Apr 07, 2011 — 12 comments
This is a two-part video tutorial that shows how to create a nice-looking Ajax-enabled calendar with day/wee/month views in Java.
This is a step-by-step tutorial on how to create a Spring MVC event calendar using DHTMLX JavaPlanner web control. It covers the steps of the web control initialization, demonstrates how to populate the event calendar with data and define the logic for data loading and saving. Source code and a ready demo sample are included.
By following this step-by-step tutorial, you'll get an attractive Java event calendar with day, week and month views. The calendar is created with DHTMLX JavaPlanner web control. А free demo sample is available for download.
Java system library has two date classes one is java.sql.Date and other is java.util.Date , why do you have two date classes in java? because sql date mapped with ANSI SQL date object, it also highlight the main difference that sql date can not represent time details
Simple Java program which demonstrate How to convert local time to any time zone in Java. this time its GMT .
Short and quick tutorial to find current date and time in Java using DateFormat and SimpleDateFormat class and converting them into different timezones like GMT, UTC or any local timezone with detailed code example and explanation.
Its common requirement of a java web application to convert string to date , you can get string from xml document or any file or from database but when you want to show that string in front of user you want to show them as date and for that you need to format in a particular dateformat. This article explains some best ways to convert string to date and date to string on vearious date format e.g. ddMMyyyy or dd-MM-yyyy with simple examples.
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