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Using Protocol Buffers in Scala

Reading Time: 2 minutes What is Protocol Buffers? Protocol buffers are a flexible, efficient, automated mechanism for serializing structured data – think XML, but smaller, faster, and simpler. You define how you want your data to be structured once, then you can use special generated source code to easily write and read your structured data to and from a variety of data streams and using a variety of languages. Continue Reading

Fault Handling in Apigee

Reading Time: 4 minutes Hi all, In my previous blogs on APIGEE we: Went through the basic introduction of Apigee. Went through the main policies and how to apply them on our proxies. Saw how to extract out a header, extract a list of values out of a header. If you like you can go through those once again here: Basics of Apigee. click here Playing with Policies. click here Extract the Continue Reading

Getting started with TensorFlow: A Brief Introduction

Reading Time: 3 minutes TensorFlow is an open source software library, provided by Google, mainly for deep learning, machine learning and numerical computation using data flow graphs. Looking at their website, the first definition they have written for TensorFlow goes something like this – TensorFlow™ is an open source software library for numerical computation using data flow graphs. Nodes in the graph represent mathematical operations, while the graph edges Continue Reading

Scala Best Practices : Pure Functions

Reading Time: 5 minutes We grew up in a world of imperative programming that’s why we are more addictive to writing code in imperative style. Everything is mutable around us. Mutability is not that bad. But shared mutability is devil’s work. The moment we bring shared mutability all kinds of problem creep in. Functional Style has a way to handle this. Functional programming is a way of writing software Continue Reading

Location Strategy- Routing in Angular2

Reading Time: 5 minutes Angular 2’s router is super easy to use. Angular 2 gives you the possibility of dividing your application into several views that you can navigate between through the concept of routing. Routing enables you to route the user to different components based on the url that they type on the browser, or that you direct them to through a link. This post will cover standard  Continue Reading

SQL made easy and secure with Slick

Reading Time: 5 minutes Slick stands for Scala Language-Integrated Connection Kit. It is Functional Relational Mapping (FRM) library for Scala that makes it easy to work with relational databases. Slick can be considered as a replacement of writing SQL queries as Strings with a nicer API for handling connections, fetching results and using a query language, which is integrated more nicely into Scala. You can write your database queries Continue Reading

When I took Angular 2 to build my Application

Reading Time: 2 minutes When I took Angular 2 to build my application, I still had my doubts to go with Angular 2 or some other framework. But after some research, I decided to go with Angular 2. It gives the ability to make Single Page Application in a perfect and viable way. Here are some others reasons / advantages I liked: 1. TypeScript : Unlike javascript, typescript is Continue Reading

Google reCAPTCHA: Basic example to integrate Google reCAPTCHA in Play Application with the help of play-recaptcha module

Reading Time: 2 minutes Playing with Google reCAPTCHA Basic example to integrate Google reCAPTCHA in Play Application with the help of play-recaptcha module Play reCAPTCHA Module This is a Play Framework module, for Scala and Play 2.x, to provide integration with Google reCAPTCHA (version 1 or 2) in a reactive (non-blocking) manner. Used Play reCAPTCHA module to integrate Google reCAPTCHA API Embedded JS & CSS libraries with WebJars. Integrating Continue Reading

Play Framework 2.0: Generate TinyUrl With goo.gl API

Reading Time: 2 minutes The Google URL Shortener at goo.gl is a service that takes long URLs and squeezes them into fewer characters to make a link that is easier to share, tweet, or email. Steps to integrate with goo.gl : Step #1 : Register App with Google Register your App with Google through the API Console.  When you create your application, you register it with Google. Google then provides information Continue Reading

Generating Charts In Wicket Application On Google App Engine

Reading Time: 3 minutes We are in process of porting an existing Wicket application on Google App engine. This application’s charting engine used Java color classes along with Swing components to generate dynamic images. These images are then used by Wicket to display on the front-end . Unfortunately Google app engine does not support these classes. We therefore had to find an alternative to generate Charts for our application. Continue Reading

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