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Java Tutorials

Java » File Management — 10 months ago
A tutorial on how to compress and decompress files and folders using Java APIs
Java » Best Practices — 10 months ago
Today we’ll focus on how an EJB remote client works with Java Bean deployed to Jelastic. This tutorial has been prepared for those readers who have some knowledge of Enterprise Java Beans technology.
Java » Security — 10 months ago
A tutorial on how to create xml digital signatures
Java » Frameworks — 10 months ago
Apache TomEE provides you with the best technology stack that can be deployed to a simple Java EE container. It’s lightweight and at the same time is a full-blown application server, which remains simple and avoids architecture overhead. In the following tutorial you’ll learn the basics of web application development with the help of the Apache Struts framework, which is an absolutely free open-source solution for creating Java web apps.
Java » Frameworks — 10 months ago
A tutorial on how to use RestEasy with MongoDB in order to create RESTful web services
Java » Basics — 11 months ago
Previously we showed you how to schedule MySQL and MariaDB backups in the Jelastic Cloud, and now it’s time for a NoSQL solution. This tutorial is focused on creating an automatic MongoDB backup with the help of a cron scheduler.
Java » Security — 11 months ago
Data encryption in java is quite simple and Java Cryptographic Extension framework enables you to encrypt data in different widely accepted algorithms.
Java » Basics — 11 months ago
Learn how to run a few domain names on the Java application server GlassFish, which combines enterprise-class capabilities with open source cost efficiency. It’s an enterprise-ready application server with true interoperability and a wide range of features including superior documentation, administration, and configuration.
Java » Best Practices — 11 months ago
You can easily run Atlassian Confluence in a clustered environment instead of a single server in the cloud, so that clients can connect to any copy and see the same information. Such a clustered configuration provides scaling under the load, i.e. a single installation of Confluence cluster serves a much greater number of concurrent requests than a single server. It greatly improves performance for organizations that demand higher availability or have a large number of concurrent users.
Java » Frameworks — 11 months ago
Learn the JavaServer Faces (JSF) basics in a few minutes.
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