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Interesting site: Heroku

I was looking for a host site to deploy my Java web application. I found https://www.heroku.com/. It has an interesting pricing to make some experiments: it’s free.

JHipster: a glue to develop modern web application with Angular/React and SpringFramework

JHipster is a complete suite of frameworks and libraries to develop a modern web application. It uses Angular and React to build front-end and Java Spring framework. It can be very useful if you need to develop a CRUD application in a short time. Some links (some of them are in Italian): https://www.jhipster.tech/ https://www.baeldung.com/jhipster http://www.mokabyte.it/2016/09/jhipster-1/…
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Interesting site: surge.sh

Surge.sh offers a simple but useful host service to publish a static web site. I find it useful for my Angular development. The link is: https://surge.sh/

from StackOverflow: update some specific field of an entity

I take an old answer about the Room usage from stack overflow. The original post is: I am using android room persistence library for my new project. I want to update some field of the table. I have tried like in my Dao – But when I try to update using this method then it updates every…
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Goodbye OpenGL, welcome Vulkan!

Some of my Android works is OpenGL ES 2.0 based. In the last time, I focused on other technologies and apps. OpenGL ES 2.0 is one of my favourites libraries, but I have to admit that it has some limitations, first of all, the constraint to be executed only on a single thread. Nowadays, with…
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What about cyber security

Just a few title, abount WPA2 attack without password: https://medium.com/@adam.toscher/top-5-ways-i-gained-access-to-your-corporate-wireless-network-lo0tbo0ty-karma-edition-f72e7995aef2 https://github.com/edthamm/lootbooty https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-uqTqJwTFyU&feature=youtu.be&t=22m34s

Webview or Chrome custom tabs?

During my app development on the Android platform, I always used the WebView component. I notice it is a slow component, but it does what it must do. Today I found some useful link about another widget to include web content in my Android app: the Chrome custom tab. I’ve already heard about it, but…
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Kripton ORM: how to generate content provider – example 2

Kripton ORM has a lot of features and simplifies a lot the developer life. If your application needs to expose its database with a content provider, in most case you have to write it. I have already written on this feature, so if you didn’t read it, I suggest you read this post too. Today I take…
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Just some useful links about certificate pinning on Android

For my job, I was looking for some good article about certificate pinning on Android devices. I found these: https://medium.com/@appmattus/android-security-ssl-pinning-1db8acb6621e https://www.netguru.com/codestories/3-ways-how-to-implement-certificate-pinning-on-android If you don’t know what it is Certificate Pinning: Pinning is the process of associating a host with their expected X509 certificate or public key. Once a certificate or public key is known or seen for a host, the certificate or…
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CrystaX: a valid alternative to NDK?

The NDK was the only way that I know to integrate, in Android development, Java and C worlds. Some day ago I found a possible replacemente of NDK: Crystax It seems to have many features that standard NDK does not have. The more important for me: Full support of C locales Full math support, including…
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