Tag: JSON / JAVA / XML
(Bob Starbird) As a MarkLogic developer, I often use Postman to send requests to the MarkLogic server. MarkLogic Server can fit into an architecture in a variety of ways.
(Jeff Friesen) Part 2 of this four-part series on Java SE Web services showed how to use the JAX-WS API to develop SOAP-based Web services. JAX-WS also supports RESTful-based Web services, which this article shows how to develop. It first defines and then builds and runs a library Web service, and n
(Tomasz Nurkiewicz) RxJava is missing a factory to create an infinite stream of natural numbers. Such a stream is useful e.g. when you want to assign unique sequence numbers to possibly infinite stream of events by zipping both of them:
(Alex Theedom) In this article, you will find out about the history of the Java EE ecosystem: Where it came from and how it has changed over the last few decades. You will discover the major milestones in its development from J2EE 1.2 to its current incarnation Java EE 7 and we will peek into the fu
(Saineshwar Bageri) In this article, we are going to learn how to use Client side Grid (DataTables Grid) with ASP.NET Core MVC in a step by step way. A few months back, while interviewing for my company, I asked most of the developers what kind of Grids they were using in their current project.
(Member 13050046) Facing difficulties in IndexedDB operations? Want to learn a simple techique to perform CRUD operations with ease? Well, you have come across a right article. Cheers!!
(Victoria Farber) A good data validation strategy is an important part of every application development project. Being able to consolidate and generalize validation using a proven framework can significantly improve the reliability of your software, especially over time.