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Java Application Development using Eclipse and Gradle

In this tutorial, details about developing Java jar and web applications in Eclipse using Gradle as build tool are provided. It also covers details about deploying java web application to tomcat.

Developing Kotlin Web Application using Eclipse and Maven and Deploying it to Tomcat

This tutorial provides details about developing kotlin web application using Eclipse and Maven and deploying it to Tomcat.

Creating Kotlin Jar Using Maven in Eclipse

In this tutorial, you can learn how to create Kotlin project which contains both java and kotlin code and package it as jar using Maven in Eclipse.

Running Maven Web Application on Tomcat in Eclipse

This tutorial explains how to create a Maven web application and build war in eclipse and deploy it to Tomcat from Eclipse.

Using Maven in Eclipse

In this tutorial, you can learn how to use Maven Eclipse plug-in to create, build and package java projects.

Running Kotlin Program in IntelliJ IDEA

You can use IntelliJ IDEA to develop kotlin applications. This tutorial explains steps involved in creating and running Kotlin application using IntelliJ IDEA.

Running Kotlin Program in Eclipse

In this tutorial, you can learn how to setup eclipse for writing programs in Kotlin, create Kotlin project, write a sample Kotlin program and run it in eclipse.

Java Stream Examples

Java stream package contains classes which support functional style operations on stream of elements, for example it allows you to define functions and apply them sequentially or parallel on each element in the stream.

Google App Engine Java Application Example using Maven

Google App Engine allows you to easily build and deploy java based web applications to cloud using its development tools.

Java Collections Map Tutorial

Map is a part of java collections framework and it holds keys and its values. For each key, there can be only one value. Map can’t contain duplicate keys.

Java Collections Deque Tutorial

Deque is a double ended queue, meaning it allows elements addition and removal at both ends of the queue. Deque implementations can be with fixed capacity or without capacity limitation on the number of elements it can hold.

Java LinkedTransferQueue Example

LinkedTransferQueue is an unbound blocking queue. It implements TransferQueue interface which allows producer to wait for consumer to receive elements.