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All About the Singleton Design Pattern
Using the Singleton pattern allows you to have a class distribute the only instance of itself. This restricts instantiation of a class to one, which can be useful when you require exactly one object to coordinate actions across an application.

Generate a PDF Report from a Database with BIRT
Business Intelligence and Reporting Tools (BIRT) is an Eclipse plug-in reporting system for Web applications. It supports data access from databases, XML documents, EJBs, Web services, JavaBeans, and POJOs. Learn the ins and outs by generating a sample PDF report from a sample database.

Parsing with StAX in JDK 6.0
Most developers parse their XML documents with the DOM or SAX APIs--one takes up too much memory, and the other uses the highly inefficient push parsing model. Find out how JDK 6.0's pull parsing-based Streaming API for XML is the most efficient method yet.

Book Excerpt: IntelliJ in Action
This authoritative guide to IntelliJ IDEA shows you how to use this IDE's powerful development features to their fullest advantage. This excerpt from Chapter putlines the basics with a simple "Hello World" program.

Creating Content and Protocol Handlers in Java
Did you know you can mimic the way your browser handles MIME types in your Java apps? Learn how by creating a Web client, server, and a dedicated viewer for a new image type.

Save Time with the Ultimate toString Method
Despite their performance and time-saving benefits, many developers don't take the time to include toString methods in their code. But coding toString methods doesn't have to be an ordeal! Find out how to make a generic toString method that can be used for any class.

Book Excerpt: AJAX Hacks
AJAX is one of the most important combinations of technologies for Web developers to know these days. This excerpt contains five AJAX hacks, dealing with request objects and XML data.

Using Rasters for Image Processing, Part 2
Rasters provide superior image control, allowing you to process entire images or only pieces of them and full pixel color control. Part II of this series explores how to create and convert rasters, as well as how to apply Java 2D filters.

Java to XML and Back Again with Castor XML
You've heard of JAXB, but have you heard of this open source data binding framework? Find out how to use it to transform your Java classes to XML and back to Java.

Java to XML and Back Again with Castor XML
You've heard of JAXB, but have you heard of this open source data binding framework? Find out how to use it to transform your Java classes to XML and back to Java.

Development Standards in Apache Struts
When you've got a team of developers working on an application, standardization is crucial. This article offers several pieces of advice to help improve development speed and the quality of your applications.

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 No. 264
 Posted on 8 June, 2006
 
 
 
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