Omer Faruk Kurular

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David Griffiths wrote:Hello Omer,

The book is split into a whole bunch of recipes, that each has the formula: Problem -> Solution -> Discussion. So it's probably worth browsing through the book and seeing which recipes look most interesting to you. You can then check out the source code here:

https://github.com/dogriffiths/ReactCookbook-source

We would recommend tinkering with the code and seeing how you can adapt it for your own purposes.

We've written the book to be like a cookbook; it gives you the ingredients and a standard recipe, but it's intended that you should adjust the ingredients and mix and match the recipes to meet your needs.

HTH!

D+D



Thank you for the answer, looking forward to learning a lot of things from your book.
Welcome to coderanch Dear David and Dawn,
I like to know how I can get the most out of "React Cookook"? I used React for a while and then took some online training but at the end I could not reach a certain point where I can confidently create apps using React. What kind of methodology can I use to get the most out of your book?
Thank you for your answer
Hi,
Firstly, thank you for giving us the opportunity to discuss Kubernetes with you.
I am a junior software engineer and cannot be clear on this, should I really learn Kubernetes as a software engineer as it is generally used for highly complex systems and complex projects generally has devops support, or instead, focus more on technologies in software development ?
Thank you.
2 weeks ago
Hi all,
I am creating my own starter and have some questions in my mind. I need to expose a endpoint like eureka-starter did with their /eureka endpoint and also need to generate some code and do some operations with the generated model. What kind of module structure should I follow?
3 weeks ago
Hi all,
I am creating my own starter and have some questions in my mind. I need to expose a endpoint like eureka-starter did with their /eureka endpoint and also need to generate some code and do some operations with the generated model. What kind of module structure should I follow?
3 weeks ago

Stephan van Hulst wrote:REST does not mandate the use of JSON.


You are right but JSON counts one of the characteristics of REST protocol even if you can use different formats. It seems that researchs made on this topic (REST vs gRPC) are based on this assumption.
3 weeks ago

Stephan van Hulst wrote:If the client has already given you a schema in a certain format, do you really have a choice?


No, I will force client to use my desired schema. No one gives me something I do not know or want. Could you use xml for application properties in a Spring Boot app? No. So this is similar.
3 weeks ago

Stephan van Hulst wrote:What data is there to support the statement that gRPC has superior performance compared to REST?

As far as I am aware, REST is just a set of design principles, and not a specific technology.



I believe the performance difference comes from that rest communications is based on JSON and gRPC is based on Protobuf which is more lightweight than json. It turns out that grpc is 7 to 10 times faster than REST.
3 weeks ago
I am writing spring starter and need to generate model class using some schema given by client using my starter. What would be the best solution to generate model class from schema? What kind of schema is used for this kind of stuff mostly? I am not very into JAXB as it is xml. I want something like grpc which has easy&simple schema format.
3 weeks ago
Hi,
Do you think that the role of the gRPC in the market will be more dominant over REST in the future?
Thank you
3 weeks ago

Paul Anilprem wrote:

Omer Faruk wrote:Hi everyone,
I am planning to take OCA 8 next week and feel confident on all topics except date time api. I have never used it in practice before and have a little knowledge on it, very little. How many questions on this topic will be on exam roughly? Is it possible to get enough knowledge in 1-2 days to achieve questions on exam? What kind of questions on this topic show up in exam? Thank you so much for your help in advance.



It is an important topic from the exam perspective and you will get at least 3 questions on this topic that will require you to have good knowledge about the new Date API. Besides these, you will see a couple of questions that are not about Date/Time but refer to classes of this package anyway.

Questions on this topic are mostly based on concepts such as Date/Time classes are immutable, method chaining, time zones, and period/duration difference. But they require some memorization of class and method names as well and so, if you haven't used these classes at all before, then it will be difficult to learn in 1-2 days. You might want to go through Section 12.3 Create and manipulate calendar data from Deshmukh's book (it is free download), which covers this topic nicely.

All the best!



Thank you Paul for tips and pdf. It looks so straightforward and think it will help me comprehend necessary points till the exam.
Hi everyone,
I am planning to take OCA 8 next week and feel confident on all topics except date time api. I have never used it in practice before and have a little knowledge on it, very little. How many questions on this topic will be on exam roughly? Is it possible to get enough knowledge in 1-2 days to achieve questions on exam? What kind of questions on this topic show up in exam? Thank you so much for your help in advance.