(Michael Remijan) This post summarizes some quick and easy examples for the most common things you would want to do with the Java Beans Validation API (JSR 349, JSR 303). Remember, Beans Validation is independent of Java EE. Although it is built in as part of a Java EE compliant server, the API can
Tag: JSON / JAVA / XML
(gaurav_rwt) In this post, I will explain the gridview paging technique that has numeric paging as default along with custom first and last page.
(Pawe³ Szeliga) Read on to see a solution to the exceptions caused by functional programming with Java, and examples of how to implement it in your code.
(Nicolás Bevacqua) There’s a proposal in stage 1 for the Null Propagation operator. In this article we’ll take a look at the proposal, which offers an alternative to null checks ad nauseum.
(lukaseder) You know JDBC, right? It’s that really easy, concise API that we love to use to work with virtually any database, relational or not. It has essentially three types that you need to care about:
(Dennis Turpitka) A great set of features, even by default, is what made Outlook a popular e-mail client and personal information management system. However, as with any business-focused applications, there is often a need for additional functionality.
(Amit Mondal) While programming, we have all faced the most (in)famous NullPointerException. And I believe we all would agree that encountering NullPointerException is also a pain.
(Nikita D. Sinelnikov) Need to show XML to user, simplified and colorized – in PDF format – put me into Googling. And no correct answer: how to make pretty-viewable XML?
(Dustin Marx) As our series on Java CLIs continues, take a look at look at JOpt Simple, which supports fluent interfaces over annotations.