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Again a co-authored article. Now about JSON processing with Java. With XML you have had more built-in solutions, JSON, however, is more complicated and less supported by the programming language natively. Fortunately you have libraries which leverage the cumbersome process you have to do. You can find the article here: http://www.discoversdk.com/blog/json-processing-with-java Happy learning!Continue reading
In this article I will give you a brief introduction into XML processing in Java. Although there are some fancy libraries available I will stick with the default tools which ship with Java 8. And they are almost as good as libraries — because those libraries build on this default Java functionality. One thing I […]Continue reading
Well, holiday’s come to an end. Now it is time to get back into the weekly schedule and create new posts and give you news about what I am working on or just on new thoughts and methods I encountered. To be honest with you I wanted to spend this summer to gather new knowledge […]Continue reading
I have been in the past actively co-authoring another blog. Now they managed to have the articles online so I can freely link to them. In this article I continue the previously introduced design pattern series and write about the Interpreter pattern. You can find the article here: http://javabeginnerstutorial.com/design-pattern/interpreter-design-pattern/ Happy reading!Continue reading
In this article I’ll introduce the Adapter Design Pattern and how you can use it in Java. This pattern is mostly used to enable loosely-coupling of plugins into applications (for example the way Eclipse does this). The full article can be found here: http://javabeginnerstutorial.com/design-pattern/adapter-design-pattern-example-in-java/ Happy learning!Continue reading