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Working with XML in Flex 3 and Java-part1

by Satish Kore | June 2009 | Java Open Source

In this two-part article series by Satish Kore, you will learn how to work with XML data using Flex's E4X approach. In the first part of this article series i.e. this article, we will start with the basics and move ahead to understand E4X completely. In the second part of this article series, we will learn about loading external XML documents, and also look at an example illustrating the explained concepts.

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Working with XML Documents in PHP jQuery

by Vijay Joshi | December 2010 | Open Source PHP

In this article, by Vijay Joshi, author of PHP jQuery Cookbook, we will cover:

  • Loading XML from files and strings using SimpleXML
  • Accessing elements and attributes using SimpleXML
  • Searching elements using XPath
  • Reading an XML using DOM extension
  • Creating an XML using DOM extension
  • Modifying an XML using DOM extension
  • Parsing XML with jQuery
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Working with Windows Phone Controls

by Lohith G.N. | June 2013 | Enterprise Articles Microsoft

Silverlight runtime for Windows Phone provides a variety of controls as part of the framework itself. This article by Lohith G.N., author of Windows Phone 7.5 Application Development with F#, is all about getting to know the controls supported by the framework and understanding how to work with those controls. We will go through each control, understand its usage, and finally learn how to write code to work with those controls.

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Working with Windows Phone Controls

by Lohith G.N. | June 2013 | Enterprise Articles Microsoft

Silverlight runtime for Windows Phone provides a variety of controls as part of the framework itself. This article by Lohith G.N., author of Windows Phone 7.5 Application Development with F#, is all about getting to know the controls supported by the framework and understanding how to work with those controls. We will go through each control, understand its usage, and finally learn how to write code to work with those controls.

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Working with Value Extractors and Simplifying Queries in Oracle Coherence 3.5

by Aleksandar Seovic Mark Falco Patrick Peralta | April 2010 | Oracle

Usually you can access data in the Coherence cache using identity-based operations, such as get and put. In many cases this will be exactly what you need, but there will also be many other situations where you either won't know an object's identity or you will simply need to look up one or more objects based on attributes other than the identity.

In this article by Aleksandar Seovic, Mark Falco and Patrick Peralta, authors of Oracle Coherence 3.5, we will cover:

  • Built-in filters for querying the Data Grid
  • Implementing a custom value extractor
  • Implementing a FilterBuilder class that will allow us to define the queries in a simpler way
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Working with User Defined Values in SAP Business One

by Gordon Du | June 2011 | Enterprise Articles SAP

The User-Defined Values function enables SAP Business One users to enter values, originated by a predefined search process, for any field in the system (including user-defined fields). This function enables the user to enter data more efficiently and – perhaps most importantly – more accurately. In fact, the concept is sort of a "Workflow Light" implementation. It can both save user time and reduce data double entries.

In this article by Gordon Du, author of Mastering SQL Queries for SAP Business One, we will see how to work with User-Defined Values.

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Working with Tooltips

by Alex Libby | December 2013 | Open Source Web Development

In this article by Alex Libby, the author of jQuery UI 1.10: The User Interface Library for jQuery, we will looked at how, with just a little underlying HTML and a single line of jQuery-flavored JavaScript, we can implement the default tooltip widget.

Introduced as a part of the HTML 3 standard, and using the title attribute as its text, tooltips are a common element used to provide context within a page. You could find them in use in a variety of situations, although it is most likely that they will be found when providing assistance in correcting errors as part of the submission of a form (particularly when it concerns payment for products!).

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Working with Time

by Sherry Li | September 2013 | Cookbooks Enterprise Articles

In this article by Sherry Li, author of MDX with Microsoft SQL Server 2012 Analysis Services Cookbook we will cover:

  • Calculating the YTD (Year-To-Date) value
  • Calculating the YoY (Year-over-Year) growth (parallel periods)
  • Calculating moving averages
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Working with the sharing plugin

by Kerri Shotts | May 2014 | Open Source

In this article, by Kerri Shotts, author of PhoneGap 3.x Mobile Application Development Hotshot we will learn that if your app has built-in content or your user can create their own content, most of the other apps would benefit from the sharing of that content with social networks.

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Working with the Report Builder in Microsoft SQL Server 2008: Part 2

by Jayaram Krishnaswamy | April 2009 | .NET Microsoft

In the previous part of the article, we had a look at the Report Builder overview and described the Report Builder 2.0 interface. In this part by Jayaram Krishnaswamy, we will discuss about Enabling and reviewing My Reports, and will see how to Modify a basic report.

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Working with the Report Builder in Microsoft SQL Server 2008: Part 1

by Jayaram Krishnaswamy | March 2009 | .NET Microsoft

Report Builder 2.0 is feature-rich reporting tool with the latest Microsoft Office look and feel. In this two part article by Jayaram Krishnaswamy, we will see how the Report Builder 2.0 provides an extremely flexible GUI with user friendly wizards for creating the Tablix data regions, a versatile construct that includes tables, matrix, and charts and gauges. Report Builder 2.0 supports server resources such as shared Data Sources, works with SQL Server Data Sources and many third party products, and can directly open and edit server hosted reports. Report Builder together with Report Manager provides powerful support for building and managing a bewildering array of report types.

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Working with the Basic Components That Make Up a Three.js Scene

by Jos Dirksen | October 2013 | RAW Open Source Web Development

In this article by Jos Dirksen, the author of Learning Three.js: The JavaScript 3D Library for WebGL, we'll dive a bit deeper into the Three.js library and explain the basic components that make up a Three.js scene. In this article we'll explore the following topics:

  • Which components are used in a Three.js scene
  • What you can do with the THREE.Scene() object
  • How geometries and meshes are related
  • The difference between the orthographic camera and the perspective camera

We will start by looking at how you can create a scene and add objects.

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Working with Templates in Apache Roller 4.0

by | December 2009 | Beginner's Guides Content Management Java Open Source

This three part article series by Alfonso V. Romero, teaches you how to create and edit your first template in Roller, along with some basics about the Velocity template language, and how to create your first Roller theme from scratch. You'll also learn about Roller's model and data objects, and how to use these objects' properties, methods, and macros in a custom template to show data from your weblog.

Basically, in this article series you shall:

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Working with Simple Associations using CakePHP

by Ahsanul Bari Anupom Syam | December 2008 | MySQL Open Source PHP

Database relationship is hard to maintain even for a mid-sized PHP/MySQL application, particularly, when multiple levels of relationships are involved because complicated SQL queries are needed. CakePHP offers a simple yet powerful feature called 'object relational mapping' or ORM to handle database relationships with ease.In CakePHP, relations between the database tables are defined through association—a way to represent the database table relationship inside CakePHP. Once the associations are defined in models according to the table relationships, we are ready to use its wonderful functionalities. Using CakePHP's ORM, we can save, retrieve, and delete related data into and from different database tables with simplicity, in a better way—no need to write complex SQL queries with multiple JOINs anymore!
In this article by Ahsanul Bari and Anupom Syam, we will have a deep look at various types of associations and their uses. In particular, the purpose of this article is to learn:

  • How to figure out association types from database table relations
  • How to define different types of associations in CakePHP models
  • How to utilize the association for fetching related model data
  • How to relate associated data while saving
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Working with SBS Services as a User: Part 2

by David Overton | April 2009 | .NET Microsoft

In the previous part of the article by David Overton, we discussed E-mail, Calendar, and Contact functionality of SBS 2008. In this part, we will discuss File Management and Remote access to the server, network, and services functionality provided by SBS 2008.

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Working with SBS Services as a User: Part 1

by David Overton | April 2009 | .NET Microsoft

Your SBS 2008 server, network, computers, and users will now be configured for use. However, to get the business benefit, you will need to embed the use of the services and facilities into the user's psyche to enable them to benefit from it and use it.

In this two part article by David Overton, we will cover the following areas:

  • E-mail, Calendar, and Contacts
  • File Management
  • Remote access to the server, network, and services

In this part, we will discuss E-mail, Calendar, and Contact functionality of SBS 2008.

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Working with Revision Logs in TortoiseSVN

by Lesley Harrison | January 2011 | Beginner's Guides Open Source

TortoiseSVN is a popular and easy-to-use Subversion client for Microsoft Windows. It is a Windows Shell extension, and is not limited to any particular IDE. TortoiseSVN is a free software which has been released under the GNU General Public License.

In this article by Lesley Harrison, author of TortoiseSVN 1.7, we shall learn about differences and changelists in TortoiseSVN 1.7

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Working with remote data

by James R. Lamar | August 2013 | Java Web Development

This article created by James R. Lamar, the author of Instant Kendo UI Grid, demonstrates how to work with remote data such as cross-domain JSONP.

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Working with Rails – Setting up and connecting to a database

by Elliot Smith Rob Nichols | November 2007 | Open Source

The first thing to grasp is that Rails is often referred to as opinionated software (see http://www.oreillynet.com/pub/a/network/2005/08/30/ruby-rails-david-heinemeier-hansson.html. It encapsulates an approach to web application development centered on good practice, emphasizing automation of common tasks and minimization of effort. Rails helps developers make good choices, and even removes the need to make choices where they are just distractions.

In this article, authors Elliot Smith and Rob Nichols explain the setup of a new Rails application and how to integrate it with other data sources.

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Working with Rails – ActiveRecord, Migrations, Models, Scaffolding, and Database Completion

by Elliot Smith Rob Nichols | November 2007 | Open Source

In the previous article, we covered setting up a new Rails application and connecting it to a database. In this article, we take this a little further and deal with ActiveRecord, Migrations, Models, the Scaffold, and demonstrate how to complete the Database with the required tables using migrations

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