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Open Source

Happy new year 2011.   It has been a while since a blog in this forum.  I worked on other technologies that are not related to Java, so I didn't post into this site.  For now, I think, I'll post any new articles that can be related to programmation, mostly java.  What do you think ?   I want to talk about Hosting your git repositories.  I know, that there are few...
on Jan 4, 2011

Programming

We can't live without Javadoc, but even if it useful, it's not complete. One missing thing is UML within the Javadoc. To add UML to your Javadoc, is quite simple. You need to add Graphviz into your maven build. First you need to download and install Graphviz. Go there Graphviz After that you should add the variable GRAPHVIZ_HOME (that point to the installation folder) into your system. The...
on Dec 26, 2009

Community

I would like to show you how you could extend your javadoc to include samples directly into the javadoc without extra work. What I don't like about javadoc is the lack of code sample. Something is can be hard to find the starting point of a new framework. Let's show a example, it will be easier to understand, and so simple. [prettify]
 /** 
 *
 * This in a javadoc with...
on Nov 8, 2009