Top 10 Most Popular Posts on DZone: April 23-29
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Welcome to a new DZone weekly feature where we highlight the most popular articles on DZone. Are you ready to find out the most popular articles across all of DZone for the past week (April 23-29)? We compiled our top 10 trending and most popular DZone articles for our developer and software professional audiences!
Let us know in the comments which of these articles is your favorite and what article you hope to see next on DZone!
Learn from Javin Paul how to use the Map and Filter functions in Java 8 to transform and filter elements of objects.
Learn from Neil Agarwal on a basic Registration and Login feature with the help of HTML, PHP, and MySQL.
From Vikas Arya, whether you're a computer science veteran or have no idea what an if statement is, there is a perfect book about Python written for your experience level.
A brief advice column from JD Namburi outlining suggestions to keep in mind when designing MVPs, creating processes around them, and what it takes to deliver a 'perfectly adequate' MVP.
Learn from Akash Bhingole how to keep your exception handling at a central place in your application using @ControllerAdvice.
In this article, Gopal Tiwari goes through a step-by-step guide to installing and running Apache ZooKeeper and Apache Kafka on a Windows OS.
This article from Ajitesh Kumar represents command set in R programming language, which could be used to extract rows and columns from a given data frame.
Always forgetting the Java String formatting specifiers? Or maybe you never took the time to learn. Here's a reference from Jay Sridhar on the various flags you can use.
Now that you (presumably) know what Git is and how it works, take a look at examples of how to use the top 20 Git commands from Sahiti Kappagantula.
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