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How to do Test Driven Development (TDD) with JavaFX using Model-View-Presenter pattern? In this installment of Effective JavaFX Architecture, I address this question with all the details and working code samples.
Iterating over an Enumeration with the for-each statement would be fine, but the JRE's default support is not very smart. So I wrote my own utility providing five times better speed, using virtually no heap space.
Finally iAnywhere answered my prayers and implemented support for JDBC batch mode into their latest (and fastest) driver. But at surprisingly bad performance. Let's see why.
Effective JavaFX architecture is not an easy task. Designing testable JavaFX applications that are beautiful inside-out requires serious thought and some experience. Or you could read this blog series :-)
Here is a little code challenge !
I'm actually working on a text-mining/semantic web application focused (for the moment) on biomedical informations and developed in Java. We are using external tools for text-mining analysis and unfortunatly theses tools don't handle HTML pretty well ... If we send raw HTML to the text-mining service, he simply break. So we must convert HTML to plain-text before processing text, and because the tools return identified words by giving their positions, we must translate theses position (or indexes) to find corresponding word in the original HTML.
I created a simply implementation and posted it on gist.github.com ... can you make it better ?
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The Enterprise Architectures for Java EE Weighting Survey ends this Friday, June 25. Kate Jones of Oracle recently talked about the survey and its purpose...
The possibilities with JavaFX bind are over-hyped. Use bind only in limited scenarios. There are a whole lot of cases where bind seems like a good idea at first, but read this blog post for the devil in the details.
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I recently used Spring to wire JavaFX objects and found wiring JavaFX CustomNodes has a potential gotcha. Here is the catch phrase for the day "JavaFX and Spring are indeed a very good match, but there is a little catch"
One of the not-so-great things about developing Java web applications is the fact that, after a few redeployments, sooner or later the web container JVM needs to be restarted due to Out Of Memory errors. This has been true in every combination of development environment and web server I have used so far, and until last week Netbeans 6.8 + Glassfish 3.0.1 was no exception.
The cause of Out Of...
Bean validation is a nice API for for validating Java objects and is included in Java EE 6. But it can also be used anywhere, with or without JPA, in a stand alone Java SE and even Java FX. Think out of the box and start using Bean Validation with JavaFX today
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Oracle at Jazoon 2010 - Java SE, Java FX, Java EE 6, GlassFish, JPA 2.0, JSF 2, Servlets 3.0, OSGi, Cloud, HTML 5, Open DS, ...
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JAX-WS RI team is pleased to announce the release of 2.2.1 version