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  • Java Properties File: How to Read config.properties Values in Java?
    .propertiesĀ is aĀ file extensionĀ forĀ filesĀ mainly used inĀ JavaĀ related technologies to store the configurable parameters of anĀ application. They can also be used for storing strings forĀ Internationalization and localization; these are known as Property Resource Bundles. Each parameter is stored as a pair ofĀ strings, one storing the name of the parameter (called theĀ key/map), and the other storing the value. Below […] The post Java Properties File: How to Read config.properties Values in Java? appeared first on Crunchify....
  • How to install & setup Apache Tomcat server on Linux Ubuntu host [on Linode]
    Setting up Apache Tomcat web server on publicly hosted Linux host is a best way to host your service. If you want to publish any Java application to world, you need public IP and hence public facing host. Using that you could host your Java application on Tomcat and access using Public URL. If you […] The post How to install & setup Apache Tomcat server on Linux Ubuntu host [on Linode] appeared first on Crunchify....
  • ArrayBlockingQueue Vs. Google Guava Non-Blocking EvictingQueue Example
    Concurrency utilities are very amazing in Java. java.util.concurrent package contains lots of utilities which we could use in number of different ways. In this tutorial we will go over difference between  java.util.concurrent.ArrayBlockingQueue and com.google.common.collect.EvictingQueue. What is EvictingQueue? EvictingQueue is part of Google's Guava library. Which is a non-blocking, bounded (Fixed Size) queue that automatically removes elements from […] The post ArrayBlockingQueue Vs. Google Guava Non-Blocking EvictingQueue Example appeared first on Crunchify....
  • JUnit Testcases in Java: Simple JUnit Hello World Tutorial with All in One Details
    What is JUnit? JUnit is a simple, powerful, open source framework to write and run repeatable tests. I love JUnit testcases. During my Java Project development, I extensively use JUnit for code coverage. It is an instance of the xUnit architecture for unit testing frameworks. JUnit features include: In this tutorial I’ll cover point 1 […] The post JUnit Testcases in Java: Simple JUnit Hello World Tutorial with All in One Details appeared first on Crunchify....
  • How to read File in Java and Count total number of Characters, Words and Lines
    Recently I got an email asking for “Can I have a tutorial on counting total number of words, lines and characters from file?” Some time back I’ve written an article on How to Read a File Line by Line in Reverse Order which doesn’t print above requested metrics. In this tutorial we will go over steps on […] The post How to read File in Java and Count total number of Characters, Words and Lines appeared first on Crunchify....
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