Apache Software Foundation (ASF) has developers Struts as an open source web application development. The framework is being used widely by programmers to create Java EE internet applications. It enables web developers to create application by using model-view-controller (MVC) architecture by adopting and extending the Java Servlet API. The Java programmers also have option to use WebWork, a framework spun from Struts. Despite retaining the original architecture of Struts, WebWork comes with several enhancements and refinements. Thus, the Java programmers can rely on Struts to create large and complex enterprise application by Continue reading Struts – In What Ways Does It Support Java Programming
Apple has spent several years in making of Swift. Apple put down the foundation for Swift in order to improve the current compiler, debugger, and also framework structure. The memory management has been made easier with Automatic Reference Counting (ARC). The framework stack, designed on the strong base of Foundation and Cocoa, and also been modernised and standardised all around. Objective-C alone has developed to support blocks, collection literals, as well as modules, allowing framework adopting of latest language technologies with no interruption. Continue reading Promising future for app developers with Apple’s Swift
A number of experts are considering Android to be the future of Microsoft. It’s not that they are making news out of air or are just trying to make it to the headlines. There are solid and valid reasons behind their opinions. Let us discuss them.
Microsoft has already made significant profit from Android Continue reading Why is Android considered to be the future of Microsoft?
As a core technology markup language for the web, HTML5 comes with the elements and attributes required for developing robust web and mobile applications. A number of reports have also highlighted the effectiveness of HTML5 in building mobile business intelligence (BI) and CRM applications compatible with a wide range of browsers and devices.
As the name suggests, Hibernate Object-Relational Mapping or ORM is an object-relational mapping library that is used in Java. The library provides a framework that helps in mapping object-oriented models of domains. The main objective of Hibernate is to solve the object-oriented impedance issues through the process of replacing the direct persistence-related accesses of database with functions that are involved in high-end object handling.
The primary feature that Hibernate comes up with is a unique mapping ability from various classes that are used in Java to the database tables and the same from Java data types to the SQL data types. The library also provides a string of retrieval facilities as well as a high end data query that facilitates handling the backend features. It also generates SQL calls, while making the lives of the developers easier, by automating set handling as well as object conversion. Besides, applications that use Hibernate also support SQL database with hardly any performance overhead.
The new products of Apple are generally released around the fall; thus those who are fans of their products wait with bated breath for the next releases around this time. In this context, the next releases from the Apple stable are supposed to be iOS 8 and iPhone 6 which will be released sometime around September. The news about iOS 8 release was publicized on June. Now, with just a few days left for the release, people are growing increasingly curious about the new additions or changes that might be introduced in it. Here is a sneak peek at some of the features which are expected to be seen in the new release.
In the previous 7th version, the operating system had seen vast changes in the design aspect; there was a total overhauling. So as per some reports, there will not be major changes in the design aspect. The focus would rather be on incorporation of new apps as well as features in this version.