Customizing Swagger 2 RESTful API Documentation

Swagger 2 is very flexible to customize our RESTful API documentation information like title, description, contact details, etc.  Swagger 2 […]

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Oracle: RANK() vs. DENSE_RANK() Function

In Oracle SQL, both RANK() and DENSE_RANK() are window functions that are used to assign a ranking to each row […] Continue reading »

MySQL: LIMIT Clause

MySQL LIMIT is a clause used in SQL queries to restrict the number of rows returned from a database table. […] Continue reading »

Oracle: RANK() Function

In this blog, we will explore the concept of the RANK() function in the Oracle database. The RANK() function in […] Continue reading »

Oracle: DENSE_RANK() Function

The DENSE_RANK() function in Oracle is used to assign a unique rank to each distinct row within a result set […] Continue reading »

Java 8 Collectors.groupingBy() Method Example

In this blog post, we will explore the Collectors.groupingBy() method, a valuable tool for grouping elements in a stream based […] Continue reading »

Find nth Largest elements from Integer List using Java Stream

To find the nth highest elements from an integer list using Java 8 Stream API, you can follow these steps: […] Continue reading »

Java 8 – Find Non Duplicate Elements from List

In Java 8, you can use the Stream API and lambda expression features to find the non-duplicates element from a […] Continue reading »

IntelliJ IDEA- Undo and Redo Shortcut Keys

If you are switching to IntelliJ IDEA from any other integrated development environment, you might notice the shortcut key combinations […] Continue reading »

React useCallback Hook: Optimize Your Functional Components

In the world of React, performance is a crucial aspect of building efficient and responsive applications. As applications grow in […] Continue reading »

IntelliJ IDEA – Disable Method Chains Inlay Hints

In the IntelliJ IDEA, you can disable the method chains inlay hints from the setting. Follow the below steps for […] Continue reading »

Java ReentrantLock Example

In Java, ReentrantLock is a synchronization mechanism provided by the java.util.concurrent.locks package. It is an implementation of the Lock interface […] Continue reading »

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