Matt Reid | Senior Software Developer

Matthew Reid is a software developer and web developer, specialising in Java and JVM, Js and web frameworks. He has a passion for entrepreneurship, company culture and making the world a better place.

Just a quick one that I forgot to note down. If you want to count rows using a hibernate query, here is the bit of magic that you need.

getWebView().setWebViewClient(new TwitterOAuthWebViewClient());I have been using the excellent Spring Android for interaction with an api for an app I am developing at work. The spring-android-showcase project has been excellent in helping me breeze through development.

I got this tip from a wonderful presentation by Eric Burke of square but it works so well I needed to share it.

I was recently running a webapp on tomcat that needed to run on port 80 for the links to work. This isn’t easy in osx as port 80 is already being used by other things.

Communication with an XML-RPC server via Java is extremely easy with the apache XML-RPC library using the following snippet: