In this article by Frank LaVigne, author of Microsoft Silverlight 4 Business Application Development, we shall create a navigation widget in Silverlight to add to the current website.Read Navigation Widgets and Styles in Microsoft Silverlight 4 in full
In this article by Rihards Olups, author of Zabbix 1.8 Network Monitoring, we will learn about the following:
- Installing Zabbix agent for Windows
- Querying performance counters
- Using numeric references to performance counters
- Using aliases for performance counters
- Monitoring Windows services
While starting a discussion about Oracle Discoverer, it would be interesting to say that the name actually stands for more than one tool. Discoverer Plus, Discoverer Portlet Provider, Discoverer Administrator, and Discoverer Viewer – all of these belong to the Oracle Discoverer group. You might be wondering what these components have in common and what purpose they serve. The answer is, all of them are integrated to work together as a complete Business Intelligence solution.
In this article by Yuli Vasiliev, you will look at:
- Where to get the software containing Oracle Discoverer
- What components are included in the installation packages
- How to install Oracle Discoverer components
- First steps to take in exploring Oracle Discoverer
We will cover the following in this article by Binildas A. Christudas, author of Service Oriented Java Business Integration:
- Proxy design pattern in general
- Proxy support in Java SDK with examples
- ServiceMix JBI Proxy
- A few samples of defining and exposing proxies to services in the JBI bus
In this article series by Ian Lackey and Michael Washington, we will be exploring the core functionality of the DotNetNuke architecture. We will be using the Source Code version of DotNetNuke 5.2.2 that can be downloaded from the DotNetNuke CodePlex site. We will start with an overview of the architecture, touching on key concepts employed by DotNetNuke. After this, we will examine some of the major sections that make up the framework. Finally, after we learn about the objects that make up the core, we will follow a request for a page through this process to find out how each page is dynamically created.Read Understanding the DotNetNuke Core Architecture- An Extension in full
In order to be ready to architect maintainable, reusable, service-oriented applications, we need to become intimately familiar with standard patterns and always keep key principles in mind so as to truly build long-lasting SOA solutions. In this article by Richard Seroter, author of SOA Patterns with BizTalk Server 2009, you will learn:
- The definition of a service
- The core principles of a service-oriented architecture
- How the service-orientation principles apply to a BizTalk Server solution
In the previous article we discussed the key principles of SOA. In this article by Richard Seroter, author of SOA Patterns with BizTalk Server 2009, we will proceed further with the discussion on proper planning of a service oriented solution and cover:
- Which types of services can be exposed
- The standard message exchange patterns for services
In this article series by Ian Lackey and Michael Washington, we will be exploring the core functionality of the DotNetNuke architecture. We will be using the Source Code version of DotNetNuke 5.2.2 that can be downloaded from the DotNetNuke CodePlex site. We will start with an overview of the architecture, touching on key concepts employed by DotNetNuke. After this, we will examine some of the major sections that make up the framework. Finally, after we learn about the objects that make up the core, we will follow a request for a page through this process to find out how each page is dynamically created.Read Understanding the DotNetNuke Core Architecture in full
In this article by Chandan Luthra and Deepak Mittal, authors of Firebug 1.5: Editing, Debugging, and Monitoring Web Pages, you will be introduced to Firebug, its origin and history, who should use Firebug, and a glimpse of Firebug's main features, hoping that this will spark your interest in Firebug.
In this article, we will look at the following:
- What is Firebug
- The history of Firebug
- The need for Firebug
- The capabilities of Firebug
- Installing Firebug on different browsers
- Opening and closing Firebug
- Firebug modes
In this two-part article by J. Ayen Green, author of Drupal 6 Attachment Views, you will learn the following:
- How to configure Drupal's Contact system
- What the default Contact system does (and does not do)
- How to add just a little pizazz to a page with an Attachment view and a module
- How to add the Contact form to a view
- The first steps you need to take with Drupal's module architecture and hook mechanism
- How to modify the Contact form via a custom module
- How to use an add-on module to make the Contact form available in a view
- How to create an Attachment view
This article series by Spencer Harbar, Lim Mei Ying, and Stefan Gobner, authors of Enhancing Microsoft Content Management Server with ASP.NET 2.0, delves into the integration of key ASP.NET 2.0 features such as Master Pages, Site Navigation, Themes and Skins, and the Membership Provider Model with Microsoft Content Management Server 2002 (MCMS) Service Pack 2. Each article builds upon the last, walking through these new features available to MCMS developers and building a sample site.
In this article series, we will cover:
- Installation And Configuration of Microsoft Content Management Server (see below)
- Getting Started with the Development Environment
- Using Master Pages
- Navigation Controls
- Applying Themes
- Authentication Controls and Membership Providers
- How-Tos, Tips, and Tricks
In this article by Alfonso Romero, you will learn how to add your friends timeline to the custom SwingAndTweet application.
Basically, you’ll learn how to:
- Add a Tabbed Pane component to your SwingAndTweet application, so you can show your own timeline on one tab and your friends’ timeline on another tab.
- Use a JScrollPane component to add vertical and horizontal scrollbars to your friends’ timeline list.
- Use the getFriendsTimeline() method from the Twitter4J API to get the 20 most recent tweets from your friends’ timeline.
- Apply font styles to your JLabel components via the Font class
- Add a black border to separate each individual tweet by using the BorderFactory and Color classes.
- Add the date and time of creation of each individual tweet by using the getCreatedAt() method from the twitter4j.Status interface, along with the Date class.
In the previous article we saw how to replace the default Drupal theme by installing a ready-made theme, free or commercial, and use it as is. In this article by George Papadongonas and Yiannis Doxaras, authors of Drupal E-commerce with Ubercart 2.x, we will learn learn how to customize your frontend, to get the look and feel of your site to match your corporate visual identity. You will learn to use your company logo and colors to create a familiar and friendly environment for your visitors.Read Drupal and Ubercart 2.x: Customizing a theme in full