Java

In this Java programming tutorial I would like to share with you a sample Java code that uses Amazon AWS SES(Simple Email Service) Java SDK to send an email message. I used this code implement Email Verification feature for my mobile app. The code below would send an email message containing an email verification link…

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When you start building a mobile app most likely you will need to build pages like user Sign up and once user has successfully registered, you will need to create a Sign in page. I have created many video tutorial how to implement these pages in Swift and if you follow those you will no doubt…

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With this tutorial I wanted to share with you how to configure your Java project and it’s hibernate configuration file hibernate.cfg.xml to use a more professional and production ready connection pool provider C3P0. Hibernate’s internal connection pooling algorithm is rudimentary, and is provided for development and testing purposes. In my earlier blog posts I used…

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In this Java tutorial I am going to share with you how to create an Anonymous java class and also how to Replace Java Anonymous Class with a shorter lambda expression. Let’s start by creating and interface which we will use in this tutorial. Our anonymous java class will implement a single method defined in this java…

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In this short code example I am going to share with you how to concatenate two ArrayList in Java.  Concatenate ArrayList using addAll() function Let’s say we have these two ArrayList(s): List<String> itemsList1 = new ArrayList(Arrays.asList(“One”, “Two”)); List<String> itemsList2 = new ArrayList(Arrays.asList(“Three”, “Four”)); To concatenate the two lists together we can create a new ArrayList, and…

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When writing a JUnit test there are different ways to test for expected exception and below I am going to share with you three different ways. Using @Test Expected Attribute One way to test for expected exceptions is to use the @Test’s expected attribute to specify that the method below should throw an exception specified by…

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It time to learn how to create a Web Service to authenticate user with their user name and password and how to issue a unique secure access token which our Mobile Application can use to send HTTP requests and communicate with protected web services of our API. For a free video tutorial on how to…

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In this blog post I am going to share with you a way to create a RESTful Web Service to: Create a new user profile, Generate and save in database a user secure user password rather than an actual password provided by user, Return back as a response a custom user profile object(JSON) with information that…

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With Mockito we can Mock an object, stub some of it’s methods but not the other and still be able to call a real method of this stubbed object. In the code example below I am going to share with you how to call a real method of a mocked object using Mockito’s thenCallRealMethod(). In…

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Earlier I’ve published a blog post on now to create a RESTful Web Service(JAX-RS) to accept JSON payload with user profile details and how to save user profile details into a MySQL database using Java Hibernate framework. In this blog post I am going to share with you how to test(using JUnit and Mockito) it’s Service…

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When building RESTful Web Services for your Mobile app with Java JAX-RS and Jersey you can use any Java Servlet container to deploy and run your final .WAR file. But if you use Jetty then there is a very quick way to build and run your application using Maven and jetty-maven-plugin. Below is a short…

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