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Java exceptions
Posted in Java > General Java by tutorialgrub on Aug 13, 2011

An overview about Java exceptions, exception classes and how to implement them
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Use Ajax to help with the File Upload Process
Posted in Java > General Java by tutorialgrub on Aug 13, 2011

File upload is a basic function of today's Web portals. In this article, you will learn how to develop an Ajax-based file upload JSR 168-compliant portlet using DWR (Direct Web Remoting).
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Trace Analyzer for WebSphere Application Server
Posted in Java > Development by tutorialgrub on Aug 13, 2011

Diagnose problems in WebSphere deployments using the Trace Analyzer for Websphere Application Server, a graphical environment for analyzing trace logs in detail. As WebSphere is deployed in increasingly complex environments, oftentimes the only way to solve problems is to create trace logs to show the sequence of events leading to the problem.
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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.
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Extend the Eclipse SDK with Mylyn 2.0
Posted in Java > General Java by tutorialgrub on Aug 12, 2011

Now in release 2.0, Mylyn (formerly called Mylar) enhances productivity by seamlessly integrating tasks into Eclipse and automatically managing the context of those tasks as you work. Part 1 introduces Mylyn's task management facilities and integration with repositories such as Bugzilla, Trac, and JIRA. You'll learn how context management eases multitasking and reduces information overload in Part 2.
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Developing JavaFX with NetBeans on linux
Posted in Java > General Java by tutorialgrub on Aug 10, 2011

Here is a quick short tutorial on how to setup NetBeans + JavaFX 1.0 to run under linux for those that do not want to wait on sun releasing a penguin version of their SDK
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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.
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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.
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A simple and easy tutorial on UML
Posted in Java > Miscellaneous by tutorialgrub on Aug 07, 2011

Learn UML in simple and easy steps using tutorialspoint's UML tutorial
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Jikes Bytecode Toolkit
Posted in Java > Miscellaneous by tutorialgrub on Aug 06, 2011

Jikes Bytecode Toolkit is a 100% Java class library that enables Java programs to create, read, and write binary Java class files and to query and update a single, high-level representation of the collection of them, including relationships among them. These features allow the development of tools that report on what APIs the classes use, reorder and change instructions, merge or extend classes, add customized instrumentation (similar to profilers), analyze control and data flow, etc.
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