HTML’s boolean attributes can get a bit confusing - especially when combined with Thymeleaf expressions.
a blind man in a dark cellar looking for a black cat that isn't there
not again in all the world's turning will there be terrains so wild and barbarous to try whether the stuff of creation may be shaped to man's will or whether his own heart is not another kind of clay
A subtle change has happened in how currency strings need to be parsed.
A very basic demo of Hibernate 6 with Infinispan, showing the L2 cache in action.
Note to self.
Javalin Plug-Ins for Secure Connections
Specifically, this includes handling a REST resource which uses a self-signed certificate.
An updated look at Jetty secure connections for use in a Javalin web app. This includes redirection of all insecure (http) traffic to a secure (https) connection.
Printing UTF-8 characters to the NetBeans output window used to require some extra set-up - for Windows-based users, at least. It still does, but the steps have changed slightly for more recent versions of Java.
This is an update to a recent write-up, showing a better way to create a custom route in Javalin…
You don’t need a full Spring framework application to take advantage of Spring’s dialect of Thymeleaf. But you may need to make some non-trivial configuration changes to your application, depending on how it integrates with Thymeleaf (and its standard dialect).