Java programming is not hard to learn, but proficiency in the language takes time, effort, and a lot of practice. JShell can significantly reduce the time required to learn many of the core features of the Java programming language. As a prototyping tool, JShell makes it easy to write and develop a code snippet without having to compile and run […]
I enjoy coding and learned many programming languages over the years. As diverse as these languages are, there is one trait that is consistent among them all: every instruction matters. The principles of Lean, defined as “the pursuit of perfection to achieve excellence through the continual elimination of waste,” can also be applied to programming. The seven forms of waste […]
With the recent release of Java Development Kit 12 (JDK 12), it’s time to upgrade to JavaFX-12.0.1 as well. JavaFX is now managed and released as it’s own independent entity and is not shipped as part of the Java Development Kit. If you are new to Java and JavaFX, visit Getting Started with JavaFX 12 to install and test the […]
When I learned to program, hardware and storage were scarce. It is imperative for the code to be tight and the speed of execution is and remains a first and foremost concern. Achieving this isn’t always easy and often requires some very sophisticated programming techniques. If there was ever a time or place to demand comments, a clever or complicated […]
Editing or updating records in a database using Sticky fields can save a lot of time by avoiding repetitive data entry.
When your code hits a snag, there has to be a solution. If you’ve discovered the “Rats WebGL Hit a Snag” notification, here are some articles we’ve discovered to both enlighten you and provide potential fixes. How To Fix Rats WebGL Hit A Snag Error [3 Methods] (hackingnewstutorials.com) Fix Chrome’s ‘Rats WebGL hit a snag’ error, by Venkat (techdows.com) How to […]
API Resources Using an Application Program Interface or API is not a new concept, is relatively simple, and easy to do. However, developing applications using resources outside of your local controlled environment can present new challenges and opportunities. In this instance, I was testing one of Google’s API resources and received an “OVER_QUERY_LIMIT” error message. Although it’s not too often that this […]