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The Butterfly framework is a lightweight approach to simplifying the use of XSLT in PHP 5, allowing for the use of stylesheet chains and caching for performance. As frameworks go it's simple and straightforward, but such a framework removes the mechanics of XSLT stylesheet application from the PHP code, allowing the developer to focus on the heart of the work, which is the XSLT itself.
This article explains what orphan subscriptions are, how they can occur, how to identify them, and most importantly, how you can remove them.
The IBM Smart Data Administration e-Kit is available at no charge and provides resources to help you take control of your data. Find out how to do more with less in this e-Kit that includes podcasts, developerWorks articles, and demos.
This article hows how to animate images in unexpected and artistic ways using the Java 2D API and cellular automata. You can use the ideas from this article to create your own image operators and artistic programs using Java technology.
Customers use Visual Configuration Explorer to display, search, and compare the topology configuration information of their various middleware installations. This information is helpful in troubleshooting configuration problems and configuring products during installation. The Visual Configuration Explorer SDK allows such customers to enhance the tool to support additional middleware products used in their systems.
In this tutorial, develop a Facebook application in Adobe Flex that displays a slideshow of a user's Facebook photo albums. The Facebook application will contain a profile box listing all of the user's photo albums, each a link to a Flex slideshow of that album. The Flex application will use the Facebook REST API to fetch the photos of the selected Facebook album and dynamically generate the slideshow.
Feature Extraction Service for Multimedia Analysis and Retrieval System automatically classifies the visual contents of images using powerful, computer-based technologies. Feature Extraction Service uses the semantic annotation capabilities of Multimedia Analysis and Retrieval System and exposes its core image classification functionality as an online, real-time service interface.
Learn more about the new IBM Rational Architecture Management and Construction solutions version 7.5. This complimentary e-kit provides a collection of best practices, how-to guides, and materials to help you deliver a stable, reusable architecture, as well as guidance on related IBM tools.
Security is an important issue when installing a bundle of new features to software. Learn about signature technologies used by the Eclipse platform to determine the trustworthiness of plug-ins. Eclipse places each plug-in into one of five categories: unsigned or signed, trusted or untrusted, or expired. Learn how to create signed plug-ins in Eclipse and IBM Lotus Expeditor, an Eclipse-based product.
Most system administrators planning to install Linux on IBM System p eventually run into an important question: Which Linux distribution should I install? This article compares two distributions from Red Hat and Novell, and weighs the pros and cons of each.
This new differential compression algorithm combines the hash value techniques and suffix array techniques of previous work. Differential compression refers to encoding a file (called a version file) as a set of changes with respect to another file (a reference file). This algorithm finds the best matches for every offset of the version file with respect to a certain level of detail and above a certain length threshold.
PHP is an easy-to-learn programming language. It's well suited for developing simple scripts you can use to help you in all kinds of games. Each article in this series will cover 10 scripts simple enough for even a beginning developer, but useful enough for a seasoned game player. The goal is to give you something you can modify to suit your needs, so you can impress players by busting out your laptop at your next gaming session.
Flexible Task Graphs provides a single programming model for restricting what Java threads can do in exchange for very low latencies in support of real-time programming. The Flexible Task Graphs model subsumes four previous models that also used static analysis to accomplish this goal, combining the strengths of all of them. The four previous models were Eventrons, Exotasks, Reflexes, and StreamFlex.
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