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  • A

    abstract class

    In Java and other object oriented programming (OOP) languages, objects and classes (categories of objects) may be abstracted, which means that they are summarized into characteristics that are relevant to the current program’s operation.

  • Apache Camel

    Apache Camel is a Java-based framework that implements messaging patterns in Enterprise Integration Patterns (EIP) to provide a rule-based routing and mediation engine enterprise application integration (EAI).

  • Apache Solr

    Apache Solr is an open source search platform built upon a Java library called Lucene.

  • AWS SDK for Java

    The AWS SDK for Java is a collection of tools for developers creating Java-based Web apps to run on Amazon cloud components such as Amazon Simple Storage Service (S3), Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2) and Amazon SimpleDB.

  • AWS SDK for JavaScript

    The AWS SDK for JavaScript is a collection of software tools for the creation of applications and libraries that use Amazon Web Services (AWS) resources.

  • B

    bitwise operator

    Because they allow greater precision and require fewer resources, bitwise operators, which manipulate individual bits, can make some code faster and more efficient. Applications of bitwise operations include encryption, compression, graphics, communications over ports/sockets, embedded systems programming and finite state machines.

  • C

    compositing

    Compositing used to create layered images and video in advertisements, memes and other content for print publications, websites and apps. Compositing techniques are also used in video game development, augmented reality and virtual reality.

  • const

    The const (constant) keyword indicates that the associated variable cannot be changed. Constants are used in many programming languages.

  • E

    EmbeddedJava

    EmbeddedJava is Sun Microsystems' software development platform for dedicated-purpose devices with embedded systems, such as products designed for the automotive, telecommunication, and industrial device markets.

  • encapsulation in Java

    Java offers four different "scope" realms--public, protected, private, and package--that can be used to selectively hide data constructs. To achieve encapsulation, the programmer declares the class variables as “private” and then provides what are called public “setter and getter” methods which make it possible to view and modify the variables.

  • Enterprise JavaBeans (EJB)

    Enterprise JavaBeans (EJB) is an architecture for setting up program components, written in the Java programming language, that run in the server parts of a computer network that uses the client/server model.

  • exception handler

    In Java, checked exceptions are found when the code is compiled; for the most part, the program should be able to recover from these. Exception handlers are coded to define what the program should do under specified conditions.

  • G

    Groovy

    Groovy is a dynamic object-oriented programming language for the Java virtual machine (JVM) that can be used anywhere Java is used.

  • GWT (GWT Web Toolkit)

    The GWT software development kit facilitates the creation of complex browser-based Java applications that can be deployed as JavaScript, for portability across browsers, devices and platforms.

  • H

    Hibernate

    Hibernate is an open source object relational mapping (ORM) framework designed to facilitate the creation of database-oriented Java web applications. The ORM handles mapping Java classes to database tables and Java to SQL data types and provides querying and retrieval.

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