Posts Tagged: Programmer Notes

Volt – A Ruby framework for Real-time Web Applications

Volt being a Reactive web framework can be an ideal choice to run your Ruby Code on the server as well as on the client side. The DOM shows the Prompt response on automated basis whenever a user interaction with the page takes place. It is systematically efficient in a way that it only updates the nodes which require change. Data can be stored conveniently on….

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Use of Traits in PHP version 5.4

PHP Traits is basically the method of code reuse implemented by PHP as of PHP 5.4.0. It is an exciting phenomenon which enhances the functional capabilities of PHP. Group functionality in PHP is driven by PHP Traits in a highly sophisticated manner. You cannot trigger a trait independently. It works in a grouped way according to the traditional inheritance system. It….

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Pros & Cons Of Charting Libraries – Fusion Charts, High Charts, D3, C3

For data visualization purpose, developers look for available charting solutions. The available charting libraries that are mostly used for different projects are Fusion Charts, High Charts, D3 and C3 libraries. Each of them have their own pros and cons. It totally depends on developers that which charting library they should choose to fulfill their project requirements….

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Backbone.js For Improving Application Scalability

JavaScript is the language of HTML and the Web. It has been used to portray creativity at different levels within web applications. While writing a complex application that involves a lot of JavaScript, it is easy to end up with unmanageable and tangled code, that is a pile of jQuery selectors and Ajax calls. It has also lost the ability to scale and perform well with….

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Heartbleed Bug

Security vulnerabilities have serious ramifications for users across the web and the popular Heartbleed vulnerability in OpenSSL library is one of them. A critical vulnerability nicknamed “Heartbleed” was discovered in OpenSSL, the most popular SSL module used on Linux/cPanel servers. This exploit allows a third party to steal information that would otherwise be secured and […]

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USB/OTG Failure on Google Nexus devices

Our client wanted to connect Garmin GPS device with an Android Device to transfer a file from mobile to GPS device using OTG cable. We created the app and delivered a build. He said the GPS device was not detected in our App but OTG Disk explorer could read it. We investigated the problem a […]

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HTML Agility Pack

The engineers on vteam #261 were given the task of automating content extraction. Before this solution, our client was using a laborious process to manually go to numerous sites and copy and paste content manually. The team looked at various open source libraries and short listed 2 main contenders: Abot C# Web Crawler Html Agility […]

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