The XML 1.1 Bible When the first edition of the XML Bible was published about five years ago, XML was a promising technology with a small but growing niche. In the last half decade, it has absolutely exploded. XML no longer needs to be justified as a good idea. In fact, the question developers are asking has changed from "Why XML?" to "Why not XML?" Simon Jackson's Blog - Mastering Unity 2D Game DevelopmentAnimation Curves The following blog post, unless otherwise noted, was written by a member of Gamasutra’s community. The thoughts and opinions expressed are those of the writer and not Gamasutra or its parent company. In the run up to the launch of my first published title (a book this time) I’ve done some short snippets from some of the many exciting things you will learn within its pages. The sample project and code for this snippet can be found here: – AnimationCurves.zip *Edit – seems only 5 minutes since I posted this article and already we fine other useful frameworks to assist with using AnimationCurves on their own. This handy little project enables some interesting Editor enhancements to allow copying, pasting and even the extraction of animation steps from a curve.
Ross Anderson's Home Page Ross Anderson [Research] [Blog] [Politics] [My Book] [Music] [Contact Details] What's New Security protocols and evidence: where many payment systems fail analyses why dispute resolution is hard. Google Relaunches Instantiations Developer Tools - Now Available for Free (Cross-posted from the Google Web Toolkit blog) In early August, Google acquired Instantiations, a company known for its focus on Eclipse Java developer tools, including GWT Designer. We're happy to announce today that we're relaunching the following former Instantiations products under the Google name and making them available to all developers at no charge: GWT Designer Powerful Eclipse-based development tools that enable Java developers to quickly create Ajax user interfaces using Google Web Toolkit (GWT) CodePro AnalytiX Comprehensive automated software code quality and security analysis tools to improve software quality, reliability, and maintainability WindowBuilder Pro Java graphical user interface designer for Swing, SWT, GWT, RCP, and XWT UI frameworks WindowTester Pro Test GUI interactions within Java client rich applications for the SWT and Swing UI frameworks Now that these products are available again, we hope you’ll start using them within your GWT projects.
Comparison of firewalls Firewall software Ultimately, all firewalls are software-based, but some firewall solutions are provided as software solutions that run on general purpose operating systems. The following table lists different firewall software that can be installed / configured in different general purpose operating systems. Firewall appliances In general, a computer appliance is a computing device with a specific function and limited configuration ability, and a software appliance is a set of computer programs that might be combined with just enough operating system (JeOS) for it to run optimally on industry standard computer hardware or in a virtual machine. The following table lists different firewall appliances.
Tutorials: Graphic design tutorials on how-to design logos, brochures, websites, direct mail, and other types of print and digital marketing 1 View Do systems and rules stifle creativity and innovation? » History of Computer Security Early Computer Security Papers, Part I This list of papers was initially distributed on CD-ROM at NISSC '98. These papers are unpublished, seminal works in computer security. ASM Tutorial A Guide to DEBUG (Page Two) A DEBUG Tutorial Copyright©2005,2009 by Daniel B. Sedory This page may be freely copied for PERSONAL use ONLY ! ( It may NOT be used for ANY other purpose unless you have first contacted and received permission from the author! ) For a reminder of all the commands (and most of the parameters) that are available while inside of DEBUG, simply enter a question mark (?)
Comparison of antivirus software Legend The term "on-demand scan" refers to the possibility of performing a manual scan (by the user) on the entire computer/device, while "on-access scan" refers to the ability of a product to automatically scan every file at its creation and/or subsequent modification. The term "CloudAV" refers to the ability of a product to automatically perform scans on the cloud. The term "Web protection" usually includes protection from: infected and malicious URLs, phishing websites, online identity protection (privacy) and online banking protection. Many antivirus products use "third-party antivirus engine", this means that the antivirus engine is made by another producer, however the malware signature and/or other parts of the product may (or may not) be done from the owner of the product itself.
FIP Manual in PDF Format The Federal Identity Program (FIP) Manual is provided below in PDF format. These are large electronic files and are intended to be downloaded and printed. While these files are copies of the current FIP Manual, important updates on specific applications must be observed where they appear. If you cannot access these files, contact the FIP Coordinator in your organization for an alternative format. 1.0 Management Guide to Corporate Identity (August 1990)