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All About Exception Handling in Java

In Java, Exceptions are either Checked Exceptions or Unchecked Exceptions. Checked Exceptions are checked by the Compiler and the compiler forces you to decide on whether you want to handle them or not. Unchecked Exceptions are not supposed to be handled; they should be fixed when found to occur in certain conditions in a program. Read on to learn more.

Tomorrow's Web Standards

Paul Avery offers an overview of upcoming web standards, including HTML5, CSS3 and newer JavaScript updates.

Easy way to set up global API hooks

Discover an easy way to set up system-wide global API hooks using AppInit_DLLs registry key for DLL injection and Mhook library for API hooking. To illustrate this technique we will show how to easily hide calc.exe from the list of running processes.

Direct RIA: Future of RIA

This article introduces an revolutionary programming model powered by Direct RIA solution.Basically, it aims at leverage benefits of both server-centric and client-centric solutions, productivity + controllability.It is a server-centric solution plus client-side programming. Developers can boost their productivity using server-centric programming mode, and are allowed to choose client-side approach if necessary.

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