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Video tutorial to demonstrate how to create, deploy and test JAX-WS SOAP based Web Services in NetBeans.
In this article we guide you through how to create expandable XFA forms in Livecycle Designer.
In Part 1 of this series, I discussed the basics of loading data from an XML file... more »
This post gives the complete guide to crop an image view in android as in Facebook... more »
In this article we compare PDF XFA DOM and HTML DOM elements.
This post contains the basics of how ,when and why to use the actionbarcompact
learn to include the external fonts in the android app
In this article Sophia gives a tutorial on how to create your own RSS Feed so that... more »
Cypher is a neat way to manipulate a Neo4j database. It would be equally amazing if... more »
Have you ever wanted to trouble shot someone else web page which contains the... more »
Following is the self explanatory code in Delphi XE4 to create XML document using... more »
By using Delphi XE4 RAD Studio, you can create an XTR file from the given XML file... more »
Unbescape is a powerful yet very easy to use open source Java library that fully... more »
A small tutorial that describe for beginners how to develop a restful web service with Apache CXF
In this article we take a look at PDF/XFA Gradient and Pattern Border shading in HTML5 Conversions.
Spring 4 + Rest Web Service + JSON Example with Tomcat
In this example we are going to show how to use the JAXB marshal functionalities.... more »
In this post I will show how an embedded ActiveMQ broker is automatically started... more »
This blog post continues the XJC plugin theme with an example of how to incorporate... more »
Oracle 9i introduced a new datatype - XMLType - specifically designed for handling... more »
In this article we take a look at dynamic XFA/PDF and the resolveNode method when converting to HTML.
Just press a button and let the program teach you everything.
XJC (the XML Schema-to-Java conversion tool supplied with Java JDKs) does a fairly... more »
Whenever someone gives you a problem, think graphs. They are the most fundamental and... more »
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