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Eclipse: Use gdb from CDT

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The GNU Debugger (gdb) is the most popular open source debugger in use. Learn how the Eclipse C/C++ Development Tooling (CDT) talks to the GNU Debugger. This concrete example of CDT-debugger interaction should be helpful for anyone wishing to interface a custom C/C++ debugger from CDT. read more...
permapage | score:9097 | -jmalasko, July 4, 2008

Dojo for Java programmers

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Many developers have strong skills in Java programming, but only limited experience in JavaScript. They can struggle with the conceptual leap from a strongly typed, object-oriented compilation language to a dynamic, weakly typed scripting language. This article helps you bridge the gap from Java code to Dojo, shows why it may be necessary to set context, and describes how to go about it. read more...
permapage | score:8761 | -jmalasko, October 21, 2008

Tutorial: Creating graphics with PHP

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Imagine creating Web-page graphics dynamically using just code. Creating and manipulating images is yours for the doing with the power of PHP. This tutorial steps through using the GD library, showing you how to create and alter images on Web pages. It starts with the GD construct, and then builds on it to showcase graphics techniques. read more...
permapage | score:8408 | -jmalasko, July 8, 2008

Tutorial: Separate content from presentation (PHP)

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Over the years, developers have devised many strategies to facilitate the separation of business logic and presentation logic. In this tutorial, you will explore two solutions to separating data and business logic from presentation logic: one using XSLT through the XSL module in PHP 5 and the other using the SimpleXML module in PHP 5. To do this, you'll use a Web page for a personal resume stored as an XML file as an example. read more...
permapage | score:8199 | -jmalasko, October 14, 2008

Tutorial: Create a video site with PHP

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Setting up your own on-demand video site doesn't have to be complicated. This three-part tutorial series will take you through what you need to know to create video optimized for the Web, as well as creating a PHP application that will keep your videos organized and readily accessible. In Part 2, discover the basic application using CakePHP. read more...
permapage | score:8146 | -jmalasko, June 4, 2008

Dojo Tutorial

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Learn the tips, techniques, and pitfalls when developing Web 2.0 and Dojo applications. Wendi Nusbickel and Melissa Betancourt have worked on the Dojo application documented in this article for over a year. Having recently completed the development of a Web 2.0 Dojo prototype, they share the experience they gained when creating a custom Dojo application. read more...
permapage | score:8073 | -jmalasko, December 20, 2008

Good PHP programming habits

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Just like any language, developers can write code in PHP that ranges in quality from truly awful to very good. In this article, learn good programming habits that can help you bridge the productivity gap. Building code that is easy to read, understand, and maintain will enable you to debug, fix, and extend your code with lower risk. read more...
permapage | score:7569 | -jmalasko, December 6, 2008

PHP: Using CodeIgniter

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Creating a CodeIgniter application is easier than you might think. Take a guided tour through your first project: a simple Web page with a contact form. In under an hour, you will learn how to install CodeIgniter, configure it, and create a Web site consisting of a home page, a form that adds information to a database, and a thank-you page. read more...
permapage | score:7527 | -jmalasko, September 6, 2008

The features of PHP6

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Discover PHP's new features and syntax improvements and see how they will take this already-popular scripting language to the next level. Learn how Unicode support, Web 2.0 features, and other changes make PHP V6 more robust, as well as more international. read more...
permapage | score:7448 | -jmalasko, May 16, 2008

OOP and PHP 5

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PHP V5.3 is designed to prepare developers for PHP V6 when it comes by adding new features, cleaning up existing features by tweaking the functionality, fixing platform-specific issues, and deprecating old features that won't be in future versions of PHP. In this "What's new in PHP V5.3" series, discover the new features and see how they can be used in your Web application. read more...
permapage | score:7369 | -jmalasko, November 18, 2008

Fast XML parsing in Python with lxml

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lxml is a fast yet flexible library for XML processing in Python. It comes bundled with support for XML Path Language (XPath) and Extensible Stylesheet Language Transformation (XSLT), and it implements the familiar ElementTree API. In this article, you focus both on the ease of use provided by lxml and on its high-performance profile when processing very large XML data. read more...
permapage | score:7352 | -jmalasko, November 7, 2008

Tutorial: XQuery and VoiceXML

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XQuery and VoiceXML are a perfect combination. In this tutorial, you will learn how to employ XQuery with XML documents to build dynamic systems that take input from a VoiceXML environment and combine them with existing XML documents to produce interactive applications. read more...
permapage | score:7188 | -jmalasko, May 17, 2008

Firefox 3.0 Features

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Mozilla Firefox 3 is a major release with many enhancements, some of which are targeted at users, and some at developers. In this article, you will learn more about these new Firefox 3 features. For example, one of the updates gives Web developers the ability to build Web applications that work even when the user is disconnected from the Internet. read more...
permapage | score:7171 | -jmalasko, June 18, 2008

Make graphical text searchable

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Web designers use graphical text to display unusual fonts, scripts, or other typefaces not available on most users' computers. With image-based text, color, and font are at the control of the Web designer, not users' system fonts. However, without actual text on a page, search engines and ad services are hampered in identifying a site. Learn how to get the beauty of image-based text, without sacrificing semantic meaning on a Web page. read more...
permapage | score:7138 | -jmalasko, September 28, 2008

JavaScript Database Access

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Discover Database Connectivity, a JavaScript API and implementation that enables Web clients to use an Ajax style of programming to directly access server-side relational data without compromising enterprise security. Also, learn how Web 2.0 applications can use this middleware to access relational data as a first-class construct instead of through ad hoc protocols. read more...
permapage | score:7068 | -jmalasko, June 22, 2008

Fast decimal numbers in ANSI C

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Find out about decNumber, a high-performance decimal arithmetic library in ANSI C, especially suitable for commercial and human-oriented applications. The library consists of several modules that provide direct support for integer, fixed-point, and floating-point decimal numbers, arbitrary precision values and special values and much more. read more...
permapage | score:6981 | -jmalasko, July 22, 2008

Play CodeRally game to learn Java and Eclipse

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CodeRally combines competition with collaboration in networked races of up to 100 human-controlled cars, all Java-coding their way around the same crowded course. The competition and competitiveness actually makes users end up coding better and faster. read more...
permapage | score:6974 | -jmalasko, June 29, 2008

Build a fault-tolerant Linux environment on IBM blades

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To build an available Linux server environment with IBM blades, first you need to set up a fault-tolerant environment between the blade and any external storage. This enables you to deliver redundancy and enable multipathing. In this article, learn how to integrate an x86-based IBM BladeCenter server and external IBM BladeCenter Boot Disk System SAS storage, as a critical prerequisite for a reliable Linux/blade server environment. read more...
permapage | score:6962 | -jmalasko, December 20, 2008

The Eclipse plug-in signature mechanism

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Security is an important issue when installing a bundle of new features to software. Learn about signature technologies used by the Eclipse platform to determine the trustworthiness of plug-ins . Eclipse places each plug-in into one of five categories: unsigned or signed, trusted or untrusted, or expired. Learn how to create signed plug-ins in Eclipse and IBM Lotus Expeditor, an Eclipse-based product. read more...
permapage | score:6938 | -jmalasko, November 27, 2008

Multithread Run-time Analysis Tool for Java

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Multi-Thread Run-time Analysis for Java that detects and analyzes potential data race and deadlock conditions that often occur in multi-threaded Java programs. Discover the updated version and how it is more efficient and can handle very large applications, such as Tomcat and WebSphere Application Server. It is easy to use and provides both a command line interface and a GUI front-end in Eclipse. read more...
permapage | score:6873 | -jmalasko, December 9, 2008
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