Monthly Archives: April 2013

JavaMelody: Easy to use and powerful monitoring tool for Java EE applications


While writing one of my search web application, I asked one of my friend for a free, lightweight,  open-source tool for monitoring my application. What all I needed was average response times or page load times, error trends, and testing

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Indexing and Searching Text Files using Lucene


Lucene is an open-source full-text search library written in Java, which makes it easy to add search functionality to an application or website. In this post, I will try to give a quick overview of how Indexing and Searching can be

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All about Twitter Bootstrap


How to use? To use Bootstrap in an HTML page, developer must compile one CSS file from the downloaded LESS stylesheets. This can be done with a special compiler. Then they need to integrate the generated CSS file into the HTML file. If

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Quote of the day


“Walking on water and developing software from a specification are easy … if both are frozen” – Edward V Berard

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