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mardi, juin 3 2014

Java EE and HTML5 Enterprise Application Development by John Brock , Arun Gupta, Geertjan Wielenga; Mc Graw Hill

This post is a review for the book  "Java EE and HTML5 Enterprise Application Development" co-written by John Brock, Geertjan Wielenga and Arun Gupta.

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vendredi, février 28 2014

FOSDEM 2014, ma première grande conférence de l'OpenSource

Grâce à un sponsoring de Fedora project, j'ai pu faire un déplacement de Ouagadougou à Bruxelles pour participer au FOSDEM 2014  du 1 au 2 février. Après une longue journée dans le ciel, j'ai profité de la soirée du vendredi 31 janvier pour me reposer à mon hotel (Radisson Blu). 

Le lendemain, samedi 1er était le début de la conférence ( une journée pluvieuse). J'ai fait le chemin de l'hôtel à l'Université Libre de Belgique (ULB) avec mon co-chambrier Rubén Guerra Marín (Fedora ambassador au Mexique). comme convenu, je me suis rendu au stand de Fedora pour presenter la distribution aux visiteurs. Ce stand était le plus fourni et le plus intéressant avec l'imprimante 3D qui a attiré l'attention de nombreux visiteurs. J'ai profité de quelques temps de pause pour visiter les stands de RedHat, OpenStack , Google, Debian et bien sur Mozilla. Il y'avait egalement autres stands très interessants comme Perl, Kolab et la salle des hackers.

La crême de la journée a été la rencontre de GeertJan Wielenga, Product manager chez Oracle et grand avocat de NetBeans IDE.

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 (Ci-dessus la photo: de gauche vers la droite, Geertjan Wielenga , Jaroslav Reznik ,et moi )

J'ai également vu en réel Josette Garcia de O'Reilly Media. Elle était très occupée par les ventes, mais on a échangé pendant quelques minutes sur les sujets interessants !

Le dimanche  2 février était le second jour de la conférence. J'ai passé une grande partie à assister à des talks ( Go, NoSQL, etc).

En somme, deux journées pleines en expérience sur les technologies riches en diversité et contenu.

Merci encore à Famsco et au projet Fedora pour l'opportunité offerte. Je promet de revenir pour plusieurs autres sessions !

mercredi, novembre 6 2013

How to setup Apache Cordova for NetBeans IDE on Fedora

Apache Cordova    is a mobile development framework developed by Adobe that help to develop mobile application using HTML5, Javascript, CSS.

This tutorial will show you how to install Cordova on Fedora and  configure it with your lovely  NetBeans IDE 7.4 .

I- Cordova installation on Fedora (18, 19)

Cordova installation need Node.Js installed first. You do that by executing the commands below :

$ su
Password: 

# yum install npm

You can now install Cordova thanks to npm tool like this : 

#npm install -g cordova

It will take times depending  the internet connection ( but be patient !)

After succeed the cordova installation you can test it  and you will have a similar output below :

$ cordova

Synopsis
   
    cordova command [options]

Global Commands


    create <PATH> [ID] [NAME] ............... creates a cordova project in the specified PATH, with
                                               optional NAME and ID (reverse-domain-style package name)
    help .................................... shows this syntax summary

Project-Level Commands

    platform(s) [{add|remove|rm} <PLATFORM>] . add or remove a specified PLATFORM, OR
                                                list all installed, available and unavailable platforms
    plugin(s) [{add|remove|rm} <PATH|URI>] ... add or remove a plugin from the specified PATH or URI, OR
                                                list all currently installed plugins
    prepare [PLATFORM.] ..................... copies files for specified platforms, or all platforms,
                                               so that the project is ready to build in each SDK.
    compile [PLATFORM.] ..................... builds the app for specified platforms, or all platforms
    build [PLATFORM..] ...................... shortcut for prepare, then compile
    emulate [PLATFORM
..] .................... deploys app in specified (or all) platforms' emulator,

That means it works !

II - Download NetBeans 7.4

NetBeans IDE 7.4 is available here : https://netbeans.org/downloads/index.html

Note : choose "HTML5 & PHP

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III - Setting up Cordova into NetBeans IDE 7.4

  • Install  Android  4.2

Follow the instructions here on Android offcial website :http://developer.android.com/sdk/index.html

Install the plugin NBAndroid to easily manage your Android plateform

  • Setup Android in NetBeans IDE

In order to integrate Android into NetBeans IDE,  you should follow these steps :  Tools -> Options -> Miscellaneous -> Mobile Plateform

Fill the SDK path like the picture below :

Android SDK path

IV - Create your first Cordova application

Click on "New Project"  and follow the following screenshots : 

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And click on Finish.

Then enjoy your first Cordova application !!!

jeudi, février 21 2013

"Start Here!™ Learn HTML5" by Faithe Wempen; O'Reilly Media

Faithe Wempen publised  an interesting book on HTML5 programming for beginners. It provides good guide to get started writting elegant HTML5 pages. There are  three parts plus an appendix.

The first part presents the HTML basics. The second part of the book shows how to insert graphics and sheets into a HTML5 page. The third  one is about  navigation and layout.

The book is recommended for HTML newbies. It can be annoying for practionners.

HTML5

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mercredi, novembre 28 2012

"Learning Rails 3" by Simon St. Laurent, Edd Dumbill, Eric J. Gruber; O'Reilly Media

There is long time I practised  Rails programming. The last time I would like to revise the interesting language that I spent smart time learning through JavaPassion courses. I got read the book titled "Learning Rails 3"  co-written by three authors : Simon St. Laurent, Edd Dumbill, Eric J. Gruber

The book contains  over 400 pages that browse through the concepts of programming in Rails.  It is divided into  20 chapters as interesting as each other. It begins with an introduction of Rails  and shows how to install Ruby and Rails in various OS ( Linux , Windows and Mac). The next chapters help the reader how to create his first RoR application, create and control renders, debug, test and manage the application. It covers also the concept of security and back end (database) notions. In brief, the authors did their best to offer to reader, even a newbie,  an excellent tool to help him building a solid RoR based application.

The book is published by O'Reilly and available both in electronic and print formats here.  I'm preparing some tutorials for dummy to be published on this blog soon.

Hope enjoying with "Learning Rail 3" !

Learning Rails 3

I review for the O'Reilly Blogger Review Program

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