Tag: java7

How to create the JAR file

The JAR file format is a compressed format used primarily to distribute Java applications and libraries. It is built on the ZIP file format, and functions in a similar way; many files are compressed and packaged together in a single file, making it easy to distribute the files over a network. If you need to …

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How To Install Apache Tomcat 8 on Ubuntu

Apache Tomcat is an open source web server used to deploy and serve JavaServer Pages (JSP) and Java Servlets. This will helps you to install Apache Tomcat 8, Apache Tomcat 8 now has its first stable release: 8.0.9. Follow the steps to install Apache Tomcat 8 on Ubuntu: Step 1: Install Java 7 Before you …

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Java Essential Tips: Automatic Resource Management

Java7 introduced many features that simplifies coding which are overhead in older Java versions. In this blog we will see the feature called Automatic Resource Management. This is really a good feature in Java7 which close the resources like IO streams automatically. Everything you need to do is implement java.lang.AutoCloseable. try-with-resources Statement try-with-resources statement simply …

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