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Maven Part 4 - Project Resources
 
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Including and Excluding Resource Files with your Maven Projects
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Maven Tutorial for Beginners 5 - How to create a jar file with Maven
 
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In this video I will Explain How to Build a JAR file with Maven. Will will also cover how to create jar using maven pom.xml java - How can I create an executable JAR with, Creating a .jar Deployment Package Using Maven, creating jar using maven create jar file using maven, how to build a jar file using maven mvn create jar, maven model version, maven build jar with dependencies, how to create executable jar. -------------------Online Courses to learn---------------------------- Blockchain Course - http://bit.ly/2Mmzcv0 Big Data Hadoop Course - http://bit.ly/2MV97PL Java - https://bit.ly/2H6wqXk C++ - https://bit.ly/2q8VWl1 AngularJS - https://bit.ly/2qebsLu Python - https://bit.ly/2Eq0VSt C- https://bit.ly/2HfZ6L8 Android - https://bit.ly/2qaRSAS Linux - https://bit.ly/2IwOuqz AWS Certified Solutions Architect - https://bit.ly/2JrGoAF Modern React with Redux - https://bit.ly/2H6wDtA MySQL - https://bit.ly/2qcF63Z ----------------------Follow--------------------------------------------- My Website - http://www.codebind.com My Blog - https://goo.gl/Nd2pFn My Facebook Page - https://goo.gl/eLp2cQ Google+ - https://goo.gl/lvC5FX Twitter - https://twitter.com/ProgrammingKnow Pinterest - https://goo.gl/kCInUp Text Case Converter - https://goo.gl/pVpcwL -------------------------Stuff I use to make videos ------------------- Stuff I use to make videos Windows notebook – http://amzn.to/2zcXPyF Apple MacBook Pro – http://amzn.to/2BTJBZ7 Ubuntu notebook - https://amzn.to/2GE4giY Desktop - http://amzn.to/2zct252 Microphone – http://amzn.to/2zcYbW1 notebook mouse – http://amzn.to/2BVs4Q3 ------------------Facebook Links ---------------------------------------- http://fb.me/ProgrammingKnowledgeLearning/ http://fb.me/AndroidTutorialsForBeginners http://fb.me/Programmingknowledge http://fb.me/CppProgrammingLanguage http://fb.me/JavaTutorialsAndCode http://fb.me/SQLiteTutorial http://fb.me/UbuntuLinuxTutorials http://fb.me/EasyOnlineConverter
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Loading Resources In Java Using Eclipes IDE
 
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There are many questions posted on Experts Exchange by people starting out in Java programming, who are using an IDE, most often Eclipse and sometimes NetBeans that center around their application not being able to find a file. This is quite often an image they want to use in their application. This often happens when they create an 'executable jar'. An executable jar is an application that can be made to run in a windowing environment by double-clicking a shortcut icon, much the same as one can get a native application to run. The ultimate cause of the problem is the failure to understand the concept of the 'current directory' or the 'working directory'. Wikipedia tells us: "In computing, the working directory of a process is a directory of a hierarchical file system, if any,[1] dynamically associated with each process. When the process refers to a file using a simple file name or relative path (as opposed to a file designated by a full path from a root directory), the reference is interpreted relative to the current working directory of the process. So for example a process with working directory /rabbit-hats that asks to create the file foo.txt will end up creating the file /rabbit-hats/foo.txt." ( http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Working_directory ) When developers starting out want to display, say my-image.png in the program, they often refer to this only by the path "my-image.png", having copied this into the project. This will work fine when the application is run through the IDE, but when, like all good java applications, it is made into an executable jar and the resulting icon is double-clicked, the application fails. Worse still, since Windows associates the open action of a .jar file with javaw.exe, which is designed to run without a console window, apparently nothing at all happens and the reason the application fails is a mystery. The application is not 'relocatable'. The solution to this problem is to package the resources together with the class files in the application jar. One of the best ways to do this is to create a 'resources' folder at the package root and to place any needed resources in there. An video example of doing that in the Eclipse IDE can be seen here.
Views: 24800 Experts Exchange
How to read file from JAR file (classpath) : javavids
 
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But how to read a file from classpath? Open it with getResourceAsStream method and if you want to read text file, use InputStreamReader for conversion to Reader. Part of Java online video tutorials: http://www.javavids.com
Views: 17459 Jiri Pinkas
Copying a GitHub Repository to Your Local Computer
 
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This is video #7 in the Data School series, "Introduction to Git and GitHub." Relevant links, a command list, and the full transcript are below. Playlist: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL5-da3qGB5IBLMp7LtN8Nc3Efd4hJq0kD == LET'S CONNECT! == Blog: http://www.dataschool.io Newsletter: http://www.dataschool.io/subscribe/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/justmarkham GitHub: https://github.com/justmarkham == LINKS RELATED TO THIS VIDEO == Cloning a Repo: http://git-scm.com/book/en/Git-Basics-Getting-a-Git-Repository Adding a Remote: https://help.github.com/articles/adding-a-remote Working with Remotes: http://git-scm.com/book/en/Git-Basics-Working-with-Remotes SSH vs HTTPS: https://help.github.com/articles/which-remote-url-should-i-use == COMMAND LIST == clone repo: git clone [URL] check remotes: git remote -v add origin: git remote add origin [URL] initialize git: git init change directory: cd list files: ls == TRANSCRIPT == In this video, we're going to copy a GitHub repository to your local computer. The process I'll show you will work for a repo you created yourself or a repo you forked from someone else. For this demo, I'm going to use the "test-repo" that we created in the last video. Let's open up Git Bash. This shows my working directory. I'm going to change my working directory to the Desktop. Now we're ready to go. Note that all git commands start with the word "git", and then the name of the command, and then usually one or more arguments. In this case, we're going to use the "git clone" command to clone a GitHub repo. You simply type "git clone" and then the URL of the repo. How do you get that URL? I recommend that you go to the repo, scroll down here, and click the "Copy" button. Now go back to Git Bash, and at least in Windows, you can hit the "Insert" button on your keyboard to paste it. (The usual paste keyboard shortcut doesn't seem to work in Git Bash.) If all else fails, just paste the URL somewhere else and retype it. If you're following along at home, you should hit "Enter" at this point. I'm actually going to change my URL because I use SSH instead of HTTPS to communicate with GitHub. I now hit Enter, and it asks me for my password. When typing, it won't show you anything. Hit Enter when you're done, and if you typed the wrong password, just try again. The cloning operation is now complete. It has copied the repo into a subdirectory of my working directory, and that subdirectory has the same name as the repo. So, I can just "cd" into "test-repo" and "ls" to see the list of files. Notice that it now says "master". That indicates that I'm now in a folder that is being tracked by Git, and I'm currently working on the "master" branch. I don't need to run the "git init" command, because git has already been initialized in the folder. On Windows, if you're set up to show hidden files, you can also see this ".git" folder where all of the Git information is stored. Next, let's check on your "remotes". Remotes are simply references to repos that are not on your computer. To see your remotes, type "git remote -v". You'll see a remote called "origin", which links to your repo. This reference was automatically created during the cloning process. If you don't have an origin remote, you can add one by typing "git remote add origin" and then the URL of your repo. We've now cloned the repo and set up a remote. In the next video, we'll actually make some changes locally, commit them, and then push them up to GitHub.
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How add images to runnable jar using Eclipse 4.2
 
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Programming guide to show you how to pack your project resources in your runnable jar file. Example using PackMan with - Dependency project - Subdirectory - images sub folder and text sub folder
Views: 27634 Wichit Sombat
Importing from IntelliJ IDEA
 
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Occasionally, you may wish to import another IntelliJ IDEA project to overwrite the local project's configuration. Importing an existing IntelliJ IDEA project is simple and straightforward. https://www.jetbrains.com/idea/help/creating-a-project-by-importing-existing-sources.html Category: Basics of working with projects
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Eclipse: Fast way to Get the Current Resource's File Path into the Clipboard
 
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You can copy to the clipboard the absolute path to the current resource (i.e the file in the active editor window or currently highlighted in the project explorer) with a single keystroke. This technique should work in any version of Eclipse but I only tested it in the JDT and CDT running under Windows 7. Mac and Linux users will have to make appropriate modifications for their command shell of choice. You can find hours of tips like these (including more details on doing them under Linux) in my Pluralsight course on Eclipse. Here's the link for part 1 of the two part course. http://pluralsight.com/courses/eclipse-guided-tour-part1
Views: 6608 Tod Tech
How to copy/move eclipse project from one computer to another
 
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You can copy/move a project created in eclipse from one computer to another.
Views: 22154 Mian Asbat Ahmad
02 Src Folder
 
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Website monitoring & custom Tomcat & PostgreSQL
 
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How to use website monitoring application, which is free open-source tool: http://sitemonitoring.sourceforge.net/ Source code: https://github.com/jirkapinkas/sitemonitoring-production Running Site monitoring as a standalone application is fine, but you may want to deploy it to your custom Java EE server and use your custom PostgreSQL database. I will present this on Apache Tomcat and PostgreSQL installed on my computer. Download Tomcat ZIP file, PostgreSQL JDBC driver for your database and latest version of sitemonitoring application. Open src/main/resources/db.properties and edit this file. Also copy JDBC driver either to src/main/webapp/WEB-INF/lib, or to tomcat/lib directory. Add Maven bin directory to Windows Path. Finally go to project home directory and run: mvn clean package -P war This will create a standard war file. Copy this file to Tomcat webapps directory and start Tomcat.
Views: 2123 Jiri Pinkas
Java NetBeans Tutorial:  Connecting to a MySQL Database with Java, JDBC and NetBeans
 
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Download Java Source Code: http://www.luv2code.com/?p=992 In this video you will learn how to connect to MySQL with Java and NetBeans. Please subscribe to this channel :-) - https://www.youtube.com/user/luv2codetv?sub_confirmation=1 Video Transcript Time - 00:00 Hi, this is Chad (shod) with luv2code.com. In this video, you will learn how to connect to MySQL with Java and NetBeans. Time - 00:10 Let's go over the development process. The first thing we'll do is review the database tables, then we'll download and add MySQL database driver to NetBeans, then we'll actually create the Java code. Time - 00:25 Let's look at our database and see what data we have. We'll move to the MySQL workbench tool. See that we have a table called Employees and then we'll do a select star from that table and we'll see that we have three employees currently in our database. Time - 00:46 Now I'll create a simple NetBeans project. I'll go to the File menu, I'll select new Project. Make sure the Java application is selected and click next. For the project name, I'll give it jdbcdemo, I'll click Finish. Now what I'll do is I'll add a new Java Class. I'll select the project, I'll right click, I'll select New Java Class. For the name of the class I'll enter demo and hit finish. Now I have a basic Java Class ready to go. Time - 01:26 I will show you how to download the MySQL database driver and add it to your NetBeans project. First thing we have to do is visit the MySQL website at dev.mysql.com. On this page, we'll choose the dropdown and we'll select the platform independent. We'll choose the second entry here, the ZIP Archive and we'll click the download button. On the next page right near the bottom, we'll say no thanks, just start my download. Then we'll save it to our local system. Time - 02:07 Now let's move over to our Finder window on our file system and find the actual file that we just downloaded and I want to uncompressed it because right now it's a ZIP. I'll double click it, this will expand it or extract it. I'll look at it through list view. Now I have this new directory with the artifacts and there's a MySQL connector Java bin.jar, that's the actual JDBC driver that we'll use. Time - 02:35 Now we need to copy this file to the NetBeans project directory. I'll right click, I'll select copy then I'll switch over to NetBeans, I'll click the files tab and I'll select my project and I'll right click and I'll say paste. Even though the file is copied over, we still need to tell NetBeans that this a JAR library that we'll use on our project. What I'll do know is I'll click on the projects tab, I'll go to libraries and I'll choose add library and now I'll navigate to that NetBeans project directory where I actually have the file stored. Jbdcdemo and MySQL connector Java bin and I'll select choose. Then I'll expand this library's folder and we'll see that now this MySQL Java driver is part of this NetBeans project. Time - 03:37 Now let's start with the coding. The first thing I need to do is import Java to SQL package and then I'll drop in code for this main map it and then I'll walk through the code and show you how it works. This is our main map it, the main routine for the application. Then we have variables for the connection statement and result set. We also have the user id and password that we'll use. Time - 04:03 Then the first step is getting a connection to a database. We'll use the URL, the user id and the password. Then we go through and we create a statement object. Then we use this statement object to execute SQL query, select star from employees, then we'll process the result set and we'll simply print out the last name of the employee along with the first name. We have our accession handler and then we also clean up our resources at the end once we're done. Time - 04:42 Then to actually run the application, we will right click, select run file and at the bottom we have our output. We have our three employees that were listed in the database and our Java program was able to access it successfully. Great. Time - 04:59 Okay so this wraps up our video. You learned how to use NetBeans to connect to a MySQL database. Please subscribe to our channel to view more videos on Java, click thumbs up to like our video. Also visit our website luv2code.com to download the Java source code used in this video.
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Website monitoring & custom Tomcat & MySQL
 
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How to use website monitoring application, which is free open-source tool: http://sitemonitoring.sourceforge.net/ Source code: https://github.com/jirkapinkas/sitemonitoring-production Running Site monitoring as a standalone application is fine, but you may want to deploy it to your custom Java EE server and use your custom MySQL database. I will present this on Apache Tomcat and MySQL installed on my computer. Download Tomcat ZIP file, MySQL JDBC driver for your database and latest version of sitemonitoring application. Open src/main/resources/db.properties and edit this file. Also copy JDBC driver either to src/main/webapp/WEB-INF/lib, or to tomcat/lib directory. Add Maven bin directory to Windows Path. Finally go to project home directory and run: mvn clean package -P war This will create a standard war file. Copy this file to Tomcat webapps directory and start Tomcat.
Views: 2179 Jiri Pinkas
Website monitoring & custom Tomcat & Oracle
 
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How to use website monitoring application, which is free open-source tool: http://sitemonitoring.sourceforge.net/ Source code: https://github.com/jirkapinkas/sitemonitoring-production Running Site monitoring as a standalone application is fine, but you may want to deploy it to your custom Java EE server and use your custom Oracle database. I will present this on Apache Tomcat and Oracle Express Edition (XE) installed on my computer. Download Tomcat ZIP file, Oracle JDBC driver for your database and latest version of sitemonitoring application. Open src/main/resources/db.properties and edit this file. Also copy JDBC driver either to src/main/webapp/WEB-INF/lib, or to tomcat/lib directory. Add Maven bin directory to Windows Path. Finally go to project home directory and run: mvn clean package -P war This will create a standard war file. Copy this file to Tomcat webapps directory and start Tomcat.
Views: 1026 Jiri Pinkas
Deploying an Angular 4 App
 
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Derby Step 3 IntelliJ
 
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A Java project in IntelliJ using an embedded Derby database. Source code: https://media.pearsoncmg.com/ph/esm/deitel/java_htpeo_10%20/code_examples/ch24.zip Steps: Create new Java Project. Create .java files Create lib directory. Copy derby.jar Copy the database folder File - Project Structure - Modules - Dependencies - "+" "Jars or Directories". Find derby.jar Change path to database in .java files if necessary.
Working with Maven Repositories in m2eclipse (Part 1)
 
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Working with Maven repositories in m2eclipse. To learn more about Maven please visit http://www.sonatype.com/nexus/why-nexus/using-maven
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Recovering a Deleted files in Eclipse
 
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How to Recover a deleted file in Eclipse?????
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How to combine external libraries into a single jar file with Netbeans
 
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When netbeans compiles a jar file that uses external libraries it puts them into a libs folder with your output jar. This video demonstrates a simple, manual, method of combining the library jars and program jar into a single jar file for easy distribution.
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How to Run a Jar File
 
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Follow this step by step guide to learn how to run jar files by executing a simple command in the command prompt. Don't forget to check out our site http://howtech.tv/ for more free how-to videos! http://youtube.com/ithowtovids - our feed http://www.Facebook.com/howtechtv - join us on Facebook https://plus.google.com/103440382717658277879 - our group in Google+ Jar stands for Java Archive. These are specifically used by Java Compilers which contains a collection of classes, and other resources used by java program. These files can also be executed on user request. There could be various ways of running jar files but in this article we will teach you to run jar file via command prompt. Step 1 -- Open the Command Prompt Running jar files is very easy. First of all, press the "windows + r" key to open the run window. Over there, type in cmd and hit the enter key in order to open the command prompt. Step 2 -- Change directory Once the command prompt opens, go to the directory where the jar file is saved. In our case, it was saved on the desktop. Thus, we will use the command "cd desktop". Step 3 -- Enter the command Once there, type the command "java --jar runable_jar.jar" and hit the enter key. The "-jar" attribute is used to run the jar file using the java compiler. After the attribute comes the filename which is runable_jar and .jar is the file extension. Once the command will be executed, the text present in the file will be displayed in the command prompt. For the purpose of this tutorial, "Hello world" was the text present in the file that was part of the archive that we ran. And this is how we can run jar file.
Java - Import and Export Projects using NetBeans
 
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This video shows you how to import and export projects to and from different sources. You create a ZIP file when you export the project and read in a ZIP file when you import one.
Views: 146489 Andy Wicks
Spring Boot: Uploading Files and Images
 
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In this video we will see how to upload files, including text and image file types using spring boot. We will build the web pages to specify the files to upload and the status of upload using Thymeleaf. You can download the source code at the follwing GitHub url: https://github.com/chargeahead/SpringBootFileUpload.git
Views: 8092 ChargeAhead
How to upload MultipartFile with Spring Boot
 
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http://javasampleapproach.com/java-integration/upload-multipartfile-spring-boot How to upload MultipartFile with Spring Boot Upload files to Servlet containers, application need register a MultipartConfigElement class. But Spring Boot makes it more easy by automatically configure it. In How to upload MultipartFile with Spring Boot tutorial, JavaSampleApproach will guide you how to upload MultipartFile with Spring Boot. I. Technologies – Java 1.8 – Maven 3.3.9 – Spring Tool Suite – Version 3.8.1.RELEASE II. Overview 1. Project Structure 2. Step to do – Create Spring Boot project – Create Storage Service for File Systems – Create Upload Controller – Create upload Views – Config multipart.max-file – Init Storage for File System – Run & Enjoys results III. Practice 1. Create Spring Boot project – Open Spring Tool Suite, on main menu, choose File-New-Spring Starter Project, add project info, then press Next for needed dependencies: For Template Engines, choose Thymeleaf For Web MVC, choose Web-Web 2. Create Storage Service for File Systems Create StorageService with 4 functions: – public void store(MultipartFile file): save a file – public Resource loadFile(String filename): load a file – public void deleteAll(): remove all uploaded files – public void init(): create upload directory 3. Create Upload Controller Create UploadController class with 4 RequestMappings: – @GetMapping(“/”): to get uploadForm – @PostMapping(“/”): to upload a file – @GetMapping(“/gellallfiles”): to get all uploaded file names – @GetMapping(“/files/{filename:.+}”): to get a file from server by filename 5. Create Upload Pages Create 2 html views: – uploadForm.html – listFiles.html 6. Config multipart.max-file – spring.http.multipart.max-file-size: limit total file size for each request. – spring.http.multipart.max-request-size: limit total request size for a multipart/form-data. 7. Init Storage for File System In main SpringBoot class, use CommandLineRunner interface for initialize: StorageService 8. Run & Enjoys results Build and Run the project with SpringBoot App mode. IV. Sourcecode SpringBootUploadFile
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How to deploy your Java applications using Docker
 
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Here's our goal for this tutorial. We will compile the Java code, and on a successful build, we’ll package it up into a jar, and create a Docker container containing our Java application. We’ll do all of this within Maven. The Maven script can be called from any continuous integration tool. From there we can push the docker file to a Docker repository, or we can use it to spin up as many instances of the machine that we want. That’s the power of Docker. We define our container once, and we can run it as many times as we want. This is important for microservices. #java #docker #tutorial ▼ Like the video? Don't forget to subscribe! ➜ http://www.deegeu.com/subscribe ▼ Keep up to date with the newsletter! ➜ http://www.deegeu.com/newsletter/ ▼ Transcript ➜ http://www.deegeu.com/deploy-java-applications-using-docker Concepts: Java, Docker, microservices, maven Social Links: Don't hesitate to contact me if you have any further questions. WEBSITE : [email protected] TWITTER : http://www.twitter.com/deege FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/deegeu.programming.tutorials GOOGLE+ : http://google.com/+Deegeu-programming-tutorials About Me: http://www.deegeu.com/about-programming-tutorial-videos/ Related Videos: ▼ Microservices ➜ https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLZlGOBonMjFVdEAV4EBSPUHZmI5yD06VN ▼ Maven ➜ https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLZlGOBonMjFWF15sqjTg8O7MUNEaIl0WR Media credits: All images are owned by DJ Spiess or used under CC0 unless listed below Music: Airport Lounge - Disco Ultralounge by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Source: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1100806 Artist: http://incompetech.com/
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Adding Project Dependencies in m2eclipse
 
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A demonstration of adding project dependencies in m2eclipse.
Views: 45978 Sonatype
How to create your first repository and upload it to Github
 
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Create your first Repository on Github and upload-push your project to Github using Git ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Extra Resources: - Pro Git - Amazon Link - http://goo.gl/jKqgLQ - Ry's Git Tutorial eBook - Amazon Link - http://goo.gl/BcDzut FREE Extra Resources: - Pro Git - Free Online Version - http://goo.gl/DM3MyF ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Follow me on Twitter: @salcoder Check out the Blog: http://blog.salcoder.com
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How to force gradle to download dependencies
 
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How to force gradle to redownload dependencies. Stackoverflow question tutorial. In this video I will show you how to force gradle to redownload dependencies of your github project. There are 2 ways to do that: Using command line option to refresh-dependencies in order to refresh cache. Or You can delete local cache where artifacts are caches by Gradle. First I will start with ./gradlew build --refresh-dependencies WIth –refresh-dependencies’ Gradle will always hit the remote server to check for updated artifacts: however, Gradle will avoid downloading a file where the same file already exists in the cache. First Gradle will make a HEAD request and check if the server reports the file as unchanged since last time (if the ‘content-length’ and ‘last-modified’ are unchanged). In this case you’ll get the message: "Cached resource is up-to-date (lastModified)." By default, Gradle caches dynamic versions for 24 hours. Next Gradle will determine the remote checksum if possible (either from the HEAD request or by downloading a ‘.sha1’ file).. If this checksum matches another file already downloaded (from any repository), then Gradle will simply copy the file in the cache, rather than re-downloading. In this case you’ll get the message: "“Found locally available resource with matching checksum”. Using delete: When you delete caches rm -rf $HOME/.gradle/caches/ You just clean all the cached jars and sha1 sums and Gradle is in situation where there is no artifacts on your machine and has to download everything. Yes it will work 100% for the first time, but when another SNAPSHOT is released and it is part of your dependency tree you will be faced again in front of the choice to refresh or to purge the caches. With these approaches you can remove ClassNotFoundException during build. What are the Gradle's Features: Performance - Incremental Builds Gradle checks in between build runs whether the input, output or an implementation of a task has changed since the last build invocation. If not, the task is considered up to date and is not executed. Gradle also considers the configuration of the task as part of its input. Task Output Caching If a task has already been executed on another computer, Gradle can skip the execution locally, and instead load the task's outputs from the build cache. The typical use case is to let CI builds push to a shared build cache, and allow developers to pull from it. A local build cache is also available to reuse task outputs produced earlier on the same machine. Incremental Subtasks When Gradle discovers that the input or output of a task has changed between build runs, the task is executed again. The task can use the incremental API to learn what files exactly have changed. With this information the task may not need to rebuild everything. Compiler Daemon When you need to fork the compilation process, Gradle creates a daemon process that is reused within a multi project build. This provides a dramatic speed improvement for the compilation process. Parallel Download of Dependencies Gradle will download both dependency metadata (typically `pom.xml`) and artifacts in parallel. This is done on demand, only when the artifacts are actually required. Build Scans Web-based Build Visualization Understand what happened in your build via a rich web interface instead of a text console and text files. Build scans provide more information, more effectively. Extend and Customize Add your own data to build scans as tags, values and links. Integrate build scans into your toolchain. Track and Export History Across all Builds Track key build metrics for all of your builds, including local development builds and not just CI builds. Understand trends and export build scan data to storage of your choosing. Continuous build When a Gradle task is run in continuous mode, Gradle automatically watches for changes of the input of this task. Whenever the input changes, the task it automatically executed. You can run multiple tasks continuously in a multi-project build. Continue Execution After Failures Does not stop as soon as the first failure is encountered. Executes every task to be executed where all of the dependencies for that task completed without failure. Enables discovery of as many failures as possible in a single build execution with a very nice aggregated error report at the end. Sync Dependency Cache with Repository Gradle has a `--refresh-dependencies` option to ignore all cached entries for resolved modules and artifacts. A fresh resolve will be performed against all configured repositories, with dynamic versions recalculated, modules refreshed, and artifacts downloaded. However, where possible Gradle will check if the previously downloaded artifacts are valid before downloading again. This is done by comparing published SHA1 values in the repository with the SHA1 values for existing downloaded artifacts.
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Fix The file or directory is corrupted and unreadable error.
 
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This video describes how to fix a common error people get when opening a volume on a hard disk or removable device.
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Devops Online Training  Video
 
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PVV Technologies provide Online Training for DevOps.Our online training on DevOps course will make you learn and excel the DevOps software methodology. DevOps foundation course Duration : 30 - 35 hours 1. Linux OS and Shell Scripting - 13 hours 2. Maven - 3 hours 3. GIT - 3 hours 4. Jenkins - 3 hours 5. Chef/Ansible - 3 hours 6. Puppet - 3 hours 7. Virtualization, cloud computing basics and AWS- 3 hours Linux_OS_Basics and Shell Scripting 1. Linux_Commands 2. File_System 3. vi editor 4. Advanced_Linux_Commands 5. System_Administration 6. Advanced_System_Administration 7. Grep 8. Shell_Scripting with examples(All types of loops) 9. Regular_Expressions 10. SED 11. AWK Maven: 1. Maven basics 2. Difference between Ant and Maven 3. Installation and Setup of Maven 4. Maven lifecyclyes 5. First Maven project 6. How to compile application source 7. How to compile test source and run unit test 8. SNAPSHOT version 9. How to use plugins 10. How to add or remove resources from jar 11. dependency management 12. Deploy jar in remote repository Jenkins: 1. Basics of CI 2. Fresh instance of Jenkins installation and configuration 3. How to create a job and configure it 4. A walk-through of different features of Jenkins 5. Jenkins plugins installation and configuration 6. Practical Jenkins administration issues 7. How to integrate different build and release tools like Ant, Maven, Gradle, GIT, Perforce, SVN, Tomcat, Chef etc 8. Devise a strategy for the candidate's organization build and release process GIT 1. GIT basics 2. branching strategy 3. Difference between versioning control tools and GIT 4. Git installation 5. Getting and creating projects: initialize a directory as Git repository and copy a Git repository 6. Basic snapshoting: Adding file contents to staging area 7. view status of your files in the working directory and the staging area 8. show diff at various stages 9. record snapshot of staging area 10. undo changes and commits 11. remove files from staging area 12. stashing changes 13. Branching and merging 14. sharing and updating projects 15. Inspection and Comparison Chef 1. Basics of Chef and Infrastructure management tools 2. Learn to manage a node 3. Learn to manage a basic web application 4. Learn to develop your infrastructure code locally 5. Learn to test your infrastructure code 6. Learn to install and manage your own Chef server Puppet 1. Basics of Puppet 2. Install Puppet(Open source Puppet) 3. Type fundamentals 4. Module Fundamentals 5. Puupet server 6. PuppetDB 7. Hiera AWS 1. Basics of virtualization 2. Basics of cloud computing 3. LAMP installation 4. AWS services: EC2, S3, DynamoDB For more details call us @ + 91 8790679998 , www.pvvtechnologies.com
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Build containers faster with Jib, a Google image build tool for Java applications
 
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Containers are at the heart of many complex distributed systems. Traditionally, Dockerfiles define container image builds from the system up. You start with a base OS, add dependency libraries, and then install your application. This can be cumbersome, error prone, and slow. Google is building container images a different way. Applications that used to take minutes to build and push now take seconds. How do we do it? By building containers from the application down. Qingyang Chen and Appu Goundan demonstrate how to speed up container-based development by building container images with Jib. Jib speeds up development by finely separating your application across multiple layers and incrementally building the images. Instead of using Dockerfiles, Jib packs a Java application into a container by inferring what it needs from your Maven or Gradle project. Google has released Jib to the open source community. Qingyang and Appu share how you can leverage its capabilities to speed up your development process and orchestrate larger, more complex systems. Jib on Github → http://bit.ly/2MbCrkB Introducing Jib blog post → http://bit.ly/2M3mzDU Speaker slides → http://bit.ly/2Mc1pQN Subscribe to the GCP channel → http://bit.ly/GCloudPlatform
Views: 2536 Google Cloud Platform
Eclipse - How to Add Images to Source Folder Eclipse IDE
 
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Get Source Code/Read : http://intactabode.com/ For Developing support email your Details at : [email protected] Install Free Trail GST Ready Accounting Package Send your Contact information Name, Email, Contact Number to watch demo in English : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a4sFNtZuYzs&ab_channel=IntactAbode watch demo in Hindi : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I3eCieDpG3o&ab_channel=IntactAbode How to Add Images to Source Folder Eclipse IDE. Go to your file browser and you should see this folder under your Java project's root folder. Now copy or move your image and other resource files into it. Now go to Eclipse and right click on this "res" folder and do: Refresh. For Source Code Visit : http://corneey.com/wJ6X2K Subscribe to YouTube channel http://corneey.com/wJ6VoC Like us on Facebook http://corneey.com/wJ6C2l Follow us on Twitter http://corneey.com/wJ6C7x Follow me on Google+ http://corneey.com/wJ6Vhc linkedin http://corneey.com/wJ6V5g
Views: 21238 Intact Abode
Java File: 27 - Listing file name with path by using class File
 
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Open video & click on PAUSE option immediately to pause, set the quality of video to 720p HD before clicking PLAY option to enjoyce...
Views: 288 COFFEE DELTA
Sakai OAE Development Environment Setup
 
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Lesson describing how to set up a basic development environment for the Sakai OAE. Steps: 1.) Open up a terminal 2.) Make a directory to store OAE in, and cd into it. 3.) Grab latest binary release: curl -o nakamura.jar -L http://bit.ly/nakamura_latest 4.) Run nakamura.jar: java -Xms256m -Xmx1024m -XX:PermSize=64m -XX:MaxPermSize=512m -server -jar nakamura.jar -f - 5.) From http://github.com/sakaiproject/ , navigate to the 3akai-ux repository, and click "Fork" to create your own copy of the repository, hosted on GitHub. 6.) To copy that repository onto your local machine, enter the 'git clone' command, followed by the URL to your repository. 7.) Enter the following commands to map /dev and /devwidgets directories to the ones within your newly-cloned repo: $ mkdir load $ sakai_oae=`pwd` $ echo "provider.roots=/dev provider.file=${sakai_oae}/3akai-ux/dev" [greater-than-symbol] load/org.apache.sling.fsprovider.internal.FsResourceProvider-dev.cfg $ echo "provider.roots=/devwidgets provider.file=${sakai_oae}/3akai-ux/devwidgets" [greater-than-symbol] load/org.apache.sling.fsprovider.internal.FsResourceProvider-devwidgets.cfg 8.) Create the file testing.html in 3akai-ux/dev/, and insert any text you'd like for testing purposes. 9.) Navigate to http://localhost:8080/dev/test.html to see your changes. For written instructions in more detail, check out: http://oae-widgets.sakaiproject.org/sdk/developwidget/quicksetup
Views: 1453 Sakai Casts
[Netbeans]Clean and build netbeans unable to delete file in Netbeans
 
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Probleme build project sous Netbeans clean and build netbeans unable to delete file Maven cannot delete jar Clear your cache in NetBeans Clean and Build should stop glassfish
Views: 10144 ucef formation
Tutorial: DSpace (11 from 16) - researcher authentication using LDAP and DSpace
 
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EIFL, has made available, a sequence of tutorials by Hilton Gibson, consisting of 15 videos, about DSpace. How to configure researcher authentication using LDAP and DSpace on an Ubuntu server. Supporting information: http://wiki.lib.sun.ac.za/index.php/SUNScholar/Researcher_Authorisation Previous lesson in this sequence: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7hvGKNjc0h4 - dashboard to monitor servers Next lesson in this sequence: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9KDRiUytroM - implement ORCID on DSpace
Views: 866 EIFL
How to generate war file in Netbeans
 
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In this video i am showing How to generate war file in Netbeans. 1st ways: - clean and build your web application. and find the file directory. 2nd way: - Go to Files tab in netbeans select your web application. expand it you will get dist sub folder. now expand dist folder. Thank you for watching and please subscribe.
Views: 1208 Dharmesh Mourya
[Screencast] Artifactory 4.0 Jenkins Integration
 
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(Click "Show More" for a full clickable Table of Contents) See how to deploy your build artifacts into Artifactory from Jenkins together with exhaustive build environment information captured during deployment to enable fully reproducible builds. Promote builds and use the build's Bill of Materials to view deployed modules with their published artifacts and dependencies in all scopes. See where specific artifacts are used and receive warnings when required build dependencies are removed. Link back to the build information in Jenkins and vice versa. Exercise full control over the licenses that are used by third-party dependencies that may be included in your final software distribution as part of your Maven, Gradle and Ivy builds. Artifactory will analyze all dependencies used in your build and will notify you immediately about any third-parties that violate your organization's license policy, letting you deal with licensing issues early on during development. You can define approved and unapproved licenses, manage optional license policies, and export license reports as part of your build's Bill of Materials. Table of Contents: 00:26 - Installing Jenkins Artifactory Plugin 01:16 - Configuring Jenkins Maven Job with Artifactory Plugin 04:51 - Artifactory Build Browser 07:00 - Artifactory OSS License Management 08:10 - Artifactory Build Info JSON 08:34 - Build Diffing 10:01 - Build Related Properties 10:36 - Properties Search 11:18 - Download build artifacts archive REST resource 11:59 - Release Management with Artifactory Jenkins Plugin
Views: 47513 JFrog
Jorum DSpace - deposit IMS package and preview
 
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Video showing depositing and previewing an IMS content package into the Jorum DSace. This video was part of a presentation given to the UoC UNESCO Chair in e-Learning by Gareth Waller (Jorum Technical Manager): http://resources.jorum.ac.uk/xmlui/handle/123456789/11871
Views: 227 Gareth Waller
Improved Drag and Drop - DesktopShelves 0.8 for Mac
 
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You can now drop files from a shelf directly into Mail.app, TextEdit, and others. Use the right mouse button when dragging to insert the file contents instead of the actual file (great if you use text templates). More on http://desktopshelves.net
Views: 374 DesktopShelves
Feed reader using JSF + Primefaces
 
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At this time I show you how to read feeds from a url, in my case from my Youtube channel. any question: [email protected] Download from:
Views: 384 Gonzalo Mendoza
How to easily read data from properties file in Java : javavids
 
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How to easily read data from .properties file in Java. Part of JavaVids tutorials: http://www.javavids.com/ In this video I open FileReader using Java 7 try-with-resources block. If you cannot use Java 7 style, use this: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6LSL6zhZdNw
Views: 34406 Jiri Pinkas
Free Tools for Better Management & Compliance
 
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Court does a great job sharing tools that are either free or open-sourced that you could use to better manage your IT environment especially in these tough economic times. For more details, feel free to go to http://thegarlandgroup.net for more information on us! Thanks for watching!
Views: 504 thegarlandgroup
Minecraft 1.11.2: How to install Torch Master Mod | Minecraft Tutorial
 
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This is episode 22 of "King's Tutorials". Today I will show you how to install the Torch Master Mod using Minecraft Forge 1.11.2 v2259 for Minecraft 1.11.2. (This will work for Windows 7, 8, 8.1 and 10). Please watch the whole video and follow every step. Thank you! ● Download Links: - Minecraft Forge 1.11.2: https://files.minecraftforge.net/maven/net/minecraftforge/forge/index_1.11.2.html - Torch Master Mod 1.11.2: https://mods.curse.com/mc-mods/minecraft/254268-torchmaster ● Minecraft Directory: %appdata%/.minecraft Minecraft 1.11.2: How to download and install Torch Master Mod 1.11.2 | Minecraft Mod Tutorial Thank you for watching! If you enjoyed this video then make sure to leave a "LIKE", "COMMENT" and "SUBSCRIBE" to be notified whenever I upload a new video. ★ Subscribe: http://bit.ly/Subscribe_to_KingXee ● Social Media: - Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/emilisl1/ - Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/kingxeeshnek - Snapchat: emilisl - Twitter: https://twitter.com/KingXee_ - Steam: http://steamcommunity.com/id/KingXee/ - Spotify: https://play.spotify.com/user/1113389... ▶ Razer Exclusive Deals (US): http://send.onenetworkdirect.net/z/60... ▶ Razer (UK): http://send.onenetworkdirect.net/z/56... ▶ Cheapest game keys (G2A): https://www.g2a.com/r/kingxee ▶ Get a YouTube Partnership: http://r.mker.tv/8XT9Sy ♪ Music Credit: - All the music used in this video was provided by NoCopyrightSounds: https://www.youtube.com/NoCopyrightSounds Title: LFZ - Echoes Video Link - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q_ojhcx-wrk ♪ Background & Outro Music: Title: JJD - Future Video Link - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n1ddqXIbpa8
Views: 144 King's Tutorials
How to REALLY put apps on external sd card android
 
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REQURES ROOT!! ALSO, THERE IS A MUCH EASIER WAY TO DO THIS I HAVE DICSOVERED. YOU CAN LONG PRESS ON THE ENTRY BOXES TO MANUALLY SELECT THE FOLDERS TO MOVE INSTEAD OF TYPING IN THE PATH. BE SURE THE ENTRIES LOOK THE SAME AND CHECK THE TRANSFER FILES BOX. https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.failcodegames.hardmaze Dont ask me if it works on your particular phone because I dont know. It should work on any phone but I have no way to confirm that. Demonstrated on Galaxy Note but works with any other phone. The problem with android is you cant put most apps and games on your external sd card, They either go on the system memory or the internal sd or usb memory. If you have a removable sd card thats 32 gb or so, you want to actually use it then this video will help. Directory bind is the ONLY way to do it. The phone still thinks the app is on the phone memory but it is tricked by directory bind solving the anoying storage problem. THIS APP IS NOT ON THE PLAY STORE, IT IS HERE:Site with link for DB is here http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1410262
Views: 1484746 homebrewman23
Running the Spring Data Neo4J example: Cineasts
 
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Cineasts example on GitHub: https://github.com/SpringSource/spring-data-neo4j Spring Data Neo4j: http://www.springsource.org/spring-data/neo4j Neo4j: http://www.neo4j.org/ m2e - Maven plug-in for Eclipse: http://eclipse.org/m2e/download/ ==== ERRORS: Missing Artifacts: http://forum.springsource.org/showthread.php?134861-spring-data-neo4-2-2-0-maven-error Errors running builder 'Maven Project Builder' on project 'cineasts': http://stackoverflow.com/questions/12533885/could-not-calculate-build-plan-plugin-org-apache-maven-pluginsmaven-resources
Views: 4434 Roots Ical
How to Fix All Explorer.Exe Errors in Windows 10/7/8
 
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All explorer.exe problems fix in windows pc Unspecified error, elements not found, class not registered, server execution failed, unknown hard error, this app can’t be activated, explorer.exe application error, explorer.exe crash, explorer.exe shell32.dll, explorer.exe run time error, Facebook Page : https://www.facebook.com/MeMJTube Follow on twitter: https://twitter.com/mj1111983 Website : http://www.bsocialshine.com
Views: 62123 MJ Tube
Eclipse add JRE System Library to project
 
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Full tutorial: http://www.mxtutorial.com/2013/05/eclipse-add-jre-system-library-to.html Eclipse error: The project was not built since its build path is incomplete. Cannot find the class file for java.lang.Object. Fix the build path then try building this project
Views: 53983 TEJHOST
How To Fix "installation directory must be on a local hard drive" (ERROR) Elgato
 
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Become a youtube partner! https://www.freedom.tm/via/jeremymelhop Hey everybody this is just a tutorial on how to fix the common error "installation directory must be on a local hard drive" Enjoy. Also according to Loay El-Aswad you can simply run the installer file as administrator, i haven't tried it myself but you can give it a go :)
Add org.json library, java-json.jar, to NetBeans Java project. Run on Raspberry Pi
 
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This video show how to download and add java-json.jar (org.json) to Netbeans Java project, run on Raspberry Pi 2/Raspbian. Suppose it is same in NetBeans run on other platforms. http://helloraspberrypi.blogspot.com/2015/04/add-orgjson-library-java-jsonjar-to.html
Views: 23318 Andr.oid Eric