Monthly Archives: July 2012

Spring 3 MVC with JSON via Jackson 2.0

Spring 3.1.2 adds support for automatic conversion to JSON via Jackson 2.x. There isn’t much that you need to do to make it work, with on caveat. You need to be using at least Spring 3.1.2 to have Jackson 2.x … Continue reading

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How can you tell if an element exists on a page

I had a form that I was generating with Ajax. The user selected a state, then I retrieved the licenses for the agency that they selected from the state. I also defaulted to the first agency and ran a query. … Continue reading

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