Recently I ran into very interesting problem which I thought would take me just a couple of minutes to solve: protecting Apache CXF/ JAX-RS REST services with Spring Security in an application running inside embedded Jetty container
Everyone’s talking about the internet of things. They talk about smart lightbulbs programmed to glow purple when it rains, and smoke detectors that do email alerts, and routers that network our houses. But there’s one thing they’re not talk…
Now that we can declare dynamic objects in C#, how should we define our APIs? Typed, dynamic, mixed? In this session we will learn that sometimes it’s useful to create an API in two incarnations: as strong typed and dynamic one.
These days’ people demand much more from a phone, it’s the world fitted to your palm. Now every major website has a mobile, version, but the coding behind it is a very complicated and time consuming process to simplify the process and eliminate the need to write code yourself, you may take the help of these website creators.
Often during a web development project, one has to create a mockup of a web application that consists of multiple screens and multiple related panels in each screen. This has to be done without a server-side. The intention is to give the project owner a good sense of the behavior of the app and to demonstrate the app to potential users.
It has never been so easy to create rich media apps. With Webix, you have a possibility to embed media content in the library widgets. Besides, the library supports integration with third-party tools that will let you add Google Maps to your apps.