Content Delivery Network (CDN)

Introduction A content delivery network (CDN) is a distributed network of servers designed to deliver web content to users based on their geographical location. CDNs play a crucial role in enhancing website performance by reducing the distance that web content … Read More

Difference Between int and Integer in Java

In this post, we will learn the difference between int and Integer in Java. In layman’s terms, int is a primitive data type in Java, while Integer is a wrapper class which is a wrapper type that wraps the int … Read More

AWS CloudFront

If you’re looking to improve the speed and performance of your website or web application, AWS CloudFront may be just what you need. AWS CloudFront is a content delivery network (CDN) that allows you to distribute content to your users … Read More

JSON and BSON in MongoDB

In this post, we will learn the difference between JSON and BSON in MongoDB. These two are document formats and they are widely used by developers in different use cases. In MongoDB, the data is stored in BSON and viewed … Read More

What is MongoDB?

MongoDB is an Open Source and cross-platform NoSQL Document Database. It was developed by MongoDB Inc. MongoDB is the most popular NoSQL database out there. It is a widely used database. MongoDB is a general-purpose document database. It structures the … Read More

Spring Boot Circular Dependency Error

What is a circular dependency? The circular dependency error occurs when a bean type A is dependent on B and B is also dependent on A. Example: BeanA -> BeanB -> BeanA BeanA BeanB How does Spring create a Bean? … Read More

What is Internationalization in Java?

Internationalization in Java is the process of designing an application that can be adapted to various local languages like Japanese, Chinese and etc to provide output in the same given language. Problem Let’s say, we have a software that is … Read More

Difference Between Scale In And Scale Out In AWS

As a beginner, the term Scale In and Scale-Out is very confusing. These terms come under the AWS EC2 Auto Scaling. In this sort post we will learn the difference between scale in and scale out in aws. Scale In … Read More

Logical Operators in Java

In Java, logical operators are used to perform logical operations on boolean expressions. There are three logical operators in Java. See the list of logical operators in Java below: Operator Meaning Example Description && Short-circuit AND a && b Returns … Read More

Comparison or Relational Operators in Java

Comparison or Relational operators are used to compare two values and determine if they are equal, greater than, or less than each other. In Java, there are several comparison operators: Operator Meaning Example Description = = Equal a == b … Read More