This article by Gustavo De La Vega Alvarez, the author of Instant PhoneGap, has discussed how to implement geolocation in our app, we will use the API that PhoneGap provides us as part of a bunch of methods to use through our app. To build this, we need to create a JS file called myplaces.js. Create the file once using a text editor program such as Sublime Text or Notepad. Then we will perform the following steps:Read Geolocation – using PhoneGap features to improve an app's functionality, write once use everywhere in full
In this article by Matt Palmer, author of Instant Redis Persistence, we'll step through a number of different scenarios, and how you can go about protecting against each one.
While securing your data isn't strictly a persistence topic, it is an important one to consider when planning your data storage strategy. If your stored data can be accessed improperly, you're in a whole world of pain.
A common complaint about Redis is that it has no means of controlling who has access to the Redis server—if you can connect to the Redis server, you've got the ability to fully access and manipulate the data stored in that server.Read Using Redis in a hostile environment (Advanced) in full
In this article written by Piero Giacomelli, the author of the book Apache Mahout Cookbook, we will implement the Naïve Bayes classifier for creating clusters and aggregating unstructured information in a manageable way.
We will cover the following recipes in this article:
- Using the Mahout text classifier to demonstrate the basic use case
- Using the Naïve Bayes classifier from code
- Using Complementary Naïve Bayes from the command line
- Coding the Complementary Naïve Bayes classifier
This article written by Usama Dar, the author of Nginx Module Extension, is a reference to the standard and optional HTTP modules, their synopsis, directives as well as practical configuration examples.
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This article, created by Farhan Ahmed Nadeem and Prasenjit Sarkar, the authors of Implementing Cisco UCS Solutions, introduces identity and resource pools which include UUID, MAC addresses, WWN, and server pools.
The list of topics that will be covered in the article is as follows:
- Understanding identity and resource pools
- Learning to create a UUID pool
- Learning to create a MAC pool
- Learning to create a WWNN pool
- Learning to create a WWPN pool
- Understanding the server pool
- Learning to create server pool membership and qualification policies
In this article by Jochen Nickel, author of Learning Microsoft Windows Server 2012 Dynamic Access Control, we will have a look at the Microsoft DAC 2012, which is an end-to-end file server solution. We will have a look at the main components of Dynamic Access Control (DAC) for better granular overview.Read Microsoft DAC 2012 in full