November 19, 2013
Developers working with WebRTC can now build native applications for Android,
archive and playback live video communications within their application, and
take advantage of a range of enterprise-grade quality-enhancing features, all
thanks to four new developments from TokBox which launched today.
OpenTok Archiving & Playback, released today into beta, allows developers to
simply add video stream recording for their live video chat applications,
save the conversation into a single H.264/AAC MP4 file, and download or
stream it through the player of their choice.
The Android SDK for WebRTC for the first time allows developers to build
WebRTC video chat functionality into native Android apps using the OpenTok
TokBox also released other enterprise-grade quality-enhancing features,
Dynamic Frame Rate Control: developers can allocat... (more)
Beginning C# Object-Oriented Programming is a well-written book that meets
the stated goals of its author: "The target audience for this book is the
beginning C# programmer who wants to gain a foundation in object-oriented
programming along with C# language basics." This book works on a lot of
different levels. It gives the beginner a good feel for the software
development life cycle (sdlc). It goes from cradle to grave in discussing the
application design and implementation.
The book starts by laying out the foundation for a sample application called
the office supply ordering ... (more)
Selenium is a free Web Application Testing System. It gained lots of
popularity since it is available. It’s integration to FireFox – which
allows instant record/replay as well as the scripting option - makes it a
great tool for functional web testing.
BrowserMob on the other side leverages Selenium by providing an automated
load-testing environment for Selenium scripts all configurable online via a
Tagging Web Requests
In my recent blog post – Get more out of functional web testing: How to
correlate test reports with server side log information? – I discussed the ... (more)
If you’re like me at all, you like to see compete examples of how to do
things. Yes, I can usually read something and apply what I already know,
but sometimes, it is nice to see a fully working example of something, before
you try something on your own. Today’s example is how to deploy a data
connections library using a feature. I already posted how to deploy a .UDCX
file to a data connection library so I thought this post would go well with
it. Our example starts with a standard feature.xml file.
Now we need to build our elements.xml file. There are two things we need to
Azure Session at Cloud Expo
Pundits talking about how Windows 7 is all about Microsoft competing against
Apple, recovering with Vista consumer adoption disaster, or getting people
off of XP, are missing one other – extremely important – part of the
Windows 7 story. Windows 7 and its server counterpart – Windows Server 2008
R2 – are actually the first real step in Microsoft’s Windows Cloud Story.
Before Windows 7 Microsoft could offer some services (such as Exchange
Online) from the cloud – but could not provide full enterprise directory,
security and so on – now they can.
Cloud Computing Expo on Ulitzer
Hosting.com, the leading provider of managed hosting, cloud hosting and
colocation solutions and an Adobe Solution Partner, today announced the
general availability of ColdFusion 9 in its Cloud and Dedicated environments.
Hosting.com is the first provider to launch ColdFusion 9's availability in a
cloud hosting environment. Hosting.com is the world's most trusted ColdFusion
hosting provider servicing over 6,000 global ColdFusion customers -- many
ColdFusion 9 Enterprise and Standard editions are available in the
Hosting.com Cloud Ente... (more)