Author Archives: Harsh Sharma Khandal

About Harsh Sharma Khandal

Harsh is a Sr. Software Consultant at Knoldus Software LLP with 4 year of experience. He is a fan of programming standards and conventions. He has good knowledge of Scala, Java, 3D Modeling and 3D animation. His current passions include utilizing the power of Scala, Akka and Play to make reactive applications. He is a technologist and is never too far away from the keyboard. He believes in standard coding practices. His focus always remains on practical work. He has Master's in Computer Applications from Rajasthan Technical University, Kota. His hobbies include reading books and writing the code in multiple ways to find the best way it can be represented.

Apigee : Deploy proxy with Maven

Hello All, As you all know, there are are so many ways to construct a structure for modular project in Information Technology. We can create our application in any of the following ways, Monolithic Architecture, Microservice Based Architecture When the … Continue reading

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BigData Specifications – Part 1 : Configuring MySql Metastore in Apache Hive

Apache Hive is used as a data warehouse over Hadoop to provide users a way to load, analyze and query the data from various resources. Data is stored into databases or file systems like HDFS (Hadoop Distributed File System). Hive … Continue reading

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KnolX – Scal’a’ngular

In one of the previous knolx sessions, we had a session on enhancing the power of Scala JS over the scripting for front end development. In this session we discussed about a new term Scal’a’ngular. Scal’a’ngular is defined as a … Continue reading

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Effective Programming In Scala – Part 3 : Powering Up your code implicitly in Scala

Hi Folks, In this series we talk about the concepts that provide a better definition to the code written in scala. We provide the methods with some definitions that lead to perform a task in a better way. Lets have … Continue reading

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Effective Programming In Scala – Part 2 : Monads as a way for abstract computations in Scala

Hi Folks, As we have already gone through the few parts of writting the Scala code in standard way in previous blog Now carrying forward the concept of effective programming in scala, we are going to discuss about the … Continue reading

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Effective Programming In Scala – Part 1 : Standardizing code in better way

A language is a set of standards. One has to follow them in order to avail benefits from the language. In order to maintain these standards, code in Scala has to be written in order to minimize the errors whether … Continue reading

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Dynamic Typing in Scala

Scala provides different ways to share common data between the files. In a simplified way, a class is often used to share the values by storing them in methods in that class. But those methods are statically typed. What we … Continue reading

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Handle the Kendo Grid Filter on your own way

In the kendo api, the kendo provides the Grid View to show the large data into a tabular form as grid. It collects meaningful data records and have filters on them to categorize data into various groups and choose which … Continue reading

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SASS is often preferred as critically important stylesheet for styling webpage

SASS is a style sheet language that is interpreted into Cascading Style Sheets (CSS). SASS Script is the scripting language itself. SASS offers what its name defines, “Syntactically Awesome Stylesheets”. It was designed by Hampton Catlin and developed by Natalie … Continue reading

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How to tokenize your search by N-Grams using Elastic Search in Scala?

N–Grams can be used to search big data with compound words. German language is famous and referred for combining several small words into one massive compound word in order to capture precise or complex meanings. N-Grams are the fragments in … Continue reading

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