Creating JavaDoc for a one-off Java class

Writing by on Tuesday, 15 of February , 2011 at 9:48 pm

Sometimes you might want to create some JavaDoc for some APIs (as a one-off) say for a customer (Doc Team etc.). Simply use the javadoc command line option. Use the -d option to specify the destination for generated HTML content.

~/java/jdk1.6.0_20/bin/javadoc ./src/java/com/domain/api/ -d ~/tmp/javadoc

Alternatively, from within Eclipse – you can start the JavaDoc wizard and select the class you want generate the JavaDoc for.

File => Export => Java => JavaDoc => Select The Class, Desitination and hit Finish

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Category: Eclipse,Java

Android Emulator Has Chinese and Japanese Characters

Writing by on Sunday, 13 of February , 2011 at 10:16 am

I’m not sure what caused it, but you can change this behavior in at least 3 ways:

  • Select Input Options button on the bottom left of Keyboard ==> Input Method ==> Android Keyboard
  • Menu ==> Language & Keyboard ==> Keyboard Settings ==> Uncheck the Chinese & Japanese IME Checkboxes
  • Long Press a Text Field ==> Input Method ==> Android Keyboard

See the snapshots for details.

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Category: Android,Tips and Tricks

How to import a certificate in Google Chrome

Writing by on Wednesday, 9 of February , 2011 at 8:30 pm

Importing a certificate to Google Chrome is pretty simple. You just need to scroll down to find the Manage Certificates button and start the Import Certificates Wizard to finish the process. Hard to find because you don’t really notice the scroll bar.

Click the Wrench Icon => Options => Under the Hood => Scroll down to Manage Certificates



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Category: Google

Remove Skype from Windows 7 Taskbar while signed in

Writing by on Tuesday, 8 of February , 2011 at 9:29 am

Sometimes it’s hard to find the right option, but to remove Skype icon from the Taskbar when the window is closed, but remain signed in:

Tools => Options => Advanced Settings => and uncheck Keep Skype in the taskbar while I’m signed in.



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Category: Tips and Tricks

Top Google Chrome Extensions

Writing by on Saturday, 5 of February , 2011 at 1:40 am

I’m slowly switching to Google Chrome because it provides more real estate (particularly when I use my 13″ laptop). Another reason is the crappy McAfee icon that just can’t be removed from the Firefox Toolbar and takes one whole row. One thing I would love is if they have Firefox like Search options. Here’s a list of some must have extensions.

And if you’re a developer

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Category: Tools,Top 10

Is Gingerbread coming to all Verizon Android Phones?

Writing by on Friday, 4 of February , 2011 at 2:46 pm

Well, Google Nexus S is on Gingerbread! Will the Motorola Droid 2 Global and Droid X owners get it? As an owner of a Droid 2 Global I’m anxiously waiting for the Update. Both Motorola phones have the previous Android release Froyo (2.2) which is awesome already, but with the performance enhancements and many more features that Gingerbread offers, a lot of owners can’t wait to get a taste of the Gingerbread. Although, there’s no official word yet there’s speculation that Motorola Android phones, Samsung Galaxy and HTC lines are going to be updated!

iPhone for Verizon is ready for pre-order and will be readily available Feb 10th, so it’ll be interesting to see how and when the Gingerbread update will roll out. Or is it likely come out around iPhone 5 launch? Stay tuned…

Is Gingerbread coming to all Verizon Android Phones?

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Category: Gadgets

Shivdev Kalambi's Blog

Shivdev Kalambi is a Software Development Manager, previously a Principal Software Engineer at ArcSight/HP. With over 16 years' experience in software development, he's worked on several technologies and played different roles and contributed to all phases of projects. Non-tech activies include Ping-pong, Rock Climbing and Yoga at PG, Golf, Skiing, Swimming & a beer enthusiast.