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Hyper.app Note: on the main process, plugins are registered as soon as possible (we fire onLoad). On the browser, it's up to the user to trigger their load by pressing command+R. We put the user in control of the loading in this way to prevent them from losing critical work by extensions that reset state or don't preserve it correctly. Portal:Java Java Platform, Micro Edition Java ME was designed by Sun Microsystems, acquired by Oracle Corporation in 2010; the platform replaced a similar technology, PersonalJava. Originally developed under the Java Community Process as JSR 68, the different flavors of Java ME have evolved in separate JSRs. Sun provides a reference implementation of the specification, but has tended not to provide free binary implementations of its Java ME runtime environment for mobile devices, rather relying on third parties to provide their own. As of 22 December 2006, the Java ME source code is licensed under the GNU General Public License, and is released under the project name phoneME. As of 2008, all Java ME platforms are currently restricted to JRE 1.3 features and use that version of the class file format (internally known as version 47.0).

Blog By Valeri Karpov, Kernel Tools engineer at MongoDB and and co-founder of the Ascot Project. A few weeks ago, a friend of mine asked me for help with PostgreSQL. As someone who’s been blissfully SQL-­free for a year, I was quite curious to find out why he wasn’t just using MongoDB instead. It turns out that he thinks MongoDB is too difficult to use for a quick weekend hack, and this couldn’t be farther from the truth.

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Full-Stack JavaScript With MEAN And Yeoman Introduction A trend proliferating amongst prototypers in the Angular community is full-stack JavaScript development via the MEAN stack. The acronym stands for: (M)ongoDB – a noSQL document datastore which uses JSON-style documents to represent data, (E)xpress – a HTTP server framework on top of Node, (A)ngular – as you know, the JS framework offering declarative, two-way databinding for webapps and (N)ode – the platform built on V8’s runtime for easily building fast, scalable network applications. Supporters of the stack claim the use of JavaScript all the way down increases productivity and it’s hard to dispute that this notion is pretty appealing. You get consistent models across the stack and consistent best practices in many cases too. For example, in the case of Mongo – you can store documents in a JSON-like format (BSON – Binary JSON objects), author JSON queries in Express/Node and pass these JSON documents back to an Angular powered frontend.

Insisting on Core Development Principles The web community talks a lot about best practices in design and development: methodologies that are key to reaching and retaining users, considerate design habits, and areas that we as a community should focus on. Article Continues Below But let’s be honest—there are a lot of areas to focus on. Charting the Linux Anatomy by Ed Stephenson 01/29/2001 It wasn't until Tim O'Reilly cut a cross section into an apple that the concept came together. Sitting in the marketing design department at O'Reilly & Associates one day last year, Tim picked up an X-Acto Knife and, slicing to the apple's core, he began to describe how all the disparate components of Linux fit neatly together. At the center is the kernel, and surrounding it is the fruit--layer upon layer of utilities and applications that make the system a viable whole. After that demonstration, the editorial and marketing design groups moved ahead, eventually putting in 450 man-hours over a period of eight months for, of all things, a poster to announce O'Reilly's 2001 Open Source Software Convention.

Introduction to the MEAN Stack [video] Introduction to the MEAN Stack [video] At Smashing Boxes, we encourage our developers to teach the rest of our team about trending technologies, innovative concepts, and new workflows that they are interested in or testing out. Twice a month, our developers all gather together at lunch to learn about a new topic, we called them Lunch and Learns (catchy right?). We wanted to show the world how awesome our developers and share their knowledge with you by making these Lunch and Learns G+ Hangouts on Air.

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