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Spring IO Platform

In this article, we’re going to discuss Spring IO Platform, a version management tool used in the Spring Framework environment. Also, we’ll see how to use it together with Spring Boot. 1. Introduction Spring IO Platform brings together the core Spring APIs into a cohesive platform for modern applications. Also, It provides curated versions of numerous projects in the Spring ...

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Spring Boot Version

In this article, we’ll see some information about Java Spring Boot versions and how to build a project using Maven and Gradle. 1. Introduction Spring Boot is one of the most used Java frameworks nowadays. This powerful tool helps developers to quickly implement and deliver an application with the best practices, using a consistent integration between all his libraries and ...

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Apache Maven Rat Plugin Tutorial

In this tutorial, we will learn about the Apache Rat tool and the Apache Maven Rat Plugin for Java applications. We will also see how to integrate the plugin into the verify phase of the Maven build lifecycle. Lastly, we will configure the plugin to detect and approve our custom license headers. 1. What is Apache Rat? Apache Rat is ...

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Apache Maven Felix Plugin Tutorial

In this tutorial, we will explore the Apache Maven Felix plugin and see how it can be used to build OSGi bundles. We will talk about OSGi fundamentals followed by developing an example built using the Maven Felix Plugin. Lastly, we will install and run our bundles on the appropriate platform. 1. Introduction Writing the MANIFEST.MF file manually is quite ...

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Spring Boot Oracle Connection Example

This article is a Spring Boot Oracle Connection Example. Oracle (Oracle database/RDBMS) is a proprietary multi-model database management system made and marketed by Oracle Corporation. It’s one of the most popular databases used in the world. This article will show you how to connect Spring Boot to an Oracle database. 1. Tools and Requirements Oracle XE free download – requires ...

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Java Build Tools: Ant vs. Maven vs. Gradle

In this tutorial, we will compare the Java build tools such as ant, maven and gradle. These tools can be used for unit testing and building web applications. 1. Overview We will take a look at different java build tools such as Ant, Maven and Gradle. Table Of Contents 1. Overview 2. Java Build Tools Comparison 2.1. Prerequisites 2.2. Download ...

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Java EE Bean Validation Example

1. Introduction Hi Java Code Geeks fan! This article is about a Java EE Bean Validation Example. One coding practice that we should do is to always validate variables before using. In this example we validate the input received from the user to maintain data integrity. Maintaining data integrity is an important part of application logic. Validating data can take ...

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WebLogic Maven Plugin Example

This article discusses Weblogic(J2EE application server) plugin for Maven, a robust build and dependency manager. 1. Introduction WebLogic is a J2EE application server and also an HTTP web server for Unix, Linux, Microsoft Windows, and other platforms. WebLogic supports Oracle, DB2, Microsoft SQL Server, and other JDBC-compliant databases. It provides a standard set of APIs for creating distributed Java applications ...

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JAX-WS Dependencies Example

In this post, we present a JAX-WS web services example using Maven dependency configuration. 1. Introduction Java API for XML Web Services (JAX-WS) uses XML files for configuring services and for exchanging data. JAX-WS is generally used for SOAP-based messaging. It relies on Java API for XML Binding (JAXB) to marshal and unmarshal Java objects to XML documents and the reverse. You ...

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Java Servlet Hello World Example

Servlets are essentially the first and main technology in Java world capable of dynamic page generation, now in its version 4.0 (released on September 2017). The term suggests a new way to receive HTTP requests, process them and return the proper response to the clients, all of that through the extension of a server or a web container capabilities, such ...

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