|JAR File Tutorials|
Posted in Java > Development by tutorialgrub on Aug 06, 2011
If you are running a Java application and receiving an java.lang.ClassNotFoundException error, it is most likely that your application requires a 3rd party JAR file. How can you find the required JAR file name contains the missing class? And where you should go to download the required JAR file?
|Eclipse DLTK IDE for Perl, Python, and PHP scripting|
Posted in Java > General Java by tutorialgrub on Aug 04, 2011
Eclipse presents a wealth of capabilities for building tools for compiled languages like C and the Java programming language, but provides little support for scripting languages like Perl, Python, and PHP. For these and similar languages, the Eclipse Dynamic Languages Toolkit (DLTK) comes to the rescue. This tutorial Walks you through the process of building a DLTK-based IDE and provides sample code for each step.
|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.
|Converting Lotus Notes apps to use Lotus Notes 8 Java|
Posted in Java > Application Building by tutorialgrub on Jul 31, 2011
This article describes how to convert a Lotus Notes application to a Java application, using the Personal Journal application as an example. You can apply this technique to convert other Lotus Notes templates so that they can have the look and feel of the Lotus Notes 8 personal information management, or PIM (Mail, Calendar, Contacts), applications.
|JAR Class Finder|
Posted in Java > Miscellaneous by tutorialgrub on Jul 27, 2011
JAR Class Finder is a WSAD/Eclipse plug-in utility for finding JAR files containing a given class for the Java build path of a project and for helping to fix NoClassDefFound exceptions. This utility helps users to quickly and easily resolve ClassDefNotFound exceptions, which commonly occur during run time. It can also be used to avoid getting such errors if used before run time.
|Using Java to read bar codes|
Posted in Java > Miscellaneous by tutorialgrub on Jul 26, 2011
This article takes a new look at UPC symbols and bar codes, and describes how you can use Java to read information from a UPC bar code. The authors explain how to expedite and organize your enterprise operations that revolve around an IBM DB2 database. The sample application described in the article includes downloadable code.
|Data Wizard for Java|
Posted in Java > Miscellaneous by tutorialgrub on Jul 25, 2011
Data Wizard for Java is a tool for building a simple graphical user interface (GUI) that makes it easy to collect necessary data. This tool enables the building of data wizard applications using only a scripting scenario in an XML format. Data Wizard for Java can help to produce a GUI by using a simple script to describe the necessary input parameters and the required tools or utilities to be called.
|An introduction to neural networks|
Posted in Java > Miscellaneous by tutorialgrub on Jul 20, 2011
Neural nets may be the future of computing. A good way to understand them is with a puzzle that neural nets can be used to solve. Suppose that you are given 500 characters of code that you know to be C, C++, Java, or Python. Now, construct a program that identifies the code's language. One solution is to construct a neural net that learns to identify these languages. This article discusses the basic features of neural nets and approaches to constructing them so you can apply them in your own coding.
|Building a live news blogging system in JSP|
Posted in Java > JSP and Servlets by tutorialgrub on Jul 20, 2011
A series of tutorials on building a live news blogging system. Developed using HTML5, CSS3, jQuery and JSP for backend.
|Servlet Filters – Beginner’s Guide|
Posted in Java > JSP and Servlets by tutorialgrub on Jun 12, 2011
Step by step tutorial on introduction to Servlet Filters
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