The JRebel 6 Beta is widely available and in this multi-part blog post series we explore common refactoring processes, why developers should do them, and how JRebel saves developer teams even more time each day by allowing them to view code changes instantly. We cover adding instance fields, adding interfaces, and even adding superclasses without having to rebuild & redeploy your application or restart your application server. Welcome to the future of iterative Java development.
IN this articles, I want to share the approach the team choose to build stateless session for an multi-tenant application. We integrate our cookie-based session with Spring Security Framework. The sample source code is provided as well.
Autoboxing is clear for all Java developers since Java 1.5 Well, I may be too optimistic. At least all developers are supposed to be ok with autoboxing. After all there is a good tutorial about it on the page of ORACLE.Autoboxing is the phenomena when the Java compiler automatically generates code creating an object from a primitive type when it is needed. For example you can write:
The initial signatories of the Agile Alliance sat (stood according to the Snowbird summit photo) and hashed out some common values in their Agile Manifesto in 1998. Here???s the key four values that they came up with:
?????? we have come to value:
1. Individuals and interactions over processes and tools
2. Working software over comprehensive documentation
Once upon a time, I published one article explaining the principle to build Stateless Session.
Coincidentally, we are working on
The solution works well for us but we do not have the confident that this is the best practices possible. However, it is simple and does not cost us much effort to implement (around 3 days include...
Ruby unit testing feels very nice and natural to write with RSpec. Since I started working with Ruby more often that is one of the things I liked the most. However I still love Java (or for this particular example anything with strong typing) and is still my main language, and in many cases is superior to Ruby.
One of those is the value of Unit Tests over the long run and as safety net and aid...