Java, Software development

Understanding Data Projection in Spring Boot with Hibernate

This article will delve into data projection in the context of Spring Boot and Hibernate. This blog will examine the significance of data projection, its advantages, and disadvantages. Furthermore, I will provide a comprehensive explanation of how to implement it in your Spring Boot applications efficiently. What is data Projection? Data projection in database querying […]

April 18, 2024

Java, Testing

Exploring Prism Web Automation Testing Framework On Java-Selenium

Introduction PRISM stands out as a comprehensive solution worth exploring in the vast landscape of testing frameworks for web, mobile, and APIs.This blog is focused on PRISM’s web testing framework, meticulously crafted on the robust foundation of the Selenium library, TestNG framework, with Java as the binding language. Leveraging Maven as the dependency management tool […]

April 1, 2024

Java, Technology

Mastering Big Data Analytics with Amazon Redshift and Java: A Comprehensive Guide for Handling Billion-Record Datasets

Amazon Redshift is a fast, scalable, secure, and fully managed cloud data warehouse that makes it simple and cost-effective to analyze all your data using standard SQL and your existing ETL (extract, transform, and load), business intelligence (BI), and reporting tools. Tens of thousands of customers use Amazon Redshift to process exabytes of data per day […]

April 1, 2024

Java, Software development, Technology

Managing Dead Letter Queues(DLQ) in RabbitMQ with Java Spring Boot

Introduction Rabbit MQ is an open source message broker mainly used as a middle-ware(or broker) to communicate among the micro-services. Micro-service which produces or sends a message to the broker is termed as “Producer” whereas the service which receives the message is known as “Consumer”. One can imagine the flow of communication as: Producer —> […]

March 29, 2024

Automation Testing, Java, Manual Testing

A Comprehensive Guide For Web Automation With Katalon Studio

Introduction Test automation has emerged as a crucial procedure in the current fast-paced software development environment to guarantee the dependability and quality of software systems. Katalon Studio, a powerful test automation tool which offers a comprehensive solution for automating web, mobile, and API testing. To help us better grasp how to use Katalon Studio, we will explore […]

March 21, 2024

Anaytics, Data & Analytics, Digital Analytics

Integrating Google Analytics 4 with Unomi Using Measurement Protocol

Introduction Analytics plays a crucial role in understanding user behavior and optimizing digital experiences. In this guide, we’ll walk through the process of integrating Google Analytics 4 (GA 4) with Unomi using the Measurement Protocol. This powerful combination allows for advanced user segmentation and provides more targeted insights. Follow these step-by-step instructions to send events […]

February 29, 2024

AWS, Java

Setting Up Amazon DynamoDB Locally: A Comprehensive Guide

Introduction In modern application development, DynamoDB has emerged as a robust choice for managing NoSQL databases in the cloud. However, developers often need a local environment for testing, debugging, and even offline development. This blog will dive into setting up DynamoDB locally within a Java Spring Boot application, enabling seamless development and testing workflows. Prerequisites […]

February 15, 2024


Redis in Java: A Step-by-Step Guide to Get Started

Introduction to Redis and its benefits Redis, also known as “Remote Dictionary Server,” is a popular open-source data store that is extensively utilized for a multitude of data storage and caching objectives. Salvatore Sanfilippo created this software, which was first introduced in 2009. Redis is known for its speed, simplicity, and versatility, and it is […]

February 4, 2024


Solid Principle

Introduction The SOLID principles were developed by Robert C. Martin in a 2000 essay, “Design Principles and Design Patterns,” although the acronym was coined later by Michael Feathers. In his essay, Martin acknowledged that successful software will change and develop. As it changes, it becomes increasingly complex. Without good design principles, Martin warns that software […]

January 28, 2024