In this article by Tero Parviainen, author of Real-Time Web Application development using Vert.x 2.0, we will learn how to deploy a Vert.x web application on a server, making it available on the Internet. You'll also learn how to set up deployment scripts that enable the continuous delivery of updated versions of your application.
We will be walking through one deployment scenario, which has been shown to work well in the real world. It involves deploying our Vert.x application to an Ubuntu Linux server.Read Deploying a Vert.x application in full
In this article by Hussain Pithawala, author of the book Learning Google Guice we will develop a web application in Java using servlets and JSPs, and will see how Guice makes it simple to wire dependencies and helps to achieve separation of concerns easily. It even provides a programmatic approach to confi gure routing to servlets and JSPs while avoiding declarative approach in web.xml. As part of our learning we will fit flight search functionality in a web application. It is assumed that the reader is familiar with JSP, servlet development, and knows how to deploy a WAR file to a web container. Use of Tomcat to deploy the examples is suggested. We also need an extension of Guice for web development, guice-servlet-3.0. As usual, the dependency for this has been declared in pom.xml and once packaged it would be available in WAR (web application archive) also.Read Google Guice in full
In this article by Joseph Howse, the author of, Android Application Programming with OpenCV, we will learn how to make subtle color shifts with curves.Read Making subtle color shifts with curves in full
In this article by Bill Bejeck, the author of Getting started with Google Guava, discusses Guava that will give Java developers a boost in their productivity and the introduction of the functional programming idioms provided by Guava.
In this article, we are going to cover the following things:
- The EventBus and AsyncEventBus classes
- Subscribing to events and registering with EventBus to be notified of events
- Publishing events with EventBus
- Writing event handlers and choosing between coarse-grained or fine-grained event handlers depending on our needs
- Using a dependency injection framework in conjunction with EventBus