In this article by Sunil Gulabani, author of the book Developing RESTful Web Services with Jersey 2.0, we will learn about how to create a connection between the client/server and maintain the connection at the server's end. This is needed to push the data from the server to the client without any new request initiated by the client. This type of mechanism is basically used for applications such as chatting, stock market, or any real-time data-providing applications.Read RESTful Web Services – Server-Sent Events (SSE) in full
This article, by Dr. Claudio Scolastici and David Nolte, the authors of Mobile Game Design Essentials, explains the design process of a mobile game and delves into the specific difficulties related to designing games for today's smartphones, the specific fruition of mobile games, and the characteristics of the mobile market.Read Mobile Game Design in full
In this article by Gabriel Manricks, author of the book Instant Handlebars.js, we will learn how to create template. Let's start from the beginning. The purpose of using a templating engine such as Handlebars is to generate some kind of viewable content (usually HTML pages), dynamically. This encompasses a really broad range of uses, from e-mail newsletters, web apps, and really any other kind of output format around.
In this quick start, we will take a brief look at the process of creating a template with both placeholders and helper tags, and then how to run and output the contents to the page.Read Quick start – creating your first template in full
In this article by Ashish Bhargava, author of Designing and Implementing Test Automation Frameworks with QTP, we learn about DOM, QTP, and XPath. We see various terminologies and expressions used by XPath.Read DOM and QTP in full
This article by Justin M. Brant, the author of SolarWinds Server & Application Monitor: Deployment and Administration, covers enabling and configuring SNMP on Windows.Read Enabling and configuring SNMP on Windows in full