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Introduction to Servlets
Posted in Java > JSP and Servlets by tutorialgrub on May 28, 2011

Step by step tutorial on introduction to Servlets
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Introduction to Java Server Pages – JSP
Posted in Java > JSP and Servlets by tutorialgrub on May 27, 2011

Step by step tutorial on introduction to JSP
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Scala presents functional programming for the object oriented
Posted in Java > General Java by tutorialgrub on May 16, 2011

The Java platform has historically been the province of object-oriented programming, but even Java language stalwarts are starting to pay attention to the latest old-is-new trend in application development: functional programming. Get introduced to Scala, a programming language that combines functional and object-oriented techniques for the JVM.
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Common Information Model Schema Converter
Posted in Java > Development by tutorialgrub on Apr 04, 2011

Discover the Common Information Model Schema Converter. This tool converts CIM schema defined by the Distributed Management Task Force into one compatible with the Windows Management Instrumentation Adapter format by means of the Managed Object Format language.
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Difference Between Java and C++
Posted in Java > Miscellaneous by tutorialgrub on Apr 04, 2011

Java and C++ are two major programming languages. Both have their own features. This short Tutorial will describe you difference between java and C++.
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Fluid Sync
Posted in Java > Application Building by tutorialgrub on Apr 04, 2011

Add multi-user collaboration or multi-device capabilities to your application using Fluid Sync, a java library. Applications become "fluid" in the sense that a running application can be spread to a new device. With Fluid Sync, each device has a copy of the application and a replica of the application state that a real-time synchronization protocol keeps consistent.
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Efficient data transfer through zero copy
Posted in Java > General Java by tutorialgrub on Apr 03, 2011

This article explains how you can improve the performance of I/O-intensive Java applications running on Linux and UNIX platforms through a technique called zero copy. Zero copy lets you avoid redundant data copies between intermediate buffers and reduces the number of context switches between user space and kernel space.
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Performance Analysis Tool for Java
Posted in Java > Development by tutorialgrub on Apr 03, 2011

Discover the Performance Analyzer for Java, a tool that automatically detects Java threads that consume large amounts of system resources on Windows. This tool does not employ profiling, has a low overhead dependency, and reduces the likelihood of possible down time when concurrently running the profiler.
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Script Your Java Application with JRuby, Jython, Groovy and JavaScript
Posted in Java > General Java by tutorialgrub on Apr 03, 2011

In Java 6 standard support for scripting engines was introduced (JSR 223). This covers the design and configuration needed to achieve a scriptable Java application.
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Framework for Java Database Connectivity
Posted in Java > Application Building by tutorialgrub on Apr 03, 2011

Find out how the Framework for Java Database Connectivity demonstrates the ease with which a Java application may be designed to access a source code repository using a relational query language, such as SQL. The design was made general enough to accommodate easy access to virtually any data source.
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