In this article by Tom Gross, we will discuss how to install, configure, and use the Red5 Flash server for streaming the protected videos managed by Plone on demand.Read Red5: A video-on-demand Flash Server in full
Our knowledgebase plugin adds extra content to Redmine projects in the form of categories and articles. These new content areas may contain sensitive information, which we would want to restrict certain users from accessing.
As there are different levels of users in Redmine for issue reporting and management, it is only natural that we would want to restrict access to the content in our knowledgebase plugin in a similar fashion.
In this article, written by Alex Bevilacqua the author of Redmine Plugin Extension and Development, you will be introduced to Redmine's permission system. You will learn how you can take advantage of it to restrict access to content areas within our plugin.
We will cover the following topics in this article:
- Summarizing Redmine's permissions system
- Declaring custom permissions
- Ensuring access restrictions in models, views, and controllers
- Understanding custom content access control
Regression is a technique used to predict a value of a numerical class, in contrast to classification, which predicts the value of a nominal class. Given a set of attributes, the regression builds a model, usually an equation that is used to compute the predicted class value. In this article by Boštjan Kaluža, the author of Instant Weka How-to, you will learn about the regression models in Weka.Read Regression models in Weka in full
In this article, by Jeff McNeil, author of Python 2.6 Text Processing Beginner's Guide, we'll look at the following aspects of regular expression usage.
- Basic syntax and special characters. How do you build a regular expression and what should you expect it to match with?
- More advanced processing. Grouping results and performing conditional matches via look-ahead and look-behind assertions. What makes an expression greedy?
- Python's implementation. Elements such as matches versus searches, and regular expression compilation and its effect on processing.
- What happens when we attempt to use regular expressions to process internationalized (non-ASCII) text or look at multiline data?
This article by Stacia Viscardi, author of The Professional ScrumMaster's Handbook, will help you help your product owner prepare the product backlog for various planning uses, while we focus on release planning specifically at this point. This article provides you with preparation and facilitation tips to have you up and running a release planning session in no time.Read Release Planning – Tuning Product Development in full
We need to migrate our site to a remote server, in order to make our site live for further development. This is absolutely important because we intend to integrate our site with existing social networking sites such as Facebook and Twitter, and this cannot be done in a local environment. Those of us wanting to continue development locally can continue to do so, especially if we do not have a registered domain name and hosting account. We can use the backup process in this article to migrate our site when we are ready to go live.
In this article,by Beatrice A. Boateng and Kwasi Boateng, author of Joomla! Social Networking with JomSocial we will learn how to:
- Migrate the site from a local machine to a remote server by:
- Backing up the local site using a Joomla! backup system called Akeeba Backup (formerly known as JoomlaPack)
- Creating a live website from the backup
- Sign up for an account
- Manage user profiles by:
- Editing user profiles
- Changing profile pictures
- Setting profile privacy
- Adding applications and privacy settings for applications
- Delete a profile
This article by Ronald Rood will be of a great help in setting up remote external jobs introduced in Oracle 11g. This article also answers questions like how is this related to the old-fashioned local external jobs that we know since Oracle 10g and why we should get rid of the old external jobs.Read Remote Job Agent in Oracle 11g Database with Oracle Scheduler in full
Mobile web testing is currently a really time consuming and cumbersome process as there are no direct debugging tools available with mobile web browsers. Since mobile devices vary so much it is important to ensure that your web page looks as intended across the multiple mobile devices that you are targeting for your audience. Adobe Edge Inspect is a perfect tool for frontend web developers and designers who are developing for mobile devices, allowing them to simultaneously test on numerous devices in real time as they develop without learning anything new.
In this article by Joseph Khan, author of Instant Adobe Edge Inspect Starter, we will talk on the most important feature of Adobe Edge Inspect, that is, how we can remotely preview, inspect, and debug a mobile web page. So let's get started.Read Remotely Preview and test mobile web pages on actual devices with Adobe Edge Inspect in full
In this article, we are going to do lots of modifications to our site, but some things have to be taken into account before making these changes.Read Removing Unnecessary jQuery Loads in full
In this article by Dan Osipov, author of TYPO3 4.3 Multimedia Cookbook, we will cover:
- Rendering images using content elements
- Embedding images in RTE
- Rendering images using TypoScript
- Rendering links to files using the
- Creating a gallery using ce_gallery
- Rendering metadata from a DAM object
This article by Andrew Schwabe will discuss how to setup the basic structure for a website using CFML (ColdFusion Markup Language), and adding in the capability to render any page as a PDF dynamically using Railo open source.Read Rendering web pages to PDF using Railo Open Source in full
We can use the Replication Alert Monitor (RAM) to monitor the state of our replication environment. The Replication Alert Monitor is a program, which comes bundled with the replication code which checks the status of various replication objects and reports on these.
In this article by Pav Kumar-Chatterjee, author of IBM InfoSphere Replication Server and Data Event Publisher, we will cover the following:
- Checking which monitors are active
- Changing or reinitializing a monitor
- Stopping a monitor
- Suspending or resuming a monitor
In this article, by Daniel Schneller & Udo Schwedt, author of MySQL Admin Cookbook, we will discuss:
- Setting up automatically updated slaves of a server based on a SQL dump
- Setting up automatically updated slaves of a selection of tables based on a SQL dump
- Setting up automatically updated slaves using data file copy
- Sharing read load across multiple machines
In this article by Ahmed Lashin and Abhishek Sanghani, authors of the book IBM Cognos 10 Report Studio Cookbook Second Edition, talks about the basic concepts of authoring reports in IBM Cognos Report Studio.
In this article, we will cover the following:
- Summary filters and detail filters
- Sorting grouped values
- Aggregation and rollup aggregation
- Implementing if-then-else in filters
- Formatting data – dates, numbers, and percentages
- Creating sections
- Hiding columns in crosstabs
- Prompts – display value versus use value
In this article David Studebaker, we will review the components that make up reports. We'll look in detail at the triggers, properties, and controls that are part of NAV reports. We will study the Report Designer tools that are a combination of pure NAV (the C/SIDE Report Designer) and the Visual Studio Report Designer that is tightly integrated into NAV 2009. We'll create some reports with the Report Designer tools. We'll also modify a report or two using the Report Designer. We'll examine the data flow of a standard report and the concept of reports used for processing only (with no printed or displayed output).Read Report components in NAV 2009: Part 1 in full
The 2010 Open Source CMS Market Share Report Identifies Top 20 Systems
Bali, Indonesia – water&stone has released the 2010 Open Source CMS Market Share Report. PHP-based systems WordPress, Joomla! and Drupal continue to dominate the web content management space. But, while the Big Three remain unchanged from last year, the Report concludes that WordPress has re-taken the lead overall.Read Report Finds WordPress Leading the Web CMS Market in full