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New Series JavaScript: The New Parts

JavaScript programming language is the most popular implementation of the ECMAScript specification. Recently, version 6 was released. This new series explains all that you need to know about the new parts. JavaScript has…

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Cliche: Speeding up Command Line Interface Development

Cliche is a small Java library that makes it simple to create interactive command line user interfaces. Recently, I was evaluating CLI frameworks in Java and went through some of the commonly tried…

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Data Structures Made Easy with Java Collections

This article introduces the reader to Java Collections, which is a framework that provides an architecture for collecting and manipulating a group of objects. Operations such as searching, sorting, insertion, manipulation, deletion, etc,…

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Working with Underscore JavaScript Templates

This article is targeted at front-end developers and takes the reader on a tour of Underscore.js, which is an easy-to-learn JavaScript library. Web based applications are very popular due to cross-platform support. They…

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Creating an Audio and Video Player Using JPlayer

This tutorial walks the reader through the process of creating a basic audio/video player on a website and then customising it to add more features. The tutorial carries the required code and so…

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Fundamental of Java Multi-threading

This article explains what threads are in Java. It elaborates on their uses and on how to implement them, while discussing their life cycle. In a multi-tasking environment, having multiple threads helps the…

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Need a Backend For Your App? Here’s Parse to the Rescue!

Discover Parse, which allows mobile app developers to forget about server maintenance and complex infrastructure, and instantly add push notifications, data storage and social integration to their apps. Read on… With the advent…

The CloudSim Framework: Modelling and Simulating the Cloud Environment

CloudSim provides a generalised and extensible simulation framework that enables seamless modelling and simulation of app performance. By using CloudSim, developers can focus on specific systems design issues that they want to investigate,…

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Learn How to Write Apps for the Firefox OS

Recently, Mozilla released its first line of phones, which run the Firefox OS. In case you haven’t heard about it, the Firefox OS is a standalone Web-centric operating system in which the development…

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Set Up Your Own Chat Server

Chatting and Instant Messaging applications are used regularly at workplaces and for personal reasons. So how about setting up your own chat server? This article shows you how… Let’s use Openfire, a cross-platform, open…

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