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java.util.Random and java.util.concurrent.ThreadLocalRandom in ...

java.util.Random and java.util.concurrent.ThreadLocalRandom in ... | Programming | Scoop.it
This article describes performance of Java Random and ThreadLocalRandom in single and multithreaded environments.

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Simon Hunanyan's curator insight, January 15, 2014 10:02 PM

There are 2 types of random generators in Java: pseudorandom and secure. Which one is better and when to use one or other...

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Closures in JavaScript | kirupa.com

Closures in JavaScript | kirupa.com | Programming | Scoop.it
In very clear and simple terms, learn all about closures and how they work to do all the magical things that they do.

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AngularJS Controller Tutorial With Example

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AngularJS Controller Tutorial with examples. Nested Controllers, Inheritance in Angular Controllers. Using $scope object in Controllers.

Controllers are nothing but plain JavaScript functions which are bound to a particular scope. Don’t worry if this sounds gibberish. Shortly this all will make sense once we create a small Hello World using controller. Controllers are used to add logic to your view. Views are HTML pages. These pages simply shows the data that we bind to them using two-way data binding in Angular (Note: Two-way data binding is explained in previous tutorial). Basically it is Controllers responsibility to glue the Model (data) with the View.


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Coffee Bean: How to monitor a Play Framework app in production

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(Source : https://groups.google.com/forum/#!topic/play-framework/rmPbH1I08b0). First define a new Filter : object AccessLog extends Filter { override def apply(next: RequestHeader => Result)(request: RequestHeader): Result = { val msg ...
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AngularJS Controller Tutorial With Example

AngularJS Controller Tutorial With Example | Programming | Scoop.it

AngularJS Controller Tutorial with examples. Nested Controllers, Inheritance in Angular Controllers. Using $scope object in Controllers.

Controllers are nothing but plain JavaScript functions which are bound to a particular scope. Don’t worry if this sounds gibberish. Shortly this all will make sense once we create a small Hello World using controller. Controllers are used to add logic to your view. Views are HTML pages. These pages simply shows the data that we bind to them using two-way data binding in Angular (Note: Two-way data binding is explained in previous tutorial). Basically it is Controllers responsibility to glue the Model (data) with the View.


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