This is a practical tutorial, where you will learn how you can create your own custom annotation types in your Java program. But also an introduction into the Java annotation package, which can be useful for you.

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In Java you have annotations such as “@Override”, “@Id” and more. These are used to adjust the behavior of objects, functions and more.
But you can also create your own annotation (annotation type), where you can define what the annotation should do on the target (objects, functions, etc.) where it’s called. …

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This is an introduction tutorial on how to create a REST API that performs CRUD operations. It can get, add, updated and delete data.

Dependency

You need to add the dependency “spring-boot-starter-web”, besides your standard Spring dependency (“spring-boot-starter-parent”).

<dependency>
<groupId>org.springframework.boot</groupId>
<artifactId>spring-boot-starter-web</artifactId>
</dependency>

Explanation

A REST API has endpoints which are a “URL” that can be accessed to send or retrieve data from the API. You have to use “HTTP” commands such as “GET”, “POST”, “DELETE”, “UPDATE” and more to communicate with the API.

  • “GET”: Retrieve data from the API.
  • “POST”: Send data to the API. …

This is an introduction into the differences regarding the features, the assert commands (“assertFalse”, “assertEquals”, etc.) and the annotations (“@BeforeEach”, etc.) of the two popular testing frameworks “JUnit” and “TestNg”.

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The decision for the suitable testing framework is important to ensure the quality of your software. The best testing framework can differ regarding the size and type of your software and its dependencies.
The JUnit version 5 and TestNG version 7 are used here.

Features

Both frameworks have parameterized tests, timeout feature and exception tests. But TestNG has some more advanced features and it is also possible to do more than unit testing. …

Make your app multilingual with the Angular package “localize”.
This package allows you to generate “xlf” files which contain texts of every HTML tags (marked with “i18n”) and strings with the command “localize” from your Angular application.

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This package can be installed with the following command:

ng add @angular/localize

“xlf” files can be generated with this command:

ng xi18n --output-path src/i18n

Making text translatable

HTML tags

If you want to translate your tags in your HTML file, then you have to use the tag “i18n”.

<h3 i18n>Welcome to my website.</h3>

Your text is then translated into the tag “trans-unit” of your “xlf” file. …

Now it is possible to create a switch with other syntax. This feature was introduced as a suggested in Java 12 and it is now available as a preview feature in Java 13.

Requirements

You have to enable or add the command “ — enable-preview” in your project properties of your IDE.

Besides the usual way to create a switch in Java. Now you can use an arrow and yield for your switch cases. But you can also the return value from a switch case to a variable.

Switch case with arrows

If you use an arrow instead of an double point “:”, then you do not have to add a “break;” in every Switch case to avoid fall-through through your Switch cases. …

How to use a shell script to make automatic announcements in audio format. This can be used, for example, to automatically output error messages (from services, applications), messages or the weather via an audio interface (e.g.: Internet radio station in the intranet or Internet, RSS podcast, etc.).

A use case is here shown where this shell script automatically creates and outputs announcements over a radio stream. This use case is similar to the announcements you hear at the airport or train station. …

This is an introductory example in Machine Learning and Pattern Recognition of certain data. A Python program is programmed to predict the type of plants.

The iris dataset is used for this. A decision tree is used to classify data. This tutorial uses Python 3.6. Python 3.5 or later is required for this tutorial. It shows how to use Machine Learning to teach a program to create patterns from existing data and calculate predictions from them.

What is Iris Dataset?

The Iris Dataset is a multivariate dataset containing 50 data samples of three “iris” plant species each. From this dataset you can identify certain patterns (data patterns) with the help of machine learning. …

This commands work on Linux (Ubuntu, Debian, etc.)

Search in the whole filesystem:

grep -r "TEXTPATTERN" /

Search in a certain folder (home folder):

grep -r "TEXTPATTERN" /home

How to create a fail2ban filter for the application “matrix” (matrix-synapse)

Matrix is a chat/messaging server which can be used with the app Riot. We have to create a new filter and add that as a jail to fail2ban.

Important: You need to have at least the version fail2ban 0.9.1, because this filter uses multiple lines for the regex.

Create the filter

# matrix-synapse configuration file
#
[Init]
maxlines = 3
[Definition]# Option: failregex
# Notes.: regex to match the password failures messages in the logfile. The
# host must be matched by a group named "host". The tag "<HOST>" can
# be used for standard IP/hostname matching and is only an alias for
# (?:::f{4,6}:)?(?P<host>\S+) …

How to tutorial for UBUNTU 12.04 LTS. This tutorial was tested till Ubuntu 16.04 LTS.
Mp3 Streaming with an internet radio statio.

Icecast2 Server Installation

apt-get install icecast2

Afterwards we must edit /etc/icecast2/icecast.xml. Most default values should work fine for now, but you should change the passwords in the <authentication>…</authentication> section. The source-password is the password that Ices2 will later on use to connect to Icecast2; the admin-password is the password that the admin will use in Icecast2’s web interface; we won’t use the relay-password, but anyway you should change it.

vim /etc/icecast2/icecast.xml

AN EXCERPT:

[....]
<authentication>
<!-- Sources log in with username 'source' -->
<source-password>password1</source-password>
<!-- Relays log in username 'relay' -->…

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