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  • google | Informatech CR Blog
    Instant Preview JSONP Data URIs http googlecode blogspot com 2010 11 instant previews under hood html 9 933333 84 083333 Share this Email Facebook Twitter Like this Like Loading January 6 2011 by pjpalm801 Categories Programming Web Tags data uri google instant preview jsonp Leave a comment Post navigation Create a free website or blog at WordPress com The Ari Theme Informatech CR Blog Blog at WordPress com The Ari

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  • instant preview | Informatech CR Blog
    Google pulled off Instant Preview JSONP Data URIs http googlecode blogspot com 2010 11 instant previews under hood html 9 933333 84 083333 Share this Email Facebook Twitter Like this Like Loading January 6 2011 by pjpalm801 Categories Programming Web Tags data uri google instant preview jsonp Leave a comment Post navigation Blog at WordPress com The Ari Theme Informatech CR Blog Blog at WordPress com The Ari Theme Follow

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  • Ruby on Windows, Now Easier | Informatech CR Blog
    of setup and use that all the rest of us have long enjoyed http www engineyard com blog 2011 ruby on windows the last frontier 9 933333 84 083333 Share this Email Facebook Twitter Like this Like Loading Related January 4 2011 by pjpalm801 Categories Programming Web Tags ruby windows 2 Comments Post navigation HOW TO Win the War for the Most Talented Employees 2010 The year the Future arrived 2 thoughts on Ruby on Windows Now Easier Oscar Marin says January 4 2011 at 9 52 pm I think the link is broken or not working from my iPad But what about IronRuby have you tried that And the beauty of RoR is its testability what do you guys use Rspec Reply michaelholst says January 5 2011 at 11 36 am Link fixed We re not currently using RSpec as most of our code is for basic UI events Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here Please log in using one of these methods to post your comment Email required Address never made public Name required Website You are commenting using your WordPress com account Log Out Change You are commenting using your Twitter account Log

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  • ruby | Informatech CR Blog
    the continued momentum of Ruby Windows users need the ease of setup and use that all the rest of us have long enjoyed http www engineyard com blog 2011 ruby on windows the last frontier 9 933333 84 083333 Share this Email Facebook Twitter Like this Like Loading January 4 2011 by pjpalm801 Categories Programming Web Tags ruby windows 2 Comments What kind of webapp could you do in 48 hours One like this perhaps Or like this How about 180 web applications done in 48 hours Sound impossible well think again The Rails Rumble competition is currently going on and the results are astounding There is no perfect web framework but clearly if you want results fast and elegantly Ruby on Rails has much street cred going for it If 180 apps don t convince you then perhaps our own personal experience might help the Informatech cr web page is being developed in Rails We not only created the site but also learned Rails along the way We ll probably post in full detail our experience later but suffice to say we only have a couple of people on it and while not exempt from the occasional frustration or quirk the speed at which you can make changes or add features is very good The fact that you can start immediately with a working project is a huge plus and because there is no compile build deploy cycle means you can iterate faster Another important point our hardware a 256 MB RAM Ubuntu image on the Rackspace Cloud While clearly Ruby or Rails are not for everyone if you can grok them you ll probably increase your web development productivity in most cases 9 933333 84 083333 Share this Email Facebook Twitter Like this Like Loading October 22 2010

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  • windows | Informatech CR Blog
    were a great start but have long since been abandoned For the continued momentum of Ruby Windows users need the ease of setup and use that all the rest of us have long enjoyed http www engineyard com blog 2011 ruby on windows the last frontier 9 933333 84 083333 Share this Email Facebook Twitter Like this Like Loading January 4 2011 by pjpalm801 Categories Programming Web Tags ruby windows

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  • Web | Informatech CR Blog | Page 2
    can iterate faster Another important point our hardware a 256 MB RAM Ubuntu image on the Rackspace Cloud While clearly Ruby or Rails are not for everyone if you can grok them you ll probably increase your web development productivity in most cases 9 933333 84 083333 Share this Email Facebook Twitter Like this Like Loading October 22 2010 by pjpalm801 Categories Informatech Programming Web Tags rails ruby rumble Leave a comment The Web is Dead There has been a lot of talk pretty much everywhere regarding the recent emergence of App Stores or Markets Some people have even claimed that the Web is dead I don t agree but first let s get some historical perspective Everything old is new again When did we start going ga ga all over again for native applications most written in Objective C no less Hasn t installing apps on devices been around forever remember Palms PocketPCs Java ME Wasn t it cast in stone that the shift to the Web for everything was inevitable and contenders of this approach were merely playing for time Well with numbers like these for the Apple App Store there is a huge disruption of that mantra and the scale of previous device apps 250 000 available 6 500 000 000 downloads as of Oct 20 2010 Google is behind but expect it to rise hugely in the future given the runaway success of Android What happened In a word iPhone Not the first smartphone but it s touch interface was revolutionary However few people remember that the original plan was not to have an iPhone SDK in 2007 and the proposed way of marketing applications was this In a rarity Steve Jobs actually backtracked and announced a native SDK for third party apps So then why are we consuming so many apps on our devices now Let s examine a few points Tight integration in the hardware is allowing use of those nice 3D graphics sensors gyros compass and GPS something webapps are barely getting off the ground now Portability of the device is always a plus ie Nintendo portables always outsell home consoles It also demands that the app respond faster and be launchable easier Visual appeal Buttons images tabs they all look nice and respond quickly Development of rich interfaces is easier For all I love the Web dealing with browser incompatibilities and CSS rendering issues is not fun All that is good and true but don t desktop apps on the Mac Linux and Windows also access the hardware fully Don t some of them have nice UIs What s the catalyst for all this interest The answer in my opinion is convenience KISS Yep what users of apt get have known for years relatively easy installation of native applications via the Internet is very desirable I think all of us might ve moved to webapps for email news etc because the administration and acquiring of desktop apps was just inconvenient another good

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  • About Us | Informatech CR Blog
    it would be easier to follow via rss if you could publish summary feeds instead of all of articles Reply Leave a Reply to Omer Dogan oddomer Cancel reply Enter your comment here Please log in using one of these methods to post your comment Email required Address never made public Name required Website You are commenting using your WordPress com account Log Out Change You are commenting using your

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  • Java Basics III | Informatech CR Blog
    compatible with the returned value 3 3 2 Method Parameters Method parameters are the variables that appear in the definition of a method and specify the type and number of values that a method can accept No limit exists on the number of parameters that can be put within a method but it is not a good practice to use more than five or six A parameter that can accept variable arguments can be defined with ellipsis The ellipsis indicates that the method parameter may be passed as an array or multiple comma separated values It can only be done once per method and must be the last variable in the parameter list Public int daysOff int days Int daysOff 0 for int i 0 i lt days length i daysOff days i return daysOff 3 3 3 Return Statement This statement is used to exit from a method with or without a value If a method returns a value the return statement must be followed by a return value Methods that do not return a value void are not required to define a return statement The return statement must be the last statement to execute in a method the compiler will fail to compile if there s code after it void setNumber double val return val 3 return must be the last statement to execute nbsp void setNumber2 double val if val lt 0 return return is the last statement to be executed else val In this scenario the return statement is not the last statement but it will be the last statement to execute when the parameter val is less than zero 3 4 Create an overloaded method Overloaded methods are methods with the same name defined In the same class but with different argument lists For example the System out println accepts different types of parameters int intVal 10 boolean boolVal false String name eJava System out println intVal prints an integer System out println boolVal prints a boolean System out println name prints a string 3 4 1 Argument list The argument lists of an overloaded method can differ in terms of any of these options Change in the number of parameters that are accepted Change in the types of parameters that are accepted Change in the positions of the parameters that are accepted based on parameter type not variable names double calcAverage int marks1 double marks2 return marks1 marks2 2 0 double calcAverage int marks1 int marks2 int marks3 return marks1 marks2 marks3 3 0 In the previous example the methods differ in the number of parameters class MyClass double calcAverage double marks1 int marks2 return marks1 marks2 2 0 double calcAverage int marks1 double marks2 return marks1 marks2 2 0 public static void main String args MyClass myClass new MyClass myClass calcAverage 2 3 compiler can t determine method to use Because int can be passed to a variable type of double the values 2 and 3 can be passed to both methods in

    Original URL path: http://blog.informatech.cr/2015/08/02/java-basics-iii/?shared=email&msg=fail (2015-08-19)
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