This article by Xinsheng Chen and Dr. Jonas Yuan, the authors of the book Liferay 6.2 User Interface Development, covers the main aspects of portlets and their development. It introduces the ways to develop simple JSR 286 portlets, Spring MVC portlets, and Vaadin portlets. It describes how to implement the view, edit, and help modes of a portlet.Read Portlet in full
In this article by K. Siva Prasad Reddy, author of PrimeFaces Beginner's Guide, we will learn about several data iteration components of PrimeFaces, which include DataList, DataTable, DataGrid, and so on. These can be used to display data in a tabular format. Also, PrimeFaces provides the DataExporter component to export data into PDF, Excel, CSV, or XML formats.
The topics covered in this article are:
- Displaying data in a list layout using DataList
- Displaying data in a tabular format using DataTable
- Displaying data in a grid layout using the DataGrid component
- Exporting data into PDF, XLS, CSV, and XML formats using DataExporter
CodeIgniter comes with some useful libraries and functions for handling many aspects of application development. In this article by Rob Foster, author of CodeIgniter 2 Cookbook, you will look at Email and HTML tables. The CodeIgniter Email library is capable of sending plain text and HTML e-mails, with and without attachments that can be used (with a little configuration) instead of the standard PHP mail() function.Read CodeIgniter Email and HTML Table in full
This article by Marinos Koutsomichalis, the author of Mapping and Visualization with SuperCollider, elaborates on machine listening (that is, how to extract information out of audio signals) and discusses basic mappings and encodings using SuperCollider.
The topics covered in this article are as follows:
- Machine listening
- Tracking amplitude and loudness
- Tracking frequency
- Timbre analysis and feature detection
In this article by Jens Grubert and Dr. Raphael Grasset, authors of the book Augmented Reality for Android Application Development, you will learn about the AR concepts.Read Augmented Reality in full
This article, written by Igor Milovanovic, author of Python Data Visualization Cookbook, contains recipes that will show:
- Processing images with PIL
- Plotting with images
- Displaying image with other plots in the figure
- Plotting data on a map using Basemap
- Plotting data on a map using Google Map API
- Generating CAPTCHA images
This article written by Ágnes Vidovics-Dancs and Gergely Daróczi, the authors of Introduction to R for Quantitative Finance, explains the pricing of derivatives using discrete and continuous time models. Furthermore, you will learn how to calculate derivatives' risk measures and the so-called "Greeks".Read Derivatives Pricing in full
In this article by Rakesh Gupta and Sagar Pareek, the authors of Developing Applications with Salesforce Chatter, we will learn about cloud computing and Salesforce.com, and will discuss about collaboration in the new era by comparing it to the ancient age. We will also discuss and introduce Salesforce Chatter and its effect on ROI (Return of Investment).
In the following article, you will get a brief about the Chatter conﬁguration and customization using the APEX and Visualforce pages with a few recipes. We will also go through our Mass Follow/Unfollow Chatter app given in this article with the Chatter data cleaning concept.Read Introducing Salesforce Chatter in full
In this article by Gaurav Gupta, the author of Mastering HTML5 Forms, with the basic understanding of CSS3, we will learn how to improve the look and feel of the forms. After applying CSS3, the final web forms will have a rich and elegant look.Read Styling the Forms in full
In this article by Artan Sinani, author of the book Learning Bing Maps API, iwe will learn geocoding setting up automated jobs on the Bing Maps servers. We will also learn the techniques of monitoring the jobs, and on their completion, parsing the response.
The topics covered in this article are as follows:
- Geocoding dataflow input data
- The job
- Getting job status
In this article by Greg Moss, author of the book Working with OpenERP, we will cover how you can use OpenERP to manage the process of manufacturing products. Once you have received the required raw products to your inventory, you can begin manufacturing the end product. Part of the functionality of an OpenERP system is to assist you in scheduling these orders based on available resources. One of the resources is, of course, the raw product. Other resources could include available labor or access to a particular machine. Essentially, the goal is to schedule the manufacturing order at a time that all resources are available and produce the product for an on-time delivery.
In this article we will cover the following topics:
- Setting up the manufacturing process
- Defining our bill of materials
- Manufacturing our final product
- Analyzing the inventory report
This article, by Raúl Garreta and Guillermo Moncecchi, the Authors of Learning scikit-learn: Machine Learning in Python, presents the main concepts behind Machine Learning while solving a simple classification problem.Read Our First Machine Learning Method – Linear Classification in full
This article by Micheal F. McTear and Zoraida Callejas, the authors of the book Voice Application Development for Android, covers the main aspects of developing apps with the Google Search APIs.Read Developing apps with the Google Speech APIs in full