Howdy! That’s what my Architect says, whenever he starts the daily scrum. I am saying the same as I am writing an article after a long time. That’s a shortcoming from my side as I haven’t learnt anything new or worth sharing for a long time now! All those years, I am shamelessly taking inspiration from others, without contributing much.
Download sourceThere is nothing like a great Sunday brunch buffet. You can truly have it all, from all-you-can-eat buffets in fancy hotel digs to the plethora of bottomless items to consume. A variety of breakfast-lunch treats await you; mimosas and bloody marys, eggs Benedict, omelets, scrambled eggs, French toast, Belgian waffles, bagels, pasta, chicken, seafood, and carved prime rib. The list is endless. The only limitations are your budget and how much you can and want to eat.
This article is second in series for learning Dart language, the new kid in the block. Dart Team are upgrading language almost at same pace of Dot Net Core. With Flutter making its main language for app development, I believe it would be in main stream soon.
Disclaimer: This article uses material published on Diligent Engine web site.This post talks about graphics APIs, so some knowledge of Direct3D11, Direct3D12, OpenGL or Vulkan is desirable.
Object Relational Mapping is the process of mapping data types between an object-oriented language as C++ to a relational type system as SQL. So what is the challenge? C++ has different types of primitive types as,intchar, float, double and variations of that. So it’s a real challenge to map all these to an actual SQL type. There may be or may not be an exact type that is similar to the C++ types. Say for,float C++ and SQL may support a different kind of standards too. So there are different tools to do this job. There are a lot of matured libraries too out there in the market. ODB is one that is really nice.
They say that “necessity is the mother of invention”, well necessity and sometimes an itch to do the same yourself. This is how TorpedoSync came about, from the use of other software to sync “My Documents” across my machines and finding them troubling. Hence the immortal cry “I can do better!”.
I start out by using bitsync which then became resilio sync (a free-mium product) which I liked at first but then became a real memory and disk space hog.
After searching a lot, I came across syncthing which is open source and written in go, which I found seemed to be connecting to the internet and was not as nice to use as resilio.
At this point I gave up and decided to write my own.
In this article, let’s see how to create our own ASP.NET Core Blazor Master Detail HTML CRUD (Insert, Update, Select and Delete) for both Master and Detail Grid with Sorting and Filtering using Entity Framework, and Web API.
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In most business applications, you are going to want to disable, or make invisible, different features such as menu items, buttons and other UI items, based on who is logged in and what roles or permissions they have. Angular does not have anything built-in to help you with this, so you must create it yourself. There are two different pieces to security you must worry about with Angular applications. First, you must develop the client-side security, which is the subject of this article. Second, you must secure your Web API calls, which will be the subject of another article.
This article is the continuation of a StackOverflow question asked by SimpleVar: “Generating permutations of a set (most efficiently)”. It shows many fast implementation of permutation algorithm. There is also a contribution by providing a unique way to index permutation allowing to get a specific permutation based on lexicographical order.
Overloaded Operators to write concise code on STL Set Algorithms
How to use SAML in an Angular JS Single Page Application hosted on AWS
This article describes the process of setting up Single-Sign-On (SSO) for a Node.js website hosted on Amazon Web Services and configuring Elastic Beanstalk for HTTPS.