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How to Search Full-text in Neo4j with Java & Quarkus OGM

thursday, may 19, 2022

In the following video, I’ll show how to conduct searches with your Neo4j database. We have the possibility to define full-text indexes or other searches such as via regular expressions, and we’ll have a look how to implement these in your Java application.
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Getting Started With the Terminal as Developer

monday, may 09, 2022

For beginners, using the terminal can be a bit daunting. In the following video, I want to show how to get started, why using the terminal can make your work more productive, as well as some tips and tricks that I’m using.
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8 Tips and Experiences on Neo4j With Java

wednesday, april 27, 2022

In this post and video, I want to share 8 tips and experiences that I’ve learned over the years while using Neo4j OGM with Java in real-world projects.
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Neo4j OGM with Quarkus extension (Update)

wednesday, april 20, 2022

In a past video, I’ve been showing how to use Neo4j OGM in a Quarkus application. While the procedure and dependencies are still basically the same, there is now a new, handy Quarkus extension that you should check out. I’ve created a video that shows how to use it and the difference to the previous approach:
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Creating and using a Telegram Bot with Java

wednesday, april 06, 2022

For sending yourself notifications from an application there are many different ways, from sending emails to phone notifications. Using a chat platform like Telegram is an easy way to get updates and notifications on multiple devices.
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Using Nginx as Browsersync proxy

wednesday, february 09, 2022

For frontend development, Browsersync is a helpful tool that reduces the turnaround time to a minimum while coding. While serving local files and listening to changes it can also proxy your backend URL and forward requests, which, however, doesn’t work in all scenarios. If you have cases in which Browsersync’s proxying functionalities aren’t sufficient, you can use a small Nginx docker instance that proxies both Browsersync and your backend(s).
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Creating Quarkus Command Mode standalone applications

wednesday, february 02, 2022

You can use Quarkus' Command Mode to run standalone applications for tools or scheduled jobs that run similar to a Java main method. The benefit of using this mode is that you can use all the nice programming models that enterprise Java and its standards offers. I’ve recorded a video that shows how to get started:
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Calculations in Quarkus Qute using AtomicInteger

tuesday, february 01, 2022

Quarkus' Qute Templating Engine is very handy for creating server-side rendered pages. Besides the regular loops and control structures, there’s also a possibility to set and update variables, at least with a small trick. In the following, we’ll see how to do some arithmetic calculations using Java’s AtomicInteger.
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