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A Guide to Understanding, Writing and Running a Java Server Page

by | Tutorials | 24th May, 2017

Java Server Pages is a technology for developing web pages that include dynamic content. With JSP, designers and developers can quickly incorporate dynamic content into web sites using Java and simple markup tags. The JSP platform lets the developer access data and Java business logic without having to master the...

A Tutorial for Installing and Writing Struts Applications

by | Tutorials | 24th May, 2017

Apache Struts was launched in May 2000 by Craig McClanahan, with version 1.0 officially released in July 2001. Struts2 is the next generation of Apache Struts. The goal of Struts2 is simple, to make web development easier for the developer. To achieve this goal Struts2 provides features to reduce XML...

A Guide to Understanding XML and its Associated Technologies

by | Tutorials | 22nd May, 2017

XML stands for extensible markup language; it is a text based language that uses tags to describe structured data including other markup languages. This basically means that it is only as complex as the data (or language) you are describing. HTML is also text based language that uses tags but...

An Introduction to Spring

by | Tutorials | 21st May, 2017

Spring is a lightweight container with wrappers that make it easy to use many different services and frameworks. Spring uses the Inversion of Control and Dependency Injection patterns. Components and frameworks can be wired together using simple java beans and XML declarations or via annotations. This tutorial shows you how...

An Introduction to the Apache Tiles Framework

by | Tutorials | 21st May, 2017

Tiles framework provides a templating mechanism that allows you to separate the layout from content of pages. Tiles could be used with or without Struts (Not common), and it comes with the struts release. Tiles enable the developers to define templates for the web application, and then use the layouts...

An Introduction to Web Services

by | Tutorials | 20th May, 2017

A web service is a network accessible interface to the application functionality, which is built using the standard Internet technologies.A web service has some special characteristics as follows. XML-based: Web services use the XML as the data transport protocols. XML eliminates the platform dependencies that other protocols may have. Loosely...

An Introduction to Hibernate

by | Tutorials | 20th May, 2017

This section gives you a short description of Hibernate and provides you with some important notes to this course.This course has instructions for working with the Windows Platform. The instructions may need to be modified slightly for the Unix platform. Paths are shown as windows paths. There are lots of...

An Introduction To CSS

by | Tutorials | 18th May, 2017

This section gives you a short description of CSS. CSS stands for Cascading Style Sheet, a means of separating the layout and style information from your HTML resulting in more manageable and maintainable code and additionally makes your pages work better across different browsers including screen readers used by disabled...

How to Install Wekan on Ubuntu 14.04

by | Tutorials | 17th May, 2017

Wekan is a free and open source kanban board application that provides card-based task and to-do management. Wekan enables you to easily work with it and modify it. Wekan runs on nodejs and MonoDB. Here, we will explain how to install Wekan on Ubuntu 14.04 server. Requirements A server running...

How to Install Publify on Ubuntu 14.04

by | Tutorials | 17th May, 2017

Publify is a free full featured web publishing software built on Ruby on Rails framework. Publify comes with lots of features including classic multi user blogging engine, custom themes, twitter connection, advanced SEO capabilities, support for multiple languages, text filters and much more. In this tutorial, we will see how...