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Setting up MSMQ on your Mobile and Writing MSMQ Application with .NET Compact Framework 3.5

by Edmund Tan | April 2010 | .NET

In this article by Edmund Tan, author of .NET Compact Framework 3.5 Data Driven Applications, we will discuss about the following:

  • Setting up Microsoft Messaging QueueService(MSMQ) on your mobile device
  • Writing your first MSMQ application
  • Setting up MSMQ on your server
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Service Oriented JBI: Invoking External Web Services from ServiceMix

by Binildas A. Christudas | April 2010 | .NET BPEL Microsoft SOA Web Services

In this article by Binildas C. A., author of Service Oriented Java Business Integration, we will cover practical use of JBI Proxy—to proxy external web services in the JBI bus.

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Blender 2.49 Scripting: Shape Keys, IPOs, and Poses

by Michel J. Anders | April 2010 | Open Source

The Blender API provides us with the means to define IPOs from scratch, enabling the definition of movements not easily re-created by setting key frames by hand. Thus there is more to IPOs than just driving one IPO by another one. Furthermore, Shape keys and poses are examples of (collections of) IPOs that are quite different from, for example, a location IPO. We will encounter both shape keys and poses later on in this article, but we will start off with looking at how we might define an IPO from scratch.

In this article by Michel Anders, author of Blender 2.49 Scripting, you will learn how to:

  • Define IPOs
  • Define shape keys on a mesh
  • Define IPOs for those shape keys
  • Pose armatures
  • Group changes in poses into actions

(Other related articles on Blender 2.49 Scripting are listed at the end of this page.)

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Django Debugging Overview

by Karen M. Tracey | April 2010 | Content Management Open Source Web Development

This article by Karen M. Tracey, author of the book Django 1.1 Testing and Debugging, introduces Django's debugging support. Specifically, this article will:

  • List the Django settings that control the collection and presentation of debugging information, and briefly describe the effects of enabling debug
  • Illustrate the results of running with debug enabled in the case of serious code failure
  • Describe the database query history that is collected with debug enabled, and show how to access it
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Walkthrough Tools within SketchUp 7.1

by Robin de Jongh | April 2010 | Architecture & Analysis Beginner's Guides Web Graphics & Video

In this article by Robin de Jongh, author of SketchUp 7.1 for Architectural Visualization: Beginner's Guide, we will cover:

  • What to include in your animation
  • How to create a simple walkthrough in SketchUp
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