This post is about XML validation against more than one related XSDs – one XSD is included into the main XSD.
This post demonstrates how to write XML files using DOM in Java.
This post shows how to implement the Delegation Design Pattern in Kotlin.
This post demonstrates how to read XML files using DOM Parser which parses and loads the entire XML into memory in a Tree structure which makes it very easy to traverse and manipulate elements.
This post shows an sample codes that checks if a key exists in a map. There are 3 ways to do this in Kotlin. We are using Kotlin 1.1.
This post demonstrates how to create static class members similar to that of Java. We use Kotlin 1.1 here
An Extension Function is a function that is attached to an existing class and are invoked like member functions. For this post, we are using Kotlin 1.1.
This post demonstrates how to create a simple SOAP-based Web Service with Kotlin.
Kotlin is statically typed programming language for modern multi-platform applications. It is also 100% interoperable with Java and Android. Furthermore, it allows for concise, and null-safe codes.
What is the difference between the keywords val and var in Kotlin? If you’re coming from Java, val refers to variable that cannot be updated after it has been assigned a value; while var is the usual writable variable whose value can always be changed by other codes.