The ‘Computer programming’ Archives
Posted April 21, 2013 by

PHP: Get Form Data via POST and GET


In many applications you will need to retrieve user entered data from a form of some sort, here are a few methods of doing so with PHP.

Category PHP programming

Posted April 16, 2013 by

Resolving Variables from a Property File in Spring


When writing the configuration in a Spring file, sometimes it is desirable to maintain a list of properties external to the Spring configuration. This list of properties can be edited and the updated values will be picked up by the Spring configuration. This tech-recipe will show you how it is done.

Category Java programming

Posted April 16, 2013 by

JSP: Grab Form Data Using getparamter


Processing forms in using JSP’s in Java is simple. Learn how to use the Java getparamter() to grab data from an HTML form

Category Java programming

Posted April 11, 2013 by

PHP: Find Length and Word Count of String


It’s important to understand PHP’s numerous built in functions for manipulating strings if you ever want to be efficient with the language. Here are two really important ones.

Category PHP programming

Posted April 10, 2013 by

Setting Windows Environment Variables for Maven


In order to use Apache Maven for dependency resolution and automatic resolution of transitive dependencies for software projects on a Windows machine, it is necessary to set the proper Windows Environment Variables. This setup is necessary on all modern versions of Windows, and the steps to do so are also similar for all versions.

Category Java programming

Posted April 8, 2013 by

PHP: Create an Array


Learn how to store multiple values in one variable via an array, with PHP

Category PHP programming

Posted April 6, 2013 by

Configure Spring Project to Use Annotations


When configuring a Spring project, it is either necessary to write extensive amounts of XML configuration code or to write moderate amounts of XML configuration code and enable annotations. When annotations are enabled, Spring parses the project’s Java beans in order to find these annotations. This allows the developer to push some of the configuring […]

Category Java programming

Posted March 31, 2013 by

How to Install Spring Plugin in Eclipse


The Spring Framework contains many useful tools and plugins for a developer using Java. It is popularly used in conjunction with the Eclipse IDE for rapid, effective Java development. In order to use Spring with Eclipse, one must either download a specialized version of Eclipse which comes pre-integrated with Spring or install the Spring software […]

Category Java programming

Posted March 29, 2013 by

Python Programming: Introduction to Variables and Functions


Defining variables and functions in Python programming is a great way to simplify operations. In this tutorial, I will take you through this process by calculating the value of force for given values of mass and acceleration.

Posted March 26, 2013 by

Basic Configuration of Spring application-context.xml File in Eclipse with Maven


If you are a developer new to the Spring framework, getting started can be daunting. Let us walk through a basic configuration and setup of a Spring project using Maven for dependency resolution.

Posted March 22, 2013 by

Add Dependencies to Maven pom.xml File


Maven is a powerful tool that allows users to import dependencies into their software projects and also automatically manage transitive dependencies. In order to use Maven, it is necessary to explicitly add dependencies to the Maven pom.xml file. Once added to the Maven pom.xml file, dependencies will be automatically downloaded, updated, and have their sub-dependencies […]

Posted March 18, 2013 by

Create a New Maven Project in Eclipse


When creating a project in Eclipse, one may use Maven to manage dependencies more easily and to resolve transitive dependencies automatically. Maven projects have a consistent structure for each project created, and it is possible to create this structure automatically within Eclipse.

Category Java programming