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Java Tutorials

Java » Security — over 9 years ago
This chapter shows how JBoss portal blends the dynamism and rich functionality offered by AJAX with its strong portal architecture, to provide users with choices for developing highly-functional portal applications. It also discusses the limitations of the current specification and walks through an example that shows how easy it is to develop and deploy AJAX-based portlets.
Java » JSP and Servlets — over 9 years ago
In this tutorial you will learn more about the OGNL expression language and the syntax for accessing the Java Collections like Arrays, Lists and Maps.
Java » Object Oriented Programming — over 8 years ago
Do you have a program with database connection and you want to be able to backup the database from within the program? Here is a fast way to do it, with mysqldump
Java » Frameworks — over 8 years ago
Introduction to singleton design pattern, one of the widely used design pattern in OOP world.
Java » JSP and Servlets — about 9 years ago
Intro to Spring MVC
Java » Basics — over 7 years ago
Introduces how Java manages and manipulates data, in the form of Objects and Classes. Covers how to create objects and how to manage them, including when they are destroyed. Introduces topics such as Scope and Constructors among others.
Java » Basics — about 4 years ago
Using a Java fxml project in Eclipse project.
Java » Basics — almost 3 years ago
Want to start the multithreaded programming? Before starting you need to know what is Thread and what is the life cycle of the Thread. Thread having different states and life cycle methods. To know about the thread you can Visit my last post Java Thread Example. Here we will talk about the life-cycle of the Thread. For more visit the link.
Java » Object Oriented Programming — over 10 years ago
A static nested class is a regular class defined inside of a package level class or inside of another static nested class. They are actually defined inside the body of the parent class, not only in the same file.
Java » JSP and Servlets — over 6 years ago
Both Application Server and web server are part of J2EE Stack and used to host Java applications. An important difference between application Server and web server is that former supports EJB while later doesn't support EJB. example of various applications servers are Glassfish, Webshhere WAS, Weblogic etc
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