This article written by Rakhitha Nimesh Ratnayake, the author of the book WordPress Web Application Development, focuses on the extendable capabilities of themes while exploring the roles of the theme files for web applications.
WordPress powers its frontend with a concept called themes, which consist of a set of predefined template files to match the structure of the default website layouts. In contrast to web applications, a WordPress theme works in a unique way. Preparing a theme for web applications can be one of the more complicated tasks that is not discussed widely in the WordPress development community. Usually, web applications are associated with unique templates, which are entirely different from the default page-based nature of websites.Read Introduction to a WordPress application's frontend in full
This article by Damir Arh and Dejan Dakić, authors of NuGet 2 Essentials, takes a closer look at how NuGet plays along with source control systems. It ends with an introduction to the NuGet PowerShell console.Read Package Management in full
In this article by Prasenjit Sarkar, author of the book VMware vCloud Security, we will focus on creating access control policies based on logical constructs such as VMware vCenter Server containers and VMware vCloud Networking and Security Security Groups, but not just physical constructs such as IP addresses.Read Securing vCloud Using the vCloud Networking and Security App Firewall in full
In this article by Andrew Dennis, author of the book Raspberry Pi Super Cluster, the basics of clusters and parallel computing have been explained. The domain of parallel computing is an interesting one, but building a cluster for fun has often required the use of expensive or bulky off-the-shelf hardware, such as desktop PC's or implementing complex virtual machine setups.Read Clusters, Parallel Computing, and Raspberry Pi – A Brief Background in full