How to change default java version on Mac from Java version 11.0.2 to Java version 1.8 to enable a service transition. Continue Reading
Kotlin Extensions – this is one reason why I love working with Kotlin.
Kotlin Extensions can be very powerful and do not so often appear when reading about why to use Kotlin. I like Extensions very much and provide some examples. Continue Reading
Have you ever run into ClassCastException while coding a Stash plugin? I did several times enjoying the error widget on the right. There were several approaches to fix this including digging deep into the maven dependency tree and comparing dependencies… Continue Reading
I did the customHTTPcodes sample project last year before spring 4 was released. That project included two branches junit (tag: v0.4.3) testNG (tag: v0.4.3ng) both based on Spring 3.2 and Java 7. After Java 8 was released I found time… Continue Reading
My former post “custom http status codes” about such a project on github was focussed on creating certain http status codes. Two not covered subjects are unit and integration tests. This post covers one approach how to create those tests… Continue Reading
Mybatis is a data mapping framework I recently came across. I did step by step tutorials like getting-started-with-ibatis-mybatis-annotations and mybatis-dao-example-code-tutorial . These tutorials show as well as others how to map database columns to java class members, e.g. Seeing this… Continue Reading
Yesterday I updated the developer branch of readImageMetadata on github. I created this project when I was writing the last post read image meta data with java.
Recently I wanted to read programmatically some image meta data. After several tests and coding I came across three libraries that I decided to have a closer look at. This article describes my experiences and some results I figured out. It… Continue Reading
I came across jelastic when I was looking for a cloud provider that offers java support. Initially I started playing around with another provider.
Continuous Integration ist eher ein Thema welches nicht auf Windows zu Hause ist. Wenn man viel mit Windows arbeitet (n muss) und es auch als Testsystem nutzt, kann es Sinn machen eine Continuous Integration Umgebung mit Hudson zu installieren. Ich… Continue Reading