In this article by Afshin Mehrabani, author of the book Getting started with CreateJS, we are going to talk about and use the Animation and Transforming function of CreateJS. In this article, we use TweenJS and EaselJS to create basic animation in browsers.
You can then use these functions to create more innovative animations.
In this article, we will cover the following topics:
- Creating animations with CreateJS
- Understanding TweenJS
- Understanding the TweenJS API
- Creating simple animations
- Transforming shapes
This article by Eric Pimpler the author of the book Building Web and Mobile ArcGIS Server Applications has described the reader how to display temporary points, lines, and polygons in GraphicsLayer on the map. GraphicsLayer is a separate layer that always resides on top of other layers and stores all the graphics associated with the map.Read Adding Graphics to the Map in full
In this article by Sten Vesterli, author of Oracle ADF Enterprise Application Development – Made Simple, Second Edition, explains how to use the powerful skin editor available in JDeveloper 11g Release 2 and later versions to create Cascading Style Sheets to create a new skin, which corresponds to your enterprise visual identity, for your application.Read Changing the Appearance in full
This article by Lauren Malhoit, author of the book VMware vCenter Operations Manager Essentials, provides a quick overview of how vCenter Operations (vC Ops from here on) is able to learn our environment and gives us many benefits for both troubleshooting and capacity planning.
In this article, we'll cover:
- What is vCenter Operations Manager (vC Ops)?
- Benefits of troubleshooting with vC Ops
- Benefits of capacity planning with vC Ops
- Feature comparison of different versions
- What is vCenter Operations Manager Suite?
- Licensing versions
- Using vC Ops with other solutions
This article by Robert van den Nieuwendijk, the author of Learning PowerCLI, gives you a brief introduction on managing virtual networks with PowerCLI. VMware vSphere provides two types of virtual switches that you can use to configure the networks: vSphere Standard Switches and vSphere Distributed Switches. The vSphere Standard Switches are specific for an ESXi server host. The vSphere Distributed Switches are created and centrally managed on a vCenter Server and are copied to every host that uses this vSphere Distributed Switch.Read Introduction to vSphere Distributed switches in full