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How to Install and Use the Eclipse Marketplace Plugin

In this example, we will see how to install and use Eclipse Marketplace Client Plugin from within Eclipse IDE. 1. Introduction The Eclipse community has many third-party plugins and these plugins can be added to the individual Eclipse installation. But, in earlier version of Eclipse, this was not an easy way to discover and install these solutions from within Eclipse. ...

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Real-time Applications with AngularJS and Java – Part 3

1. Introduction This article is the last one of a series of three on real-time applications. In part 1, I have created a simple Task management application and implemented the Periodic Refresh AJAX pattern to make it feel as if the UI was updated in real-time when tasks were created. In part 2, I modified the project so only updated ...

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Real-time Applications with AngularJS and Java – Part 2

1. Introduction As the title of this article implies, this is the second part of how to create a real-time application using AngularJS and Java. The first part showed how to automatically refresh a page content using the periodic refresh AJAX design pattern. Here, I will show and explain the concept behind long polling. If you have not, I would suggest that ...

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Jetty OSGi Example

The OSGi specification defines a modularization and component model for Java applications. Jetty leverages OSGi support providing an infrastructure that enables developers to deploy Jetty and web applications inside an OSGi container. One can deploy traditional Java Web Applications or Context Handlers on Jetty within the OSGi container; in addition to this, OSGi bundles can be deployed as web applications. ...

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Introduction to JSF Facelets Templates

There are many times that we found ourselves dreaming of an available UI template to help us develop as fast as possible the web application that we are thinking of. JSF Facelets Templates is the solution for creating easy to extend and use UIs. Thus, we can reuse code and avoid recreating similarly constructed pages. Today’s example will demonstrate a ...

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JSF Internationalization Example

So, you want your web app to be famous all-over the world?! Then you obviously have to support multiple languages, something also known as i18n or internationalization in the software industry. Today’s example is a simple yet interesting guide according to JSF internationalization. Specifically, our sample application will be able to translate a message between English and Greek (there will ...

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JSF Standard Validators Example

Hey geeks, today we ‘re gonna talk about JSF Standard Validators. Just like any other framework, JSF is here to help us save time from common development tasks, such as form validations. We can obviously write our own, custom validators for our site’s forms, but there are some standard validators provided from JSF that handle checks for string lengths and ...

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Build Java EE Application with Ant and Eclipse Example

Now, that we have understood the basics of ANT in the previous example, we can now proceed to use the same, for building a Java EE Application. A typical Java Web-Application involves cleaning the old compiled Class and WAR files, re-compiling the source files, packaging it, into a WAR and finally, copying it into the deployment of the respective Web/Application ...

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Building Java Application with Ant and Eclipse Example

Apache ANT (Another Neat Tool) is an open-source & highly flexible Build Tool used for automated compiling, updating, testing & deploying Java Applications.One major advantage of ANT is that, it does not enforce any directory layout or other such coding conventions. In this example, we shall show how to use Apache Ant (1.9) with Eclipse IDE, to build a Java Application. So without further ado, ...

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