Tutorials on different topics I have learned. The best way to know if you have learned something is when you can explain it to others, so this is what I do. Hope you enjoy them and find them useful!
- Calling a Web API from Java using Unirest
- Extracting the Contents of a Zip File in Java
- Copy a File from a URL to a Local Path
- Changing the Font of a JOptionPane
- Guava Predicates – Programming with Intention
- Scraping Web Pages with C# and HtmlAgilityPack
- Publishing to Azure hosted WordPress with C# using WordPressPCL
some things I learned while testing the java JGraph Graph Visualization and Layout library. Although the framework is simple to use, it lacks good editing capabilities, it is not well documented (codewise). After working with it a few days I decided to try the GEF framework instead.
- JGraph – Another Java Graph Framework
- Another day with JGraph – Styles and Constrained Children
- JGraph Styles
The Java Universal Network/Graph Framework, the first java graph framework I tested. Some things I learned.
- Learning JUNG – Java Universal Network/Graph Framework
- Learning JUNG (2) – Adding labels
- Learning JUNG (3) – Changing the vertex’s shape
- Learning C3.js – Lesson 1: Getting Started
- Learning C3.js – Lesson 2: Chart Types
- Learning C3.js – Lesson 3: Line Charts
- Learning C3.js – Lesson 4: Bar Charts
- Learning C3.js – Lesson 5: Mixing Chart Types
Azure’s serverless execution platform.
- Azure Functions – Part 1: Getting Started
- Azure Functions – Part 2: Serving HTML Pages with Azure Functions
- Azure Functions – Part 3: Handling HTTP Query GET and POST Requests
- Azure Functions – Part 4: Working with Visual Studio Code and Persisting Data
- Azure Functions – Part 5: Deploying to Azure from VSCode
- Azure Functions – Part 6: HTTP and Timer Triggers
- Azure Functions – Part 7: Blob, Queue, and Cosmos DB Triggers