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Oracle Forms Recipes

Oracle Forms Recipes

Vinish Kapoor | Computer Sciences
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More than 50 recipes on Oracle Forms topic like Dynamic Lovs, Alerts, Triggers, Timers, Reports etc.Displaying some recipes titles below from the book:Checking For User Permissions Before Updating or Inserting The Records in Oracle Forms.An Example of Pre-Query and Post-Query Triggers in Oracle...

Rust Programming Tutorial

Rust Programming Tutorial

Apriorit Inc. | Computer Sciences
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This Rust Programming Language Tutorial and feature overview is prepared by system programming professionals. The Tutorial goes in-depth about the main features of the Rust programming language, provides examples of their implementation, and a brief comparative analysis with C++ language in...

The Dummies' Guide to Compiler Design

The Dummies' Guide to Compiler Design

Rosina S Khan | Computer Sciences
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This book is useful for those who are interested in knowing the underlying principles of a Compiler that is used for compiling high-level programming languages. This book actually guides you step by step in a lucid and simple way how to design a compiler ultimately. I am guessing you have...

Basics with Windows PowerShell V2

Basics with Windows PowerShell V2

Prometheus MMS | Computer Sciences
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Microsoft designed PowerShell to automate system tasks, such as batch processing, and to create systems management tools for commonly implemented processes.

Whitepaper – How to launch a mobile app successfully!

Whitepaper – How to launch a mobile app successfully!

RG Infotech | Computer Sciences
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This e-paper contains the details about how can you make your mobile app launch successful through considering different things. To make it easier to go through, we have broken these points into three segments – Before Launch, During Launch, and After Launch.

Bitcoin and Cryptocoin Technologies

Bitcoin and Cryptocoin Technologies

Srinivas R Rao | Computer Sciences
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A classic disposition of a book which really has put in a great deal of substance in it as an eBook and a real structured book.Please see the contents and read them clearly with the figures given in each chapter clearly and read them . Memorize them , the concepts clearly......then u can easily...

Skip a heartbeat: OpenSSL Heartbleed Vulnerability & Prediction of Exploitation

Skip a heartbeat: OpenSSL Heartbleed Vulnerability & Prediction of Exploitation

Mehak Bashir | Computer Sciences
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Skip a heartbeat: OpenSSL heartbleed vulnerability & prediction of exploitation based on CVSS using naive bayes algorithm.

Java 3D Programming

Java 3D Programming

Daniel Selman | Computer Sciences
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Java 3D is a client−side Java application programming interface (API) developed at Sun Microsystems for rendering interactive 3D graphics using Java. Using Java 3D you will be able to develop richly interactive 3D applications, ranging from immersive games to scientific visualization applications.

NoSQL Database

NoSQL Database

Christof Strauch | Computer Sciences
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A NoSQL database environment is, simply put, a non-relational and largely distributed database system that enables rapid, ad-hoc organization and analysis of extremely high-volume, disparate data types. NoSQL databases are sometimes referred to as cloud databases, non-relational databases, Big...

The Tiny Book of Rules

The Tiny Book of Rules

Johan Falk | Computer Sciences
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Rules is a module usually used to automate actions on your Drupal site. Rules can react on events occurring on your site – such as a user logging in or a node being created – and perform customized follow-up actions such as redirecting to a certain page or setting field values. Optionally...