(Jeff Friesen) Java interfaces are different from classes, and it’s important to know how to use their special properties in your programs.
Tag: JSON / JAVA / XML
(Reinout Korbee) The FileBasedCollection was developed to store more elements in a collection than the memory can hold. This is not necessarily big data, but it is a technique to deal with a lot of data.
(Jeff Friesen) Barring further delays, Java 9 will reach general availability status on July 27. Its module system and Java Shell Read-Eval-Print Loop (REPL) tool are receiving considerable attention, but Java 9 also offers additional enhancements that will make this release memorable.
(Vignesh Mani) This article explains how to call the ASP.NET Web API in same domain using AJAX in asimple and step by step way. We can deploy and use our Web API in the same domain as well as cross-domain.
(Michael Redlich) Netflix recently introduced Hollow, a Java library and toolkit designed to efficiently cache datasets not characterized as “big data.” Such datasets may be metadata for e-commerce and search engines, or in the case of Netflix, metadata about movies and TV shows.
(Raj Kumar) Before moving ahead, I would recommend you read my previous articles which explain how to install npm and add other mandatory files.
(Markus Eisele) Moving to a microservices architecture is not just a matter of replacing method calls with HTTP requests. Welcome to the world of containers, reactive stacks, and more.
(Arun Gupta) There is plenty of material on microservices, just google it! I gave a presentation on refactoring monolith to microservices at Devoxx Belgium a couple of years back and it has good reviews:
(James Sinclair) I’ve been working a lot with a legacy code-base lately. And this one is particularly troublesome. It has all the hallmarks of a rush job.