Mined Opinions For API: org.simpleframework

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  • Thanks, this looks like a very interesting option.. details
  • For xml we use simple ( URL_http://simple.sourceforge.net [simple.sourceforge.net] ) .. details
  • The reading is jsut done with these two lines once the Example.class is correctly annotated : CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .. details
  • It depends of what you are willing to do with your loaded datas (how you want / need to process them), but if you are willing in the end to load XML elements into java beans, i'm a big fan of URL_http://simple.sourceforge.net [SimpleXML] , way simpler and quicker than anything else (imho).. details
  • The choice of SAX/DOM is really basde on what you're trying to parse, see this for how to decide on which one to use: URL_http://geekexplains.blogspot.com/2009/04/sax-vs-dom-differences-between- dom-and.html [ URL_http://geekexplains.blogspot.com/2009/04/sax-vs-dom-differences - between-dom-and.html] Even if you don't use SAX/DOM there are still simple options available to you, take a look at Simple : ) URL_http://simple.sourceforge.net/ [ URL_http://simple.sourceforge.net/ ] You may also want to consider STaX.. details
  • Thanks, I will have a look at simple.. details
  • URL_http://simple.sourceforge.net/ [Simple] apparently can deal with more complex object graphs, but XStream seems more popular, does JSON and will probably suit my needs (I won't be ever having cyclic references).. details
  • If you work out how to scale out, it'll kill two birds with one stone.. details
  • Why would you want to limit it to a single server, which has obvious problems in terms of outages etc as well as handling that many requests per second.. details
Summaries the opinions about org.simpleframework using topic modeling.
  • 0. simple sax load html option stax choice basde decide xstream: 7
    • Thanks, this looks like a very interesting option.. details
    • For xml we use simple ( simple.sourceforge.net ) .. details
    • The reading is jsut done with these two lines once the Example.class is correctly annotated : CODESNIPPET .. details
    • It depends of what you are willing to do with your loaded datas (how you want / need to process them), but if you are willing in the end to load XML elements into java beans, i'm a big fan of SimpleXML , way simpler and quicker than anything else (imho).. details
    • The choice of SAX/DOM is really basde on what you're trying to parse, see this for how to decide on which one to use: dom-and.html [ - between-dom-and.html] Even if you don't use SAX/DOM there are still simple options available to you, take a look at Simple : ) You may also want to consider STaX.. details
    • Thanks, I will have a look at simple.. details
    • Simple apparently can deal with more complex object graphs, but XStream seems more popular, does JSON and will probably suit my needs (I won't be ever having cyclic references).. details
  • 0. obvious single outage request term stone scale bird: 2
    • Why would you want to limit it to a single server, which has obvious problems in terms of outages etc as well as handling that many requests per second.. details
    • If you work out how to scale out, it'll kill two birds with one stone.. details
Summaries of the opinions about org.simpleframework using three algorithms (Textrank, Lexrank and Luhn) adopted from extractive summarization. Each algorithm was used once for the positive opinions and once for the negative opinions.
  • For xml we use simple ( simple sourceforge net ) .
  • Thanks, this looks like a very interesting option .
  • Simple apparently can deal with more complex object graphs, but XStream seems more popular, does JSON and will probably suit my needs (I won't be ever having cyclic references) .
  • It depends of what you are willing to do with your loaded datas (how you want need to process them), but if you are willing in the end to load XML elements into java beans, i'm a big fan of SimpleXML , way simpler and quicker than anything else (imho) .
  • The reading is jsut done with these two lines once the Example class is correctly annotated : CODESNIPPET JAVA1 .
  • The choice of SAX DOM is really basde on what you're trying to parse, see this for how to decide on which one to use: dom and html between dom and html Even if you don't use SAX DOM there are still simple options available to you, take a look at Simple : ) You may also want to consider STaX .
  • Thanks, I will have a look at simple .
  • For xml we use simple ( simple sourceforge net ) .
  • Thanks, this looks like a very interesting option .
  • Simple apparently can deal with more complex object graphs, but XStream seems more popular, does JSON and will probably suit my needs (I won't be ever having cyclic references) .
  • It depends of what you are willing to do with your loaded datas (how you want need to process them), but if you are willing in the end to load XML elements into java beans, i'm a big fan of SimpleXML , way simpler and quicker than anything else (imho) .
  • The reading is jsut done with these two lines once the Example class is correctly annotated : CODESNIPPET JAVA1 .
  • The choice of SAX DOM is really basde on what you're trying to parse, see this for how to decide on which one to use: dom and html between dom and html Even if you don't use SAX DOM there are still simple options available to you, take a look at Simple : ) You may also want to consider STaX .
  • Thanks, I will have a look at simple .
  • For xml we use simple ( simple sourceforge net ) .
  • Thanks, this looks like a very interesting option .
  • Simple apparently can deal with more complex object graphs, but XStream seems more popular, does JSON and will probably suit my needs (I won't be ever having cyclic references) .
  • It depends of what you are willing to do with your loaded datas (how you want need to process them), but if you are willing in the end to load XML elements into java beans, i'm a big fan of SimpleXML , way simpler and quicker than anything else (imho) .
  • The reading is jsut done with these two lines once the Example class is correctly annotated : CODESNIPPET JAVA1 .
  • The choice of SAX DOM is really basde on what you're trying to parse, see this for how to decide on which one to use: dom and html between dom and html Even if you don't use SAX DOM there are still simple options available to you, take a look at Simple : ) You may also want to consider STaX .
  • Thanks, I will have a look at simple .
  • Why would you want to limit it to a single server, which has obvious problems in terms of outages etc as well as handling that many requests per second .
  • If you work out how to scale out, it'll kill two birds with one stone .
  • Why would you want to limit it to a single server, which has obvious problems in terms of outages etc as well as handling that many requests per second .
  • If you work out how to scale out, it'll kill two birds with one stone .
  • Why would you want to limit it to a single server, which has obvious problems in terms of outages etc as well as handling that many requests per second .
  • If you work out how to scale out, it'll kill two birds with one stone .
Summaries of the opinions about org.simpleframework using Opinosis, an abstractive summarizer of opinions..
Summaries of the opinions about org.simpleframework using contrastive viewpoints. Each entry contains a pair of positive and negative sentences that are most likely discussing about similar API features.
Summaries of opinions about based on specific API aspects, such as, performance, usability, etc. The 'Overview' page provides an overview of the aspects detected in the opinions. The 'Trend' page shows the distribution of polarity over time for each aspect. The 'Positive Opinions' page groups positive opinions by the detected aspects. The 'Contrastive By Aspect' page shows paris of contrastive opinions under each aspect (where found).
Onlysentiment:
  • Thanks, this looks like a very interesting option.
  • N/A
Features:
  • The reading is jsut done with these two lines once the Example.class is correctly annotated : CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .
  • N/A
Usability:
  • For xml we use simple ( URL_http://simple.sourceforge.net [simple.sourceforge.net] ) .
  • If you work out how to scale out, it'll kill two birds with one stone.
  • Onlysentiment: 2
    1. general: 2
      • Thanks, this looks like a very interesting option.. details
      • Thanks, I will have a look at simple.. details
  • Features: 1
    1. general: 1
      • The reading is jsut done with these two lines once the Example.class is correctly annotated : CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .. details
  • Usability: 4
    1. general: 4
      • For xml we use simple ( URL_http://simple.sourceforge.net [simple.sourceforge.net] ) .. details
      • It depends of what you are willing to do with your loaded datas (how you want / need to process them), but if you are willing in the end to load XML elements into java beans, i'm a big fan of URL_http://simple.sourceforge.net [SimpleXML] , way simpler and quicker than anything else (imho).. details
      • The choice of SAX/DOM is really basde on what you're trying to parse, see this for how to decide on which one to use: URL_http://geekexplains.blogspot.com/2009/04/sax-vs-dom-differences-between- dom-and.html [ URL_http://geekexplains.blogspot.com/2009/04/sax-vs-dom-differences - between-dom-and.html] Even if you don't use SAX/DOM there are still simple options available to you, take a look at Simple : ) URL_http://simple.sourceforge.net/ [ URL_http://simple.sourceforge.net/ ] You may also want to consider STaX.. details
      • URL_http://simple.sourceforge.net/ [Simple] apparently can deal with more complex object graphs, but XStream seems more popular, does JSON and will probably suit my needs (I won't be ever having cyclic references).. details
  • Usability: 2
    1. general: 2
      • If you work out how to scale out, it'll kill two birds with one stone.. details
      • Why would you want to limit it to a single server, which has obvious problems in terms of outages etc as well as handling that many requests per second.. details