It is easy using Jackson to convert JSON string to Object. In this page I will show you how to convert JSON string to generic object with Jackson. TypeReference is very useful when you convert json string to generic object (like Map, List or other generic object).
The code below shows how to calculate relative time. Invoke getRelativeTime method by passing a timestamp.
You will get UnrecognizedPropertyException if you convert json string to object with unknown field. There are 2 ways to avoid this problem. Use JsonIgnoreProperties annotation or add DeserializationFeature.FAIL_ON_UNKNOWN_PROPERTIES to ObjectMapper configuration. Examples are in the following.
We use Jackson convert object to json string. If you do not add any configuration the string is plain-text without formatted. There are 2 ways to make the json pretty when using Jackson convert object to json.
In this page we will go through different garbage collectors in java. I have introduced the algorithms of garbage collection in last blog. There are 7 garbage collections in hotspot virtual machine.
There are several garbage collectors in java. If your program is small you do not need change the default collector in virtual machine. But if your program become bigger and bigger you need think about change the JVM arguments or even change the collector of virtual machine to make it run efficiently. In this blog I will introduce the algorithm of them. In general, there are 4 algorithms to garbage collection.
It is easy to use markdown write formatted text. If you want add quotes in your text you can add > before the line. Examples like following.
There are a lot of tools to monitor IO in Linux. iotop is one of the most common command to monitor IO of each process. iostat is another common commands. I will show you how to use them in this blog.
We often use top command to see the tasks in Linux. There are many numbers in the output of top. In this page I will shortly introduce them. The output of top command is like following.
As we all know, we can use Alt+F4 to close any windows in Window. But Alt+F4 is hard for us to press. Every time I have to find the F4 button. I want change the way to close windows especially for Window Explorer. Recently I found AutoHotkey can help me solve this problem. In this blog I will show you how to close Windows Explorer with ESC button.
Sometimes we need request the resources programmatically. Apache HttpClient is one of the best way to make a request in your project. This blog will show you how to make "Get" and "Post" request for restful resource. The structure of this project is like following.
Plus or minus date in java is boring. joda-time can help you finish this task easily. If you use JDK8 you may not need use joda-time, there is a new date API in JDK8. For more detail you can click here. In this blog I will show you how to use joda-time plus or minus date.
Unit test can help you correct the logic error. In this page I will show you how to use unit test in spring. I create a simple project to display a sentence in the page. The structure of this project is like following.
You can return jsp file name in Spring MVC controller when you want client show this page. You can also add forward or redirect keyword at the front of jsp file. I will show you how to "redirect" and "forward" a page in this blog.
A key will repeat when you press and hold down it. You can change the repeat rate (make it quicker or slower). Open "control panel" -> search "keyboard" in the top right input box. Click "Keyboard" to open "keyboard properties" dialog box. You can see there are two scroll bars. The first one is for repeat delay and the other is for repeat rate. Now you can adjust them. Do not forget click "OK" button.