information about Apache Ant installation and configuration with a basic Java example, please refer to Apache ...

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Spring Constructor Injection Example

One of the most important development principles of the modern software design is the Dependency Injection (DI) which quite naturally flows out of another critically important principle called Modularity. This tutorial will explore a specific type of DI technique within the spring framework called Constructor-Based Dependency Injection which simply puts the required components into a class at the time of ...

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