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We can use the object model API to get names and their public posts about the term java. In the Listing 3, lines 1 through 3 lines create JsonReader; line 5 creates JsonObject for the results; line 7 loops over each result; and lines 8 through 11 get the name of the person who posted, get the public post, and prints them. Note that the JsonReader and other objects in this API can be used in the try-with-resources statement (which is also called automatic resource management [ARM]).




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Let's use the streaming API to do the same thing that was done with the object model API, that is, to search Facebook's public posts about java. In Listing 4, lines 1 through 3 create a streaming parser, lines 4 through 5 get the next event, line 6 looks for the KEY_NAME event, lines 8 through 11 read names and print them, and lines 14 through 16 read the public posts and print them. The use of streaming API provides an efficient way to access names and their public posts when compared to the same task using the object model API.


To fix the native mode runtime exceptions add an empty class annotated with bean @RegisterForReflection (the name of the class does not matter with the following content.Basically all classes of Presto DB JDBC package com.facebook.presto.jdbc.internal.client are using Jackson internally and therefore need to be registered for reflection.


Buck currently requires Java 8; we are working toward support for future versions. If you have multiple installations of Java on your development computer, you might get warnings from Buck that you are using an unsupported version of Java. To resolve this issue, set the JAVA_HOME environment variable to the directory for version 8 of the Java Development Kit (JDK). Note that the directory that JAVA_HOME points to should contain a bin subdirectory which in turn contains binaries for the Java compiler (javac) and Java runtime (java).


Buck currently requires Java 8; we are working toward support for future versions. If you have multiple installations of Java on your development computer, you might get warnings from Buck that you are using an unsupported version of Java. To resolve this issue, set the JAVA_HOME environment variable to the directory for version 8 of the Java Development Kit (JDK). Note that the directory that JAVA_HOME points to should contain a bin subdirectory which in turn contains binaries for the Java compiler (javac.exe) and Java runtime (java.exe).


If you have multiple installations of Java on your development computer, you might get warnings from Buck that you are using an unsupported version of Java. To resolve this issue, set the JAVA_HOME environment variable to the directory for version 8 of the Java Development Kit (JDK). Note that the directory that JAVA_HOME points to should contain a bin subdirectory which in turn contains binaries for the Java compiler (javac) and Java runtime (java).


We are going to be building a Java application that prints out "Hello Buck". The code to build the application consists of both a library and app component. To build this Java application, the code you cloned has all the files necessary. From the hello-buck-java directory, you will find:


com/facebook/buck/demo/BUCK: This build file is what makes Buck work and is the trigger for building the application. It defines all the build rules for your source code. The key rules you will see in this file is java_binary and java_library. A build rule may also include dependencies (generally via deps), which may be from other build files.


In order to build the library, you use the buck build command, specifying your app as the target. The target may be defined in the [alias] section in the .buckconfig file or it would be the name of your Java application prepended by //[the directory where your project is located]: (e.g., //com/facebook/buck/demo:hello-buck-java).


@javajuneauA Fermilab application developer and system analyst, Juneau is a seasoned developer. Among his specialties are developing in Groovy and SQL and for Java SE and EE applications. He is also a prolific writer of Java books and articles. Follow Juneau for loads of technical content, from tutorials to news and conference coverage.


@steveonjavaA lead Java community manager at Oracle, Chin is a Java guru and JavaFX evangelist. He is an active conference speaker and the host of the Nighthacking webcast series. Chin runs the aptly named website Steve On Java, with content ranging from conference coverage to retro gaming. 350c69d7ab


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