In this article by Miloš Radovanović and Miloš Vučetić, the authors of the book Learning Adobe Connect 9, will explain how to edit various settings for existing meetings.
Modern world organizations require effective collaboration in order to improve productivity. Today we live in an era of companies that are spread across different continents, while there is an ever-increasing need to effectively share information in real time and to discuss a multitude of ideas, no matter where we are.
Conferencing tools enable users to increase their productivity and improve communication with their functionalities that include interactive experiences supported by multiple features. One of the most advanced conferencing tools and the market leader today is Adobe Connect. With its features that include audio and video, various sharing capabilities, meeting recordings, advanced users management, and file sharing and transferring, it is a great tool that will help you organize and present your content in the most efficient manner while capturing audience with rich and engaging presentations.
In this article, you will master all functionalities on how to edit different settings for already existing meetings.
In this article we will cover the following topics:
- The Meeting information page
- The Managing Edit information page
- The Managing Edit participants page
This article by Julien Bayle, the author of C programming for Arduino, teaches some tips and techniques we can use with the Max 6 graphical programming framework. We will completely describe the use of the Serial object and how to parse and select data coming from Arduino to the computer. We will design a small sound-level meter using both real LEDs and Max 6 and finish by designing a Pitch shift sound effect controlled by our own hand and a distance sensor.
In this article, we will learn how to send data to Arduino from Max 6. We will also describe how we can handle and parse the data being received from Arduino. Arduino adds a lot of features to your Max 6 programs. Indeed, it provides a way to plug Max 6 into the real physical world. Through two examples, we are going to understand a nice way of working with Arduino, the computer and most advanced programming framework ever.Read Playing with Max 6 Framework in full
In this article by Matt Brasier and Nicholas Wright, the authors of this book Oracle SOA Suite 11g Performance Tuning Cookbook, we will look at the ways in which you can design your application for high performance.The topics that will be covered are:
- Using BPEL process parallelization
- Using non-blocking service invocations in BPEL flows
- Turning off payload validation and composite state monitoring
- Designing BPEL processes to reduce persistence
- Using parallel routing rules
- Setting HTTP timeouts for external HTTP services
- Tuning BPEL adapter properties
In this article, by Brenton J.W. Blawat, the author of "Instant Windows PowerShell 3.0 Windows Management Instrumentation Starter, we learn how PowerShell 3.0 utilizes Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI).Read So, what is PowerShell 3.0 WMI? in full
This article by Matthias Marschall author of Chef Infrastructure Automation Cookbook helps you to get started with Chef. It explains some key concepts such as cookbooks, roles, and environments and shows you how to use some basic tools such as Git, Knife, Chef Shell, Vagrant, and Berkshelf.
"What made Manhattan Manhattan was the underground infrastructure, that engineering marvel." - Andrew Cuomo
This article will cover the basics of Chef, including common terminology, workflow practices, and various tools surrounding Chef. We will explore version control using Git, walk through working with community cookbooks, and running those cookbooks on your own servers to configure them the way you need them.Read Chef Infrastructure in full
In this article by Gary Judge, the author of Instant BlueStacks, will learn the basics of BlueStacks App Player, learn how to synchronize the apps using Cloud Connect, and discover some tips and tricks for using these tools.Read Introduction to BlueStacks in full
The article, using indexes to manipulate objects in pandas, covers the important aspects of pandas. This article by Trent Hauck, author of the book Instant Data Intensive Apps with pandas How-to , gives an idea of about the importance of indexes in pandas.
Indexes are not advanced because they're difficult, but if we want to be an expert with pandas it is important that we use them well. We will discuss hierarchical indexes in the following There's more... section.Read Using indexes to manipulate pandas objects in full
The purpose of this article by Kyle Taylor, author of Instant jQuery Masonry How-to, is to give you an instant understanding of how jQuery Masonry works and how to implement it in general scenarios.
Masonry works by arranging elements in a grid-based structure. By using a grid, Masonry tiles will flow and get stacked in a very neat and organized manner, which will give us the brick-like appearance we want to achieve. In this article, we will learn how to set up Masonry, at the very minimum, for a single-column system.Read Setting up a single-width column system (Simple) in full
In this article by Maxwell Shinn, the author of Instant MuseScore, we will learn how to enter notes and rhythms into our score, copy and paste measures, how to create chord symbols, and how to change the beaming patterns to enhance the readability of our score.Read Learning MuseScore in full
In this article by Hans-Jürgen Schönig and Zoltan Böszörmenyi, authors of PostgreSQL Replication, we will cover the following:
- Understanding the concepts behind PITR
- Configuring PostreSQL for PITR
- Running pg_basebackup
- Recovering PostgreSQL to a certain point in time
In this article by Andrew Duckworth, Steve Beaumont, and Baumgarten Andreas, authors of Microsoft System Center Orchestrator 2012 Cookbook, we will cover the following recipes:
- Planning the Orchestrator deployment
- Installing a single-server deployment
- Installing the Management Server in a multiserver deployment
In this article, created by David Gouveia, the author of Getting Started with C++ Audio Programming for Game Development, we will perform two of the most fundamental operations in audio programming—loading and playing audio files. This might not seem like much, but it is already enough to get us started adding audio into our games.
There are many different audio libraries available these days, such as DirectSound, Core Audio, PortAudio, OpenAL, FMOD, or Wwise. Some are available only on certain platforms, while others work almost everywhere. Some are very low-level, providing little more than a bridge between the user and the sound card driver, while others provide high-level features such as 3D sound or interactive music.
For this article, we will be using FMOD, a cross-platform audio middleware developed by Firelight Technologies that is extremely powerful, yet easy-to-use. However, you should try to focus more on the concepts covered, instead of the API, because understanding them will allow you to adapt to other libraries more easily, since a lot of this knowledge is interchangeable.
For starters, we will learn how to install FMOD, how to initialize and update the audio system, and how to get it to play an audio file. At the end of the chapter, we will work through the creation of a very simple audio manager class, which encapsulates all of these tasks behind a minimalistic interface.Read Audio Playback in full
In this article by Sagar Ganatra, the author of the book Instant Kendo UI Mobile, explains about how to create a sample application.Read Creating a sample application (Simple) in full
In this article by Gohar Ahmed, the author of Implementing Citrix XenServer Quickstarter we will learn about XenConvert.
Citrix XenConvert is a tool to convert physical machines to virtual machines; that is, a Physical-to-Virtual (P2V) conversion tool. It converts a Windows-based workload from a server or desktop machine to a virtual machine in a XenServer, virtual appliance, virtual disk, or virtual disk connected to Provisioning Services.
A conversion involves copying the contents of the workload and configuring its operating systems for XenServer. So, the workload can be applications and data besides the base Windows operating system. XenConvert can convert from a single server or desktop (physical machine) running Windows to a provisioned virtual disk or VHD that Provisioning Services can import.
A good scenario would be converting a physical Windows server with all the applications hosted in it to a virtual machine for pre-staging, so that the hosted applications' behavior can be tested after adjustments. This can be the operating system upgrade or application updates/upgrades.Read Introduction to XenConvert in full