I’m happy to announce the launch of Rent Day! If you enjoy board games such as Monopoly, Rent Day tries to improve upon the basic idea and adds elements to allow different play styles. Players will have to make more strategic decisions to win and keep a close eye on their finances. Main features Player classes and skills Each player must pick one of four classes that suit their playstyle – Gambler, Conductor, Governor, and […]
Create self-contained Fragments that don’t need to duplicate markup
When to use unit testing and when to avoid it.
Early design for upcoming monopoly game.
Why you should avoid a release strategy involving client-specific branches.
Launching LetsDefinitely.com – A dating website
Deploying Spring Boot app to AWS Beanstalk with Nginx customization
Step by step tutorial for deploying Spring Boot executable JAR to AWS beanstalk using Procfile and platform hooks/customization.
Change the default behavior of Wicket’s ajax request processing in order to avoid some common bugs.
Tracking down a bug in production Wicket application
Investigating a problem with duplicate markup ID’s generated by Wicket and how to solve it.
A zip file cannot include itself
Can you please correct the plugin part so it doesn't use the same folder as input?
Deploying Spring Boot app to AWS Beanstalk with Nginx customization · September 3, 2021
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