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Java Maps II
Java Maps II
In the last tutorial, we looked at creating maps. In this tutorial we are going to look at how to output maps. There are three different views that we might be interested in.
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Java Maps I
Java Maps I
A map is a collection that maintains a mapping of a key to a value.
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Working With Images In Android
Working With Images In Android
Learn to display and manipulate images in Android. Explore using ImageViews to display images. Use bitmaps to load and manipulate images in Android applications. Also see how to rotate and scale images.
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GMaps4JSF in the JSF 2.0 Ajax world
GMaps4JSF in the JSF 2.0 Ajax world
GMaps4JSF, a JavaServer Faces (JSF) mashup library, integrates Google Maps with JSF. Using GMaps4JSF, you can construct complex street view panoramas and maps with just a few JSF tags. This article explains how to configure GMaps4JSF inside JSF 2.0 applications, and includes a brief introduction to JSF 2.0 Ajax.
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Grails services and Google Maps
Grails services and Google Maps
Learn how to add maps to a Grails application using freely available APIs and Web services in this latest installment of Mastering Grails. Use the trip-planner sample application from previous installments and take it to the next level with geocoding, Google Maps, and Grails services.
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