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Programming

Tim McCune looks at the antipatterns--bad solutions to common problems--found in exception handling code. If you've wondered whether to catch, log, or let an exception go, this article will show you what not to do.
2006-04-06
Chris Hardin shows how an RSS parser from a Sun tutorial can be used in your own RSS applications.
2006-03-21
Ivelin Ivanov introduces the JAIN SLEE server spec built for high-availability VoIP servers, and its open source implementation, the Mobicents project.
2006-03-14
Krishna Srinivasan looks at how the "unified" expression language for JSP and JSF allows you to work with both technologies.
2006-03-07
This "stupid question" is about the serialVersionUID field: what does it do, when do you have to override it (and how), and what can go wrong if you do?
2006-03-09
Chet Haase takes a look at some of the things that make animation look choppy, and offers programmatic approaches to improving the appearance of Java animations.
2006-02-23
Jacobus Steenkamp combines AJAX and JSF to provide browser-based progress bars for HTTP file uploads.
2006-02-09
Jeff Friesen shows how to create an image-editing application, with custom effects and a handy status bar.
2006-02-07
Randy J. Ray introduces the ROME project, which simplifies working with RSS and Atom web syndication feeds.
2006-02-02
Sanjay Dasgupta introduces the a-jar-stdio-terminal project, which provides a GUI terminal to handle the "standard I/O" streams of the System class for double-clickable JAR apps.
2006-01-31