What is an Unhandled Exception and How to Find Them
In the world of programming, exceptions are inevitable. They represent unexpected or exceptional events that can occur during the execution of a program. While some exceptions might be anticipated and handled gracefully, others might be unexpected, leading to application crashes or unexpected behavior. This guide that Juan Reyes refreshed on Stackify’s blog delves into the nuances of exceptions in C#, focusing on the importance of handling an unhandled exception and the tools available for the same.
How to Specify and Handle Exceptions in Java
Errors happen all the time in the software world. It might be an invalid user input, an external system not responding, or a simple programming error. In all these situations, the errors occur at runtime, and the application needs to handle them. Otherwise, it crashes and can’t process further requests. Java provides a powerful exception handling mechanism that allows you to handle the exceptional event where it occurred or in one of the higher methods in the call stack. Learn about exceptions in Java from Juan Reyes on Stackify’s blog.
Top Java Software Errors: 50 Common Java Errors and How to Avoid Them
Imagine, you are developing Java software and suddenly you encounter errors. Where could have possibly gone wrong? There are many types of errors that you will encounter while developing Java software, but most are avoidable. If you have an error monitoring tool such as Stackify Retrace, you can write code with ease. You can learn about common Java issues and their workarounds in this post from Alexander Fridman on Stackify’s blog.
How Log4J2 Works: 10 Ways to Get the Most Out Of It
Log4j2 is the updated version of the popular and influential log4j library, used extensively throughout the Java ecosystem for so many years. Version 2.x keeps all the logging features of its predecessor and builds on that foundation with some significant improvements, especially in the area of performance. And of course, given how instrumental logging is for any application, both for audit and debugging purposes, choosing a solid logging library is quite an important decision. In this post from Alexander Fridman on Stackify’s blog, you can take a look at why the log4j2 library is a great choice for that decision and how we can use it in an application.
ViewBag 101: How It Works, When It’s Used, Code Examples, and More
ViewBag is a property – considered a dynamic object – that enables you to share values dynamically between the controller and view within ASP.NET MVC applications. You can take a closer look at ViewBag, when it’s used, some limitations, and other possible options to consider in this post from Bravin Wasike on Stackify’s blog.