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1-30 Development (Java) scripts (listed after popularity)

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1)   Lazy load using dynamic proxy
Lazy load using dynamic proxy is a tutorial that teaches how to implement the lazy load mechanism using dynamic proxy concept.

2)   Exploiting ThreadLocal to enhance scalability
This tutorial shows the ways and means to exploit the Threadlocal class in Java platform. The thread-local variable has long been an ingredient of lots of threading facilities, such as the Posix pthreads facility. It requires a careful analysis in writing thread safe classes.

3)   Diagnosing Java Code : The Orphaned Thread bug pattern
This tutorial discusses detecting, fixing, and avoiding this bug pattern faced when using multithread code, in which when using the master thread to send messages they are queued for processing by other threads. This may freeze when the master thread puts up an exception.

4)   Encapsulate reusable functionality in JSP tags
From this article you can learn to encapsulate the common functionalities in JSP tags and put them to effective use. This article teaches you to use using the Servlet/JSP reference implementation, Tomcat to build, deploy, and use your own custom JSP tag.

5)   How to use Java 5's built-in annotations
From this article you can gain knowledge on what actually metadata is, the basics of annotation and their types etc., in detail with examples.

6)   How to lock down your Java code
This tutorials is helpful when you want to access open-source libraries on the you have to spend a lot of time on sifting through codes not written by you. This tells how to smoothly handle that and at the same time protect your codes from being accessed.

7)   Threading lightly : Reducing contention
This article shows the ways to improve scalability in your programs by demonstrating several techniques to reduce contention. The uncontended synchronization has become less significant as the cost is reduced. But the contended synchronization, is expensive.

8)   Take control of your JSP pages with custom tags
This is an article that explains the best way to combine custom tags and increase the reusability and flexibility of JSP technology by customizing JSP tags. Few of them are supported with examples too.

9)   Scaling Web services and applications with JavaGroups
Scaling Web services and applications with JavaGroups is a tutorial that teaches the users about the opensource distributed solution tools. This tutorial requires the users to have an intermediate level of Java knowledge.

10)   Combining Servlets, JSP, and JavaBeans
This tutorial deals with Combining Servlets, JSP and Java Beans. This explains them individually first and then their usage by uniting and integrating with the best of all three approaches. This tutorial introduces the popular Model-View-Controller (MVC) architecture.

11)   Diagnosing Java Code: The Impostor Type bug pattern
This article examines the symptoms and causes of this bug, defines ways to prevent this error from occurring, and discusses a tempting hybrid implementation that does not use impostor types but, in the end, turns out to have many of the same weaknesses.

12)   Introducing the Reflexive User Interface Builder
This is an useful tutorial that focusses and points out the use of 'Reflexive User Interface Builder' of java in creating, testing, debugging, and evaluating Java GUI's.

13)   Diagnosing Java code: The case for static types
This article provides information on static type checking, which is a powerful tool against introducing and for detecting bugs. A static type is a powerful weapon that produces cleaner and more reliable code.

14)   Introducing Scripting Variables in JSP Tags.
This article describes the scripting variables in JSP tags and the ways to make use of it. The scripting variables as described by this article is a page level variable declared by JSP tags.

15)   Mash that trash -- Incremental compaction in the IBM JDK Garbage Collector
Mash that trash -- Incremental compaction in the IBM JDK Garbage Collector is a tutorial that discusses about the incremental compaction technique that reduces the pause times.

16)   Configuring Slide with Catalina
This is a piece of writing based on the use of Slide and Catalina, which are used for building applications with Servlets and JSP. Slide; mentioned in this article is a project with multiple modules tied together using WebDAV and Catalina is a servlet container.

17)   Improve the performance of your Java code
This article shows the means to improve the performance of Java code. Compilers can automatically transform algorithms expressed concisely as tail recursive methods into loops and thereby improve program performance.

18)   Tag Conventions in JSP
This article describes the tag conventions in Java Server Pages. Java Server Pages has two primary conventions: Scripting-Oriented Tags and XML-Based Tags. Scripting-Oriented Tags contain all information relevant to the tag within the individual tags themselves.

19)   Demystifying Extreme Programming: Just-in-time design
Demystifying Extreme Programming: Just-in-time design is a tutorial that teaches the users how to develop the Just in time codes. This tutorial requires the users to have an intermediate level of Java knowledge.

20)   Java programming code page considerations
Java programming code page considerations is an article that explains problems of code pages vis--vis Java Unicode and its drawbacks and sample solutions with the help of which the programmers can generate a more real platform-independent and code page independent applications.

21)   Working with preferences: the Preferences API Specification
You can manipulate user preference data and configuration data by the Java 1.4 package due to the addition of java.util.prefs. You can have access to implementation-specific registry like the windows registry on windows platform.

22)   How to lock down your Java code
This tutorials is helpful when you want to access open-source libraries on the you have to spend a lot of time on sifting through codes not written by you. This tells how to smoothly handle that and at the same time protect your codes from being accessed.

23)   Building your first JSP custom Tag
This tutorial assumes that you have no prior knowledge of JSP tags and teaches about what custom tags are, and how to build a JSP tag. It teaches you how to build a custom tag and pack it with useful functions and provide it to the end-user.

24)   Unclogging Server Bottlenecks with Active Containers
Unclog the server bottleneck with active containers is a tutorial that provides the users with the solution for the problem of repeated processing of data.

25)   Filtering tricks for your Tomcat
This is an article based on filtering provided by Tomcat 4. The article explains the ways to make productive use of filters in projects and also explains the filtering in Tomcat 4. Filtering is an important feature of Servlet 2.3 and can be implemented in all J2EE platforms.

26)   Concurrent programming in the Java language
The Java language supports multithreaded programming. This tutorial helps you understand the proper use of multiple threads in a Java program. It assumes that you are familiar with the concepts and terms of Java language.

27)   Best Practice with Expresso Framework
This is article explains the uses of Expresso Framework, which is a large tool kit of classes. Expresso Framework is a database-driven tool kit, which can use databases like Mysql, Sybase, Oracle, DB2, and Postgres etc.

28)   Weighing in on Java native compilation
This article explains the basic means to compile codes and an overview of the popularity of Java native compilers vis--vis the JVM. The Java native compilers have a long way to go before it is mature enough to resolve the Java performance issues.

29)   Exception Handling in JSP Pages
Exceptional events can happen anywhere in any program. This article discusses how exceptional events can occur in a JSP page and how you can detect these exceptional events and to display to the user a more purposeful message.

30)   Examining Java Server Pages in detail
In this article you will be taken on a tour of what the anatomy of a JSP page is and teaches how to use these elements. A JSP page consists of Directives, Scripting Elements, JSP Tags. JSP pages are Java Servlets as they are compiled in Java Servlet classes.



 
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