October 20, 2014
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Getting Started with JasperReport
Manoj Debnath shows you how to get started with JasperReport, with a simple yet effective hands-on example.
Tags : Java, API, report, library
Java SE 8 and the New Date and Time Library
The new Java SE 8 API, JSR-310, is designed to replace the existing Date and Calendar classes, incorporating ideas from Joda-Time. Read on for a brief overview over the new Date and Time API and some ready to use examples.
Tags : Java SE, API, DATE, Time, datetime function
Manipulating a Database with JDBC
Learn how to manipulate database records with the help of the Java Database Connectivity (JDBC) API.
Tags : Java, database, JDBC, API, application
7 Things You Should Know About the Geolocation API
Discover seven key things you should know about the Geolocation API in order to use it in your web applications.
Tags : API, application, geolocation, location
Java Automation Using Core Java
Automating Java Applications doesn't adhere to one solution fits all. Learn how to consolidate the process of coming up with an API that can be easily used to automate any Java application.
Tags : Java, API, application, automate
Manage Concurrent Access to JPA Entity with Locking
Learn how to handle concurrent access to entity data, and the locking strategies available to JPA API.
Tags : API, JPA, LOCKING, Java EE 7
Working with Proximity APIs in Windows Phone 8
Microsoft introduced support for proximity APIs in Windows Phone 8. Join Vipul Patel as he walks you through the fundamentals of working with proximity APIs in applications, targeting the Windows Phone 8 platform.
Tags : API, Microsoft, Windows Phone 8
Android Encryption with the Android Cryptography API
Need to program with the Android Cryptography APIs? Read this tutorial to find resources, check which algorithms your device supports, and see examples of AES and RSA algorithms.
Tags : API, Android, encrypt, encryption, RSA, cryptography, AES, algorithms
Working with Bluetooth APIs in Windows Phone 8
With the release of Windows Phone 8, Microsoft introduced support for using Bluetooth APIs in Windows Phone 8 applications. This article walks Windows Phone developers through the fundamentals of working with Bluetooth APIs in applications targeting Windows Phone 8 platform.
Tags : API, applications, Bluetooth, Windows Phone 8
Reading from an SD Card in Windows Phone 8 Applications
Microsoft introduced support for accessing SD card contents in the Windows Phone 8 release. This article walks Windows Phone developers through the fundamentals of building a Windows Phone 8 application that can use the storage APIs to read from SD card. 
Tags : API, application, SD Card, Storage, Windows Phone 8
Setting up the Amazon Mobile App SDK Eclipse Plugin
The Amazon Mobile App SDK Eclipse Plugin allows you to easily integrate Amazon APIs into your Android Eclipse project, as well as add or remove Amazon APIs from your project.
Tags : Amazon, Eclipse, API, Android, SDK, mobile app, plugin
Using the File API Outside the Sandbox in Chrome Packaged Apps
Sure you know how to read and write files in the sandbox using a standard file API. Learn how to step outside the sandbox and work with files anywhere on the disk!
Tags : API, Chrome, sandbox, Chrome Packaged Apps
Getting Started with the Amazon In-App Purchasing API
See how to use the Amazon In-App Purchasing API to make it easy to offer digital content and subscriptions including in-game currency, expansion packs, upgrades, magazine issues and more. You can be up and running in minutes!
Tags : Amazon, API, gaming, In-app Purchasing
Using the Location API in Your Windows Phone 8 Applications
Windows Phone 8 allows application developers to build applications that can use the device’s physical location. This article walks through the steps of building a mock application, which utilizes the location API.
Tags : API, location, Windows Phone 8
Why Your API Strategy Requires Lifecycle Thinking
Executing an API strategy isn't as simple as hanging a shingle on the web; however, it has the potential to link you to vast new user communities for building brand, driving usage, transacting business, and more!
Tags : SOA, API
Oracle Updates Java SE and JavaFX
The new release makes Java available for devices with ARM processors.
Tags : Oracle, Java SE, API, JavaFX, ARM
AT&T to Release Watson APIs in June
The new tools will allow developers to add AT&T's voice recognition technology to their apps.
Tags : API, AT&T, voice recognition, app development, Watson
Oracle Proposes Cloud Management API Based on Open Standards
The proposed Oracle Cloud API could lead to a "single pane of glass" organizations can use to manage various cloud infrastructure elements.
Tags : Oracle, API, cloud management, Open Standards
Create Custom Web-based Graphs with the Google Chart API and PHP
Presenting data visually can quickly reveal crucial trends. Learn how to use the Google Chart API in conjunction with PHP to create a variety of useful charts.
Tags : PHP, chart, Google, API
Creating Windows 7 Jump Lists With The API Code Pack and Visual Studio 2008
One of the most clearly visible new features in Windows 7 is the new taskbar. Read on to learn how you can use jump lists from your C# applications with help from the Windows API Code Pack.
Tags : API, Microsoft, Visual Studio, Jump Lists
Connecting to IBM FileNet 4.0 Outside of a Java Application Server
Learn about IBM FileNet 4.0 and how to use its Java API to connect to an enterprise Content and Business Process Management product.
Tags : API
Records Management for Microsoft Office SharePoint Server
The Records Center is an important MOSS (Microsoft Office SharePoint Server) component for companies that need to save critical or legally sensitive information. Discover how to create a Records Center then secure its contents with the MOSS Object Model and one of its default WebServices.
Tags : API
Visual Basic 6 Win32 API Tutorial
Visual Basic 6 Win32 API Tutorial Visual Basic does an excellent job of letting developers build sophisticated Windows applications in a relatively short amount of time. This allows one to quickly build prototypes for end-users to evaluate and test, which can accelerate the development cycle. However, this ease of use does have its disadvantages. By shielding the programmer from the low-level Win32 calls, s/he may not be able to optimize certain functions and/or perform some tasks that the users have requested.
Tags : API, Visual Basic 6
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