I think, whenever we see a chart in a magazine, in books or applications our brain say’s to us Yeepie!!!
Don’t read these stupid texts or tables! Just look at the green or yellow line and hope that they are above the other lines or hope that your opinion is the biggest part of the pie. This saves us a lot of work and in my opinion we should concentrate on drawing beautiful colorized pie charts, instead of writing long boring articles.
But the question is: How do I draw these beautiful colorized pie charts? The simple answer is: you don’t have to, because google will draw them for you and you just have to tell them what to draw via the google charts api.
Tomcat 7 with Eclipse Juno
Several POJOs (player, team, club)
Create JSON Object in Java using Jackson
Use a simple JSP to offer the JSON data
Download the latest jars from http://wiki.fasterxml.com/JacksonDownload (in my case version 2.1.4)
Create a new Dynamic Web Project:
Eclipse new dynamic web project
Add the downloaded JARs to your project:
Add Jackson Jars
Posted on March 9, 2013
Getting started with Hibernate:
Getting started with Hibernate 4.1.8 on Eclipse Juno with Hibernate Tools 3.4.0.
My recommendation is to use those as well. It is also not part of this post to install the mysql database.
Download Hibernate 4 here and JDBC driver here.
We have got a house and a person. A Person can “live” in one house. A house can have many people living in it.
Setting up the project:
Create a new Java Project which is called DuckoutHibernate.
Here I will show you how to handle a moving object in Android.
The object we are talking about is a circle which moves from the left side to the right side and back – all the time.
First of all we have to know how Android manages UI elements.
View and ViewGroup
“All user interface elements in an Android app are built using View and ViewGroup objects.”
Prerequisite: Android ADT Plugin for Eclipse.
What we gonna have at the end is a calculator for Android. It will be able to summate, subtract, multiply and divide:
You need to write a number in the upper field and click a button for the operation you want. The result will be shown below the buttons.
Create your Android Project. In this case I named it Calculator and used the package de.duckout.calculator and choosed Android 2.3.3 as Build SDK and also Android 2.3.3 as Minimum Required SDK.