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After telling in two articles that SOAP is out and REST is in, I think it is time to introduce some REST services and an application to access them. The scariest thing in that I’ve read the first articles about REST (around 2009) when it came out into the market but never ever written a […]Continue reading
After an introduction into “hardcore” SOAP development in Java on the Google App Engine (GAE) I’ll look at the Python side and make a Python project to compare between the two versions. This article is interesting in two parts: not just because I’ll write about communicating with a SOAP service from Python — I’ll make this […]Continue reading
Nowadays everyone is talking about SEO (Search Engine Optimization). If you type it in _my_ favourite search engine you get around 660 millions of results in a time under one second. I guess it is time to share my opinion on this topic too (and get one more result if you search for this keyword).Continue reading
If we want to work with a relational database we need our entities which are stored in and loaded from the database. Entities are Java objects which will be mapped to a line in a relational database table. In this post I’ll introduce the needed entities for the variations project.Continue reading
As mentioned in the article series of the Variations project I’ll use Spring as the core business logic framework. For the persistence Layer I’ll introduce now Hibernate. Hibernate provides a mapping between Java objects and relational database tables and vice versa. Let’s look how to do it.Continue reading
Previously I’ve written about Py4J and JPype as packages to call Java from Python. In this article I’ll write about Jython and Pyjnius. And this is the last article in this series — I hope 🙂 I’ll take a look at Jython and PyJNIus as the last two tools in the list for calling Java […]Continue reading