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
This article is written by Jonathan Peppers, the author of Xamarin Cross-platform Application Development. Xamarin technologies are used to develop real-world applications for iOS and Android. This article explains the concept of a cross-platform sample application that we can build using Xamarin Studio.
The best way to truly learn a programming skill, in our opinion, is to take on a simple project that requires you to exercise that skill. This gives new developers a project where they can focus on the concepts they are trying to learn without the overhead of fixing bugs or following customer requirements. To increase our understanding of Xamarin Studio and cross-platform development, let's develop a simple app called XamChat for iOS and Android.
In this article, we will cover the following topics:
- Our sample application concept
- The Model layer of our application
- Mocking a web service
- The ViewModel layer of our application
This article by Piotr J. Kula, author of the book Raspberry Pi Server Essentials, will illustrate the concept of cryptographic currencies, and we will try and understand what Bitcoin is. We will set up a wallet and learn how to send and receive coins.
In this article, we will cover the following topics:
- Installing Bitcoind
- Bitcoin wallet
- Creating a Bitcoin address
- Mining for Bitcoins
- Mining with ASICMiner
Citrix Provisioning Services is designed to connect to administrative roles within a Citrix Provisioning Services farm. A Citrix Provisioning Services administrator role is to govern the components an administrator can manage or view in the Citrix Provisioning Console. There are several components that make up a Citrix Provisioning Services farm that are explained in this article by Puthiyavan Udayakumar, author of Getting Started with Citrix®Provisioning Services 7.0, along with system requirements for running the software.Read Understanding Citrix®Provisioning Services 7.0 in full
In this article by Éric Bréhault, the author of Instant Testing with CasperJS, we will learn how to test our use case with CasperJS and how timing is everything.Read Good time management in CasperJS tests in full
In this article by Paolo Corti, Thomas J Kraft, Stephen Vincent Mather, and Bborie Park, authors of PostGIS Cookbook, you will learn how to make use of KNN filters to increase the performance of proximity queries.
PostGIS Cookbook uses a problem-solving approach to help you acquire a solid understanding of PostGIS. Hopefully, this book provides answers to some common spatial questions and gives you the inspiration and confidence to use and enhance PostGIS in finding solutions to challenging spatial problems.Read Improving proximity filtering with KNN in full
This article written by Chandru Shankar, Vincent Bellefroid, and Nilesh Thakkar, the authors of the book Customer Success with Microsoft Dynamics Sure Step discusses the activities and covers in detail the Decision Accelerator Offerings that help to accelerate the sales cycles and bring them to a close while also helping the customer with their due diligence process.Read Diagnostic leveraging of the Accelerated POC with the CRM Online service in full
In this article by Hersey Cartwright, author of VMware vSphere 5.x Datacenter Design Cookbook, we will cover the following topics:
- Creating the architecture design document
- Writing an implementation plan
- Developing an installation guide
- Creating a validation test plan
- Writing operational procedures
- Presenting the design
- Implementing the design
In this article by Esther Barthel MSc, the author of book Citrix® XenApp® 6.5 Expert Cookbook, we will cover the following topics:
- Creating a XenApp Computer or User policy
- Adding filters to a policy
- Comparing XenApp policies and templates
- Simulating connection scenarios with Citrix® policies
- Configuring policy priorities and exceptions
In this article by John Chapman, author of the book SharePoint 2013 WCM Advanced Cookbook, we will cover packaging out-of-the-box branding elements and targeting the branding for specific devices. We will cover the following recipes:
- Creating a device channel for mobile devices
- Applying a master page to a device channel
- Creating and exporting a design package
- Importing and applying a design package
- Importing a design package to all site collections with PowerShell
- Listing the device channel master pages
This article is written by Sanjay Sharma, the author of Cassandra Design Patterns. When Cassandra was first being developed, the initial developers had to take a design decision on whether to build a Dynamo-like or a Google BigTable-like system, and these clever guys decided to use the best of both worlds. Hence, the Cassandra architecture is loosely based on the foundations of peer-to-peer-based Dynamo architecture, with the data storage model based on Google BigTable.Read An overview of architecture and modeling in Cassandra in full
This article, by Matthew J. Hamm, the author of the book Wireframing Essentials, covers a brief introduction of research techniques that help us to obtain the information which is required to design applications and offer valuable services to the end users.Read Research Techniques in full