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Working with preferences: the Preferences API Specification
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Mash that trash -- Incremental compaction in the IBM JDK Garbage Collector
Introducing the Reflexive User Interface Builder
Introducing Scripting Variables in JSP Tags.
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How to use Java 5's built-in annotations
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Take control of your JSP pages with custom tags
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This tutorial gives you information on the ways and means to handle with the user preferences. The Java 1.4 package through JSR 10 due the addition of java.util.prefs can allow you to manipulate user preference and data and configuration by giving you access to an implementation-specific registry. This tutorial also gives an overview and introduction and the usage of the preferences class by means of a sample program.



The Java native compilers when it was introduced looked to overtake the JVM. But the Java code?s portability will stay in spite of the growing popularity of the Java native compilers. There are still lots of issues with the Java language that rule...



Developers who develops the server side component are unaware of the environment in which their component is going to be utilized. While each and every page has a number of other components, the composite control component will be the main cause...



This article describes the procedures of increasing the functionality of JSP technologies by customizing the JSP tags. The article discusses the ways to add more complex logic to the JSPs, to take firmer control over data display and sharing data...



In this tutorial, the author explains three software substrates that enable the grouping of high impact web tiers called Javagroups. He tells the readers about scaling applications at the web tiers, how to visualise the scaling problems at the web...



Users can utilize this tutorial to gain knowlege about the new memory management technique, incremental compaction. In this tutorial, the author tells the importance of incremental compaction and the phases of compaction at high levels etc., He...



This java article gives a better introduction for reflexive user interface builder (RIB) of java with explanations regarding Java AWT/Swing and Eclipse SWT GUI's. Important RBI features are explained in detail along with demonstrative illustration...



This is a tutorial about JSP tags that explains the scripting variables and its uses. As described by this article, the scripting variables are page level variables, which are declared by JSP tags. This article includes an online demo and detailed...



This article, demonstrates that dynamic compilation maintains the language's semantics while static compilation often doesn't. This article supports sample codes to help you decide whether your just-in-time (JIT) compiler can transform tail...



This is an useful tutorial for the programmers to learn about java classes and the terminologies involved in generating them with annotations. The author has given a brief explanation on the definition of metadata, code analysis, compiler checking...



This gives an overview of the ThreadLocal class that appeared in the version 1.2 of the Java platform. It may be difficult to write thread-safe classes and it needs a thorough analysis of the conditions under which variables will be read or...



This article tells you what are exceptional events and how to diagnose and overcome them. Exceptional events can take you by surprise and can happen anywhere in a JSP page. As you do in other Java classes you can detect exceptions in a JSP page....



You can learn the anatomy of the JSP from this tutorial. A JSP page basically consists of three parts namely, Directives, Scripting Elements, JSP Tags. Any page with a ,jsp extension will compile and run successfully as a valid JSP page. These...



You can develop dynamic web-based content with Java Server Pages (JSP). As in HTML, JavaServer Pages (JSP) uses the concept of tags as their building blocks. Though JSP offers a set of predefined tags, you can define you own tag extensions that...



This is an article that explains Static types, which makes the codes healthier. Except Java language all the other programming language are moving away from Static type checking. Static type checking is a powerful tool against introducing and for...



When working with multithread code, a master thread is usually used to send messages. This may be queued up for processing by other threads. During processing by the other threads the master thread puts up an exception, the remaining threads may...



JIT stands for Just In Time. This tutorial tells the readers how to just design the codes to satisfy the requirements of customers in an enterprise. This tutorial insists on lessening the burden of the developers by using simple programming...