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Java Tutorials

Java » Performance — almost 8 years ago
Java tutorial of quick practical tips to improve performance of Java application which has database in back end. database is main source of slowness and by minimizing database calls, improving query performance by introducing indexes, using preparedStatement you can improve performance of Java application.
Java » Performance — over 6 years ago
Compressing web pages with gzip can have significant effects on website performance.With gzip web pages are compressed before server response is sent to the browser and in this way bandwidth usage is decreased a lot. With Ehcache we can achieve gzip compression with more than one ways.
Java » Performance — almost 11 years ago
This chapter shows how to use the Guvnor rule editor to write sophisticated rules and get information in and out of our rules. It demonstrates how to create the fact model needed to do this. We import our new fact model into the Guvnor and then build a guided rule around it and finally test our rule as a way of making sure that it runs correctly.
Java » Swing and AWT — over 11 years ago
This tutorial helps users understand the fundamentals of Java GUI, it can help them use techniques in different programs and introduces 2 different LayoutManagers to make a Calculator interface which look similar to the Windows Calculator
Java » Swing and AWT — about 10 years ago
Introduces JFrames, JPanels, LayoutManagers, JTextFields and JButtons to create a simple Calculator GUI.
Java » Swing and AWT — almost 6 years ago
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Java » Swing and AWT — almost 5 years ago
Today we are going to add more functionality to our User Interface by making our buttons work. In my last article on Java we learnt how to add buttons but today we will add Action Listeners to make them work. To do this, We will be writing a Java Application that adds, divides and multiplies. Just a small calculator, nothing special.
Java » Swing and AWT — almost 5 years ago
This is a continuation of our previous post on creating a simple graphical user interface in java. Today, we are going to add buttons to the interface to improve the look and feel.
Java » Swing and AWT — over 6 years ago
Creating a REAL Splash Screen in Java using NetBeans IDE. Showing a Progress bar and text while your app loads resources.
Java » Swing and AWT — almost 12 years ago
Java 6 tries hard to make Java applications easier to integrate in the desktop environment of various platforms. One of such welcome attempts is the new java.awt.Desktop class adapted from JDIC (JDesktop Integration Components).
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