Monthly Archives: August 2012

Java chat bot – Free open source chat robot

Introduction MajBot is a Java-Based chat bot which responses based on the messages that it receives. It uses an external data file (XML file) to make it easier for users to extend its features and its domain. MajBot uses dynamic … Continue reading

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What is Servlet

What is servlet? A servlet is a Java class which can be accessed by via request-response methods. This application is designed to demonstrate a distributed system development which uses servlets and  EJBs. The project consists of two servlets including Registration which handles login … Continue reading

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What is ERP

What is ERP? Enterprise resource planning (ERP) system is defined as an integrated computer-based system which manages both internal and external resources such as financial resources and human resources. This article explains what is ERP and also discusses about its … Continue reading

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Bluetooth Security

Abstract Bluetooth is one of the most widely used technologies used by various devices such as mobile phones, gaming consoles, laptop and computer peripherals. This article discusses about Bluetooth security, technology standards, security features, vulnerabilities and risks associated with using … Continue reading

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Authorship Rich Snippet Microdata

You may have seen authors picture next to their website URL and description in the Google search results. It appears that Google is pushing more traffic to its social networking portal “Google Plus” and now letting bloggers and authors to … Continue reading

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Representational State Transfer

Roy Thomas Fielding (2002) has defined Representational State Transfer (REST) as an coordinated sets of architectural constraints to increase scalability and decrease latency and network communication traffic in his PhD dissertation. There are three main elements in the REST architecture … Continue reading

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Distributed Systems

Distributed systems consists of multiple computers which communicate and coordinate the actions by passing messages to each other. Using distributed systems results in some advantages and its own challenges. One of the main advantages of the distributed systems is to … Continue reading

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Mobile Computing

Mobile computing is growing everyday and getting popular. Many people are using mobiles which connect to Internet to browse and perform online tasks using their mobile devices. Users will have access to their data regardless of their physical location. William, … Continue reading

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Data types and data collection

What is Data? Data is raw facts, which by manipulating and processing them we will get information. Data can be categorized in four main categories. Data types Discrete data: Numeric variables which values can be recorded. Continuous data: Numeric variables where the … Continue reading

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How to configure server

This tutorial provides you with a step by step configuration for a simple Linux server on how to configure server. Linux Fedora core server is chosen for this tutorial, however configuration for other distributions may vary. Fedora is free Linux distribution … Continue reading

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