Many of you might have known Spring as a J2EE framework that simplifies J2EE development by introducing the MVC (Model View Control) development methodology in J2EE.
If you ain’t have a good Oracle tool, such as Toad, and you wish to view or print a stored procedure in the Oracle database, you can check the all_source table.
Anvil, a ruby framework that uses GUI toolkit for building GUI Ruby apps. Installation instruction as follows:
$ sudo gem install anvil
PHP is kind of convenient to build web pages that have common header and footer. This is the technique we normally use when coming to building corporate web sites to maintain same look and feel over the entire websites. For example in the following piece of code (index.php), it shows you how it’s used.
$page = $_REQUEST['p'].”.inc.php”;
Juiry Zaytsev, someone who has used Prototype for almost a year for building dynamic web apps, has experienced many stupid questions raised on the Prototype discussion IRC channel. According to Juiry, that Prototype is only used at about 15% by most developers. Such as those include the 100KB Prototype.js in their web app, but what they use is only the Ajax.Request function, instead of the many short cuts and convenient functions provided by Prototype.
In a full-fledged Object Oriented Programming language such as Java, method overloading is the technique that you could use to create few functions or methods that having the same names but taking different arguments or parameters. Such as follows, the method findUser(), findUser(String), findUser(String, String) in Java.
public Collection findUser()
// the findUser() is a method that returns
// all users in a java.util.Collection object
public Collection findUser(String name)
// the findUser(String) is a method that returns the users matched
// by the specified name,
// result returned in a java.util.Collection object
public Collection findUser(String firstMame, String lastName)
// the findUser(String,String) is a method that
// returns the users matched by the specified
// first and last name, results returned in a java.util.Collection object