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JavaFX WebView Example

This is a JavaFX WebView Example. JavaFX provides a web component that can be used as an embedded web browser in a JavaFX application. It is based on WebKit, which is an open source web browser engine. It supports: Viewing HTML5 content with CSS and JavaScript Access to the DOM of the HTML content Browsing history maintenance Executing JavaScript code ...

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Apache Tomcat Interview Questions and Answers

Apache Tomcat and the Apache httpd server, were created for two different tasks but sometimes We can confuse the functionality of each other just because they could solve the same problems. Table Of Contents 1. Introduction 2. General questions 3. Tomcat internals 4. Servlets 5. Tomcat configuration files 6. Tomcat connectors 7. Tomcat and other servers 8. Tomcat components 9. ...

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How to install plugin in Eclipse

Eclipse is a platform that has been designed from the ground up for building integrated web and application development tooling. 1. Introduction By design, the platform does not provide a great deal of end user functionality by itself. The value of the platform is what it encourages: rapid development of integrated features based on a plug-in model. Eclipse provides a ...

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Is Hadoop a database?

In this article we will try to address the one of the most asked question by beginners in the Apache Hadoop and Big Data ecosystem. That is Is Hadoop a Database? or more specifically Is Hadoop Relational Database? 1. Is Hadoop a database No Hadoop is not a database, to understand the difference we need to understand what exactly a ...

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How to Close an Application Properly

In order to close Java program we need to consider which kind of Java application is it?, because termination of Java application varies between normal core java program to swing GUI application. In general all Java programs terminate automatically once all user threads created by program finishes its execution, including main thread. 1. Introduction JVM doesn’t wait for daemon thread ...

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Eclipse Web Development Tutorial

The Web development environment provides the tools we need to develop Web applications as defined in the Sun Microsystems Java™ Servlet 2.3 Specification and the Sun Microsystems JSP 1.2 Specification. Web applications can be simple (consisting of only static Web pages) or they can be more advanced and include JavaServer Pages (JSP) files and Java servlets. These resources, along with ...

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JavaFX TreeTableView Example

This is a JavaFX TreeTableView Example. The TreeTableView control combines the features of the TableView and TreeView controls. It displays a TreeView inside a TableView. A TreeView is used to view hierarchical data. A TableView is used to view tabular data. A TreeTableView is used to view hierarchical data in a tabular form. The following table shows an overview of ...

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Apache Tomcat Error Troubleshooting Tutorial

The Apache Tomcat® software is an open source implementation of the Java Servlet, JavaServer Pages, Java Expression Language and Java WebSocket technologies. 1. The tools Apache Tomcat 8 2. Introduction In this article We are going to discover some techniques to dig and troubleshoot errors on the Apache Tomcat Server. 3. Prerequisites JDK 8 Installed Tomcat 8 installed and running ...

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Java Swingx Game Example

1. Introduction Swing is a GUI widget toolkit for Java. It is part of Oracle’s Java Foundation Classes (JFC) – an API for providing a graphical user interface (GUI) for Java programs. Swing was developed to provide a more sophisticated set of GUI components than the earlier Abstract Window Toolkit (AWT). JAVA provides a rich set of libraries to create ...

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JavaFX Input Event Example

This is a JavaFX Input Event example. An input event indicates a user input, for example, clicking the mouse, pressing a key, touching a touch screen, and so forth. JavaFX supports many types of input events. All input event-related classes are in the javafx.scene.input package. The InputEvent class is the superclass of all input event classes. Typically, nodes execute the ...

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