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Spring Batch and Parsing a Horked CSV File

Development Process, Software Development, Spring, Software Solutions

By Thomas Behlau

Spring Batch is used for a number of processing jobs. It's quite robust, easy to configure and executes fairly well. One of the common tasks it is used for is parsing CSV files. But lets face it, how[...]

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Up and Running with Homebrew - part 2

Development Process, Software Development, Spring, Git, Java

In my last blog entry I walked you through the setup of a Java/Maven/Git development environment on OS X using Homebrew. In this entry I will walk you through a project using this new developer setup.

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Incorporating Deep ETags into a Spring Web Application

Software Development, Spring

By Joel Brinkman

ETags are a great way to enable a dynamic web application to take advantage of browser caching. However, outside of the ShallowETagHeaderFilter, there is very little guidance on how a developer might[...]

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How to Add Google Authentication to Your Spring Security Application

Spring, Software Solutions

By Joel Brinkman

So, you have a Spring MVC application that uses Spring Security for authentication and authorization. While your application is probably buckling under the weight of its own awesomeness, you can't[...]

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Using Dynamically Generated Enumerations

Software Development, Spring, Java

By Justin Freeman

In one of my earlier engagements at a medical company, we came across a problem I’m sure a lot of people have run up against: an application with lots of static data stored in the database. This could[...]

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Preventing Duplicate Submissions in Spring MVC

Software Development, Spring, Software Solutions

By Joel Brinkman

Trying to prevent duplicate form submissions in web application development is a problem as old as the web and is often overlooked. Unfortunately, when overlooked it may enrage your unsuspecting user[...]

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Developing a Facebook application in less than a six pack - Part Two

Software Development, Spring, Software Solutions

By Joel Brinkman

We finished up our last post having a rather lame Facebook application. Now we'll use RestFB to do something more interesting for our users.

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Developing a Facebook application in less than a six pack - Part One

Software Development, Spring, Software Solutions

By Joel Brinkman

In a few short steps, we're going to create a minimally viable Facebook Canvas application using Spring Tool Suite (STS) and Spring Roo.

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Spring Web Flow for Web Application Development

Software Development, Spring, Software Solutions

By Justin Freeman

Recently, I was tasked with taking a paper application and turning it into a web application. A colleague suggested I try Spring Web Flow since the application was several pages long. I had heard of[...]

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