Using PreparedStatement in JDBC With Examples
The JD®BC (Java database connectivity) API defines a standard interface for Java applications to connect to different relational database (RDBMS) implementations. Most popular relational database vendors provide JDBC-compliant drivers for their databases. The JDBC API provides the
Statement object to execute queries, updates, and DDL statements on data in a database. The
PreparedStatement is a subclass of`
Statement that provides better security, portability across vendors, and performance. The prepared in the name comes from the fact that it’s prepared/compiled initially and then reused rather than having to be compiled for each execution. This post from Manoj Mokashi on CoderPad’s blog will explain why and how to work with
The Best Alternative to Auto-Replies in Slack
You probably know what it feels like to be one person doing the job of multiple teammates. Several people are asking you for updates on the projects they requested, and they’re getting frustrated because they haven’t received any meaningful updates from you. You set up an auto-reply to at least share something with them, but those automated messages aren’t communicating the information they’ll be satisfied with. As a workflow system operating entirely within Slack, Wrangle provides a robust alternative to auto-replies that will keep your clients up-to-date while helping you stay focused on the jobs that matter most. You can learn more about the benefits of Wrangle over auto-replies in this post from Ifeanyi Benedict Iheagwara on Wrangle’s blog.
How to Create a Ticketing System with Google Forms
If you’ve ever used software, you probably remember a time when you encountered an issue and needed to file a support ticket. The application probably asked you to submit a ticket via their ticketing system or a support portal. IT support and help teams use ticketing systems to manage, store and organize support requests. While there are many good ticketing systems out there, you can hack together your own with a tool using Google Forms. You will lack the collaborative functionality of a modern dedicated ticketing system, but in a pinch, Google Forms can serve as a channel for managing your support tickets. In this post on Wrangle’s blog, our author Siddhant Varma walks you through how you can create a ticketing system with Google Forms.
A Simple Guide To TypeORM: What It Is And How To Use It
Considering that current languages have object-oriented programming features, most database management systems are based on the relational model, where there are tables instead of objects. For these reasons, the practice of mapping relational objects is of great importance in the development area. In short, a relational database works with tables and relations between them. Meanwhile, we have several elements in the object-oriented paradigm, like classes, properties, visibility, inheritance, and interfaces. This difference in the structure of the two paradigms makes it challenging to represent the data and the model. This is where ORM comes into play to solve this problem. In this article on CoderPad’s blog, our author Rhuan Souza can introduce you to TypeORM, one of the main tools used today.