Showing posts from August, 2014

Tomcat - Redirecting Port 8080 to 80

Tomcat often sits behind an HTTP server such as Apache, which serves static content and proxies requests for dynamic content to Tomcat. Another popular option is to use squid as a reverse proxy. If for any reason you want Tomcat to serve all HTTP requests, you need it to listen on port 80 (and possibly 443). However, only the superuser can bind to TCP ports below 1024 on Linux, so making Tomcat listen on port 80 requires some extra work.

18 Top Tools for Java Developers

It's as true for Java developers as it is for woodworkers: You can't do the job right without the right tools. Fortunately, there are plenty of Java tools designed to make it significantly simpler to write good Java code and help you make your Java code even better.

Selenium Automating Web Applications for Testing

Selenium automates browsers. That's it! What you do with that power is entirely up to you. Primarily, it is for automating web applications for testing purposes, but is certainly not limited to just that. Boring web-based administration tasks can (and should!) also be automated as well.

19 Things Java Developers Must Concentrate On

The term 'java developer' covers a wide range of candidates. It starts with fresh graduates looking for jobs and goes up till experienced Java Enterprise Edition developers.

Watir Automated Testing

Watir (Web Application Testing in Ruby), pronounced water, is an open-source family of Ruby libraries for automating web browsers. It allows you to write tests that are easy to read and maintain. It is simple and flexible.

jQuery Validation Wait Ajax Complete Before Submitting Form

A tip of jQuery Validation