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A Detailed Insight Into Self-Sizing Table Cells in iOS8 - Java tutorial


If creating beautiful table views is on your mind then a detailed knowledge about UITableView development is a must for you. Although Apple has been introducing something or the other with each of its
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Use XStream to serialize Java objects into XML
Use XStream to serialize Java objects into XML
XML serialization has a myriad of uses, including object persistence and data transport. XStream is an easy-to-use open source Java library for serializing Java objects to XML and back again. Learn how to set up XStream, and discover how to use it to serialize and deserialize objects as well as to read configuration properties from an XML configuration file.
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Turning streams inside out
Turning streams inside out
Add more versatility to your existing Java framework. The same framework supports file access, network access, character conversion, compression, encryption and so forth. This article presents a framework that lets an application efficiently read data from a source that only supports writing data to an output stream.
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Robots, mazes, and subsumption architecture with Java
Robots, mazes, and subsumption architecture with Java
Find out how to create light-seeking and maze-navigating virtual robots in the Java language using Simbad an open source robot simulator based on Java 3D technology to realize the robotics-design concept of subsumption architecture.
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Building Hadoop MapReduce Jobs In Java
Building Hadoop MapReduce Jobs In Java
Learn to build Hadoop MapReduce job in Java. Hadoop is an open source cluster package that excels at data processing. This tutorial gets you started building simple Hadoop MapReduce jobs in Java.
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OpenID for Java Web applications, Part 1
OpenID for Java Web applications, Part 1
Walk through the steps of incorporating OpenID into a sample Java application. Rather than implement the OpenID Authentication specification by hand, author J. Steven Perry uses the openid4java library and a popular OpenID provider, myOpenID, to create a safe and reliable registration process for a Java application written in Wicket.
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