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Java Streams Quick Start Guide

Streams in Java allow you to manipulate (filter, transform, etc.) large amounts of data with minimal memory overhead. It also uses functional programming which leads to shorter and less error prone code. 660 more words

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Convert Word to PDF and Images Using Free API in Java

When you finish creating a nice-looking finance report, personal resume, or sale flyer in MS Word, you would probably save the document as PDF or image files since these file formats are good for archiving or delivering. 316 more words

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Apache ActiveMQ Artemis 2.8.1 released

The Apache Software Foundation released Apache ActiveMQ Artemis 2.8.1. This is basically a bug fix release containing a change required for JMS compatibility on Wildfly, and a number of other updates and fixes. 105 more words

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Swancraft server - short video

I love playing Minecraft on the Swancraft server so I wanted to make a quick video to show some of the highlights of the server. The video shows the spawn area, the crates area where you can use keys (which you get when you vote) to buy really great items, the shops area (there are tons of shops), and some of my bases (many of which are incomplete). 19 more words

Reading a List from properties file and load from spring with @Value

Reading a List from properties file and load from spring with @Value.

In properties file,

countryList=Japan,Korea,China

In Java, class file,

@Value(“#{‘${countryList}’.split(‘,’)}”)
private List<String> countryList;

Result,

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Video demo: a Java Spring Boot application running in Docker persisting data

A video demo of my Github project at: https://github.com/bertrandszoghy/vagrant_docker_java_example

An example of compiling a provided Java Spring Boot application and including it into a Docker container which will be compiled, run and tested in a web browser on the host machine. 112 more words

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Heap Sort

  • Heap Sort is similar to selection sort where we first find the maximum element and place the maximum element at the end. We repeat the same process for remaining element.
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