Saturday, December 30, 2017

How to read and write Images in java using ImageIO Utility

Writing an Image file in Java is very common scenario and in this article we will see a new way to write images into file in Java. javax.imageio.ImageIO is a utility class which provides lots of utility method related to images processing in Java. Most common of them is reading form image file and writing images to file in java. You can write any of .jpg, .png, .bmp or .gif images to file in Java. Just like writing, reading is also seamless with ImageIO and you can read BufferedImage directly from URL.

Friday, December 15, 2017

Inversion of Control and Dependency Injection design pattern with real world Example - Spring tutorial

Inversion of Control and Dependency Injection is a core design pattern of Spring framework. IOC and DI design pattern is also a popular design pattern interview question in Java. As the name suggest Inversion of control pattern Inverts responsibility of managing the life cycle of the object e.g. creating an object, setting their dependency etc from application to a framework, which makes writing Java application even more easy. The programmer often confused between IOC and DI, well both words used interchangeably in Java world but Inversion of Control is a more general concept and Dependency Injection is a concrete design pattern.

Sunday, December 10, 2017

How to split a comma separated String in Java? Regular Expression Example

You can use the String.split() function or StringTokenizer class to split a comma-separated String in Java. Since splitting a String is a very common functionality, Java designers have provided a couple of split() method on java.lang.String class itself. These split() function takes a regular expression and split the String accordingly. In order to parse a comma-delimited String, you can just provide a "," as a delimiter and it will return an array of String containing individual values. The split() function internally uses Java's regular expression API (java.util.regex) to do its job.