In this article by Cody M. Sommer , the author of the book, Building Minecraft Server Modifications - Second Edition , we will be introduced to the Bukkit API and learn what it allows you to accomplish through programming plugins for a Spigot server. By the end of the article, you will most likely have numerous ideas for plugins that you will eventually be able to create yourself. This article will cover the following topics in detail: Understanding the purpose of an API Finding the documentation of the Bukkit API Navigating through JavaDocs to find specific information Reading and understanding the documentation Exploring and learning the aspects of the Bukkit API
In this article by William Leemans , author of the book Red Hat Enterprise Linux Server Cookbook he has covered the following recipes: Managing yum history Creating a copy (mirror) of any (RHN) repository Configuring additional repositories Setting up yum to automatically update Configuring logrotate for yum Recovering from a corrupted RPM database
In this article by Fernando Monteiro , author of the book AngularJS Directives Cookbook , will see explain how to build a navbar directive and adapt it to an AngularJS application. We will also explore some basic functionalities of AngularJS directives. We will use a Yeoman generator to facilitate our work and illustrate how to organize your directory structure following the AngularJS best practices from community. It is assumed that you have intermediate knowledge of developing applications using AngularJS and modern tools such as Yeoman, Bower, and Grunt. However, the following examples are exemplified didactically.