Posts containing "comparison"

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Solutions for a filterable sortable pageable list in Spring

József Lakatos

Alex Sükein

(GraphQL, REST, …) Hello again everybody, it’s Süxy here! Today we are going to take a look at several custom implementations for the good old “filterable + sortable + pageable list” problem. In this post we are going to compare the oldschool REST solution with GraphQL and our custom solution (both at the source code level and performance)...
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#comparison #code #databases #graphql

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Rancher and Grafana – A long case-study to learn some DevOps

Gergő Törcsvári

Motivation Cryptotrading is so cool and profitable these days… So I decided to try it out. But if you want to do something well, you need a lot of information and tools. I wanted some visualization, with chat (Slack) integration, and some alerting tools/bots. This post will describe the tools I found and started playing...
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#comparison #Blockchain #AppDeployment

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Push Notifications – a bigger picture

Gábor Pap

Many applications we create require the ability to send push notifications. Sometimes we are the ones who made the client and the backend side as well. The available tutorials are helpful but not always entirely clear; we met quite a few challenges. Let’s look at a specific example.
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#Android #code #comparison #databases

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Easy open source licenses

Fanni Medvey

A simple description of open source licences so you’ll know how to use them The Open Source Community and Licenses The open source community creates and uses free software. A copyright ensures that the author possesses exclusive rights to their product. With a licence the copyright holder provides the rights to study, change, and distribute the software to...
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#comparison #OpenSourceLicenses

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ConstraintLayout 1.0

Tamás Agócs

What happened since the first release of ConstraintLayout? Has it changed for the better or the worse? These and similar questions will be addressed below: Introduction It’s been a while since I last wrote about ConstraintLayout and how fun playing around with it is. Meanwhile it went through several alpha, beta and stable versions, so let’s dive...
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#comparison #ConstraintLayout

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Angular2 Grid Options

Vera Szikes

The longest project in which I was ever involved in took a year. Thanks to this, I learned a lot. I remember how much of a beginner I was when I joined the team compared to now. For example, I couldn’t imagine how could I make a nice and clear table from lot of data...
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#Angular #comparison

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Speed Recommendation for Keeping and Manipulating Objects

Kristóf Horváth

It is often the case at Wanari that we need to convert objects of one kind to become objects of another kind. This happens because we use different models in the different levels of an application. The question obviously came up: how should we do this? Does it matter what kind of a collection we...
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#comparison #databases #Java

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CouchBase: how can you make a filterable list in SpringData?

Alex Sükein

Sure it’s not Instagram filters; Couchbase filters are to be created here: What is Couchbase? Couchbase Server is a NoSQL document database with a distributed architecture for performance, scalability, and availability. It enables developers to build applications easier and faster by leveraging the power of SQL with the flexibility of JSON. http://www.couchbase.com/nosql-databases/couchbase-server Why do you...
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#code #comparison #couchbase

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Adventures of a First Time Junior Dev

Fanni Medvey

Being on the verge of employment for me was a rather scary situation as a wannabe developer. There were so many doubts in my mind – most of which in retrospect were absolutely irrational. As of now, I’ve been working at Wanari for 3 months. Here I will write about my fears as a student...
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#comparison #teamwanari

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Java8 orElse versus orElseGet – easily misused

Gergő Törcsvári

So, the Java8 Optional has two really cool (and similar) functions: the orElse() and the orElseGet(). If we quickly read the javadoc for each, we will only see a small difference; one of them has a T type as a parameter and the other has a function which must return with T (as a parameter).
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#code #comparison #Java

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A Beginner’s Guide to XML Parsing in Swift

Róbert Klacso

Tons of document formats using XML syntax had been developed, like RSS, Atom, SOAP and XHTML, so it’s good to know, how to work with them. If you are not familiar with XML, it’s basically a precisely formatted text or string, which can be parsed into an array of objects containing the precious information.
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#code #comparison #iOS #Swift

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A Native Mobile Dev’s Favorite Libraries

Gergely Szőke

A junior developer starts to develop everything by himself. However, a little experience or help will teach him that it’s not useful to write every little piece of code on his own. Enthusiastic developers provide a lot of good and widely tested solutions for problems almost everyone faces during development. Using these libraries can save you...
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#comparison #libraries