Category: Tutorials

Auto-updating an Android Project's versionCode

NOTE: I no longer recommend this approach. If you are using a CI system like Jenkins, you should be passing in the...

Adding SQL Server's JDBC Driver in to Wildfly

Update: 7/26/2018 - Corrected path for JDBC driver. In a previous blog post, I walked you through installing MySQL's...

Creating Blobs and Blob URIs

In the previous article, we talked about Blob URIs, which is just a reference to a Blob in a web browser. A Blob, as...

Earthquake Project - Part 3

The final piece to our project is to stitch together all of the PNG frames we generated last time into a single MP4...

Earthquake Project - Part 2

The next step that we'll need to do is convert the data we retrieved in the previous post into actual images. We'll...

Earthquake Project - Part 1

About 7 years ago I created a video that showed all of the world's earthquakes from 1980 until the present time....

Wrapping up the AngularJS To do front-end

In the previous article, we began connecting the front-end to the back-end service. In the web app, we can now see...

Tying AngularJS front-end into back-end service

Previously, we added AngularJS Material to our web application. This made things look a little nicer. We'll start...

Making the AngularJS front-end look pretty

In the previous post, we set up our AngularJS project. In this post, we'll make it look a little bit nicer before...

Building the To Do front-end using AngularJS

Update (7/3/18): Fixed webpack.config.js for Webpack 4. This series is meant as a companion to the JavaEE series...

Adding the MySQL JDBC driver into Wildfly

Out of the box, Wildfly only comes with an H2 JDBC driver. Most likely, you have a different database such as...

Making our JavaEE application CORS-aware

So far, we've built a JavaEE REST application that works for the most part. The only thing left is to add Access...