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Programming

Gregor Roth shows how using an event-driven threading architecture can help NIO-based servers achieve maximum performance and capacity.
2007-02-13
Eric Spiegelberg shows how to use DWR and Spring to apply your server-side validation on client-side Ajax web apps.
2007-02-08
Eric Batzdorff looks at strategies for using AOP and its alternatives in "advising" varying numbers of objects.
2007-01-30
This "stupid question" is about the ability to put a "private" access modifier on a constructor, making it unavailable to other classes.
2006-11-28
Nishanth Sastry has some strategies for getting the most out of 5.0's for-each loop.
2006-11-07
Jacobus Steenkamp shows how to combine the Facelets and Flying Saucer projects to render data in variant forms like PDF and SVG.
2006-10-31
This "stupid question" is about the fact that "if (condition);" compiles, even though the erroneous semicolon makes it meaningless.
2006-10-24
Biswajit Sarkar shows how you can use assembly language, instead of the usual C or C++, for the native code that backs up JNI applications.
2006-10-19
Dave Johnson introduces the Blogapps project, which started as the example code to his book "RSS and Atom in Action."
2006-10-17
Evangelos Pournaras offers an overview of the development of a 3D racing game that uses JOGL, JOAL, and java.nio.
2006-10-10