New codingmarks added in the 4th calendar week of 2018


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New codingmarks added in the 4th calendar week of 2018. Hot topics this week:

angular

Conduit - angular example

Exemplary real world application built with Angular 5+


async

How to make parallel calls in Java with CompletableFuture example – CodingpediaOrg

This blog post presents an example about how to make parallel calls in Java with CompletableFuture in an asynchronous fashion. It resembles somehow the parallel calls pattern one can achieve in JavaScript with async-await and Promise.all


asynchronous

Guide To CompletableFuture Baeldung

Quick and practical guide to Java 8’s CompletableFuture.


Java 8 CompletableFuture Tutorial CalliCoder

In this tutorial you’ll learn what CompletableFuture is and how to use CompletableFuture for asynchronous programming in Java.


debugging

Debugging and logs

Explains the capabilities of the Postman Console, which is analogous to a browser’s developer console, except that it’s tuned for API development.


dev-tools

Regexper

Regular expression visualizer using railroad diagrams


jackson

java - Ignoring new fields on JSON objects using Jackson - Stack Overflow

Mark the POJO to ignore unknown properties

@JsonIgnoreProperties(ignoreUnknown = true)

java

How to make parallel calls in Java with CompletableFuture example – CodingpediaOrg

This blog post presents an example about how to make parallel calls in Java with CompletableFuture in an asynchronous fashion. It resembles somehow the parallel calls pattern one can achieve in JavaScript with async-await and Promise.all


Guide To CompletableFuture - Baeldung

Quick and practical guide to Java 8’s CompletableFuture.


Java 8 CompletableFuture Tutorial - CalliCoder

In this tutorial you’ll learn what CompletableFuture is and how to use CompletableFuture for asynchronous programming in Java.


java - Ignoring new fields on JSON objects using Jackson - Stack Overflow

Mark the POJO to ignore unknown properties

@JsonIgnoreProperties(ignoreUnknown = true)

javaee

How to make parallel calls in Java with CompletableFuture example – CodingpediaOrg

This blog post presents an example about how to make parallel calls in Java with CompletableFuture in an asynchronous fashion. It resembles somehow the parallel calls pattern one can achieve in JavaScript with async-await and Promise.all


javascript

Regexper

Regular expression visualizer using railroad diagrams


json

java - Ignoring new fields on JSON objects using Jackson - Stack Overflow

Mark the POJO to ignore unknown properties

@JsonIgnoreProperties(ignoreUnknown = true)

package-manager

Introducing Turbo: 5x faster than Yarn & NPM, and runs natively in-browser 🔥

Note: This is part of a talk I’m giving at Google’s Mountain View campus on Wednesday, December 6th — come join! When we first started working on StackBlitz, our goal was to create an online IDE that…


postman

Debugging and logs

Explains the capabilities of the Postman Console, which is analogous to a browser’s developer console, except that it’s tuned for API development.


regex

Regexper

Regular expression visualizer using railroad diagrams


rest

Debugging and logs

Explains the capabilities of the Postman Console, which is analogous to a browser’s developer console, except that it’s tuned for API development.


turbo

Introducing Turbo: 5x faster than Yarn & NPM, and runs natively in-browser 🔥

Note: This is part of a talk I’m giving at Google’s Mountain View campus on Wednesday, December 6th — come join! When we first started working on StackBlitz, our goal was to create an online IDE that…


vim

Vim tips: The basics of search and replace

  • published on:  2006-06-28
  • tags:   vim

Great explanation with good examples. One of them

:8,10 s/search/replace/g

Looks in the range of lines 8-10 and replaces all (g) searchoccurences with replace


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New codingmarks published in week 52 of 2018

Published on January 01, 2019