- published: 21 Apr 2016
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Enroll in my Spring Boot Course for only $20 http://bit.ly/21EnqrD In this tutorial we are going to look at Project Lombok. If you haven't heard of Lombok before you are in for a treat. This awesome project makes it easy for us to reduce boilerplate code in our Java projects. The Spring Initializr even has an option to include this as a dependency so there is no reason you shouldn't be using it today. Project Lombok: https://projectlombok.org/index.html Please Subscribe to this channel and leave a comment below. Blog: http://therealdanvega.com/blog Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/therealdanvega Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/therealdanvega
In this tutorial i will show you how to avoid large volume of boilerplate code in your Java project with help of Project Lombok. Java is a general-purpose computer programming language that is concurrent, class-based, object-oriented, and specifically designed to have as few implementation dependencies as possible. Project Lombok makes java a spicier language by adding 'handlers' that know how to build and compile simple, boilerplate-free, not-quite-java code.
If there's too much code, and it don't look good Who you gonna call? Boilerplate busters! In this presentation, the developers of lombok, Reinier Zwitserloot and Roel Spilker, will show the audience all new lombok features. These features take boilerplate busting to the next level, including call-site extension methods, builders, and enhanced value classes for easy creation of immutable types. For those of you that don't know lombok, we'll cover the basics as well: instead of writing out common boilerplate such as getters, setters, toString, equals, and hashCode implementations, you can just use a lombok annotation. Lombok hooks into your compiler and IDE so that their interpretation of your source includes these methods, while you never actually see any of them in your editor. While mos...
company profile for angin lombok tour
Exclusive HD video interview about the quite amazing Mandalika Project on Lombok Island in Indonesia. This interview was filmed at the ASEAN Tourism Fourm (ATF) in Vientiane, Laos. In the interview you will learn what the Mandalika project is all about, what the beginning few phases are all about, how many hotels are forecast to sign up and who will be the first. We discuss whether Mandalika will canabalise some of Nusa Dua's business, and much, much more. Incidentally if you were wondering which all inclusive hotel company has just (yesterday 22 January 2013) signed a deal to be part of Mandalika then it is Club Med! If you can believe it, and to give you an idea of how large Mandalika is, then it is over 4 times the size of Nusa Dua in Bali! That is really pretty enormous. Much more on M...
Our goal is to transform the trash ridden Jangkuk riverbed in Ampenan, Lombok into a healthy watershed and community park with a solar powered trash wheel, modeled after the city of Baltimore in the USA. Please support our project on INDIEGOGO and contact us for volunteering and getting involved! Video by http://www.slamjam.tv/
This short screencast shows the integration of two really useful tools in the free and open source IDE NetBeans: Project Lombok and JaCoCo. You don't have to install anything into NetBeans to make this work, just use Maven (even there, no customization) and it just works. The demo I used in the screencast is on GitHub https://github.com/michael-simons/NetBeansEveningCologne and there's a blog explaining the background: http://info.michael-simons.eu/2016/09/10/netbeans-maven-and-spring-boot-more-fun-together/
Indonesia trip with mebiSURF
In this tutorial I will create Website monitoring web application. Production-ready application is available here: http://sitemonitoring.sourceforge.net Code snippets are on JavaVids: http://www.javavids.com/tutorial/jsf-primefaces-spring-website-monitoring.html Source code is also available on my GitHub account: https://github.com/jirkapinkas/sitemonitoring-tutorial