This article by Marc Bodmer authors of Instant Ember.js Application Development How-to will help you understand the basics of Ember.js framework. It will also help in setting up Ember.js. It will also give you a brief idea on creating Ember objects and controllers. And an introduction about what is mustache templates.Read Introducing the Ember.JS framework in full
Open Source Identity Management Patterns and Practices Using OpenAM 10.x shows how authentication and authorization can be managed using OpenAM, guiding you through the process of installing and configuring the application in a series of prototypes. Key concepts and technologies are covered giving you broad knowledge of the different areas of Identity Management, as well as specific examples of using Identity Management technologies such as OAuth and OATH.
This article by, Waylon Kenning, the author of Open Source Identity Management Patterns and Practices Using OpenAM 10.x, explains how to:
- Use Facebook as OAuth provider
- Configure OAuth module
In this article by Chris Khoo, the author of Instant Audio Processing with Web Audio, we will see how automating the audio parametes is carried out. There are several key rules in regards to scheduling the automation events:
If an event is added at a time when there is already an event of the exact same type, the new event replaces the old one.
If an event is added at a time when there is already an event of a different type, it is scheduled to occur immediately after it.
Events may not overlap – some events occur over time, such as the linearRampToValueAtTime() automation behavior. No events may be scheduled in the time when such events are active, otherwise Web Audio will throw a runtime exception.
This article by Claudio Tesoriero, the author of Getting Started with OrientDB has discussed about the memory and cache.
OrientDB uses more than one cache: one for each opened connection and one shared among the connections. Furthermore, OrientDB uses the memory mapped files to speed up the data access. This means that the trick here is to find the right balance among the caches, the memory mapping and the heap memory used by the JVM. To set up the memory that will be used by the memory mapped files, you can use the file.mmap.maxMemory configuration property. For example, on a 32-bit machine the maximum memory addressable is 4 GB, which means that you can set the heap value and the virtual memory so that their sum is 4 GB. Keep in mind, however, that if your server does not have enough memory, OrientDB can be swapped by O.S. and you can experience some performance degradation. In a 64-bit architecture, by default, OrientDB automatically set the file.mmap.maxMemory value as:
Read Memory and cache in full
(maxOsMemory - maxProcessMemory) / 2
In this article, by Gorgi Kosev and Mite Mitreski, the authors of HTML5 Data and Services Cookbook, we're going to cover the following topics:
In this Article, we're going to cover the following topics:
- Creating an HTTP GET request to fetch JSON
- Creating a request with custom headers
- Versioning your API
- Fetching JSON data with JSONP
- Reading XML data from the server
- Using the FormData interface
- Posting a binary file to the server
- Creating an SSL connection with Node.js
- Making real-time updates with Ajax Push
- Exchanging real-time messages using WebSockets
This article by Dmitry Sheiko the author of Instant Testing with QUnit will guide you on automating client-side cross-platform/browser testing using the command-line tool Bunyip.Read Cross-browser-distributed testing in full
This article by Ian Grieve and Mark Polino authors of Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 Cookbook gives a brief description of Dynamics GP. By the end of this article, you will learn that Dynamics GP provides a number of features to better organize the overall system and improve its usefulness for all users; these recipes are designed for the use of administrators rather than typical users. This article is designed to demonstrate how to implement and fine-tune these features to provide the most benefit.
In this article we will look at:
- Speeding account entry with account aliases
- Cleaning account lookups by removing accounts from lookups
- Gaining visibility by using horizontal scroll arrows
- Streamlining payables processing by prioritizing vendors
- Getting clarity with user-defined fields
- Developing connections with Internet user-defined fields
- Gaining reporting control with account rollups
- Remembering processes with an ad hoc workflow
- Improving financial reporting clarity by splitting purchasing accounts
- Speeding lookups with advanced lookups
- Going straight to the site with web links
This article by Vadim Mirgorod, the author of Backbone.js Cookbook gives you a brief description of Backbone.js. This article introduces you to an MVC pattern and the Backbone.js framework. By the end of this article, you will learn how to design Backbone applications in terms of MVC and create your first Backbone app using models, views, and routers.
In this article, we will cover the following points:
- Designing an application with the MVC pattern
- Defining business logic with models and collections
- Modeling an application's behavior with views and a router
- Creating an application structure from scratch
- Writing your first Backbone application
- Implementing URL routing in your application
- Extending an application with plugins
- Contributing to the Backbone project
This article by Bilgin Ibryam, author of Instant Apache Camel Message Routing, provides a high-level overview of Camel architecture and explains how to create simple message driven applications.
Camel is a Java based application integration framework. It is lightweight and can run as a standalone application, as part of spring applications, or as an OSGI bundle. Camel can easily connect with many different systems using a variety of connectors, and integrate seamlessly, thanks to multiple messaging pattern implementations. In this first Camel application, we are going to connect to the filesystem and copy files from the source folder to a target folder using a polling consumer.Read Creating a Camel project (Simple) in full
This article created by Emilio Aristides de Fez Laso author of Instant Autolt Scripting discusses about how Skype can be automated to aid in communications.
Skype sends messages to a selected user. Consider two similar SendChat functions as an example. Echo123 is Skype's default sound test user. Change it to another user name you want from user properties (space not allowed).Read Skype automation in full
This article by, Ron DuPlain, the author of Instant Flask Web Development, explains how to keep users logged in for on-going requests after authentication. Since HTTP is stateless, we need to track some data across requests with a session.Read Handling sessions and users in full
In this article by Ankush Agarwal, the author of this book ServiceDesk Plus 8.x Essentials, we intend to focus on certain ITIL concepts while clarifying the differences between some of the frequently misinterpreted terms.
Before imparting on the journey to understand how ServiceDesk Plus helps in managing IT services, let's have a common understanding of some terminologies which are commonly used but often misinterpreted. Terms such as Problem Management, Release Management, SLA, IT Process, and so, have now moved from the geek dictionary to common IT lingo. While this outspread has helped Service Management gain more focus and acceptance, it has also established the need for having a clear definition of such terms.
ITIL® has successfully provided a platform for this. The Information Technology Infrastructure Library (ITIL) is a set of practices for IT Service Management (ITSM) that focuses on aligning IT services with the needs of business. It is a practical approach for planning and delivering IT services to the business and also provides a common ground for various IT service-related terms. ITIL, being the most widely adopted approach, also provides the framework for many of the IT Service Management software and tools. ServiceDesk Plus is a popular example of such software, which helps to comprehensively manage IT assets and services.
However, to make the best use of this book, which elaborates the services of the ServiceDesk Plus software, it is imperative to first understand some of the IT service concepts.
Please note that all terms used in this book are as defined in the official ITIL publications.Read Conceptualizing IT Service Management in full
In this article by Tim Plummer, the author of Learning Joomla! 3 Extension Development, you will learn the following:
- How to package multiple extensions into a single file
- How to set up an update server
This article created by Ankit Jain the author of Instant Apache Sqoop, will explain some common arguments of import process and how we can use these arguments to import RDBMS table into HDFS.Read Working with Import Process (Intermediate) in full