Hardly any standard business management application can fit the needs of a business out of the box. Either the customer must shape their processes to match the system, or the consultant must shape the system to match the processes. Usually, the latter prevails. This article will explain the process of modifying the system without programming and describe the tools we have at our disposal to do it.
In this article by David Roys and Vjekoslav Babić you will learn:
- How a non-programmer can develop killer applications
- How to customize data model, user interface, and reporting components
- What kind of changes can be made without breaking the whole thing
- And a few tricks from old dogs that got new bones ahead of everybody else
In this two-part tutorial by Jonathan Williamson, we are going to look at how to model a character head in Blender. Along with basic modeling tools we will also focus heavily on good topology and how to create a clean mesh that will deform well during animation. This tutorial will take you through the whole process from setting up a background image as a reference, to laying out the topology, to tweaking the final model proportions and mesh structure.Read Character Head Modeling in Blender: Part 1 in full
In this article by Michael W. Picher, we will learn all about gateways in sipXecs 4.0. We will discuss how to add gateways which will include managed gateways and unmanaged gateways. Managed gateways will include PSTN Lines, Caller ID, Dial Plan, SIP, Voice Codecs, Proxy and Registration, DTMF & Dialing, Advanced Parameters, Supplementary Services, FXO, Network, Media, RTP/RTPC and Management. Unmanaged gateways will cover Add gateway, Caller ID and Dial Plan. We will also learn about SIP Trunks towards the end of the discussion.Read Gateways in sipXecs 4.0: Part 1 in full