Tag Archives: java
Yesterday I briefly explained how I was loading CSS files from a JAR and forcing their content through Velocity to evaluate expressions. A co-worker offered up a more simple solution, it’s after the break.
Previously I covered how to create simple AJAX web services using Spring MVC and annotated controllers. This made it very easy to create robust services that automatically convert your java beans into JSON for easy consumption by your AJAX client. … Continue reading
Previously I briefly introduced the mjorm mongo-java-ORM solution I found. This post will go more in-depth and give more specific examples of querying, creating, and removing records from your mongoDB instance. If you don’t already have mongoDB, you’ll need it … Continue reading
My previous blog post covered a little about MongoDB. It’s really simple to use on the command line and thanks to an open-source developer, it’s really simple to use in a java application.
In my previous post we discussed a network to IR bridge by GlobalCache. This allows any device with the ability to communicate over the TCP/IP network to send IR commands. I created a proof of concept for the Android platform … Continue reading