How to iterate list on JSP in Spring MVC

To iterate the ArrayList or any list on JSP in SpringĀ  MVC framework, you can use the JSTL (JavaServer Pages […]

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React useEffect Hook Example

In React, components are the building blocks of user interfaces, and they can have side effects outside the rendering process. […] Continue reading »

React useState Hook Example

In this blog, we will learn the useState hook and explore its features and benefits with examples. The useState hook […] Continue reading »

Getting Started with Git and Setup Development Environment

Git is a distributed version control system commonly used for managing and tracking changes in source code during software development. […] Continue reading »

Method Reference in Java 8

In Java, method reference is a feature introduced in Java 8 that allows you to refer to a method by […] Continue reading »

System.arraycopy() vs. Arrays.copyOf() in Java

In Java, both Arrays.copyOf() and System.arraycopy() are methods used to copy elements from one array to another. But, they are […] Continue reading »

Java Objects Class Example

The Objects utility class is part of java.util package and was introduced in Java 1.7. It provides static methods that […] Continue reading »

Java StringJoiner Class: Simplify String Concatenation

Java 8 introduced a new utility class called StringJoiner, which provides a convenient and expressive way to join strings together […] Continue reading »

JsonMapperException: No JsonMapper class is found

You might have faced the below exception org.jobrunr.utils.mapper.JsonMapperException: No JsonMapper class is found. Make sure you have either Jackson, Gson […] Continue reading »

Spring @RestControllerAdvice Annotation Example

Spring Framework, with its extensive support for building RESTful APIs, offers a convenient way to handle exceptions using the @RestControllerAdvice […] Continue reading »

Java throw and throws Keywords

In this blog post, we will explore the purpose and usage of Java’s throw and throws keywords. Java provides two […] Continue reading »

Java Stream map() vs flatMap() Method

Java Stream is a powerful feature introduced in Java 8 that allows developers to process collections of data in a […] Continue reading »

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