Angular Datatables with different wrappers in Java Spring, along with the DataTablesInput and DataTablesOutput
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For the Angular 5 client-side, check out the below repository:
For the Angular 5 client-side, check out the below repository:
An exciting adventure for React developers is when they connect their React application with redux and when you have made it this far in reading about React, that means you are on the way to explore the out of the box concept of how you can manage global states in your application. This article will be helpful for React developers in integrating React applications with Redux.
Though React gives us the ability to manage state for our components, the dependency of the parent components on the child components and state management between two components becomes complicated with the increasing size of the application. To resolve this issue we have a third-party library called Redux which gives us all these wonderful features we need for global state management. Read Further at React Application with Redux.
If you’re creating an app with Vue.js, you’ll most likely want to utilize the best-practice scaffolding provided by Vue CLI 3.
Are web components "the future" for the web platform? There are many opinions both for and against. What is a fact, though, is that browser support is emerging for web components and there are a growing number of tools and resources for authors interested in creating and publishing web components of their own.
A great tool for creating web components is Vue.js, and it’s been made even easier with the release of Vue CLI 3 and the new @vue/web-component-wrapper library.
React.js development is not in any way similar to React native mobile app development and both of them serve a different purpose. The blog will explain all of the main differences between these two PLs and will provide you with an approach to choose the one for your particular project.
In this article, I am going to show you how to create a .NET Core 2.1 Class Library Project using ADO.NET.
This class library project contains business logic functionality for inserting data into a database. Then, I am consuming this class library project in ASP.NET Core 2.1 MVC Application.
In this article, we will explain how to implement Hooks in React. Hooks are a new concept that were introduced in React 16.8. Hooks are an alternative to classes. In this article, I’m going to create CRUD operations using React Hooks and Web API.
You can check my previous article in which we use class components to perform CRUD from the following link,
A UCLA team is vying for the Carbon XPrize, a competition to see who can recycle the most CO2 by turning it into useful products like concrete.
A big reason developers use a source control system like Git is to avoid disasters. If you do something as simple as mistakenly delete a file, or you discover that the changes youve made to a dozen files were all ill-advised, you can undo what youve done with little hassle.
When I reviewed CockroachDB early in 2018, I found that the distributed SQL database, built on top of a transactional and consistent key-value store, was designed to survive disk, machine, rack, and even data center failures with minimal latency disruption and no manual intervention. That is all still true.
Companies keep trying to make glassholes happen. Understandably. After the smartphone and the wrist, the face is the next local battlefield for computational space, if decades of science fiction movies have taught us anything. But weve seen the Google Glass, the Snapchat Spectacles, The Magic Leap, the whatever that thing that Samsung just semi-announced was. […]
The characters of literature other readers exalt, but you hope never to meet. Maybe they screw everything that moves (and moos). Maybe theyve locked their first wife in the attic. Maybe theyre the author of love poetry thats screwed up our concept of romance for over 150 years. The literary fuckboi toys with your heart and leaves you hung out to dry. Join host Emily Edwards every week to discuss the most toxic characters, writers, and tropes of literature, folklore, myths, and legend. Topics include feminist literature, toxic masculinity, gender roles, and intersectional representation in books. These are the Fuckbois of Literature.
There are lots of great and insightful episodes, from comedian Sara Benincasa talking about the Bible, to my personal favorite one on David Foster Wallace. But Emily was also kind and/or foolish enough to invite me and one of my best friends onto the show to discuss the various fuckbois of the X-Men universe but namely, that hedonistic bald manipulator Professor Charles Xavier, and his fickle, horny protege, Scott Summers AKA Cyclops.
I have been waiting a long time for an audience to let me indulge in my deeply serious literary analysis on sex and the X-Men, and I’m just so glad that there’s more than one person in the world who cares to hear my rant about the cycle of abuse and patriarchal privilege that make Professor X and Cyclops alike both treat women like crap in the pursuit of their self-righteous goals. Read the rest
Akai’s MPC One is a beat-making box that fits in a backpack (unlike the MPC X) and costs less than a grand (unlike the MPC Live), has a 7-inch touchscreen display, and offers a full bank of pads, knobs and dials for standalone action, and outputs and ports for hooking it up to other audio gear, synths and computers.
For those unaware of the history of Akais MPC, the Japanese electronics companys signature item first debuted over 30 years ago and changed music-making forever with its intuitive interface and all-in-one approach. Its been a staple tool for tons of artists like Dr. Dre and OmMas Keith (Frank Oceans producer), and theres even one in the Smithsonian. … Akai says it packed a remarkably comprehensive feature set into the MPC One. Along with the standard 16 pads, it sports a seven-inch multitouch display and four touch-sensitive rotaries for manipulating sounds. On the back is a single set of MIDI I/O ports, four CV / Gate jacks (for controlling connected gear), and eight outputs total. There are 2GB of RAM, and USB flash and SD card storage can expand the units 4GB capacity (which could easily top out since its preloaded with 2GB of drum samples and loops). The MPC One also ships with several soft synths and Air FX plug-ins for mixing and mastering. Akai tells The Verge that it focused on smaller size, added CV functionality, and a cheaper price to make the MPC One the center of a DAW-less jam style studio.
Image: Apple via Apple Archive
A new and completely unofficial archive of all things Apple is attempting to make almost 44 years of the companys official videos, ads, and imagery available to browse online. 9to5Mac reports that The Apple Archive currently contains just under 1TB of data, comprising over 15,000 files, and it includes everything from print ads, to TV spots, WWDC sessions, internal training videos, and even a collection of macOS and iOS wallpapers.
The whole collection is well worth browsing through, but there are a few particularly interesting inclusions. This unreleased social ad for the long-delayed-then-cancelled AirPower charging pad is fascinating. Not only does it show off how Apple might have marketed its wireless charger had it actually…
Back in 2013, [Karl Lautman] successfully got his kinetic sculpture Primer funded on Kickstarter. As the name implies, you press the big red button on the front of the device, and the mechanical counter at the top will click over to a new prime number for your viewing pleasure. Not …read more
Next time you get a new device and excitedly unwrap its little poly-wrapped power supply, remember this: for every switch-mode power supply you plug in, an amateur radio operator sheds a tear. A noisy, broadband, harmonic-laden tear.
The degree to which this fact disturbs you very much depends upon which …read more
Over the holidays, I had the pleasure of getting to play a new game that quickly became my son’s and my favorite over the holiday break (when we try to play lots of games together). It’s my friend Doc Popular’s KnifeTank and he was kind enough to send me a prototype copy.
When I got the game, I was excited, but with reservations. No offense to Doc, but I expected it to be light and gimmicky, something of a vanity project. What I wasn’t expecting was a game I instantly wanted to play over and over again and invite my friends to come and play (which I did). KnifeTank can hold its own against anything coming out of a large commercial game company and I look forward to it enjoying a long and happy life, with many expansions and a worldwide, enthusiastic player community.
KnifeTank comes in a poker-type tuck box and includes everything you need to play. You get 30 action/movement cards, 8 tanks (4 two-sided cards), 4 health cards, and 5 damage cards. The box also contains a rule book and there are two rules summary cards. The game is for 2-4 players and rated ages 12 and up. Each game takes about 20-30 minutes to play. The goal of the game is get your tank from your table’s edge to your opponent’s edge or to eliminate your opponent(s) by reducing their health/hits to zero.
Those familiar with tabletop miniature games like Star Wars X-Wing and Gaslands will likely dig the movement mechanic here. Read the rest
Illustration by Alex Castro / The Verge
Today, Google shared an updated timeline for when Chrome apps will stop working on all platforms. June 2022 is when theyll be gone for good, but it depends on which platform youre on (via 9to5Google). Previously, we knew that Chrome apps someday wouldnt work on Windows, macOS, and Linux, but today, Google revealed that Chrome apps will eventually stop working on Chrome OS, too.
A Chrome app is a web-based app that you can install in Chrome that looks and functions kind of like an app youd launch from your desktop. Take this one for the read-it-later app Pocket, for example when you install it, it opens in a separate window that makes it seem as if Pocket is functioning as its own app.
I love music. Seriously, its one of the few things that brings solace in this cold, lonely world. Want to go deep on Joni Mitchell, William Onyeabor or Pablo Casals? Im game. Yes, I worked at multiple record stores years before TechCrunch. Yes, I will always be that guy. What I will never be, however, […]