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Dealing with NodeNotAvailableExceptions in Elasticsearch

Dealing with NodeNotAvailableExceptions in Elasticsearch

tl;dr Elasticsearch provides distributed search with minimal setup and configuration. Now the nice thing about it is that, most of the time, you don’t need to be particularly concerned about how it does what it does. You give it some parameters – “I want 3 nodes”, “I want 3 shards”, “I want every shard to […]

Active cache eviction with Ehcache and Spring Framework

Active cache eviction with Ehcache and Spring Framework

Caching is an essential to the majority of web applications. Let’s face it: most of the work done in an average web application (especially public ones) is repetitive, either the same user requesting the same information multiple times, or multiple users requesting the same information. The question is always: “How long do I cache”? We […]

Supporting IE10 on a Rich Internet Application with Vaadin – the Vaadin 7 migration

Supporting IE10 on a Rich Internet Application with Vaadin – the Vaadin 7 migration

Amidst the popularity of JavaScript-CSS frameworks like Bootstrap and Angular.js, Java developers like myself are still most comfortable with what we know – Java code. Vaadin provides a framework for Java developers to write rich internet applications that are highly interactive while usually not having to write a line of Javascript code. It builds on […]