xplore:in_web [LCG Wiki] X-plore in Web browser This function allows you to access files on your Android device from a Web browser on a PC connected to same local network as your Android device (typically over WiFi). The goal is to completely manage files on your device comfortably from inside a web browser. libjingle Developer Guide - Google Talk for Developers The libjingle SDK consists of C++ source code and documentation that enable you to design applications that connect and exchange data across a network (peer to peer data connections). The SDK contains code and sample applications, a Visual Studio 2005 solution file for compiling on Windows computers, configuration and makefiles for other operating systems and compilers, and compilation instructions. Note that the code has some external dependencies (for instance, the voice chat sample has dependencies on Linphone or GIPS VoiceEngine Lite, depending on your platform).
Runbook In a computer system or network, a runbook is a routine compilation of procedures and operations that the system administrator or operator carries out. System administrators in IT departments and NOCs use runbooks as a reference. Runbooks can be in either electronic or in physical book form. Typically, a runbook contains procedures to begin, stop, supervise, and debug the system. Obsolete Microkernel Dooms Mac OS X to Lag Linux in Performance Disagreements exist about whether or not microkernels are good. It's easy to get the impression they're good because they were proposed as a refinement after monolithic kernels. Microkernels are mostly discredited now, however, because they have performance problems, and the benefits originally promised are a fantasy. The microkernel zealot believes that several cooperating system processes should take over the monolithic kernel's traditional jobs. These several system processes are isolated from each other with memory protection, and this is the supposed benefit.
Why sign in to Chrome - Google Chrome Help When you're signed in to Chrome on different devices, you can sync bookmarks, history, passwords, and other settings across them. Learn how to sign in to Chrome. To help keep your data private: Only sign in to Chrome from trusted devices. Don't sign in to Chrome on a public or shared device. Choose what to sync & how to protect it BlacklistsAndWhitelists - WebGL Public Wiki In order to provide the best user experience, browsers may selectively enable or disable support for WebGL, or certain sub-features, in certain situations. This special treatment is typically used to work around stability or conformance problems. The rules in these blacklists and whitelists are currently browser-specific, although work is underway to share them between browsers.
Overview - Google Cloud Platform The Photofeed sample Java app demonstrates the use of several Google Cloud platform products in one application to provide a media sharing and management solution. It runs on App Engine and for datastore uses your choice of either the App Engine non SQL Datastore or Google Cloud SQL to store photo metadata and comments about the photos. The actual photo binaries (blobs) are stored in Google Cloud Storage (GCS) regardless of which datastore you choose. (The datastore choice is a build-time choice made via build properties prior to compiling the app; the default is the non SQL App Engine Datastore.) In addition to showing how to use Google Cloud products to support the media sharing solution, the sample provides a variety of useful insights and techniques. For example, because the sample implements the same storage functionality using two different storage products (App Engine non SQL datastore and Google Cloud SQL), the code provides a real-world "side-by-side" comparison.
24C3: Inside the Mac OS X Kernel Many buzzwords are associated with Mac OS X: Mach kernel, microkernel, FreeBSD kernel, C++, 64 bit, UNIX... and while all of these apply in some way, "XNU", the Mac OS X kernel is neither Mach, nor FreeBSD-based, it's not a microkernel, it's not written in C++ and it's not 64 bit - but it is UNIX... but just since recently. This talk intends to clear up the confusion by presenting details of the Mac OS X kernel architecture, its components Mach, BSD and I/O-Kit, what's so different and special about this design, and what the special strengths of it are. The talk first illustrates the history behind BSD and Mach, how NEXT combined these technologies in the 1980s, and how Apple extended them in the late 1990 after buying NEXT.
Fusion Tables - Gather, visualize, and share data tables online Bust your data out of its silo! Get more from data with Fusion Tables. Fusion Tables is an experimental data visualization web application to gather, visualize, and share data tables. Application Development and Deployment in the Hybrid Cloud Your Collaborative Software Delivery Platform CollabNet TeamForge® is the industry's only open and extensible collaborative software delivery platform for distributed teams. It enables organizations to improve collaboration, agility and governance by connecting teams, processes, IP and tools via a centralized, secure, web-based system. With TeamForge, your entire organization can collaborate and become more agile at scale. And it scales to tens of thousands of users.
Category:Free package management systems This is a category of articles relating to software which can be freely used, copied, studied, modified, and redistributed by everyone that obtains a copy: "free software" or "open source software". Typically, this means software which is distributed with a free software license, and whose source code is available to anyone who receives a copy of the software. Subcategories This category has only the following subcategory. Pages in category "Free package management systems" The following 39 pages are in this category, out of 39 total.
Latitude Google Latitude was retired on August 9th, 2013. Products retired include Google Latitude in Google Maps for Android, Latitude for iPhone, the Latitude API, the public badge, the iGoogle Gadget, and the Latitude website at maps.google.com/latitude. What does this mean for me? You are no longer able to share your location using Latitude. We haven’t included Latitude as a feature in the latest version of Google Maps for mobile on Android and you can no longer see Latitude for iPhone on the App Store. Using Images and Videos - 11g Release 1 (11.1.1) This chapter describes how to quickly find, group, convert, and download images and videos of various sizes, formats, and resolutions from within Oracle WebCenter Content Server using the Digital Asset Manager functionality. This functionality is installed but disabled by default. Your system administrator chooses whether to enable this functionality for your site. The chapter covers the following topics: 10.1 About Digital Asset Manager