In this article by Joseph Howse, the author of, Android Application Programming with OpenCV, we will learn how to make subtle color shifts with curves.Read Making subtle color shifts with curves in full
In this article by Bill Bejeck, the author of Getting started with Google Guava, discusses Guava that will give Java developers a boost in their productivity and the introduction of the functional programming idioms provided by Guava.
In this article, we are going to cover the following things:
- The EventBus and AsyncEventBus classes
- Subscribing to events and registering with EventBus to be notified of events
- Publishing events with EventBus
- Writing event handlers and choosing between coarse-grained or fine-grained event handlers depending on our needs
- Using a dependency injection framework in conjunction with EventBus
In this article, by Rakesh Raul, the author of Microsoft Dynamics NAV 7 Programming Cookbook, we will cover the following recipes:
- Updating the subform page from a parent page
- Creating a FactBox page
- Creating a Queue page
- Creating a Role Center page
- Creating a wizard page
In this article by Ankur Gupta, author of the book Oracle GoldenGate 11g, we have been provided with a ready, step-by-step approach to perform various GoldenGate Administration tasks. With these recipes in hand, we will easily be able to implement and manage Oracle GoldenGate in an efficient way.
In this article we will cover the following recipes:
- Upgrading Oracle GoldenGate binaries
- Table structure changes in GoldenGate environments with similar table definitions
- Table structure changes in GoldenGate environments with different table definitions
- Resolving GoldenGate errors using the logdump utility
- Undoing the applied changes using the reverse utility
- Creating an Integrated Capture with a downstream database for compressed tables
In this article by Marcin Jamro, author of Windows Phone 8 Game Development, we will learn how to test the application and prepare it for submission. The process of testing the game may be very complex, but it can be made easier by using dedicated tools, which will be presented in this article. While developing the game for the Windows Phone 8 platform, we should carefully test various aspects, including using sensors, different screen resolutions, localization, and, of course, the performance.Read Game Publishing in full
In this article, by José María Mateos Pérez, Javier Pascau, the authors of Image Processing with ImageJ, discusses how to extend our abilities to measure and manipulate our images First we will learn what are selections, regions of interest, and overlays, and how to work with them and what can be measured using these tools. After this, we will focus on some classic image processing both in spatial and frequency domains, understanding what that means. Finally, we will see how particle analysis can be done in ImageJ.Read Advanced Image Processing with ImageJ in full
This article created by Simon Lidberg the author of Getting Started with SQL Server 2012 Cube Development, serves as an introduction to Business Intelligence solutions and specifically self-service solutions.Read Self-service Business Intelligence, Creating Value from Data in full
This article written by Pawel Kozlowski and Peter Bacon Darwin, the authors of Mastering Web Application Development with AngularJS, serves as an introduction to AngularJS, both the framework and the project behind it. Firstly we are going to take a brief look at the project itself: who drives it, where to find the source code and the documentation, how to ask for help, and so on.
Most of this article is filled with introduction to the AngularJS framework, its core concepts, and coding patterns. There is a lot of material to cover, so to make the learning process fast and painless, there are plenty of code examples.
AngularJS is a unique framework that without doubt will shape the web development space in the years to come. This is why the last part of this article explains what makes AngularJS so special, how it compares to other existing frameworks, and what we can expect from it in the future.
In this article we will cover the following topics:
- How to write a simple Hello World application in AngularJS. In the process of doing so, you will come to know where to find framework source code, its documentation, and community.
- To get familiar with the basic building blocks of any AngularJS application: templates with directives, scopes, and controllers.
- To become aware of the AngularJS sophisticated dependency injection system with all its nuances.
- To understand how AngularJS compares to other frameworks and libraries (especially jQuery) and what makes it so special.
In this article, by Rawane Madi, the author of Learning Software Testing with Test Studio, discusses some of the reasons why you would want to achieve software quality. The reasons are to make sure that the system does what it's supposed to do, uncover errors and/or to provide assurance for your software user. This article will explore some general terminologies and processes in software testing and briefly introduce the tool automation features.Read About Test Studio in full
This article by Daniel Bates, author of Instant Minecraft: Pi Edition Coding How-to, will guide you through to the point where you have Python code interacting with Minecraft: Pi Edition. We will walk through the steps required to connect to the game and post a chat message. Many more features are available once connected, some of which are covered at the end of this article.Read Coding with Minecraft in full
In this article by Sergio Ramazzina, the author of the book Instant Pentaho Data Integration Kitchen, will guide you through simply starting a PDI job using the script Kitchen. In this case, the PDI job we are going to start is stored locally in the computer filesystem, but it could be anywhere in the network in any place that is directly accessible. You will learn how to start simple jobs both with and without a set of input parameters previously defined in the job.
Using command-line scripts is a fast way to start batches, but it is also the easiest way to schedule our jobs using our operating system's scheduler. The script accepts a set of inline arguments to pass the proper options required by the program to run our job in any specific situation.Read Executing PDI jobs from a filesystem (Simple) in full