Monthly Archives: August 2017

The Bean Class for JavaFX Programming

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In my earlier article, The Bean Class for Java Programming, I presented how I want you, my students, to code a data or model class in your assignments. That style of bean class is widely used in frameworks such as Hibernate, Java Server Faces, CDI and others. There is one variant of that class that you need to know about… Read more »

The #KFCStandard pom.xml file : UPDATE

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The following article was first published in August 2015. There are some minor updates since then so I am republishing the article here on my new blog domain. The heart of a Maven managed project is the Project Object Model file named pom.xml. This determines what actions Maven will carry out. What follows is the pom file I require my… Read more »