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Meet the Object/XML mapping support in Spring
Within the Java Platform, Enterprise Edition (Java EE) community, Spring is becoming a widely accepted framework. One new feature in the latest release of Spring is its Object/XML (O/X) mapping support. The API enables developers to convert Java objects into XML and vice versa. In this article, learn to use the Object/XML mapping in Spring and explore its advantages.
Patching in Eclipse Galileo
Eclipse Galileo includes new features for applying patches. This article provides an overview of the method for creating and applying patches, and includes an overview of the patch format used by Eclipse. Here are examples of creating simple patches.
Java Web services: Introducing Metro
The Metro Web service stack provides a comprehensive solution for accessing and implementing Web services. It's based on the reference implementations of the JAXB 2.x and JAX-WS 2.x Java™ standards, with added components to support WS-* SOAP extension technologies and actual Web service deployment. This article looks at the basic principles of Metro client and server development.
Half Dozen Hello Worlds Part 2 â€“ Using Layout XML
Half Dozen Hello Worlds explores different forms of Android I/O through six simple programs. Part two of this series introduces the use of Layout XML files.
Java: Double buffering, movement, and collision detection
Collision detection, movement via keyboard, double buffered animation, and a basic game loop.
Java: Multidimensional Arrays
This is a tutorial about multi-dimensional arrays, however a quick review of 1-dimensional arrays
Native-looking eSWT Java apps for mobile phones
As mobile platforms become increasingly sophisticated, the demand for mobile computing will increase. In this series, learn about the embedded Standard Widget Toolkit (eSWT). In Part 1: Use simple widgets to quickly build mobile apps. In Part 2: Use advanced controls for your mobile apps.
Embedding Ogre3D in a web browser.
This free tutorial shows you how to embed the Ogre 3D engine to a web browser. Demo and source code included.
Half Dozen Hello Worlds Part 1 â€“ Your First Android Project
Half Dozen Hello Worlds explores different forms of Android I/O through six simple programs. Part 1 gets you creating your first android program and using a simple widget to display â€śHello Worldâ€ť to the user.
Create a Simple Text Editor using Java
Learn how to create a notepad/text editor clone using Java programming language
An update on Java Persistence API 2.0
As the JPA Expert Group (JSR-317) nears completion of the JPA 2.0 specification, this article introduces you to some of the new concepts and features in this updated specification. It also explains how you can experience this new functionality with the Apache OpenJPA project, an open-source, robust, high performance, scalable implementation of the JPA specification.
Java: Pentagon tutorial
Learn how to make a pentagon using the Java Programming Lanugage
GUI Development with the Netbeans IDE
The Netbeans IDE contains an amazing tool for creating GUI programs really fast. Using this tool, you can get your interface designed really fast.
Learn what and how to use Polymorphism with Java Programming Language
Web Services Example Using Axis 2 and Tomcat
The aim of this tutorial is to write a simple 'Hello World' web service and client using the Axis2 framework. We will write and deploy the service, then run wsdl2java to create the client stubs and finally, create the client that connects to the service. Easy to understand step by step instructions.
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