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7 Reasons You Shouldn’t Consider Free Java Hosting

In today’s world, if you don’t have a website for your business, you’re practically irrelevant. That’s why so many people turn to free Java hosting services. But if you’re trying to run a serious business, build a professional portfolio, or run a successful blog, you...

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Why Is Java Hosting More Expensive Than Traditional Hosting?

Now more than ever, having a fast and reliable website is essential to your brand’s image. But for the budget-conscious developers, the added price of Java Hosting inevitably raises a red flag, leaving many to wonder why Java hosting is expensive. While the Java...

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Spring MVC Web Application Tutorial With Examples: Part 1

The purpose of this Spring MVC tutorial is to build a web-application utilizing the Spring MVC framework, including real world examples. This tutorial will be presented in multiple parts with each subsequent part building in more functionality such as using a...

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Spring Framework Web Hosting

If you developed or had developed a Java application that uses the Spring Framework with MVC, chances are you want to host it online to make it accessible to its users. The good news is that our Tomcat hosting plans all support Spring! This means you can select...

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Tomcat Realm: Tutorial & Examples

What is Tomcat Realm? Definition: Tomcat Realms is an interface for connecting Catalina to a existing database of usernames, passwords and roles to handle application authentication. You can manage your user access and their roles. Roles are grouping of users based on...

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Memory and the Java Runtime.exec Process

Today, we will be learning how to get a Mac address off of your machine and that Java's memory management does not work on external processes run by the operating system even if they were invoked by a call from within a running Java class. The very most important part...

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Dependency Primer in Java Development

Every software project has dependencies: your own resources, your own APIs you've created, third party APIs and projects, etc. We've all had to deal with them at some point in our career. Recently while playing with Gradle (www.gradle.org) I've come to a realization...

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Multiple Domains Tutorial for our Tomcat Hosting

This tutorial explains how you can host multiple domains with a private Tomcat web Hosting package at JavaPipe using a pointer or secondary domain. While both secondary and pointer domains share the main package's tomcat there are differences as listed...

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Is Tomcat An Application Server?

There is no simple yes or no answer to this question as it depends on where you stand in the mix of things. The answer would be yes for those who are currently using it as an application server and a no for those who have deployed more complex servers due to one...

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JBoss Seam in Depth: Exception Handling Part 2

I would like to thank those who provided feedback for Part 1 of this exception handling series. A special thanks goes out to Dan Allen and Dan Hinojosa for the wonderful constructive feedback. I'm sure over time these posts will improve and become better. This entry...

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WordPress Hosting in the Cloud

Web Hosting is a very broad term. In today's world of Internet, Web Hosting industry has greater significance. Anything and everything we require are available through websites these days. Thousands of websites are being developed and launched in every single day....

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HornetQ JMS on Jetty

Over the past few days I've been working on getting HornetQ (http://www.hornetq.org) to work on Jetty (http://www.mortbay.org/jetty/) -- specifically the embedded Jetty that Gradle (http://www.gradle.org) uses. I would first like to thank those on the HornetQ irc...

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JBoss Seam Exception Handling Part 1

This three part entry will focus on the mechanisms Seam provides for handling exceptions gracefully -- both out of the box and extensible. An in depth look at where this happens in the Seam code base and user programmable extension points will be covered in Part I....

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Hosting an Online Store with OpenCart

Looking for a simple yet feature-rich online store which is easy to use and available at low cost? Look no further, just go to opencart.com, download and install the software and start selling products. There are many shopping cart software solutions available on the...

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eCommerce Hosting with WooCommerce & WordPress

Online shopping has been one of the greatest advancements of the Internet. The process of searching for your desired product on the Internet, choosing the one you like, paying for it through any secure payment gateway and having it shipped to your home is known as...

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PrestaShop eCommerce Hosting

PrestaShop is a popular ecommerce solution these days. Around 9% of all ecommerce websites worldwide are running Prestashop. It is an open source software written in PHP which mostly uses MySQL databases for its backend storage. Prestashop had its origin in 2005. It...

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Drupal Hosting in the Cloud

Everything in the world revolves around the Internet these days. Right from the moment, one opens his eyes in the morning, to that hour of the night when he slips to sleep, he is bounded by the various features of the Internet in one way or the other. The main reason...

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Joomla! Web Hosting

Content Management System abbreviated as CMS, holds a major share among the current popular website building software. A CMS is nothing but a software which helps build a website online - create, edit and remove web pages and images, make changes real time via a...

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Magento eCommerce Hosting

Online shopping has become the latest trend of modern days. Need a new dress or a new wallet or a new office bag, a new pen, a toothbrush? Whatever it is, just log on to any shopping website, make your choice from the abundant list of brands and products, place your...

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