Monthly Archives: May 2018

REST Client Code Generated by NetBeans Does Not Handle Lists and the Solution

In my Introduction to Java Web Services course I use as an example a web service that returns a List of JPA entity objects of type Fish. A Fish is just several fields that describes different aspects of aquarium fish. For many years, going back to 2004, I only showed SOAP services. The code generator in my favourite IDE, NetBeans,… Read more »

Raspberry Pi, Java, and the GoPiGo3 – Part 1: Setting up the GoPiGo3

The following article assumes that you have successfully assembled the GoPiGo3 robot car from Dexter Industries. I found the assembly instructions well written and the parts are quite sturdy. I expected this considering that the GoPiGo3 is aimed at the education market rather than the hobbyist and to have a product that children will work with needs to be sturdy…. Read more »