Posts Tagged ‘application’

Técnicas para portar código de Perl a Python

Friday, September 10th, 2010

Nos mandan un artículo sobre como portar programas escritos en Perl a Python:

Python programmers shouldn’t get too smug. While many people agree that Python is designed in a way that makes it a highly readable language, there can still be problems with legacy, untested Python code too. Porting legacy Perl to Python can be a daunting task. In this article, learn some of the theory behind dealing with legacy code, including what not to do.

Aprendiendo FC++: La libreria de “functional programming” de C++

Wednesday, August 18th, 2010

Nos mandan esta nota sobre FC++, que es una programación funcional utilizando C++:

C++ is usually synonymous with object-oriented programming (OOP), and further replenished in no small measure by popular technical literature. This article tries something different—functional programming with C++ using the open source FC++ library from Yannis Smaragdakis and Brian McNamara. Learn how you can use FC++ to implement basic functional programming.

Usando jQuery, XMPP y PHP para tener sistemas de notificación a tiempo real en WEB

Friday, July 30th, 2010

Nos mandan un artículo de como utilizar protocolos basados en XMPP para crear notificaciones en tiempo real en ambientes de WEB:

Real-Time apps have been popularized by social-notification tools like Twitter and Friendfeed. With a Real-Time web app you can get website information as soon as it’s published. Learn techniques that allow you to create responsive, continually updated web applications that conserve server resources while providing a slick user experience using jQuery, XMPP and PHP.

Creando una aplicación Twitter para Android usando XML y JSON

Wednesday, July 21st, 2010

Nos mandan la primera parte de una serie de artículos sobre el desarrollo en Android, en este caso dan un ejemplo de lector de Twitter usando XML y JSON:

This article, explores techniques for handling two of the most common data formats used on the Internet — XML and JavaScript Object Notation (JSON)— on the Android platform. Learn the basics of XML and JSON and how to build an Android application that parses and displays a Twitter status-update in both formats.

Desarrollo de aplicaciones para Android con Java

Tuesday, July 20th, 2010

Nos mandan un artículo sobre como desarrollar aplicaciones para Android 2.2 y JDK 1.6.0_17:

Java language is the tool of choice for Android developers. The Android runtime uses its own virtual machine, Dalvik, which is not the usual Java virtual machine that most Java developers are used to. In this article you will learn advanced Java features and how they are implemented on Android. This includes features such as concurrency, networking, and database access.

Usando XML, JSON y PBF en aplicaciones de Android

Saturday, July 17th, 2010

Nos mandan un artículo de como utilizar XML, JavaScript Object Notation (JSON) y el Protocol Buffers Format de Google para integrar información de internet en Android:

Many of your Android apps will need to interact with Internet data, which comes in a variety of formats. In this article, build an Android app that works with popular data formats — XML and JavaScript Object Notation (JSON, as well as the more exotic protocol buffers format from Google. You’ll learn about the performance and coding trade-offs associated with each format.

Subiendo aplicaciones de Linux a la nube… de Amazon

Thursday, July 15th, 2010

Nos mandan un articulo de como aprovechar las facilidades de “Cloud Computing” de Amazon:

Cloud computing and Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) are well documented, but what’s often not discussed is how to get a running Linux application into a cloud computing environment. Discover how to move an application into the cloud and take advantages of the features this setup has to offer.

Creando aplicaciones Web para dispositivos móbiles usando HTML5

Thursday, July 15th, 2010

Nos mandan la liga a una serie de artículos sobre como implementar aplicaciones para para celulares utilizando HTML5:

HTML 5 is a very hyped technology, but with good reason. It promises to be a technological tipping point for bringing desktop application capabilities to the browser. In this five-part series, you will take a closer look at several new technologies that are part of HTML5, that can have a huge impact on mobile Web application development.

  • Part 1: Combine HTML5, geolocation APIs, and Web services to create mobile mashups
  • Part 2: Unlock local storage for mobile Web applications with HTML5
  • Part 3: Make mobile Web applications work offline with HTML5
  • Part 4: Using Web Workers to speed up your mobile Web applications
  • Part 5: Develop new visual UI features in HTML 5

Extendiendo MediaWiki

Saturday, July 10th, 2010

Nos mandan un artículo de como extender funciones del Engine de MediaWiki (El que usa Wikipedia):

The MediaWiki application is probably best known for being the engine behind Wikipedia. This article will show you how to create different types of extensions for MediaWiki: wiki variables, special pages, and new tags. You’ll also get a quick overview of what you’ll need to do to create skins for MediaWiki.

Guía de seguridad para PostgreSQL

Tuesday, November 24th, 2009

Nos mandan una guía de consejos sobre seguridad en PostgreSQL:

Database security is the single biggest concern with today’s Web-based applications. Without control, you risk exposing sensitive information about your company or, worse yet, your valuable customers. In this article, learn about security measures you can take to protect your PostgreSQL database. Be sure to download the sample code listings used in this article.