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  • White Papers // Jul 2010

    Understanding Windows Mobile Security

    One topic the user really needs to understand when deploying Windows Mobile applications is security. Often, developers spend a lot of time developing and testing their applications on emulators. However, applications that are working perfectly on emulators often break mysteriously on real devices. A large part of this can be...

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  • White Papers // Nov 2008

    Explore the Data Access Options in Visual Studio 2008: Visual Studio 2008 and .NET 3.5 Give Developers Substantially Increased Data Access Options

    In Visual Studio 2008 running on the .NET framework 3.5, developers can not only create DataReaders and DataSets; Microsoft has also added LINQ to SQL, Entity Framework, and ADO.NET Data Services, which leverages the first two. These new options of course, mean that the developer has new syntaxes to learn....

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  • White Papers // Oct 2008

    An Integrated-Documentation Tool for Oracle Databases

    In an ideal world, all software and database systems would have clear documentation that is always up to date. In the real world, however, documentation usually is either non-existent or so out of date that it is misleading. This is especially true for legacy software systems that were developed before...

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  • White Papers // Oct 2008

    Creating Simple Firefox "Add-Ons" With Ubiquity: Developing Add-Ons for Firefox Can Be Tedious, But It's Not Hard

    Making add-ons for Firefox is not hard, but development can be tedious, especially as there is no formal development IDE for making them (Venkman comes closest, but it's not very close). So, if the developer creates a component, he or she has to build the XUL supports and overlays, bind...

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  • White Papers // Oct 2008

    Location-Based Services Using CellID

    Past papers have discussed how to interface with GPS receivers to obtain the geographical position of a device and then transmit the information over to a server for mapping purposes. However, not all mobile devices today have built-in GPS receivers. Moreover, GPS does not work in-doors. This seriously limits the...

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  • White Papers // Oct 2008

    From Delegate to Lambda: The Key to Understanding Lambda Expressions Lies in Understanding Delegates

    Delegates play a tremendously important role in developing applications for the .NET Framework, especially when using C# or Visual Basic. Events, a special application of delegates, are used all over the framework. And the application and possibilities of delegates has only grown over time. C# 2.0 introduced the concept of...

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  • White Papers // Oct 2008

    A Spoonful of Governance for SOA

    Governance is one of those words that can strike fear into the heart of a software architect. Visions of endless meetings and committee reviews immediately give the developer that queasy feeling in the pit of their stomach. Process and overhead guarantee a slow down in an already tight project plan...

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  • White Papers // Oct 2008

    Exploring Secrets of .NET Keystroke Handling

    Few areas in .NET are seemingly as simple yet deceptively challenging as processing keyboard inputs. This situation is exacerbated because neither the MSDN documentation nor any of the excellent .NET support websites provide comprehensive, practical details about handling keystrokes. Enter Keystroke Sandbox, a small application developed just for this paper....

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  • White Papers // Sep 2008

    Getting Started With Android Development Using Eclipse

    Google has recently released the latest version of the Android SDK - version 0.9 beta. The Android 0.9 SDK beta brings developers a step closer to the final release that many developers are hoping to see before the end of the year. While the latest version of the SDK sports...

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  • White Papers // Sep 2008

    Create a Durable and Reliable WCF Service With MSMQ 4.0

    Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) endpoints often need to guarantee delivery. Take, for example, a WCF-based e-commerce application that accepts a credit card entry and performs some basic validation of the customer. At that point, the application must guarantee that the transaction gets processed. That's why developers have to ensure that...

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  • White Papers // Sep 2006

    8 Steps to Better Incident Classification

    Incident classification and initial support and the activities carried out by service desk staff to determine how to work or route an incident for resolution. The IT Infrastructure Library (ITIL) covers classification very well. There are numerous checklists and samples available and most service management systems offer built-in assistance with...

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  • White Papers // Jul 2006

    Preventing Internal Security Breaches

    Security is always on the minds of system administrators. As Intranets have evolved from glorified online cafeteria menus and corporate memos to robust information portals and mission critical applications, the bar has been raised to protect the castle from critters and other unwanted spooks that go bump in the night.

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  • White Papers // Mar 2006

    How to Set Up Successful SLAs

    The Service Level Agreement (SLA) is one of the most critical parts - if not the key element - of IT Service Management. But as important as they are, they also can be complicated to set up. And some say they can be tricky to get right. However, when administrators...

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  • White Papers // Feb 2006

    PHP Basics

    This introductory paper on PHP will explain what PHP is, how it works, and how a person can get started using it. PHP (Hypertext Preprocessor) is an open source, server-side, HTML embedded scripting language used to create dynamic Web pages. PHP script is embedded within a HTML document and the...

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  • White Papers // Jun 2004

    The Rise of the Game Titans

    The article discusses about the online gaming. Videogames have become a media force on par with the television and motion picture industries. This year will see the number of intensive console and PC gamers in the U.S. grow to 40 million, according to Jupiter Research, and by 2009 that number...

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  • White Papers // Oct 2003

    Apple iTunes Does Windows... and AOL

    With 13 million downloads under the iTunes Music Store belt since the April 2003 launch, cavalier Jobs pledged his company will now sell 100 million songs by April 2004. Currently, Apple supports 200,000 titles but has machinations to offer more than 400,000 songs by the end of October. Like its...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2003

    Microsoft Releases New Anti-Piracy Software Toolkit

    This article summarizes and gives information about music copyright issues. Microsoft Corp. is out with a new software release that it says will enhance copyright protection for the music industry. Music CD sales slumped 11 percent last year in the U.S. and record labels continued to be bedeviled by the...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2003

    Pitch Power: Knowing Your Audience

    The main focus of this article is to know about audience. The pitch is your pick-up line to the journalist. In many cases, it's the first and last chance you have to make an impression. Even if you have a long-standing relationship with a writer, it is essential to craft...

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  • White Papers // Oct 2003

    Apple iTunes Does Windows... and AOL

    With 13 million downloads under the iTunes Music Store belt since the April 2003 launch, cavalier Jobs pledged his company will now sell 100 million songs by April 2004. Currently, Apple supports 200,000 titles but has machinations to offer more than 400,000 songs by the end of October. Like its...

    Provided By Jupitermedia

  • White Papers // Jun 2004

    The Rise of the Game Titans

    The article discusses about the online gaming. Videogames have become a media force on par with the television and motion picture industries. This year will see the number of intensive console and PC gamers in the U.S. grow to 40 million, according to Jupiter Research, and by 2009 that number...

    Provided By Jupitermedia

  • White Papers // Jan 2003

    Microsoft Releases New Anti-Piracy Software Toolkit

    This article summarizes and gives information about music copyright issues. Microsoft Corp. is out with a new software release that it says will enhance copyright protection for the music industry. Music CD sales slumped 11 percent last year in the U.S. and record labels continued to be bedeviled by the...

    Provided By Jupitermedia

  • White Papers // Mar 2006

    How to Set Up Successful SLAs

    The Service Level Agreement (SLA) is one of the most critical parts - if not the key element - of IT Service Management. But as important as they are, they also can be complicated to set up. And some say they can be tricky to get right. However, when administrators...

    Provided By Jupitermedia

  • White Papers // Feb 2006

    PHP Basics

    This introductory paper on PHP will explain what PHP is, how it works, and how a person can get started using it. PHP (Hypertext Preprocessor) is an open source, server-side, HTML embedded scripting language used to create dynamic Web pages. PHP script is embedded within a HTML document and the...

    Provided By Jupitermedia

  • White Papers // Jul 2006

    Preventing Internal Security Breaches

    Security is always on the minds of system administrators. As Intranets have evolved from glorified online cafeteria menus and corporate memos to robust information portals and mission critical applications, the bar has been raised to protect the castle from critters and other unwanted spooks that go bump in the night.

    Provided By Jupitermedia

  • White Papers // Sep 2006

    8 Steps to Better Incident Classification

    Incident classification and initial support and the activities carried out by service desk staff to determine how to work or route an incident for resolution. The IT Infrastructure Library (ITIL) covers classification very well. There are numerous checklists and samples available and most service management systems offer built-in assistance with...

    Provided By Jupitermedia

  • White Papers // Nov 2008

    Explore the Data Access Options in Visual Studio 2008: Visual Studio 2008 and .NET 3.5 Give Developers Substantially Increased Data Access Options

    In Visual Studio 2008 running on the .NET framework 3.5, developers can not only create DataReaders and DataSets; Microsoft has also added LINQ to SQL, Entity Framework, and ADO.NET Data Services, which leverages the first two. These new options of course, mean that the developer has new syntaxes to learn....

    Provided By Jupitermedia

  • White Papers // Oct 2008

    Creating Simple Firefox "Add-Ons" With Ubiquity: Developing Add-Ons for Firefox Can Be Tedious, But It's Not Hard

    Making add-ons for Firefox is not hard, but development can be tedious, especially as there is no formal development IDE for making them (Venkman comes closest, but it's not very close). So, if the developer creates a component, he or she has to build the XUL supports and overlays, bind...

    Provided By Jupitermedia

  • White Papers // Oct 2008

    An Integrated-Documentation Tool for Oracle Databases

    In an ideal world, all software and database systems would have clear documentation that is always up to date. In the real world, however, documentation usually is either non-existent or so out of date that it is misleading. This is especially true for legacy software systems that were developed before...

    Provided By Jupitermedia

  • White Papers // Oct 2008

    Location-Based Services Using CellID

    Past papers have discussed how to interface with GPS receivers to obtain the geographical position of a device and then transmit the information over to a server for mapping purposes. However, not all mobile devices today have built-in GPS receivers. Moreover, GPS does not work in-doors. This seriously limits the...

    Provided By Jupitermedia

  • White Papers // Oct 2008

    From Delegate to Lambda: The Key to Understanding Lambda Expressions Lies in Understanding Delegates

    Delegates play a tremendously important role in developing applications for the .NET Framework, especially when using C# or Visual Basic. Events, a special application of delegates, are used all over the framework. And the application and possibilities of delegates has only grown over time. C# 2.0 introduced the concept of...

    Provided By Jupitermedia

  • White Papers // Oct 2008

    A Spoonful of Governance for SOA

    Governance is one of those words that can strike fear into the heart of a software architect. Visions of endless meetings and committee reviews immediately give the developer that queasy feeling in the pit of their stomach. Process and overhead guarantee a slow down in an already tight project plan...

    Provided By Jupitermedia

  • White Papers // Oct 2008

    Exploring Secrets of .NET Keystroke Handling

    Few areas in .NET are seemingly as simple yet deceptively challenging as processing keyboard inputs. This situation is exacerbated because neither the MSDN documentation nor any of the excellent .NET support websites provide comprehensive, practical details about handling keystrokes. Enter Keystroke Sandbox, a small application developed just for this paper....

    Provided By Jupitermedia

  • White Papers // Sep 2008

    Getting Started With Android Development Using Eclipse

    Google has recently released the latest version of the Android SDK - version 0.9 beta. The Android 0.9 SDK beta brings developers a step closer to the final release that many developers are hoping to see before the end of the year. While the latest version of the SDK sports...

    Provided By Jupitermedia

  • White Papers // Sep 2008

    Create a Durable and Reliable WCF Service With MSMQ 4.0

    Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) endpoints often need to guarantee delivery. Take, for example, a WCF-based e-commerce application that accepts a credit card entry and performs some basic validation of the customer. At that point, the application must guarantee that the transaction gets processed. That's why developers have to ensure that...

    Provided By Jupitermedia

  • White Papers // Jul 2010

    Understanding Windows Mobile Security

    One topic the user really needs to understand when deploying Windows Mobile applications is security. Often, developers spend a lot of time developing and testing their applications on emulators. However, applications that are working perfectly on emulators often break mysteriously on real devices. A large part of this can be...

    Provided By Jupitermedia

  • White Papers // Jan 2003

    Pitch Power: Knowing Your Audience

    The main focus of this article is to know about audience. The pitch is your pick-up line to the journalist. In many cases, it's the first and last chance you have to make an impression. Even if you have a long-standing relationship with a writer, it is essential to craft...

    Provided By Jupitermedia