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MongoDB max() and min() Example

Hello readers, in this tutorial, we will see the max() and min() methods available in the Mongo database. 1. Introduction If you have installed the MongoDB application (version 3.6) on Windows or Ubuntu operating system and you wish to learn the max() and min() methods then follow the below steps. It is very simple, but before moving further let’s take ...

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Java XPathConstants Example

In this example, we will be discussing about Java class XPathConstants with an example. Before we start with this article, it is expected that we have a basic understanding of XML. In brief, XML stands for eXtensible Markup Language, which is designed to store and transport data. It is both human and machine readable. 1. Introduction XPath is a standard syntax recommended by ...

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MongoDB limit() and skip() Example

Hello readers, in this tutorial, we will see the limit() and the skip() methods available in the Mongo database. 1. Introduction If you have installed the MongoDB application (version 3.6) on Windows or Ubuntu operating system and you wish to learn the limit() and the skip() methods then follow the below steps. It is very simple, but before moving further ...

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MongoDB hint() Example

Hello readers, in this tutorial, we will see the hint() method available in the Mongo database. 1. Introduction If you have installed the MongoDB application (version 3.6) on Windows or Ubuntu operating system and you wish to learn the hint() method then follow the below steps. It is very simple, but before moving further let’s take a look at the ...

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MongoDB hasNext() and next() Example

Hello readers, in this tutorial, we will see the hasNext() and the next() methods available in the Mongo database. 1. Introduction If you have installed the MongoDB application (version 3.6) on Windows or Ubuntu operating system and you wish to learn the hasNext() and the next() methods then follow the below steps. It is very simple, but before moving further ...

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Spring Data JPARepository Example

1. Introduction Spring Data is a part of Spring Framework. It simplifies the data access process for both relational and non-relational databases. Java Persistence API (JPA) is Java’s standard API specification for object-relational mapping. Spring Data JPA is a part of Spring Data and it supports Hibernate 5, OpenJPA 2.4, and EclipseLink 2.6.1. Spring Data repository significantly reduces the amount of boilerplate code required to implement data access layers ...

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MongoDB explain() Example

Hello readers, in today’s world it is important to understand the information of a query plan. In Mongo world, it is pretty straightforward and in this tutorial, we will see the explain() method available in the Mongo database. 1. Introduction If you have installed the Mongo application (version 3.6) on Windows or Ubuntu operating system and you wish to learn ...

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MongoDB count() and itcount() Example

Hello readers, in today’s world it is useful to count the number of records in a database. In Mongo world, this is pretty straightforward! So in this tutorial, we will see the count() and itcount() methods available in the Mongo database. 1. Introduction If you have installed the MongoDB application (version 3.6) on Windows or Ubuntu operating system and you ...

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Vaadin Web Application Example in Java

1. Introduction A web application is an application program that is stored on a remote server and delivered over the Internet through a browser interface. Vaadin is a web application framework written in Java, and is built on Google Web Toolkit from Vaadin Ltd. It is designed for creating rich and interactive applications that run in the browser. By design, Vaadin is compatible with any Java ...

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Best Git Clients for Linux and Windows

1. What is a GIT Desktop client? GIT is a popular versioning system used for variety of projects ranging from a small web app to large enterprise scale applications. Developers comfortable with command line are accustomed to using GIT versioning using command line tools. However, at times, it becomes difficult to use command line in a large project. Moreover, with ...

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