Garbage collection is one of the most important feature of Java. Garbage collection is also called automatic memory management as JVM automatically removes the unused variables/objects (value is null) from the memory. User program can’t directly free the object from memory, instead it is the job o Jump to URL Views: 402 Price: Category: JavaTips and Tutorials
AOL Instant Messenger is one of the most popular instant messenging tools available today. It allows you to send instant messages to other people who use AIM. At the same time, it is possible to heavily customize AIM programs by using a protocol which is named TOC2. Jump to URL Views: 535 Price: Category: JavaTips and Tutorials
As you work with J2EE, you will find that there are a large number of programs which have been designed to make it easier to work with. If you are a programmer, the last thing you should want to concern yourself with is basic low level programming work. Jump to URL Views: 634 Price: Category: JavaTips and Tutorials
This can come in very handy, if you need to compare 2 different projects or envs.
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This article introduces the TableModel Free (TMF) framework which eliminates the need to use TableModels with Swing JTables. The TMF framework allows for more configurable JTables by moving all of table-specific data outside of the compiled code and into a configurable XML file. Framework developer Jump to URL Views: 447 Price: Category: JavaTips and Tutorials
This is the simplest and fastest code that shows how to implement multiple-column table sorting in JSP (Sort Ascending & Sort Descending).
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Easy to follow, visual presentation of many of the concepts you need to start programming in java such as fundamentals, syntax, basic packages, GUI with AWT/Swing/2Dapi, threads and networking. Includes example source code, quizzes and exercises.
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Serialization is a way of flattening, pickling, sizzling, serializing, or freeze-drying Objects so that they can be stored on disk, and later read back and reconstituted, with all the links between Objects intact Object serialization is the process of saving an object's state to a sequence of bytes Jump to URL Views: 418 Price: Category: JavaTips and Tutorials
JDK 5.0 added major new support for developing concurrent applications, including JVM changes, new low-level synchronization utilities, and higher-level, thread-safe, high-performance concurrency classes such as thread pools, concurrent collections, semaphores, latches, and barriers. Learn how these Jump to URL Views: 436 Price: Category: JavaTips and Tutorials
The addition of the java.util.prefs package to Java 1.4 (through JSR 10) lets you manipulate user preference data and configuration data by providing you with access to an implementation-specific registry (for example, the Windows Registry on Windows platforms). This article introduces you to the Pr Jump to URL Views: 503 Price: Category: JavaTips and Tutorials
This article describes the overall servlet architecture and what you need to develop your application with servlets. Also presented are several code examples to show you how to use the Servlet API, and compare it with CGI and proprietary server APIs where appropriate.
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Window toolkits typically provide a layout mechanism that positions widgets in a container. For example, AWT and Swing have layout managers, and VisualWorks Smalltalk has wrappers. This article presents a template mechanism for JSP that allows layout to be encapsulated and reused. JSP templates mini Jump to URL Views: 574 Price: Category: JavaTips and Tutorials
Sun Certified Programmer for Java 2 Platform 1.4 (CX-310-035). Download SCJP 310-035 Free Exam Simulator which helps you to prepare for the exam. The Exam Simulator is a computer program designed to help you pass your examination on the first try. The Exam Simulator pinpoints your strengths and wea Jump to URL Views: 463 Price: Category: JavaTips and Tutorials
Project Jxta is a community-run attempt to build a utility application substrate for peer-to-peer applications. The initial reference implementation of Jxta includes a command-line shell that allows experimentation with the core Jxta platform without programming. This article takes us through a hand Jump to URL Views: 610 Price: Category: JavaTips and Tutorials
Tutorials on using the JDBC-ODBC Bridge driver with MS Access database. Topics include creating MS Access database file; creating DSN for MS Access database files; inserting rows to and retrieving rows from Access database.
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This article shows you how to combine and leverage the best parts of Jiro technology and the Web-Based Enterprise Management (WBEM) initiative. Using familiar examples from the previous two articles of this column, this article introduces the WBEM client technologies for accessing and manipulating d Jump to URL Views: 582 Price: Category: JavaTips and Tutorials
This article examines the processing of a user registration form using JSP and JavaBeans while implementing the Memento design pattern. It is assumed that the reader is familiar with basic JSP syntax. Jump to URL Views: 617 Price: Category: JavaTips and Tutorials
Examine the roots of the double-checked locking idiom, why it was developed, and why it doesn't work. The Java programming language contains several useful programming idioms. It also contains some that further study has shown should not be used. Double-checked locking is one such idiom that should Jump to URL Views: 683 Price: Category: JavaTips and Tutorials