In this article let us see about how to develop a contact form using Java, JavaMail API and JSP. The example we are going to develop will be a responsive form and can be tested using Google GMail SMTP. We have earlier learnt about how to send email using Java with Gmail SMTP and JavaMail […]
Published to Java Tutorial on 17/03/2016.
In this tutorial you can learn to write a Java web application to receive emails and display them. Do you know any free or open source email client other than Thunderbird that does an impressive job. Shall we write one? Think about writing our own email client and it will be cool. This tutorial will […]
Published to Java Tutorial on 01/03/2016.
This Java tutorial is to demonstrate the Dropbox Java API which can be used to manage the files in a Dropbox account via Java code. This is fairly a simple Java API and easy to use. Dropbox Do we need an introduction for Dropbox? If you are thinking about what is Dropbox, its a really […]
Published to Java Tutorial on 07/12/2014.
This Java tutorial is to help implement authentication in Java using Facebook OAuth Login API. We will be using Java and a JSON parser API and other than that we will not use any third-party component. Facebook is not providing any sdk for Java client. Apart from Spring Social I couldn’t find any reputable Java […]
Published to Java Tutorial on 16/07/2014.
In this Twitter+Java tutorial we will see about how to Tweet / post using Java via Twitter API. Twitter provides a rich REST API to create Twitter enabled applications. It provides the complete possibilities, right from reading a timeline to posting the status. There are two options, Use Twitter REST API directly in Java Use […]
Published to Core Java Tutorial on 17/12/2013.
reCAPTCHA is the popular CAPTCHA tool that allows to embed a CAPTCHA in UI and validate the input to block automated spammers. reCAPTCHA provides a Java library and a easy way to implement the CAPTCHA. CAPTCHA stands for “Completely Automated Public Turing test to tell Computers and Humans Apart”. reCAPTCHA uses a vast library of […]
Published to Core Java Tutorial on 01/12/2013.
Quick Response Code (QR Code) is a two-dimensional matrix like barcode, designed by a subsidiary of Toyota to mark their vehicles for tracking in their manufacturing facilities. This is nothing but a type of barcode. The four standard modes of data for creating QR code is numeric, alphanumeric, byte / binary and Kanji. There are […]
Published to Core Java Tutorial on 15/10/2013.
Sending email in java using Gmail SMTP and JavaMail API is fun. Core of sending email is done by JavaMail api (using GMail) and we just need to pass the required email parameters to it. By every release, JavaMail API is getting sophisticated and sending email with GMail is jut a click away. I have used […]
Published to Core Java Tutorial on 07/11/2012.