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Kafka Streams is used to create apps and microservices with input and output data stored in an Apache Kafka cluster. It combines the advantages of… Read More
In an enterprise application, a transaction is a sequence of actions performed by the application that together pipelined to perform a single operation. For example,… Read More
Kafka Streams is a library for processing and analyzing data stored in Kafka. It expands on crucial stream processing ideas such as clearly separating event… Read More
onTimeChangedListener is a method that is called when time is edited or changed inside a TimePicker. TimePicker is an essential class provided by Android Developers.… Read More
A Comparator is an object that can be used to compare two objects and determine their order. You can use a Comparator to sort a… Read More
OpenCV (Open Source Computer Vision Library) is an open-source computer vision and machine learning software library which is used for image and video processing. In… Read More
The @Embeddable and @Embedded annotations in Hibernate are used to map an object’s properties to columns in a database table. These annotations are used in… Read More
CSV stands for Comma Separated Values. A CSV file is a plain text file. CSV file is used to store the records. CSV File records… Read More
In Apache Kafka, a consumer group is a set of consumers that work together to consume a topic. A set of partitions is given to… Read More
FetchType is an enumerated type in the Java Persistence API (JPA) that specifies whether the field or property should be lazily loaded or eagerly loaded.… Read More
Hibernate is a Java framework that provides a powerful set of tools for persisting and accessing data in a Java environment. It is often used… Read More
In Apache Kafka, a topic is a category or stream of messages that the Kafka message broker (or cluster) stores. Producers write data to topics… Read More
While programming in a language, a developer may feel the need to use some functionality that may have better support in another language. For example,… Read More
In enterprise applications, we use RESTful services to establish the communication between client and server. The general idea is that the client sends the request… Read More
The ambiguities are those issues that are not defined clearly in the Java language specification. The different results produced by different compilers on several example… Read More

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