Monthly Archives: July 2018

Nearby API Post-Connection Phase

We have already discussed near pre-connection phase in our previous blog. Check this reference : http://blogs.innovationm.com/nearby-api-pre-connection-phase/ Now, in this blog, we will have a look at the post-connection phase. After the connection between advertiser and discoverer is made successfully, post-connection phase starts. In the post-connection phase, there is no distinction between advertiser and discoverer. Both can Continue Reading »

Spring Hibernate With EhCache

Ehcache is an open-source, standards-based cache for boosting performance, simplifying scalability and offloading your database. EhCache is used to improve performance by reducing the load on underlying resources.  It can also be used for RESTful server caching, application persistence, and distributed caching. In simple words, cache means a store of things that will be required Continue Reading »

Retrofit Library in Android

Retrofit is REST API Client for Java. It is developed by Square Inc. It uses OkHttp library for HTTP Request. It is a simple library that is used for network transaction. It is a very easy and fast library to retrieve and upload the data via Rest based web service. Adding Dependency in Build.gradle-

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Nearby API pre-connection phase

  Nearby Connections API is one of the many APIs available in google play services. This framework was introduced in early 2015. Initially, it allowed only those devices to share data which connected to the same wifi network. After June 2017, in the version 11.0, it also made use of Wifi hotspots, Bluetooth and BLE Continue Reading »

Room Persistence Library

  Last year 2017 Google announced a more secure and robust architecture to allow smooth database access while harnessing the full power of SQLite called Room Library. The Room Persistence library helps your app to create a cache on your device. In this blog, we are going to discuss Room Library and its implementation. Persistence in Android? Continue Reading »

Hibernate Query Language

  In this tutorial will discuss about Hibernate Query Language. HQL is an object-oriented query language. Hibernate Query Language(HQL) is same as Structured Query language(SQL), except that in HQL we use entity class name instead of table name. HQL provides its own syntax and grammar Ex.   From Employee emp . Where Employee is an entity class which are Continue Reading »