This article created by Thomas Chamberlain, the author of book Learning OMNeT++, introduces you with Omnet++. This book is intended for a whole range of people, from network engineers who want to create reliable networks to budding simulation enthusiasts. I know I would have benefited from a book like this when I was in my final year of University. That's when I realized I needed to simulate networks to solve the problems I had. This book would have been useful for me, because once I realized I wanted to simulate a network, I also realized that I had no idea how to do it. Once I discovered OMNeT++, I also found the learning curve for using it to be steep to start with, and I really wanted the network simulations that I would soon create to be up and running as quickly as possible. I wish for this book to be useful, interesting and also fun.Read Getting Started with OMNeT++ in full
Apache Hadoop is the trademark of Apache Software Foundation (http:// hadoop.apache.org/). HDInsight is Microsoft's Apache Hadoop-based solution for Windows server and Windows Azure. This article, created by Rajesh Nadipalli author of the book, HDInsight Essentials, will provide an overview of Apache Hadoop and Microsoft Big Data strategy where Microsoft HDInsight plays an important role.Read Hadoop and HDInsight in a Heartbeat in full
This article by Abdullah Al Mohammad, the author of the book Ext JS 4 Plugin and Extension Development, introduces and defines the Ext JS plugins and extensions, the differences between them, and finally shows how to develop a plugin and an extension.
In this article we will cover:
- What a plugin is
- What an extension is
- Differences between an extension and a plugin, and choosing the best option
- Building an Ext JS plugin
- Building an Ext JS extension
In this article by Evgeniy Sharapov, author of the book Instant Apache Camel Messaging System, we will learn about testing a Camel application. Of course, it is very easy to start your application and see how it works while it is small. Once the application starts growing, it will become impossible to check that it works correctly. Furthermore, Camel is both concurrent, which makes it even more complex, and an integration framework, so one would expect inputs and outputs to come and go from and to other systems, which might make things very tedious for the person doing quality assurance. Well, a long time ago, software developers came up with an idea to automate testing. Since then, plenty of good frameworks and libraries facilitating automatic testing have emerged. One of the approaches is unit testing—testing an application's functionality piece by piece or unit by unit. In the Java world, there are two options for unit testing: JUnit and TestNG. Even though Apache Camel supports both, here we will use only JUnit.Read Testing a Camel application in full
Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 is a sophisticated Enterprise Resource Planning system used throughout the world. Implementing Dynamics GP for an organization can be a daunting task, requiring thorough planning and understanding of the available features and options. This article provides guidance for the planning, installation, and setup of Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 with examples, advice, step-by-step guides, illustrations, and links to useful resources.
Most likely, you have already started training users. For many companies training is an ongoing process. In this article by Victoria Yudin, the author of Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 Implementation, you will go over some ideas for planning your initial, as well as ongoing, training. We will also discuss tools available from Microsoft for your Dynamics GP system. Finally, some troubleshooting tips and additional resources will be listed to help you maintain and get the most out of Dynamics GP.Read Training, Tools, and Next Steps in full
This article by Shea Silverman, author of Instant Raspberry Pi Gaming, will describe how to install MAME4All through the Raspberry Pi Store. It will also explain how to run it from both the GUI and the CLI, and how to add games.Read Installing MAME4All (Intermediate) in full
Phones are everywhere! From calling to texting, you use phones for your business and for personal use. Twilio provides an API that lets you combine phone calls and SMS messages with your websites. In this article by Roger Stringer, the author of Twilio Cookbook we will cover two recipes which will help us to learn how to send message and make phone from your website with the help of Twilio.Read Make phone calls, send SMS from your website using Twilio in full