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Apr
23
comment What are possible security issues in Android
@Anaseh feel free to update the links yourself next time! ;)
Apr
23
revised What are possible security issues in Android
added updated links
Apr
22
comment Modelling a complex schedule of work
Sounds like a job for Operations Research!
Apr
9
comment What is detailed design? what are the advantage disadvantages using it?
In Code Complete it's called BDUF.
Apr
3
comment Is it ok to have a class that only has boolean properties?
I would put the options in their own class, because I suspect they won't be booleans forever, and I wouldn't want to change the Vehicle interface when it happens.
Apr
2
awarded Good Answer
Mar
19
comment Using flat files vs database/API as a transport between a frontend and backend
How long does the processing take wrt writing down the file? If you don't need to queue the "request" files you could process them immediately through a Rest Api and only write them to the "done" folder (no file moving/polling). The frontend would become a js app, and the day it's needed, you can put a proper queue between the Api and the backend.
Feb
15
comment Is it better to have one web app or multiple web apps
This seems a nice overview: blog.codeship.com/…
Feb
13
comment REST API - omitted properties in POST request: How should they be handled?
@RichardDesLonde in general yes, but not in OData <= 3.0 (didn't check 4.0).
Feb
12
revised REST API - omitted properties in POST request: How should they be handled?
clarifications
Feb
12
comment REST API - omitted properties in POST request: How should they be handled?
@gnasher729 I have no idea of why I wrote that, sorry. It meant something, this morning...
Feb
12
answered REST API - omitted properties in POST request: How should they be handled?
Jan
24
revised Intelligent builder pattern - different parameters depending on type - generics?
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Jan
24
answered Intelligent builder pattern - different parameters depending on type - generics?
Jan
10
comment Match for root url and serving of static resources
There's another thing you can do: map the DispatcherServlet to / (replaces the default servlet), and registry.addResourceHandler("/**").addResourceLocations("/"). Everything is available from the root, however I'm not sure how correct it is. Can you comment on this? Thanks.
Dec
25
answered Design pattern for "operation on object allowed, only if object is in certain state"
Dec
23
awarded Nice Answer
Dec
11
comment How to round a number to n decimal places in Java
THIS is the only working solution in all the answers here. +1
Dec
11
comment How to round a number to n decimal places in Java
I tried this with: "#.##", rounding HALF_UP. 256.335f -> "256.33" ...(example comes from comments to @asterite's answer).
Nov
23
awarded Nice Answer
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