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
In this article by Jesse Boyer, author of the book, Instant jQuery UI Starter, will make your learning experience easy and fun by providing examples to build along with. You'll fully understand what the different libraries in UI do and how to use them. You'll also learn the pattern which allows you to customize any UI widget and interaction. You will quickly find yourself churning out UI code to create a better user experience!Read jQuery refresher in full
In this article by Jose Luis Latorre Millas, the author of the book Microsoft .NET Framework 4.5 Quickstart Cookbook, we will explore the top new features of the CLR. .NET 4.5 brings many beneﬁts, such as improvements in performance, compatibility, garbage collection, and new features in its structure to provide the overall scenarios it is targeted for, for example, Windows Store apps development.
In this article, we will cover:
- Creating a portable library
- Controlling the timeout in regular expressions
- Deﬁning the culture for an application domain
- Overriding the default reﬂection behavior
- Using the new ZipArchive class
- Understanding async and await in .NET 4.5
- Using the new asynchronous ﬁle I/O operations
In this article by Vaqar Hasan, author of the book Instant EdgeSight for XenApp, we will explore EdgeSight alerts and illustrate how to create alerts and define action when the defined alert condition is/are met.Read Defining alerts in full
In this article by Shumin Guo, the author of Hadoop Operations and Cluster Management Cookbook, we will cover:
- Managing the HDFS cluster
- Configuring SecondaryNameNode
- Managing the MapReduce cluster
This article, written by Ian Young, the author of the book CoffeeScript Application Development, will dive into CoffeeScript head first. We'll look at all the simple data types and control structures, and find out how CoffeeScript helps us deal with them more simply and expressively. We'll discover some neat tricks that save us keystrokes and reduce the likelihood of errors in our code. And we'll peek under the hood to see how some of the CoffeeScript magic is happening.
In this article, you can expect to:
- Learn CoffeeScript syntax for many common operations
- Learn how to use standard data types and control structures in CoffeeScript
In this article by Mahabubul Hasan Uzzal the author of Instant Zend Framework 2.0, we will learn what is Zend Framework and will also learn how to install it on Windows PC.Read Working with Zend Framework 2.0 in full
In this article by Jonathan Fielding, the author of Instant jQuery Boilerplate for Plugins, we will have a look at creating our first plugin that manipulates the shape of the div element. You will be familiarized with both with jQuery plugin development and the jQuery Boilerplate template.
Let us write our first plugin. For this recipe, we will look at how we can create a plugin that manipulates the shape of a div element.
This article by Tyler L. Longren, the author of WordPress Multisite Administration, will guide you in installing and configuring themes and plugins. We'll also go over how to create a custom author-listing directory.Read Customization in full