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Java/JRE/JDK: generate self signed SSL certificate with keytool (install on web server…)
Hi, In this article, I will try to present briefly: 1) the management of self signed SSL certificates with keytool; 2) a complete example of certificate's generation; 3) installation on web server and tests; 1. Presentation of keytool Java uses its own tools to generate and use self signed SSL certificates, based on a proprietary storage in a keystore file, comprised of certificates / keys accessible ...more»
Java/Spring/Web: Logout servlet example
Hi, A simple mini-post concerning a servlet to invalidate the current session when the user wants to logout. This is directly supported by the servlet api by the call to appropriate method HttpSession.invalidate() in a servlet or a controller dedicated to invalidate session. I). Server Side components First, following the codes of coordinator servlet LogoutServlet: Explanations: This class LogoutServlet implements the interface HttpRequestHandler which ...more»
HTML5/WEB: localStorage, sessionStorage, Persistence UserData
Hi, In this post, I will try to present you the HTML5 localStorage and sessionStorage, their differences, examples to illustrate our writes, the browser compatibility and another technologies Persistence UserData. Presentation: Advantage and difference LocalStorage and SessionStorage are new HTML5 technologies that allow to save data in the client (web browser), unlike to sessions "normal" which save the data in the server. These technologies ...more»
GWT/GAE: A example of GWT, Evolution with GWT Designer (PART2)
In a previous article, I have related the prerequisites, the configuration of a GAE account, the creation of a new Eclispe project with the type “Web Application Project” and the deployment of an application on the GWT embedded server named Jetty. In this article, we will discuss about the evolution of the interface with GWT Designer. Here the points of these ...more»
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