The 9h weekly review starts with the usual Spring releases and great webminars, API architecture and testing resources.
I’m a software engineer with a passion for REST, TDD and clean code, Web Security and Data Mining. Baeldung is about all of these and more.
Here's what I've written (so far):
The 8th weekly review, going wide from the design of a new Hypermedia type to best practices on Unit Testing, and a slew of Spring releases.
How to do Basic Authentication with the Spring RestTemplate.
Quite some useful articles this week – and a few must reads, if you’re doing any non-trivial development.
Another great set of articles out in the 2nd week of February – covering the whole spectrum – Security, Performance testing, patterns and a few other subjects.
Week 5 review – really good articles on HTTP and REST this week, among other things.
Do Basic Authentication with the HttpClient 4 – simple usecase, preemptive auth and how to manually set the Authorization header.
Some great Spring, Security and REST articles from the 4th week of 2014.
How to set a custom header on one/all requests sent via the HttpClient 4.
Some great Spring, Security and REST articles from the 3rd week of 2014.
My takeaways from the 2nd week of 2014.
Use Jackson to map custom JSON to any java entity graph with full control over the deserialization process.
Control your JSON output with Jackson 2 by using a Custom Serializer.
Interesting articles from week 1 of 2014.
How to convert an InputStream to a String using plain Java, Guava or Commons IO.
How to unmarshall a JSON that contains Unknown Properties using Jackson.
A quick list of the most popular articles from 2013, by number of views.
How to enable POST Redirect with Apache HttpClient.
Stop the Apache HttpClient 4 automatically following redirects – A Day will come when redirects will be followed, but it’s not THIS DAY!
Learn how to process lines in a large file efficiently with Java – no need to store everything in memory.