Free and Open source SCM Attendance Management System is a complete system for any organization to take attendance of its staff. It is written in PHP and released as an open source project under GPL v3. This software is web based and easier to setup. First install and set up WAMP or LAMP depending upon the [...]
HTML is client side language.
HTML is markup language means html defines the structure and, to some degree, the appearance of a web page image color background font size etc….
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The internet is the network of networks.we can also say that interconnected network of computing devices.
Network support wide variety interaction and communication between devices.Data or information transfer over the internet through different languages known as protocol.The internet is governed by different rules and regulation which is known as internet protocol(IP). Internet provides [...]
Today we learn how we make Custom Centos ISO minimal 6.5.
This is very simple process of making ISO.we follow step by step procedure making Custom Centoos ISO.
First of all we download the minimal 6.5 Centos package by the following address.
After downloading the Centos you need to install [...]
Android provides full relational database capabilities through the SQLite library, without imposing any additional limitations. Using SQLite, you can create independent, relational databases for each application. Use them to store
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The Android build system is organized around a specific directory tree structure for your Android project, much like any other Java project. The specifics, though, are fairly unique to Android and what it all does to prepare the actual application that will run on the device or emulator. In this post, we’ll see a quick [...]
When you write a desktop application, you are “master of your own domain”. You launch your main window and any child windows – like dialog boxes – that are needed. From your standpoint, you are your own world, leveraging features supported by the operating system, but largely ignorant of any other program that may be running on the computer [...]
Setting up Raphael:
Let’s start by downloading the Raphael JS framework from . At the top right of the page, you’ll see
PHP stands for recursive acronym PHP: Hypertext Preprocessor. It is one of the most acceptable server-side scripting languages and used for developing dynamic web pages. PHP can be embedded directly into HTML and can be used separately from HTML. PHP 5 also supports object-orientation that allows OOP (Object oriented programming) features to be used [...]
A stack is LIFO (Last-In First Out) structure. In contrast, a queue is a FIFO (First-In First-Out ) structure. In a FIFO data structure, the first element added to the queue will be the first one to be removed. This is equivalent to the requirement that once a new element is added, all elements that [...]
To begin with Android applications development, you need to install the SDK and some related required components. This tutorial is about installing Android SDK on Eclipse. So you should have Eclipse already installed on your Computer. If you don’t know how to install eclipse, then you can download Eclipse from www.eclipse.org and can find instructions on how to [...]
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