Category Archives: Miscellaneous

How to convert Java Object to YAML file?

YAML stands for YAML Ain’t Markup Language is also known as Yet Another Markup Language. It is generally used for configuration files and the data exchange between languages with different data structures. Given below is an example of a YAML file representing information about a website: Java Object to YAML file In this tutorial, we are… Read More »

Lombok is not generating Getters and Setter?

Lombok is a popular Java library that simplifies Java application development by reducing boilerplate code and making our codebase clean and easy to understand. It is an annotation-based library that provides several annotations to be used in Java classes to automatically generate the biolerplate codes for getters, setters, constructors, etc. These annotations are processed at… Read More »

How to resolve Eclipse version 1.8.0_301 of the JVM is not suitable for this product. Version 17 or greater is required. ?

Whenever we install a new version of Eclipse IDE, which comes with the latest support for JVM, while opening Eclipse IDE, we may get the following error: Version 1.8.0_301 of the JVM is not suitable for this product. Version 17 or greater is required. Steps to resolve the JVM version not suitable for Eclipse Step… Read More »

How to import project in Eclipse?

Importing a project in Eclipse means importing it from some other workspace and adding it to the current workspace. i.e., to load a project from a local directory or remote server into the Eclipse workspace. In this tutorial, we learn about how we can import project in Eclipse. It is very often that we have… Read More »

How to format JSON in Notepad++

JSON stands for JavaScript Object Notation; it is a lightweight, open standard for data interchange over the internet. It uses Key-Value pairs along with objects and arrays and is language-independent, which means we can have two different applications written in different languages exchange data with the help of JSON. In this tutorial, we are going… Read More »