November 27, 2014
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Creating a JDBC GUI Application

Create a simple CRUD application with Swing, JavaFX, QtJambi, and SWT to get a taste of GUI from the perspective of a JDBC programmer.

Getting Started with the Vaadin Framework

Learn about Vaadin, a new, implicit framework for creating rich internet applications in Java.

Doing Garbage Collection in Java

Write your Java programs to leverage JVM's garbage collection.

Top Ten Untrodden Areas of Java

Explore ten of the lesser treaded alleys of Java and learn about Java's diverse features and API library.

Fundamentals of Thread Safety in Java

Consider thread safety and concurrency at the same level of importance.

Implementing Behavioral Patterns in Java

A well-designed systems works with the synergy of not only object composition but also pattern composition. Learn to use Java to develop behavioral patterns.

Implementing Structural Patterns in Java

Learn more about the Creational design pattern, which handles the process of object creation in Java from one or more classes.

How to Create Database Reports Through JasperReport

JasperReport is ideal to publish reports from the application that uses data from the back-end database, but how do we program them? Manoj Debnath shows you how with three sample applications that demonstrate a few of the ways a report can be generated using the JasperReport library.

Integrating Hibernate and Spring

Learn how to be become more productive by integrating Hibernate in your Spring applications.

How to Implement Database Relationship in Hibernate

The crux of the relational database management system is in the idea of establishing relationship among entities. Discover how Hibernate allows you to model association between entities from Java code, without bothering with the SQL.

Using the ORM Tool in a Simple JDBC Program

Learn how ORM (Object Relational Mapping) can help map objects into a database as if you were no longer working with records of the relational model but objects in an object oriented model.

Working with the JDBC RowSet API

The RowSet interface is an extension of JDBC ResultSet and is a part of the javax.sql package. Read on to learn what RowSet is all about and how to implement it in Java.

Creating Data Centric Applications with JSP Servlet

JSP, Servlet and JDBC are a popular combination for creating dynamic web pages and applications with extensive data processing. Read on to learn more.

Manipulating a Database with JDBC

Learn how to manipulate database records with the help of the Java Database Connectivity (JDBC) API.

JDBC Application Design Consideration

JDBC acts as a translator between Java applications and the native language of a database. Learn how the JDBC driver paves the way into the application design consideration of database programming in Java.

XML Processing in Java EE 7

Manoj Debnath provides an overview of how to parse XML documents using JAXB, SAX, and DOM.

Getting Started with MOM in JMS

JMS is the Java EE API that deals with the concept of MOM and helps in creating the enterprise messaging system to produce and consume asynchronous messages. Manoj Debnath shows you how.

Microsoft, Azul Partner to Bring OpenJDK to Windows Azure

Microsoft and Azul systems announced a partnership to deliver an OpenJDK build on Windows Azure.

Implement Data Indexing and Search with Lucene and Solr

Indexing and searching data stored across multiple file formats? Try the powerful combination of the Lucene search library and the Solr search application.

Java Tip: Inside the Connection Pool Logic of Java App Servers

Here is some Java code that provides the same connection pool logic that application servers deliver.

SpringSource Boosts Java Data Management with GemStone Buy
Data management vendor acquisition will help to bring cloud-level data scale for Java applications.

Extend JXPath to Generate Results in a Custom Data Model
Go beyond processing XPath language expressions over XML data. Extend the Java JXPath API to derive a custom data model.

Use Spring Batch's 'Chunk' Processing for Large Data Sets
Sometimes data sets are too large to process in-memory. Learn how to implement a better approach in Java: Spring Batch's "chunk" processing.

Back to Basics: Understanding How Java 6 Programs Work
The Java application and the applet are two distinct types of program. They have several important differences in the way they function and the way you create them. Learn the differences and how to create both in Java 6.

Implement Java Connection Pooling with JDBC
When you keep database connection pools initialized and ready to use, you effectively can grab an object from one, use the object to get your work/task executed, and then return the object to the pool.

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