JSP + Servlets + EJB: Java EE 6 & GlassFish 3 using NetBeans 6.9 (Part 1 of 5)


This multi-part screencast series shows how NetBeans 6.9 provides comprehensive tooling for Java EE 6 & GlassFish 3. The different parts show: 1. A simple Java EE 6 application (JSP, Servlets, EJB) 2. Reading database table using Java Persistence API 2 3. Using Facelets with Java Server Faces 2 4. Contexts & Dependency Injection with JSF 2 5. RESTful Web services using JAX-RS This is part #1 and all screencasts are hosted at blogs.sun.com

Flash PHP MySQL CMS – Content Management System Website Tutorial CS3 + CS4


Source Files – www.developphp.com In this Flash ActionScript 3.0, PHP, and MySQL tutorial video and source file download you can learn how to build slick CMS(Content Management Systems) for your client websites or for projects that require many people to input data. A Content Management System made in Flash makes editing content easier visually and physically for the user or client you have created it for. This method uses one PHP control file, one MySQL database(with 2 tiny tables in it), and a flash application that is programmed intelligently enough to display dynamic content from a MySQL database, or any database type system. We also have tutorials that show how to use a flat text file as database, or an XML file as databse if your environment cannot run MySQL easily. Brought to you by FlashBuilding.com

Using Objective-C, Foundation Framework


(April 6, 2009) Alan Cannistraro provides an overview of object oriented programming, the objective-C programming language, and common foundation classes. Stanford University: www.stanford.edu Stanford School of Engineering: soe.stanford.edu Stanford University Channel on YouTube

iPhone Programming – Using Scroll Views!


Learn how to use UIScrollView to show much more content on your pages! Everything inside the scroll view is fully interactive, so your user can still press buttons etc. Website: www.pixelcubestudios.com Twitter twitter.com Facebook: www.facebook.com

How to count the words in a String in C#

Remember the Word Count function in Microsoft Word? Here’s how we could implement counting the words in a String in C#:

The following is the spource code of a program featuring two word counting methods, both of which yield fairly similar results to Microsoft Word from Microsoft Office 2007. The example program below first executes a Regex-based function for counting the words in the string constant, and then executes the loop-based one.
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Java EE Project using EJB 3, JPA and Struts 2 for Beginners,

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This book aims serving students, developers, technical leads and to some extent project managers or consultants by demonstrating a structured documented modestly sized project. Learning the project development and documentation is done through the construction of an Online Car Rental System using MySQL Community Server as the data store with Java Server Pages as the delivery mechanism, Struts 2 as the framework, JPA as the Specification and Hibernate 3 as the Implem… More >>

Java EE Project using EJB 3, JPA and Struts 2 for Beginners,

Core PHP Programming: Using PHP to Build Dynamic Web Sites

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Core PHP Programming, Second Edition is the first complete, practical guide to PHP 4 for experienced Web developers. Fully updated to reflect PHP 4.0’s breakthrough features and performance, it covers every technique you need to build robust, fast Web applications. Leading PHP developer Leon Atkinson starts with a high-level overview of PHP: how it evolved, and how it appears to the developer. Next, Atkinson reviews the key building blocks of PHP scripts, including … More >>

Core PHP Programming: Using PHP to Build Dynamic Web Sites

GUI interface using visual basic to track the killers IP address CSI


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Ultra-Fast ASP.NET: Build Ultra-Fast and Ultra-Scalable web sites using ASP.NET and SQL Server

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Ultra-Fast ASP.NET presents a practical approach to building fast and scalable web sites using ASP.NET and SQL Server. In addition to a wealth of tips, tricks and secrets, you’ll find advice and code examples for all tiers of your application, including the client, caching, IIS 7, ASP.NET, threads, session state, SQL Server, Analysis Services, infrastructure and operations. By applying the ultra-fast approach to your projects, you’ll squeeze every last ounce of … More >>

Ultra-Fast ASP.NET: Build Ultra-Fast and Ultra-Scalable web sites using ASP.NET and SQL Server

Querying Table Data Using Visual Basic Code in MS Access

In order to fully utilize the capabilities of MS Access, one must learn not only learn the Visual Basic (VB) programming language, but should also learn Standard Query Language (SQL). Once a grasp of these two languages have been obtained, MS Access users can begin to build faster and more efficient databases.

One tool that has proved itself very useful to me over the years is querying data from tables or queries using VB and SQL code. A brief introduction to this process is presented in this article. To best understand this process, an example is provided below along with an explanation of its parts.

'*********CODE***********

Dim rstTemp As Recordset

Dim strSQL As String

Dim routeNum As Integer

strSQL = "SELECT [Route], [Main Route PM], [Intersecting Route], [IntBeginPM], [IntEndPM] “

strSQL =  strSQL + “FROM Intersections_list WHERE (((CStr([Route])) = """ + cmbRouteQuery + """));"

Set rstTemp = CurrentDb.OpenRecordset(strSQL, dbOpenDynaset)

If (Not (rstTemp.EOF)) Then

rstTemp.MoveFirst

routeNum = rstTemp(0)

'************************

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Develop professional enterprise Java EE applications quickly and easily with NetBeans IDE using a book by Packt

This book shows you how to use NetBeans functionality to automate many of the tedious or repetitive tasks frequently encountered when developing enterprise Java applications, freeing up the developer to focus on the business logic specific parts of the application.

Java EE, the successor to J2EE, greatly simplifies the development of enterprise applications. The popular IDE, NetBeans, has several features that greatly simplify Java EE development, and this book shows you how to make use of these features to make your Java programming more efficient and productive than ever before.

With many features and great flexibility, the Java developer can become overwhelmed by the options available in NetBeans, This book helps you get control of the environment, and make it work for you so that you can concentrate on the important parts of your application.

This book takes you through the most important parts of Java EE programming and, with clear, careful instructions and screenshots, shows you how to use the features of NetBeans that will improve your development experience. This book will not only show you time-saving tricks, keyboard shortcuts and other productivity enhancements possible with NetBeans, it will take you through the major Java EE APIs and how to get them working in the NetBeans environment.

While focusing on NetBeans features, you will learn about developing applications using the servlet API and JSPs, including taking advantage of JSTL and developing custom JSP tags. Developing applications that take advantage of JavaServer Faces is also covered in detail, including how to generate standard JSF applications from an existing database schema. The book also covers how to easily develop elegant JSF applications by taking advantage of the NetBeans Visual Web designer.

The book is aimed at Java developers who wish to develop Java EE applications while taking advantage of NetBeans functionality to automate repetitive tasks and to ease their software development efforts. Familiarity with Java EE is not assumed.

You can read more about the book herehttp://www.packtpub.com/java-ee5-development-with-netbeans-6/book

Succeeding with Agile: Software Development Using Scrum

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Proven, 100% Practical Guidance for Making Scrum and Agile Work in Any Organization   This is the definitive, realistic, actionable guide to starting fast with Scrum and agile–and then succeeding over the long haul. Leading agile consultant and practitioner Mike Cohn presents detailed recommendations, powerful tips, and real-world case studies drawn from his unparalleled experience helping hundreds of software organizations make Scrum and agile work.  … More >>

Succeeding with Agile: Software Development Using Scrum

20 Helpful jQuery Methods you Should be Using

So you’ve been playing with jQuery for a while now, you’re starting to get the hang of it, and you’re really liking it! Are you ready to take your jQuery knowledge to level two? Today, I’ll demonstrate twenty functions and features you probably haven’t seen before!


1 after() / before()

Sometimes you want to insert something into the DOM, but you don’t have any good hooks to do it with; append() or prepend() aren’t going to cut it and you don’t want to add an extra element or id. These two functions might be what you need. They allow you to insert elements into the DOM just before or after another element, so the new element is a sibling of the older one.

$('#child').after($('<p />')).text('This becomes a sibling of #child'));
$('#child').before($('<p />')).text('Same here, but this is go about #child'));

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