|Gourmet Java technology for Android applications|
Posted in Java > Application Building by tutorialgrub on Nov 29, 2011
Java language is the tool of choice for Android developers. The Android runtime uses its own virtual machine, Dalvik, which is not the usual Java virtual machine that most Java developers are used to. In this article you will learn advanced Java features and how they are implemented on Android. This includes features such as concurrency, networking, and database access.
|Create Flex 4 and Java Web applications|
Posted in Java > Application Building by tutorialgrub on Nov 21, 2011
Rich Internet Applications (RIAs) often utilize different bundled technologies. Choosing the right grouping of technologies can expedite development time. Discover how to use Java EE platform components on the server side, the Adobe Flex platform on the client side, and the MySQL database server for storage persistence.
|Deep-protocol analysis of UNIX networks|
Posted in Java > Application Building by tutorialgrub on Nov 15, 2011
Some UNIX protocols need investigation to understand what they are doing and what information they are exchanging. In this article, we will take a look at techniques for performing detailed analysis of the protocols in use on your UNIX network.
|log4j tutorial for beginners|
Posted in Java > Application Building by tutorialgrub on Nov 07, 2011
Log4j is a popular logging package written in Java.
|Create a pureQuery Application using Spring|
Posted in Java > Application Building by tutorialgrub on Sep 04, 2011
Spring is an open source Java/J2EE application framework that offers higher level data access features like transaction management, resource management, and Data Access Object hierarchies. This tutorial guides you in creating a pureQuery application that uses the Spring Framework's Data Access features. Integrating Spring with pureQuery leads to simpler application development and maintenance experience.
|Test performance of e-business apps using FoCus|
Posted in Java > Application Building by tutorialgrub on Aug 15, 2011
Discover FoCuS, a tool that implements the functional coverage methodology and improves testing of applications by providing detailed information on the areas in which testing is lacking. Functional coverage refers to testing the performance of an e-business application and making sure that the design of the test covers every aspect of what the application is meant to do.
|Build a Web application using Grails and Flex|
Posted in Java > Application Building by tutorialgrub on Aug 12, 2011
You don't have to write any SQL to create a database or to read and write from it. Grails makes it much easier to map URLs to Groovy code, invoke services and create XML for the Web service, which is easily consumed by a Flex front end. Learn how to create a clean MVC architecture on the front end and how to use many sophisticated features of Flex, like E4X, data-binding, states, and custom components. In this article you will see how easy it is to create a Web service with Grails.
|Socially mixing Groovy, Twitter, Google, and a bit of Ajax|
Posted in Java > Application Building by tutorialgrub on Aug 09, 2011
In this article, learn how to build a social network with Google Maps, Twitter, Groovy, and Ajax. By combining a Google Map with location information that Twitter exposes, you can create a mashup that allows people to view Twitter in light of a particular location. The simple application this article builds with open APIs, and a bit of imagination, will open yourself up to a whole new world of social applications development. The possibilities are endless. The rest is up to you.
|Creating Flickr mashups with JavaFX|
Posted in Java > Application Building by tutorialgrub on Aug 08, 2011
JavaFX empowers developers to leverage the Java platform to create RIAs. Flickr offers RESTful Web services that can be called from any code, including JavaFX code. In this article, See how JavaFX lets you tap into popular Web services such as Flickr and how you can use it to create interactive user interfaces. Along the way, get a taste of the new capabilities that JavaFX brings to client-side development.
|Power-Lift with JSF and Dojo widgets|
Posted in Java > Application Building by tutorialgrub on Aug 02, 2011
By leveraging JSF with Dojo technologies, you gain the strengths of both technologies. On the server side, the benefits include end-to-end lifecycle management for components, back-end bean data binding, and event handling. On the client side, you can utilize Dojo's rich widgets, live animations (such as fade and slide), and drag-and-drop. This article explains this process and describes how you can easily build Web applications to give your users a better experience.
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