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The Sales and Purchase Process

In this article by Anju Bala , the author of the book  Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2016 Financial Management - Second Edition , we will see the sales and purchase process using Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2016 in detail. Sales and purchases are two essential business areas in all companies. In many organizations, the salesperson or the purchase department are the ones responsible for generating quotes and orders. People from the finance area are the ones in charge of finalizing the sales and purchase processes by issuing the documents that have an accountant reflection: invoices and credit memos. In the past, most systems required someone to translate all the transactions to accountancy language, so they needed a financer to do the job. In Dynamics NAV, anyone can issue an invoice, with zero accountant knowledge needed. But a lot of companies keep their old division of labor between departments. This is why we have decided to explain the sales and purchase processes in this book. This article explains how their workflows are managed in Dynamics NAV. In this article you will learn: What is Dynamics NAV and what it can offer to your company To define the master data needed to sell and purchase How to set up your pricing policies

Administering a Swarm Cluster

In this article by Fabrizio Soppelsa and Chanwit Kaewkasi , the author of Native Docker Clustering with Swarm we're now going to see how to administer a running Swarm cluster. The topics include scaling the cluster size (adding and removing nodes), updating the cluster and nodes information; handling the node status (promotion and demotion), troubleshooting, and graphical interfaces ( UI ).

Storage Practices and Migration to Hyper-V 2016

In this article by Romain Serre , the author of Hyper-V 2016 Best Practices , we will learn about Why Hyper-V projects fail, Overview of the failover cluster, Storage Replica, Microsoft System Center, Migrating VMware virtual machines, and Upgrading single Hyper-v hosts.

Introduction to the Functional Programming

In this article by Wisnu Anggoro , the author of the book,  Functional C# , we are going to explore the functional programming by testing it. We will use the power of C# to construct some functional code. We will also deal with the features in C#, which are mostly used in developing functional programs. By the end of this chapter, we will have an idea how the functional approach in C# will be like. Here are the topics we will cover in this chapter: Introduction to functional programming concept Comparing between the functional and imperative approach The concepts of functional programming The advantages and disadvantages of functional programming

Enabling Spring Faces support

With the release of Spring Web Flow 2, an integration module to connect this with JavaServer Faces (JSF) has been introduced. The name of the module is Spring Faces . This article by Markus Stäuble gives the description of the configuration of the integration of Spring Web Flow 2 with JSF. We primarily learn how to enable Spring Faces support.

Setting Up for Photoreal Rendering

In this article, by Thomas Bleicher and Robin de Jongh , authors of SketchUp 2014 for Architectural Visualization , we will see some of the basics of setting up for photoreal rendering. We will look at the Thea user interface before we start exploring the features in a test scene. For this purpose, you need Thea Render and the Thea for SketchUp plugin installed (the free demo version will do for testing). As a licensed user you can also download sample materials from the Resources section of the website ( ) and have access to the Materials & Texture forum where other users exchange and discuss their own materials.

Sencha Touch: Catering Form Related Needs

This article covers every aspect of a form, including the different form fields offered by Sencha Touch, configuring each one of them for the user in a form, and configuring ways by which a typical form validation can be done. Fields such as Search, E-mail, DatePicker, Select, Slider, Checkbox, TextArea, FieldSet, and so on are covered in this article along with their detailed usage. In this article by Ajit Kumar , author of Sencha Touch Cookbook , we will cover: Getting your form ready with FormPanel Working with search Putting custom validation in the e-mail field Working with dates using DatePicker Making a field hidden Working with the select field Changing the value using Slider Spinning the number wheel using Spinner Toggling between your two choices Checkbox and checkbox group Text and TextArea Grouping fields with FieldSet Validating your form

CodeIgniter MVC – The Power of Simplicity!

In this article by Eli Orr and Yehuda Zadik , the authors of the book Programming with CodeIgniter MVC , the authors would like to share with you initially, his personal wisdom based on many years of experience with various technologies, where CI fits well to my wisdom conclusion. In the last 30 years I was deeply in many software development projects in the rule of a lead developer, system architect, and product manager. One common conclusion I have found, is:

Revisiting Linux Network Basics

In this article by Jeremy LaCroix , author of the book Mastering Linux Network Administration , we will round off the basics of Linux networking. While the TCP/IP stack in Linux is implemented with the same features as in other platforms, specific tools are used to manage such networks. Here, we'll discuss how Linux handles IP addressing, network device naming, as well as bringing interfaces up and down. In addition, we'll discuss the graphical and nongraphical tools used to manage our interfaces.

Third Party Libraries

In this article by Nathan Rozentals , author of the book Mastering TypeScript , the author believes that our TypeScript development environment would not amount to much if we were not able to reuse the myriad of existing JavaScript libraries, frameworks and general goodness. However, in order to use a particular third party library with TypeScript, we will first need a matching definition file. Soon after TypeScript was released, Boris Yankov set up a github repository to house TypeScript definition files for third party JavaScript libraries. This repository, named DefinitelyTyped ( ) quickly became very popular, and is currently the place to go for high-quality definition files. DefinitelyTyped currently has over 700 definition files, built up over time from hundreds of contributors from all over the world. If we were to measure the success of TypeScript within the JavaScript community, then the DefinitelyTyped repository would be a good indication of how well TypeScript has been adopted. Before you go ahead and try to write your own definition files, check the DefinitelyTyped repository to see if there is one already available. In this article, we will have a closer look at using these definition files, and cover the following topics: Choosing a JavaScript Framework Using TypeScript with Backbone Using TypeScript with Angular

Joomla! with Flash: Showing maps using YOS amMap

There are many possibilities of using Flash in a Joomla! website. In this article by Suhreed Sarkar , we will get familiar with how to use the YOS amMap extension to display interactive maps on your Joomla! website.

Introduction to Nagios

In this article by Wojciech Kocjan and Piotr Beltowski , the authors of the book Learning Nagios - Third Edition , we will look at the brief introduction of Nagios, the IT monitoring and management software for problem solving.

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