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ZooKeeper

Apache ZooKeeper is an open-source server which enables highly reliable distributed coordination. It helps us by providing a distributed synchronization service that can be used for maintaining configuration information, naming, group service and other
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Visual C++ for Linux Development

Visual C++ for Linux Development is the Visual Studio 2015’s extension by Microsoft that lets us write C++ code in Visual Studio for Linux machines and devices. It connects to the machine or device over SSH and uses machine / device’ g++, gdb and gdbserver

MongoDB and Mongoose

Part 1: Node and Express Part 2: RESTful Api with Express Part 3: This Post Lets complete our RESTful api with Express using the database; MongoDB is the widely used database engine in Node world given its also a part of MEAN stack! Once its installed;
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RESTful Api with Express

We need a RESTful api for the Ember app that we made in Introduction to Express series, in real world there are two options, either we already have a backend in place, or we need to create accompanying backend for our SPA (Single Page Application). Express
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Node and Express

In the Introduction to Ember series; we had been using NPM and Node based CLI (Command Line Interface) tools; lets find out what Node is and why Express JS is that popular. Lets launch the NODE command prompt and run >node and we can start writing
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Ember: Master Detail and Round-tripping

Part 0: Getting Started with Ember JS Part 1: Hello Ember-CLI Part 2: Getting Started with Ember-CLI Part 3: Getting Started with Ember-CLI-Mirage Part 4: This Post Lets go deep and add Master Detail and Round-tripping into our Ember application that
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Getting Started with Ember-CLI-Mirage

In the previous post; Getting Started with Ember-CLI ; we got introduced to Mirage; a client side mock server for development. Lets use it bit further; it has factories; collection of js files that gets called in the config.js; there is a sample contact.js
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Getting Started with Ember-CLI

In the previous Hello Ember-CLI post; we created a simple project with one model and its associated router and template. Lets continue working from there! If we add model() {} and return something from there in the router (controller); the returned object
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Hello Ember-CLI

Ember is a MVC JavaScript library and is one component of a complete front end stack built and supported by Ember Core Team. The other components of the stack are Ember CLI, Ember Data, Ember Inspector, Fastboot and Liquid Fire. Ember Inspector is a Chrome
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Getting Started with Ember JS

In my opinion, finding the sweet balance between the two extremes; fully compiled web app (well produced music record) and javascript based dynamic web apps (live performance); is the right way to go! A while ago; we were asked to add new features into
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Real-world Entity Framework :: Generating Entities from Existing Database

Code First workflow is cool; but in real world; you don’t start from scratch every day! For such new cool things; often; you have to create space in existing projects and solutions. With Entity Framework 6; you can mix Code First’ DbContext and Model

Real-world Entity Framework :: Mixing DbContext and ObjectContext

Entity Framework 4 had the POCO (Plain Old CLR/C# Object) support; but it was almost non usable. Things kept improving; there was once POCO T4 template ( its walkthrough from ADO.NET team ) to generate POCOs from EDMX model. With different 4.x releases

Real-world Entity Framework :: Connection Strings

Entity Framework is nice addition to .NET developer toolbox; but like most of the things there are some tricks in using it in real-world. The first hurdle that I guess most of us face; having multiple models; but pointing to same database. The Visual

Entity Framework 4.x

Recently; got a chance to work on an old EF4/MVC3 app. The only constraint was to keep things in Visual Studio 2010 and deployable to IIS6/.NET4/SQL2005 etc. We decided to upgrade the project to the latest and greatest! We chalked out the features that

The Visual Studio 2010

Its time to say sayonara to my good old development machine that I have been abusing for quite some time; bought it when Vista came out; and one needed a machine with better graphics to run its Aero desktop. Visual Studio 2010 will surely going to be
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