There is a high need for a concurrent processing and most probably it will become only higher. That is why it is important to know the tools we have at hand, i.e. programming languages and everything around them, which is not limited to merely semantics, syntax, and idioms (though we still should have a solid knowledge of them).
Enterprise Integration Patterns solves problems of enterprise application integration and message-oriented middleware. The aim of this article is to show the two EIP frameworks: Apache Camel and Spring Integration from the perspective of a developer who knows EIP patterns quite well but do not have very long experience with using these frameworks.
Let’s assume we want to measure air pollution in our city. We’ve got around 100 detectors located in different parts of the town. Measurement results are collected every 15 minutes. It gives us 9600 records a day...
We live in the world where we are bombarded with huge amount of information, news and advertising. Computer network becomes the central place of business. For this reason databases become fatter and fatter.
Now, when we have fully working HTML 5 game, we want to convert it to mobile version.
It would be hard to imagine a game without a sound. Fortunately there is powerful Web Audio Api that will help us to include sound to our game.
It’s time to make our game playable. What we need to do, is to give our hero little boost after clicking or touching the screen