October 26, 2016
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An Amazingly Easy Way to Consume Android APIs with Retrofit
Learn to use Retrofit to make creating and consuming Android APIs much more manageable.
Tags : XML, JSON, REST, API, Android, HTTP, POJO, Retrofit, OkHttp, GSON, RESTclient
Using Microservices via RestExpress
Learn to develop an application based on RestExpress. You will upload Java sources to obtain the compilation results.
Tags : MongoDB, Web services, XML, Java EE, Maven, NetBeans, Microservices, RestExpress, JWT, Netty, Apache ZooKeeper
Explore the Java API for JSON Processing
Java has never lacked support for JSON processing. In this article, the specific interest lies in the core API group.
Tags : JavaScript, XML, JSON, Java EE 7, XML programming, Java APIs, object model, streaming model
What Is Hazelcast?
Read through a brief introduction into the Hazelcast world.
Tags : XML, JAR, messaging, consumer, node, subscribers, hazelcast, Queue
How to Manage Data Persistence with MongoDB and JPA
Learn how to use the Hibernate OGM framework in dealing with a NoSQL database such as MongoDB.
Tags : Java, NoSQL, MongoDB, database, XML, EJB, JPA, CDI, Hibernate, CRUD, JTA, data persistence, OGM
How to Use Android Data Binding
Walk through how the new data binding library helps simplify working with data in Android applications.
Tags : XML, Android, library, android studio, Gradle, Android applications, data binding, Google IO 2015
Working with Android View Animation in Apps
Walk through the basics of using view animations in Android applications.
Tags : XML, Android, applications, animation, android studio, view animation, property animation, tween animation, frame animation
Using JSTL to Enhance JSP Functionality
Explore some of the key aspects of JSTL that highlight the convenience of using it over scriplets.
Tags : MySQL, JSP, SQL, XML, Business logic, JSTL, Java Server Pages, scriplet, Expression Language, Java beans
Working with the Android Picker Control to Select Date and Time
In this article, readers will learn about working with common input controls available for use in Android applications.
Tags : UI, user interface, XML, Android, android studio, Android Picker Control
Understanding User Interface Layout and UI Components for Android Apps
This article walks developers through the fundamentals of how the User Interface layout works on the Android platform.
Tags : user interface, XML, Android, widgets, user interface design, Android app, android studio, viewgroup
Down and Dirty: Understanding the Actor Model
Learn to use the Actor Model in your programming. It will make life simpler.
Tags : XML, JSON, Protocol Buffers, asynchronous, actors, Actor Model, send message, autonomous
Parsing and Creating JSON with Go
Go's support for JSON is from the encoding/json library. We'll look into parsing JSON first then we'll see how to create JSON data.
Tags : JavaScript, XML, JSON, REST, XML Parser, Go, RFC 7159, ECMA-404, marshal
Creating a Graphical Report in JasperReport
Focus on creating a simple graphical report in JasperReport with the help of a few third-party libraries.
Tags : Java, Linux, XML, Windows, HTML, PDF, APIs, CSV, font, JasperReport, graphical report, XLS
RAD Application Development with Grails
Explore some of the features that make the Grails platform suitable for a rapid Web application development.
Tags : Java, Linux, XML, Windows, MVC, HTML, RAD, Grails, CRUD, GORM, Scaffolding
Explore Core Features of Reflection and Its Utility in Java
Discover some of reflection's core areas of the API with a few examples to implement them in programming.
Tags : Java, XML, API, class, Reflection, Java Serialization, serialize, deserialize, constructor
Drawing Objects on Android App Maps
In this article, we will learn how to draw objects such as lines and circles on Google Maps in Android applications.
Tags : Java, Google Maps, XML, Android, Google Maps APIs, geocode, Android App Maps
RESTful Services - Best Practices on Consuming APIs
In this article, author Vipul Patel walks the readers through the best practices for consuming RESTful services.
Tags : XML, JSON, API, SOAP, SSL, SOAP API, REST API, RESTful, RESTful API, idempotent, eTag
Using Webview in Android Applications
In this article, Android enthusiasts will learn the basics about the WebView control and use it in a simple Android application.
Tags : Java, XML, Android, android studio, WebView
Developing Mobile Applications in .NET with Xamarin
Learn how to develop cross-platform applications with Xamarin and Visual Studio.
Tags : .NET, XML, Android, Visual Studio, Windows 7, mobile applications, Xamarin, Android SDK, Xamarin.Mobile, mobile application platforms, AXML
Ten Tips to Working with Hibernate
Here are ten great tips to make working with Hibernate more productive.
Tags : Java, annotations, caching, SQL, XML, proxy, query, Hibernate, POJO, flushing
XML Processing in Java EE 7
Manoj Debnath provides an overview of how to parse XML documents using JAXB, SAX, and DOM.
Tags : XML, Java EE, XSLT, Java EE 7
Define Factories in Spring XML Using Method Injection
Use the power of ServiceLocatorFactoryBean to define conditional factories in Spring XML without any of the usual method injection limitations.
Tags : XML, Spring
Java Tip: Dynamically Update SimpleViewer Galleries
Here's a stateless session bean that dynamically updates the gallery.xml document in SimpleViewer.
Tags : Java, XML
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.
Tags : Java, XML, XPath, XQuery, JXPath
Using Randomization in Java Unit Testing
Using randomization in your Java unit tests is easy and not as time consuming as you think. Plus, it will increase the value of your tests in the short and long term.
Tags : Java, XML, TDD, Unit Testing, Mock Objects
Parsing XML with Hpricot, a Gem of a Ruby Gem
Take heart XML-weary Ruby developers, Ruby's powerful Hpricot library can parse and manipulate XML with amazing flexibility and ease.
Tags : open source, Ruby, XML, XML Parser
Manipulate XML File Data Using C#
Learn how to display, add, edit, and delete data from a single XML file by using C# console applications. With a little effort, you can implement these techniques in Windows-based applications.
Tags : .NET, XML, programming, C#

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