(Yegor Bugayenko) Java 9 sees some changes and new features added to it, but are they all for the best? See what’s in store for you, what might be good, and what might be not-so-good.
Tag: JSON / JAVA / XML
(Raj Kumar) After huge demand of my readers for this article, finally I get a chance to write this article. In this article, you will learn CRUD operations with model dialog using UI-Grid and Web API.
(Stefan Vincent Haug) This article explains the steps neccessary to include client-side validation using user- or custom culture information.
(Dustin Marx) Giles Winstanley‘s JCLAP (Java Command-Line Argument Parser) is the eighteenth library covered in this series of posts on Java-based command line processing libraries. This post’s examples are based on JCLAP 1.4, which requires Java 8.
Angular 1.5 recently introduced components, a feature also available in Angular 2.
(Muhammad Sarwar) Bring your JAR file to Ubuntu as a service using this example service wrapper. See how to make it work, including automatic starts and logging tips.
(Jin Sun Park) Microsoft Azure is a cloud computing service that allows users to create, manage, and deploy applications. The advantage of using serverless computing is that the infrastructure on which the application runs on is abstracted from the developer.
(David McGahey) Manually comparing versions of a long XML Schema or document to find any differences would be a tedious and error-prone task. XMLSpy has long featured file comparison with highlighted differences in side-by-side windows with merging in either direction.
(Ankit Sahu) I’m creating a simple Comment Box web application using Angular 1.0.7.
(Alex Theedom) The Java API for JSON Processing 1.0 (JSR 353) is a low level, lightweight JSON parser, and generator that provides that capacity to manipulate JSON data at the property and value level.