Monthly Archives: March 2017

Apache Derby

Apache Derby

   1. What is Apache Derby? Apache Derby is an open source, lightweight, fully transactional, secure, standards-based database server purely written in Java. Java DB is just an Oracle’s distribution of Derby in their JDK and fully supports SQL, JDBC API, and Java EE technology. Apache Derby and Java DB are essentially the same. Apache Derby is the Continue Reading »

Rest API

REST Web Service / API Development Guidelines

  RESTful Web Services are basically REST Architecture based Web Services. In REST Architecture everything is a resource. RESTful web services are light weight, highly scalable and maintainable and are very commonly used to create APIs. Why has REST API become so popular ? Separation between the client and the server. Visibility, reliability and scalability. Continue Reading »

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Keychain Handling in iOS

  What is Keychain Keychain is Apple’s way to manage password in the the device. Whether its Mac or iOS Device they use the same Keychain system tool back inside. It stores all your passwords for applications, sensitive information relating to website’s credentials and credit card/ debit card numbers. The main objective of existence is to secure Continue Reading »

Validation Handling

Validation Handling in Swift 3.0

  User experience is the key factor for any application. Thus, More the developer is capable of delivering help, higher is the user experience. It is a mandatory for almost every application to include sign up forms,()……etc. Hence, pops up the point of validation to all these fields. Consider a Sign up form consisting of following Continue Reading »