A quick and practical guide to adding custom headers to HTTP requests with Java’s HttpClient.
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A quick and practical guide to getting ASCII value of a char in Java.
A quick example of the Rock-Paper-Scissors implementation in Java.
A quick and practical conversion guide between byte arrays and UUID.
A quick and practical guide to computing an X509 certificate’s thumbprint in Java.
A quick and practical guide to using dot as decimal separator in Java.
A quick and practical guide to mimicking “touch” behavior in Java.
Learn different ways to compare strings while ignoring whitespace in Java.
By default, Jackson expects the field names in JSON to match the ones in our Java POJOs. As Java usually uses camel case field naming by convention, this makes it harder to deserialize snake case JSON. We look at some ways to configure our code so that we can load JSON with other field naming conventions.
A quick and practical guide to converting objects into byte arrays in Java.