AngularJS Programming Cookbook

Nov 10 19:21:49 by webuilddesign.com

Kick-start your AngularJS projects with these hot recipes! AngularJS (commonly referred to as “Angular”) is an open-source web application framework maintained by Google and by a community of individual developers and corporations to address many of the challenges encountered in developing single-page applications. It aims to simplify both the development... The post AngularJS Programming Cookbook appeared first on WBD.

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Database Anonymization for Testing

Nov 15 15:02:33 by dzone.com

How do you create a database for testing that is like your production database? It depends on how you want the test database to be "like" the production one. Replacing Sensitive Data Companies often use an old version of their production database for testing. But what if the production database has sensitive information that software developers and testers should not have access to?

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OpenStack adoption grows into multi-cloud formations

Nov 11 15:48:00 by www.zdnet.com

The open source cloud platform sees a rise in unique installations, as well as more integration with commercial clouds.

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Why Multi-Tenancy Is Critical for Your Data Pipeline

Nov 13 6:01:03 by dzone.com

Multi-tenancy is not a new concept — in the early days of computing in the 1960s, time-sharing emerged as a way to share the cost of expensive computer hardware among multiple departments or even companies. That initial concept went through many evolutions that ultimately led to multi-tenancy. According to Wikipedia, multi-tenancy means, "a software architecture in which a single instance of software runs on a server and serves multiple tenants" — a contrast with monolithic, single-tenant applications which can only service one user at a time. The cost efficiencies possible with multi-tenancy made it appealing, but what has brought it into the mainstream is the rise of software-as-a-service (SaaS) applications and cloud computing. SaaS and cloud applications often need to service thousands and even hundreds of thousands of clients, something that would be nearly impossible without a multi-tenant architecture; the cost and complexity of operating and scaling without multi-tenancy would be crippling.

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Azure Functions, App Service Go On-Premises

Nov 8 19:45:00 by visualstudiomagazine.com

Two cloud development services -- Azure Functions and Azure App Service -- are now available on Azure Stack, which brings cloud functionality to on-premises, hybrid implementations.

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Article: What Is "Cloud-native" Data and Why Does It Matter?

Nov 2 22:15:00 by www.infoq.com

We know what "cloud-native apps" are, but what about the data services they depend on? In this article, we look at ten characteristics of cloud-native data and the implications of each. By Richard Seroter

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When the Cloud Goes Down

Oct 31 18:10:00 by www.itbusinessedge.com

When inevitable outages occur on the cloud, the enterprise is still responsible for maintaining IT services.

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ASP.NET Core Caching in Practice

Nov 15 5:45:45 by rehansaeed.com

Muhammad Rehan Saeed describes some caching strategies which can be used with ASP.NET Core.

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Localization & Configuration in ASP.NET Core 2.0: Part 1 - JSON Request Culture Provider

Nov 9 5:35:03 by www.hishambinateya.com

Hisham Bin Ateya uses a JSON file to specify the current cultures for a ASP.NET Core application and manage the localization resources in this 2-part series.

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SQL With Visual Studio Code

Nov 8 19:01:24 by dzone.com

Writing SQL queries is typically done with SQL Management Studio (SSMS). However, this tool is a bit of a beast, so let's look at how you could use Visual Studio Code instead. Visual Studio Code is a free text editor — but it is so much more than just a text editor. Let's see how. (By the way, VS Code can be downloaded from here.)

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