Apr 07, 2011 — 5 comments
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.
This tutorial with a live demo is a booking calendar example of how table reservation for cafes and restaurants can be implemented in pure Java. Learn how to create an easy-to-use table booking system in Spring MVC using DHTMLX JavaPlanner web control. Code snippets, screenshots and a ready sample to download are provided.
This is a step-by-step tutorial on how to create a simple event calendar in the Struts Framework using DHTMLX JavaPlanner. You'll learn how to perform initialization of the web control, populate your event calendar with data from the database and define logic for data loading and saving. Code snippets and a ready Struts calendar demo package are provided.
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.
In general operating system's environment variables are key value pairs accessible from all install software programs and can affect the excecution of processes and programs and in this tutorial we will see how to access and set the value of environment variables.
Factory Method pattern is a widely used design pattern that applications written in all modern programming languages such as Java or C# base their structure and implementation.In brief Factory Method Pattern is a class that creates objects.In general with Factory Method we have an interface or an abstract class which has common state and functionality and that delegates its instantiation to its subclasses.
Facing error while updating ADT 23 in Eclipse Android bundle
In this article we will address how to protect an application running on a Tomcat server in Jelastic. We recommend two possible solutions on how to restrict access to your app by requesting the user authentication or just denying the access for specified IP addresses. You can choose one of them or use both methods together.
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.
A tutorial on how to compress and decompress files and folders using Java APIs
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