When I started my career around 10 years ago, Struts MVC is the norm in the market. However, over the years, I observed the Spring MVC slowly gaining popularity. This is not a surprise to me, given the seamless integration of Spring MVC with Spring container and the flexibility and extensibility that it offers.
From my journey with Spring so far, I usually saw people making some common mistakes when configuring Spring framework. This happened more often compare to the time people still used Struts framework. I guess it is the trade off between flexibility and usability. Plus, Spring documentation is full of samples but lack of explanation. To help filling up this gap, this article will try to elaborate and explain 3 common issues that I often see people encounter.
Microservices are an architectural style where each service is implemented as an independent system. Because a system is composed by more than one service, each service will communicate with other services. So we need a way to implement this communication in effective way. And this is exactly what RxJava will do it.
We get it. As a tester you are working under pressure. We want you to be the best tester you can be: ready, prepared, and capable. So here are the top 6 mistakes testers are most likely to make when testing mobile application performance ??? and how to avoid them. http://www.neotys.com/blog/top-6-mistakes-testers-need-to-avoid-when-testing-mobile-application-performance/
With the introduction of the stream API in Java 8 parallel computation became easier than ever. However, it doesn???t mean that parallelizing every stream is a good idea. The underlying infrastructure is flexible enough, but a few surprises await you when you use it.
HawtIO gives awesome eye candy to your JVM based middleware. It???s a unifying console for applications that would otherwise have to build out their own crappy web console; and let???s be honest, they???re all built differently, differing technology, different UX, and all around a terrible way to try to manage middleware in QA/PROD environments??? I can hear the operations folks with the...
[This article was originally written by Barak Merimovich.]Once upon a time, deploying a large scale application required a
large IT team to provision and organize resources, for example to buy
machines, set up hosting, guarantee network bandwidth, and so forth. All
this before the actual application code can even be deployed to the
machines, and the whole thing can be started up.
This article will illustrate how to adapt the JSR 303 validation API to load messages from an I18n property file, and this by conserving all benefits of internationalisation and support for multiple languages.To achieve this we are going to implement a custom MessageInterpolator which will be based upon Spring API for managing I18N messages.Dependencies :Below the required maven dependencies to...
Packt Publishing recently published Arnold Johansson's and Anders Wel??n's WildFly Performance Tuning with the subtitle, "Develop high-performing server applications using the widely successful WildFly platform."