Let's build a trivial client/server demo using SSLServerSocket and SSLSocket as provided by the Java Secure Socket Extension (JSSE).
In the Hyper Text Processor prequel, we processed half-baked HTML for this "Foundation Beans" series of articles.
Now let's meet the QHyperJavaProcessor, which highlights Java code in HTML pre blocks.
If it's gonna take a while to start up our Swing app, then we probably wanna display a splash screen.
Earlier we considered using straight Base-64 for hiding sensitive data from prying eyes.
Let's take it a step further and actually encrypt the data using a known password.
We hear talk of introducing "native XML" into Java7. I'm not sure what form that might take?
For documentation purposes (and perhaps remote support), we need snapshot images of our application. So let's build such support directly into our application itself.
i was just reading an interview with Miguel de Icaza, creator of Mono.
i was just reading a blog "Google Hasn't Improved Search" where the author says,
In the HTML Builder prequel, we generated a HTML artifacts for QHyperTextProcessorProperties.
So let's meet this QHyperTextProcessor itself, even if it's messy and not generally useful, but just a hack to serve the random purposes of this author, for this so-called Foundation trilogy.
I was just reading a nice tip by Peter Bromberg, in his blog entry Simple XOR Encryption.
In Password Hash we used the following delegating class for base-64 encoding.