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Maven simple example

Maven was briefly described in my previous post.  In this post I will do a few small examples for actually using Maven. One of the main things about Maven is the idea of the artifact.  The artifact is a file, which … Continue reading

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Maven the alternative build tool

Why maven Maven is a tool for building software. Doesn’t there already exist a number of tools for doing this exact task?  Two different tools that do this are the classic make utility or the much newer Apache Ant. The make utility … Continue reading

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interrogating your code – dipping your toes into java’s reflection

Perhaps the coolest programming language ability that I was never allowed to use was reflection in Java. Why? Well, thats another story. What exactly is reflection? Well, reflection is a set of low level methods that can be used to … Continue reading

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Restful services in Java – 360 degree of restful client

Always try and use the most appropriate tool for the task.  The Apache HTTP server or web server is a program for serving the html web pages to the client who requests them. Tomcat is a application server that is actually … Continue reading

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Restful services in Java – 360 degree of restful server

This is the blog final entry for a restful service web server.  I have attempted to create more than your typical “foo” “bar” type example program. My final blog on restful services will be a fairly complete service that could … Continue reading

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Restful services in Java – client and server

My previous restful client example and server example were perfect, well, not exactly.  They worked but they pretty much assuming a perfect world.  That is to say that there is never a communication error or a server error. This small … Continue reading

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Restful services in Java – simple client example

I suppose that a restful server isn’t all that useful unless there is a way to query this information back and use it in some useful way. It is easy enough to test this out the server from the command … Continue reading

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Restful services in Java – simple server example

There are probably a lot of ways to create web services programs but the simplest way I could think of was to create a project using Eclipse and Jersey. It turns out that restful services are really easy to summarize but … Continue reading

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Restful services in Java

Over the years there have been different methods of for communicating between heterogeneous systems.  Each of these methods have to deal binary messaging.  Some of the different protocols that have been used are as follows. Remote procedure calls (RPC) Distributed … Continue reading

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Evolution of LED Lighting – hardware and tools

Flashback I wanted to buy home automation electronics, nothing really fancy just a WiFi controller for a led strip.  When shopping for things like this Pay attention.  I saw something that spoke about WiFi and was really quite cheap so I … Continue reading

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