moneyIf you are interested in making money from your blog or just having people read your blog often, despite the fact that you get nothing for it, you probably put a lot of time and effort into getting traffic. You try to write about things that people care about, you look for hot topics in the industry and you write posts based on recommendations from your readers. One of the most important things to remember is that you need to write consistently and often if you want to keep people coming back for more all of the time.

The thing is, people will get bored of checking your blog if you do not update it more than once a month. After a few days of checking, they will move on to something else. You will lose their interest. Eventually, they are going to find another blog that is updated a lot more often, and they are going to start reading it instead. Since they only have so much time, they are going to spend it all there, and then you have lost that reader for good. This could happen with hundreds or even thousands of your monthly readers.

What they want is a blog that has something new and interesting to offer every single day. They want to know that it is going to give them something each time that they check it. This way, you make it so that they are always curious. It becomes part of their daily ritual to check your blog. Once they get into that routine, you could have them for a long time. Remember that humans are creatures of habit who often fall into patterns that they may not break for months or years, if they do at all. If you can have your blog become something that factors into their typical day, you know that you are going to have consistent readers.

Of course, you do not just want to post the same thing over and over again in the name of quantity. You need to have new, fresh information that you can put up all of the time. It is going to take work for you to come up with these topics and write about them, and you may even want to think about hiring someone to do it for you. When you do, though, you are going to see positive results in a hurry.

If ever this will happen to you, chances are you used a bean class as the object passed to the ObservableList. Hence, any update done will not update your TableView unless it is binded to that bean class.

To do so, replace your data types like long, int, double to use the Property class and instantiate it with SimpleProperty class. For String, use StringProperty and instantiate it with SimpleStringProperty.

Check this sample class:

Your bean class must have a Property method that will return the property class in order for binding to take effect with your TableView and ObservableList. This is so that the values of the individual entity fields can be observed for changes and any update action will take effect.

Good thing MySQL has the IF() function that enables us to update a column by switching values to 0 if current value is 1 and vice versa in just 1 query.

This way, we do not have to waste resources by querying for the current value and then executing an update query.

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