Quality Assurance tells us everything regarding monitoring calls, recording calls, and capturing detailed call logs. In this article by Barrie Dempster, David Gomillion, and David Merel you learn how to install and use these features in Asterisk 1.6.Read Quality Assurance in Asterisk 1.6 in full
This article demonstrates how we can secure extensions and explains some of the ramifications if we fail to do this.
This two-part article by James Kennard contains the following recipes:
- Writing SQL safe queries
- Writing SQL-safe LIKE string comparison queries
- Using the token
- Making a filename safe
- Making a directory path safe
- Making a path safe
- Safely retrieving request data
- Getting a value from an array
In this article by Matt Williamson, we will learn how to upgrade a home network to a small business system using pfSense in a step by step manner. We will begin right from the basic concepts of networking to the actual implementation of the upgrade.Read Upgrading a Home Network to a Small Business System Using pfSense in full
The main focus of this two-part article by Jeff Winder & Paul Tondeur will be on how to get models from the programs like Autodesk 3ds Max, Sketchup and Blender into Papervision3D. The process of creating models in general is too program-specific and out-of-scope for this article. Therefore, only the creation of a simple 3D object per program will be discussed. However, some more complex preconfigured models are also provided.Read Papervision3D External Models: Part 1 in full
This article by Maria Odea Ching and Brett Porter showcases the different techniques and ways for getting the best out of using an Archiva repository. We will learn a little bit about access control in Archiva, how to configure and use a virtual repository, and a whole lot about maintenance.Read Archiva in a Team: Part 1 in full
At the start of a new academic year, it’s helpful to do some Moodle housework before our students enter our course. Your Moodle admin should be able to add your classes and set up marking grades for you, but if you’re keen to get started, this article by Mary Cooch will show you how a regular teacher can:
- get their classes set up as groups on a Moodle course page
- add their own customized marking scales
In this two-part article series by Keith Pope, we will learn about:
- Creating Models that do not use a database as a data source
- Using Zend_Session_Namespace
- Implementing the Cart Views and Controllers
- More Forms, View Helpers, and so on
Developing an application in Symfony is easy and time-saving, and one of the best ways to demonstrate that is to create a web site. By the end of this article by Tim Bowler, we will have an initial prototype, which will serve as a starting point. Along the way you will be introduced to the MVC flow within Symfony where you will understand about the business and application logic, and designing the database.
In this article you will learn how to:
- Set up the foundations for a basic database-driven web site using the Symfony framework
- Use some of the available Symfony tasks to cut out repetition
- Create a database schema and later understand its relation to the ORM and forms
- Understand the flow of the request to the controller, action, routing, and template rendering
In the article Continuum: Ensuring the Health of your Source Code by Maria Odea Ching and Brett Porter, we will learn about the importance of a continuous integration, or CI, server in a project (especially gigantic ones!).
We will be using Continuum to show you first-hand the formidable role of a CI server in the development life cycle. We will learn the essentials of how to set up Continuum, plus the basics of how to configure it so you will know when your project's build breaks.
The first part of the article deals with setting up a source repository, installing any required applications or tools, and setting up Continuum. The remaining sections cover the systematic process of adding and building projects in Continuum.Read Apache Continuum: Ensuring the Health of your Source Code (Part 1) in full