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  • Creating a Salesforce Lightning Map Component

    Christophe Coenraets
    Christophe Coenraets
    8 Apr 2015 | 8:40 am
    The best way to experiment with a new component framework is to create components, and a simple Map component is often one of the first candidates that come to mind. I this article, I share a Lightning Map Component built with the popular Leaflet open-source library. This component also provides an example of loading external Javascript libraries and CSS stylesheets using the ltng:require tag. Read the full article here
  • Announcing General Availability of Azure Premium Storage

    ScottGu's Blog
    16 Apr 2015 | 10:01 am
    I’m very excited to announce the general availability release of Azure Premium Storage. It is now available with an enterprise grade SLA and is available for everyone to use. Microsoft Azure now offers two types of storage: Premium Storage and Standard Storage. Premium Storage stores data durably on Solid State Drives (SSDs) and provides high performance, low latency, disk storage with consistent performance delivery guarantees. Premium Storage is ideal for I/O-sensitive workloads - and is especially great for database workloads hosted within Virtual Machines.  You can optionally…
  • Reactive Postgres with Play Framework & ScalikeJDBC

    James Ward
    James Ward
    7 Apr 2015 | 12:03 pm
    Lately I’ve built a few apps that have relational data. Instead of trying to shoehorn that data into a NoSQL model I decided to use the awesome Heroku Postgres service but I didn’t want to lose out on the Reactiveness that most of the NoSQL data stores support. I discovered ScalikeJDBC-Async which uses postgresql-async, a Reactive (non-blocking), JDBC-ish, Postgres driver. With those libraries I was able to keep my data relational and my app Reactive all the way down. Lets walk through how to do it in a Play Framework app. (TL;DR: Jump to the the full source.) If you want to start…
  • The Road to Dojo 2

    The Dojo Toolkit Blog
    Dylan Schiemann
    16 Apr 2015 | 1:42 pm
    “When will Dojo 2 be released?” That’s pretty much the number one question we’ve been asked about Dojo since Dojo 1.0 was released in 2007. Over the past seven plus years, we have made numerous updates and improvements, while preserving a high level of stability for our users. What’s in a number? Our shift to AMD in Dojo 1.7 was a massive change that could have been called Dojo 2.0, but because we kept backwards compatibility to help developers transition over to AMD syntax, it felt right to call it 1.7. We continued building on that groundwork releasing 1.8, 1.9…
  • Wearable JavaScript

    Sencha » » Blog
    Daniel Gallo
    16 Apr 2015 | 7:30 am
    The number of wearable devices sold globally, according to Juniper Research, was around 27 million units in 2014, likely to increase to 127 million units by 2017, along with estimated revenues to exceed $53 billion in 2019. With wearable devices becoming significantly more commonplace in the coming years, there’s a whole new platform on which to develop apps. For mobile phones and tablets, it’s fairly simple and consistent to develop apps, because the same constants usually apply: the end user has a relatively large touch screen surface, with a soft keyboard, and a powerful webview for…
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    Christophe Coenraets

  • Creating a Salesforce Lightning Map Component

    Christophe Coenraets
    8 Apr 2015 | 8:40 am
    The best way to experiment with a new component framework is to create components, and a simple Map component is often one of the first candidates that come to mind. I this article, I share a Lightning Map Component built with the popular Leaflet open-source library. This component also provides an example of loading external Javascript libraries and CSS stylesheets using the ltng:require tag. Read the full article here
  • Principles of Multisensory Applications

    Christophe Coenraets
    6 Apr 2015 | 10:30 am
    We have entered a new era of computing where everyone and everything is connected. But this won’t automatically mean more people using your apps and doing business with you on more devices. In fact, it will mean the opposite if you don’t start thinking about your app in a different way: as the primary channel of customer engagement for your business, as opposed to a data entry terminal forcing your customers into entering and interacting with siloed data with no intelligence or connection. Click here to read the full article I wrote with James Ward.
  • Real Time Trader Desktop with React, Node.js, and Socket.io

    Christophe Coenraets
    24 Mar 2015 | 11:28 am
    The virtual DOM is one of the key characteristics of React. When you render a component, React creates a lightweight description of the UI, diffs it with the previous version, and generates a minimal set of changes to apply to the DOM. That diffing algorithm is very fast, making React particularly well suited for apps with a lot of UI changes. That prompted me to revisit a type of application I’ve built in the past with different languages and frameworks: a trader desktop showing real time market data updates. This new version uses React for the client-side and Socket.io to push…
  • Belgian Beer Explorer with React and Bootstrap on the Salesforce Platform

    Christophe Coenraets
    14 Jan 2015 | 8:33 am
    In my previous posts, I shared a React and an Ionic version of a Belgian Beer Explorer application that lets users search and explore over 1700 Belgian beers by name, style, brewery, etc. In this post, I’m sharing the same application built with React and Bootstrap on top of the Salesforce platform. When you build on top of the Salesforce platform, you automatically get the infrastructure and turnkey modules that make up most of the application: you can focus your development efforts on differentiating features, like the custom user experience demonstrated in this application. For…
  • Belgian Beer Explorer with AngularJS and Ionic

    Christophe Coenraets
    13 Jan 2015 | 8:40 am
    In my previous post, I shared a Belgian Beer Explorer application built with React, Bootstrap, Node.js and Postgres. In this post, I’m sharing the same application built with AngularJS and Ionic. Application Highlights Like the original version, the mobile version lets users search and explore over 1700 Belgian beers by name, style, brewery, alcohol content, etc. The mobile version uses the same Node.js back-end to access data through REST services. Instead of the Previous/Next pagination of the original version, the mobile version uses Ionic’s cool infinite scrolling feature.
 
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    ScottGu's Blog

  • Announcing General Availability of Azure Premium Storage

    16 Apr 2015 | 10:01 am
    I’m very excited to announce the general availability release of Azure Premium Storage. It is now available with an enterprise grade SLA and is available for everyone to use. Microsoft Azure now offers two types of storage: Premium Storage and Standard Storage. Premium Storage stores data durably on Solid State Drives (SSDs) and provides high performance, low latency, disk storage with consistent performance delivery guarantees. Premium Storage is ideal for I/O-sensitive workloads - and is especially great for database workloads hosted within Virtual Machines.  You can optionally…
  • Announcing the new Azure App Service

    24 Mar 2015 | 7:23 am
    In a mobile first, cloud first world, every business needs to deliver great mobile and web experiences that engage and connect with their customers, and which enable their employees to be even more productive.  These apps need to work with any device, and to be able to consume and integrate with data anywhere. I'm excited to announce the release of our new Azure App Service today - which provides a powerful new offering to deliver these solutions.  Azure App Service is an integrated service that enables you to create web and mobile apps for any platform or device, easily integrate…
  • Introducing ASP.NET 5

    23 Feb 2015 | 12:41 pm
    The first preview release of ASP.NET 1.0 came out almost 15 years ago.  Since then millions of developers have used it to build and run great web applications, and over the years we have added and evolved many, many capabilities to it.  I'm excited today to post about a new release of ASP.NET that we are working on that we are calling ASP.NET 5.  This new release is one of the most significant architectural updates we've done to ASP.NET.  As part of this release we are making ASP.NET leaner, more modular, cross-platform, and cloud optimized.  The ASP.NET 5 preview is…
  • Azure: Machine Learning Service, Hadoop Storm, Cluster Scaling, Linux Support, Site Recovery and More

    18 Feb 2015 | 8:06 am
    Today we released a number of great enhancements to Microsoft Azure. These include: Machine Learning: General Availability of the Azure Machine Learning Service Hadoop: General Availability of Apache Storm Support, Hadoop 2.6 support, Cluster Scaling, Node Size Selection and preview of next Linux OS support Site Recovery: General Availability of DR capabilities with SAN arrays I've also included details in this blog post of other great Azure features that went live earlier this month: SQL Database: General Availability of SQL Database (V12) Web Sites: Support for Slot Settings API Management:…
  • ScottGu Azure event in London on March 2nd

    16 Feb 2015 | 10:16 am
    On March 2nd I'm doing an Azure event in London that you can attend for free.  I'll be speaking for about 2.5 hours and will do an end-to-end walkthrough of Microsoft Azure, show off a bunch of demos of great new features/capabilities, and talk about some of the improvements coming out over the next few months. You can sign-up and attend the event for free (while tickets last - they are going fast).  If you are interested sign-up now.  The event is being held at the Mermaid Conference & Events Centre in Blackfriars, London: Hope to see some of you there! Scott
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    James Ward

  • Reactive Postgres with Play Framework & ScalikeJDBC

    James Ward
    7 Apr 2015 | 12:03 pm
    Lately I’ve built a few apps that have relational data. Instead of trying to shoehorn that data into a NoSQL model I decided to use the awesome Heroku Postgres service but I didn’t want to lose out on the Reactiveness that most of the NoSQL data stores support. I discovered ScalikeJDBC-Async which uses postgresql-async, a Reactive (non-blocking), JDBC-ish, Postgres driver. With those libraries I was able to keep my data relational and my app Reactive all the way down. Lets walk through how to do it in a Play Framework app. (TL;DR: Jump to the the full source.) If you want to start…
  • Scaling the WebJars Project with On-Demand Bower Packages

    James Ward
    23 Mar 2015 | 9:00 am
    WebJars has been my hobby project for almost 3 years and thanks to tons of help from the community the project now has almost 900 JavaScript libraries in Maven Central. In February 2015 there were over 500,000 downloads of WebJars! Up until now all of the WebJars have been manually created, deployed, and maintained. Today I’m happy to launch Bower WebJars, an on-demand service that allows users to deploy new WebJars from Bower packages. If a WebJar doesn’t exist for the library you need, but it does exist in Bower, then select the Bower package & version and deploy it! Under…
  • Salesforce Canvas Quick Start for Java Developers

    James Ward
    10 Mar 2015 | 2:16 pm
    Salesforce provides a variety of different ways to integrate external apps into the Salesforce UI. Canvas is an iframe-based approach for loading externally hosted UIs into pages on Salesforce. The nice thing about Canvas versus a plain iframe is that Canvas has a JavaScript bridge which enables secure communication between the external iframe and Salesforce. This communication happens in the context of the Salesforce user and doesn’t require the typical OAuth handshake. Because Canvas apps live outside of Salesforce they can be built with any language and run anywhere, including…
  • Introducing Force WebJars: Add JavaScript Libs to Salesforce With a Click

    James Ward
    4 Feb 2015 | 8:07 am
    The typical method of adding JavaScript and CSS libraries (e.g. jQuery, Bootstrap, and AngularJS) to Salesforce environments is to locate a library’s download, download it, then upload it to Salesforce, then figure out the structure of the files so that you can use them from Visualforce. Using WebJars as a basis, I’ve created an easy way to add libraries to Salesforce, called Force WebJars. Here is a quick demo: Give it a try and let me know how it goes! BTW: The source is on GitHub.
  • Goodbye Java Posse Roundup – Hello WTF 2015

    James Ward
    13 Jan 2015 | 7:20 am
    For the past 8 (maybe 9?) years the absolute best yearly conference I’ve attended has been The Java Posse Roundup in Crested Butte, Colorado. At most conferences my favorite parts are the conversations at the bar and writing code with other attendees. The Java Posse Roundup has always been a conference just of those best parts. Even though The Java Posse is no-more, the Java Posse Roundup will live on as the Winter Tech Forum. I’m sure that many of the same developers will come since it has been a yearly pilgrimage for many. But hopefully the new name helps bring an even more…
 
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    The Dojo Toolkit Blog

  • The Road to Dojo 2

    Dylan Schiemann
    16 Apr 2015 | 1:42 pm
    “When will Dojo 2 be released?” That’s pretty much the number one question we’ve been asked about Dojo since Dojo 1.0 was released in 2007. Over the past seven plus years, we have made numerous updates and improvements, while preserving a high level of stability for our users. What’s in a number? Our shift to AMD in Dojo 1.7 was a massive change that could have been called Dojo 2.0, but because we kept backwards compatibility to help developers transition over to AMD syntax, it felt right to call it 1.7. We continued building on that groundwork releasing 1.8, 1.9…
  • Dojo Winter and Spring 2015 events

    Dylan Schiemann
    16 Feb 2015 | 9:32 am
    There are a number of Dojo events this winter and spring. Some of these events are still tentative, so we’ll add links once they are confirmed. We hope to meet you at one of these events. Let us know if there’s an event you would like to host in your area. Dojo Community Day A Dojo community day is planned, but the details are not yet available. Conferences Conferences we’re planning to attend and/or deliver talks. Esri DevSummit, Palm Springs, CA, March 10-13 JSConf, Amelia Island, May 27-29 Esri UK Developer conference, London, May 19 EdgeConf, London, June 27 Meetups…
  • Case study: Softeco Sismat (TELL ME Project, #2)

    Dylan Schiemann
    26 Dec 2014 | 8:57 am
    The large companies that use Dojo are widely known. This series features lesser known users of Dojo, and their stories. Eight months ago, we conducted a case study about the TELL ME project with Stefano Bianchi from Softeco Sismat, an ICT Italian company. Here we have followed with up Stefano to get an update on their progression from desktop web app to mobile with Dojo. TELL ME Mobile UI – login Q: How did you first learn about Dojo? A: We were looking for a solid JavaScript framework to develop a prototype for a complex, desktop-like web user interface (UI) to support learning activities…
  • Dojo Security Advisory 2014-12-08

    Colin Snover
    9 Dec 2014 | 12:04 pm
    Introduction Several XSS vulnerabilities have been discovered and fixed in the Dojo Toolkit. Masato Kinugawa discovered a security flaw in the SWF component of the dojox/form/FileUploader widget that allows for cross-site scripting attacks on domains hosting the affected SWF. After evaluating the disclosed vulnerability, similar additional XSS vulnerabilities were discovered by the Dojo Toolkit security team in other dojox components including dojox/av/FLAudio, dojox/av/FLVideo, and dojox/form/Uploader. A potential XSS vulnerability with a different attack vector was also discovered in…
  • Autumn 2014 Dojo events

    Dylan Schiemann
    29 Aug 2014 | 4:45 am
    There are a number of Dojo events this autumn. We hope to meet you at one of these events: Dojo Community Day Dojo Community Day. October 26, Amsterdam. Free registration required. Meetups Intern 2. October 9, Nick Nisi, SitePen. London, UK. Free registration required. Intern 2. October 16, Dylan Schiemann, SitePen. Boston, MA. Free registration required Conferences EdgeConf. September 20, Dylan Schiemann, SitePen. San Francisco. Paid registration required. FullStack. October 23-24, Dylan Schiemann, SitePen. London, UK. Paid registration required Training Workshops Dojo 101, 201, and 202.
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    Sencha » » Blog

  • Wearable JavaScript

    Daniel Gallo
    16 Apr 2015 | 7:30 am
    The number of wearable devices sold globally, according to Juniper Research, was around 27 million units in 2014, likely to increase to 127 million units by 2017, along with estimated revenues to exceed $53 billion in 2019. With wearable devices becoming significantly more commonplace in the coming years, there’s a whole new platform on which to develop apps. For mobile phones and tablets, it’s fairly simple and consistent to develop apps, because the same constants usually apply: the end user has a relatively large touch screen surface, with a soft keyboard, and a powerful webview for…
  • Announcing Ext JS 6 Early Access Release

    Gautam Agrawal
    14 Apr 2015 | 7:30 am
    After an amazing SenchaCon 2015 last week, we are extremely excited to announce that Ext JS 6 early access release is available. With Ext JS 6, you will be able to use a single JavaScript framework to seamlessly build applications for desktops, tablets, and smartphones. Download Ext JS 6 Early Access Release Read What’s New in Ext JS 6 What is Early Access? You can get immediate access to Ext JS 6, which is being developed as a unified (Ext JS and Sencha Touch) framework to build web applications using a single source and deliver them across desktops, tablets, and smartphones. With the help…
  • Ext JS Customer Spotlight: Greentree International

    Stephen Sims
    2 Apr 2015 | 4:55 pm
    Greentree International is comprised of technology and business buffs with one obsession: building the best business software. The latest version of our ERP software product, Greentree4, heralds the next generation of business management software for mid-tier companies. It draws on the rich Ext JS 5 touch-enabled framework to break down walls traditionally enshrouding ERP software. Greentree has broad appeal and is currently used by 10,000 companies globally, across more than 20 industry verticals. Our customers consistently tell us how their business has been transformed. Why We Chose Ext…
  • Top 5 Reasons the Web Will Win on Mobile

    Nick Harlow
    1 Apr 2015 | 1:15 am
    It should come as no surprise to anyone who has followed Sencha for any amount of time that we believe in the power and superiority of web technology. Prior to the explosion of the mainstream internet in the mid-90s, few would have predicted how enterprise application development would change with the growth of the web. However, for enterprise applications used on desktops and laptops, the results have now been in for some time. Spoiler alert: The web won. And it’s going to win on mobile too. For enterprise applications used on desktops and laptops, the results have now been in for some…
  • Training Tip: Learning About Features in Ext JS 5.1

    Kevin Jackson and Max Rahder
    31 Mar 2015 | 1:13 am
    This month we’d like to remind you that if you’ve ever attended the Fast Track to Ext JS course, you have access to the material for a year via http://training.sencha.com. We’re continuously updating the course to reflect new features of Ext JS, so if you’ve taken the course you will have access to the updated material. Sign Up for the Next Ext JS Training Class See the complete class listing for details. Sencha Ext JS 5.1 included some great new features. The Fast Track course summarizes those changes in the Overview > What’s New In Ext JS 5.1 topic. That topic discusses:…
 
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    Official jQuery Blog

  • Come help the jQuery Foundation

    Aurelio De Rosa
    25 Mar 2015 | 10:44 am
    For many years now the jQuery team first, and then the jQuery Foundation as an organization, has helped developers all over the world to write simple, concise, and clean code that isn’t affected by all the browser incompatibilities that developers are well-accustomed to. As you know, all the jQuery Foundation projects are maintained by a group of volunteers who keep the libraries relevant and in line with modern browser APIs and issues. The team also keeps the API documentation and educational guides up to date. In the next few months, the team will work on the several jQuery-related…
  • Esprima 2.1 Released

    Kris Borchers
    10 Mar 2015 | 10:29 am
    We’ve just released Esprima 2.1.0! This release introduces support for several new pieces of ES6 syntax: Classes, Rest Parameters, Computed Property Names, let and const. See the release notes below for full details. We’ve also made various improvements to our testing infrastructure to make the codebase more contributor friendly. A big thank you to all those who contributed patches to this release: Ariya Hidayat, Bei Zhang, Brandon Mills, Mike Rennie, Mike Sherov. While working on bringing more ES6 features to Esprima, we began collaborating with other JavaScript parsers and…
  • Getting on Point

    Scott Gonzalez
    24 Feb 2015 | 10:33 am
    We’re excited to announce that the Pointer Events specification has become a W3C Recommendation! As we’ve said before, we love Pointer Events because they support all of the common input devices today – mouse, pen/stylus, and fingers – but they’re also designed in such a way that future devices can easily be added, and existing code will automatically support the new device. While reaching Recommendation status is a monumental moment, there’s still much work to do. Pointer Events aren’t a viable solution until they’re usable in all of the…
  • jQuery Foundation 2014 Annual Report

    Dave Methvin
    11 Feb 2015 | 8:26 am
    The jQuery Foundation exists to support web developers in creating web content built on open standards that is accessible to all users. We accomplish this through the development and support of open source software, and collaboration with the development community. The Foundation houses open source projects that are essential to this vision. What we’ve accomplished We’ve always been known for our namesake projects and their excellent documentation. In the past year, the jQuery Foundation has continued its quest to ensure that web developers have the tools and information they need…
  • Esprima 2.0 Released

    Dave Methvin
    6 Feb 2015 | 8:17 am
    Last week, the jQuery Foundation announced our adoption of the Esprima project, the widely used JavaScript parser that powers many code analysis tools. Today we’re pleased to announce the release of version 2.0, now available on npm. Up until now, the official releases of Esprima have only parsed ECMAScript 5 standard syntax. However, the experimental “harmony” branch has been adding ECMAScript 2015 (also popularly known as ES6) features for quite some time. A lot of the work there has been driven by Facebook. Now that the syntax for many ES6 features has stabilized and even…
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    Treehouse Blog

  • Join the Treehouse Team!

    Mary McPherson
    16 Apr 2015 | 2:35 pm
    There is a lot going on behind the scenes, here at Treehouse. To keep up with our growing student base, we are looking to fill multiple positions. Two of which are new and present an especially exciting opportunity: Chief Revenue Officer and Chief Product Officer. Chief Revenue Officer As a member of the Executive Team, this role is essential to the success of the business. Responsible for developing the strategy and operations for Treehouse’s subscription and monetization business and interfacing with internal and external partners to achieve a leading market position. Reports to the…
  • Joe Learned to Code & Transitioned into a Career He’s Passionate About

    Faye Bridge
    15 Apr 2015 | 9:11 am
    Despite being an economics graduate with a career as a loan analyst, Joe decided it was time for a career change. After a gratifying experience dabbling in basic UX and product design side projects, combined with a lifelong interest in technology, web development became an obvious choice for Joe. He decided to pursue formal training, and chose Treehouse to do so. Joe recently landed a new job as a project manager at digital agency The Glue. He’s now working on projects he’s passionate about and applying and expanding his new coding skills. Next up, Joe is challenging himself to master iOS…
  • Joey and Trevor Learned to Code and Launched a Successful Web Development Firm

    Faye Bridge
    8 Apr 2015 | 9:24 am
    Joey, a scientist, and Trevor an engineer were both working their first jobs out of college when they recognised the prevalence of mediocre pharmaceutical company websites and saw an opportunity to change that. But the only issue was neither of them had any coding experience. So together Trevor and Joey began learning with Treehouse. Soon they were confident with their skills and launched their web development firm, 100 Danish, focused on website design/redesign and branding. Although it’s still in its early days, 100 Danish has already proven a lucrative business for Joey and Trevor.
  • With His New Rails Skills, Sebastien Was Able to Bring htmlsig to Life

    Faye Bridge
    1 Apr 2015 | 9:12 am
    After trying other resources to learn web development, Sebastien signed up for a free trial to Treehouse. By improving his skills in his own time and focusing on Rails courses, Sebastien was able to apply his new skills towards building the second phase of his long-term project, htmlsig.com, a JavaScript email signature generator. With the improvements Sebastien was able to make, htmlsig was relaunched in November 2014, and obtained 200 paid subscribers in its first month. Sebastien is still learning with Treehouse and working towards adding additional features to htmlsig. We caught up with…
  • Christina Gained the Skills Needed to Transition into Her Dream Digital Marketing Career

    Faye Bridge
    26 Mar 2015 | 6:30 am
    Christina was a marketing planner with a desire to transition into digital marketing. After her job was cut, Christina decided to use unemployment as an opportunity to refocus her career and dedicate herself to learning the skills she needed for digital marketing. Shortly after, with the technical knowledge she learned with Treehouse, she landed a job as a search engine optimization (SEO) and search engine marketing (SEM) consultant at Amazee Metrics. Christina is now gaining experience in a career she enjoys, becoming more confident with her new skills, and continuing to learn with…
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    Curl Global Community - All Forums

  • 홍대오피⦅B A M W A R. C O M⦆〖밤워〗,↖강남오피,강남건마︶

    18 Apr 2015 | 12:02 am
    Hongdae Opie ⦅BAMWA R. C O M⦆ bamwo〗 〖, ↖ Opie Gangnam, Gangnam geonma) Hongdae Opie ⦅BAMWA R. C O M⦆ bamwo〗 〖, ↖ Opie Gangnam, Gangnam geonma) Hongdae Opie ⦅BAMWA R. C O M⦆ bamwo〗 〖, ↖ Opie Gangnam, Gangnam geonma) Hongdae Opie ⦅BAMWA R. C O M⦆ bamwo〗 〖, ↖ Opie Gangnam, Gangnam geonma) Hongdae Opie ⦅BAMWA R. C O M⦆ bamwo〗 〖, ↖ Gangnam Opie, Gangnam geonma) Hongdae Opie ⦅BAMWA R. C O M⦆ bamwo〗 〖, ↖ Opie Gangnam, Gangnam geonma) Hongdae Opie ⦅BAMWA R. C O M⦆ bamwo〗 〖, ↖ Opie Gangnam, Gangnam geonma) Hongdae Opie ⦅ BAMWA R.
  • SMTP authentication

    15 Apr 2015 | 8:03 am
    Hi!! I need to change the authentication type to a SMTP server. I looked into the documentation and I've found the option "CURLOPT_LOGIN_OPTIONS". But there are no info about the type of authentication except "AUTH=NTLM" and "AUTH=*". Which are teh other options? Thxxx =)
  • Visual Studio 2010 Express and cURL

    6 Apr 2015 | 8:12 am
    Hi there, How to make the cURL working with Visual Studio 2010 Express (or VS2013)? I googled a lot but could NOT find any correct instruction. Could you guys help me, PLEASE? PS: I am EE, not a programmer! Thanks a lot! Sincerely, Michael
  • cURL Client app

    29 Mar 2015 | 4:48 pm
    Hi, I want my client pc keeps polling my web server, for every 500ms. The language should be cURL and PHP. That is first step I need to start. Could anyone help me out? I will appreciate that!! PS: the language used in most of my page is PHP. The cURL has been setup and tested. Sincerely, Michael
  • 他PCのディレクトリ指定時の認証について

    16 Mar 2015 | 7:05 pm
    いつもお世話になっております。 エクスプローラーで他PC(共有サーバー等)のファイルを確認する場合ならばパスを指定して 認証があるならば、windows認証が出てきて、「ログイン名、パスワード」を入力・・・となりますが Curlプログラム内で他PCのディレクトリを指定してするとFileExceptionが表示されてしまいます エラー内容としては「ログインに失敗しました。ログイン名やパスワードが間違っている・・・」…
 
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    SilverlightShow: Silverlight Community

  • Daily News Digest 4/17/2015

    17 Apr 2015 | 7:39 am
    Here is the new SilverlightShow content for Friday, April 17th, 2015. Windows 8.1 adoption and Microsoft app store trends Get Started with Azure Mobile Engagement for Windows Universal Apps Geo-fence Garage Door Using Raspberry Pi, Azure, C#, and Windows Phone (Part 1) Intel RealSense Camera (F200): Depth + Colour Animating list items within Windows apps Subscribe to our Daily News Digest RSS Feed to receive a summary of all SilverlightShow news! Or follow our news on Twitter - @silverlightshow!
  • Windows 8.1 adoption and Microsoft app store trends

    17 Apr 2015 | 7:23 am
    Read original post by Richard Hay at SuperSite for WindowsYesterday Microsoft released a detailed blog post, part of a series they do each month, in which they provided a lot of information about trends in the Windows and Windows Phone Stores. We have discussed developers, apps and earnings a lot over the last two weeks for Windows Phone and part of that discussion has always pointed towards Windows 10 and universal apps.
  • Get Started with Azure Mobile Engagement for Windows Universal Apps

    17 Apr 2015 | 7:19 am
    Read original post by Piyush Joshi at Microsoft Azure Blog This topic shows you how to use Azure Mobile Engagement to understand your app usage and send push notifications to segmented users of a Windows Universal application. This tutorial demonstrates the simple broadcast scenario using Mobile Engagement. You will create a blank Windows Universal App that collects basic app usage data and receives push notifications using Windows Notification Service (WNS). When complete, you will be able to broadcast push notifications to all the devices or target specific users based on their devices…
  • Geo-fence Garage Door Using Raspberry Pi, Azure, C#, and Windows Phone (Part 1)

    17 Apr 2015 | 7:14 am
    Read original post by Hassan Rage at African GeekYou’ve experienced the joy of making LEDs blink and change colors. What is next, what will you do with all this power? The power that is making you feel like a superhero without a villain, empty and useless. Meet your evil garage door. Think of it as a self-absorbed celebrity who will never try to remember names or acknowledge your existence. It expects you to know everything about it, yet it won’t even notify you when you forget to close it, or give you confirmation when you are not sure whether you closed it or not.
  • Intel RealSense Camera (F200): Depth + Colour

    17 Apr 2015 | 5:16 am
    Read original post at Mike Taulty's BlogAdding to this set of posts around the RealSense camera and SDK I wanted to try and see what it was like to combine streaming data from multiple sources and so I thought I’d experiment with displaying depth and colour data at the same time. This scenario feels very much like programming with the Kinect v2 SDK where you use a MultiFrameSource/Reader in order to bring back synchronised data frames from the sensor across sources like colour, IR, depth, body and so on.
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    Software Technology Blog

  • HealthKit vs Google Fit: A Comparative Analysis

    Sayali Doshi
    14 Apr 2015 | 2:37 am
    As digital health gains momentum, tech giants Apple and Google both have entered the Healthcare domain with their respective health platforms/frameworks last year. With iOS 8, latest OS for Apple’s smart devices, comes the Health Kit framework which works alongside its in-built Health app. And Google has announced that it has health tracking platform which runs on its web portal and android devices running 4.0 and above. Google Fit is a healthcare platform, developed by (no brownie points for guessing) “Google”. It utilizes various APIs to track/record data of various fitness activities…
  • JavaScript MVC Frameworks: Backbone, Ember and Angular JS – The Paradigm Shift and the Impact on Application Development

    Marketing Desk
    10 Apr 2015 | 6:49 am
    In this fast paced world, how many users would like to stare at loading screen or the spinning wheel, while the request or process is being completed? If your answer is “None”, you are spot on. The application developers’ work does not get easier with the myriad range of devices they need to cater to. We already have desktops, laptops,tablets, smartphones, smart TVs and adding further to this complexity are the distinctive characteristics of these devices like screen size, operating system, computing power, limited battery life, storage and many more. This leaves the developers to make…
  • Material Design: The New UI Language by Android

    Lalit Kumar
    31 Mar 2015 | 5:52 am
    In Google I/O conference 2014, Google had unveiled its latest version of mobile operating system – “Android Lollipop” also referred to as “Android L”. The Android L brought some under the hood changes such as support for 64 bit processors and a new runtime environment, known as Android Run Time (ART). ART, which uses Ahead of Time (AOT) compilation, replaced the Dalvik virtual machine which uses Just in Time (JIT) compilation. It also included features which are more visible and evident to the users upfront. The list includes a refreshed notification system, device sharing,…
  • Techniques in IT Security- An Overview

    Eshan Sarpotdar
    19 Mar 2015 | 6:04 am
    IT security has always been a burning issue on the chief information officer’s (CIO) plate. We see websites, applications and emails being hacked to retrieve sensitive information pertaining to an individual or a company. Ever wondered why emerging or established companies fall prey to such attacks performed by hackers? One of the main reasons is poor investment in security measures. So what is IT Security all about and what wonders does it play against these hackers? IT security is all about protecting a system to its lengths and breadths. Cyber security focuses on protecting networks,…
  • How Cloud Can Transform Your Start-up

    Marketing Desk
    11 Mar 2015 | 1:13 am
    Many startups struggle in their initial days, the common problems faced are related to infrastructure, technology, and finances. It’s like carrying a huge and heavy backpack uphill to win the race or to make a mark in the industry. How about loosening those straps and removing the unwanted clutter and racing straight to the finish line? Cloud technology has proven in the past that it is the right lever which reduces the effort in the above mentioned goals. Some of the objectives that cloud technology could help achieve are:   Speed up development cycles Reduce operating costs Swiftly…
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