I wanted to test the neo4j database access using a data source defined in Wildfly server. I used Wildfly 10.1.0 release. I wanted to use the driver with bolt protocol to observe the performance when using it. Read more “How to create a neo4j BoltDriver Datasource and connect it with a web app”
Recently I happened to create a middle panel where different types of components could be rendered on top it. So the idea is, the panel should be a <div> wrapper around the middle content. For this kind of situation, higher order functions with components could come in handy to use. Read more “Higher order component wrappers using React.js and reusable components.”
This guide will simply cover to embed SASS support in React.js project.
First, install node-sass and sass-loader npm packages.
Yarn: yarn add sass-loader --dev yarn add node-sass NPM: npm install node-sass npm install sass-loader --save-dev
Recently when I was using spark-shell I couldn’t use JBLAS library which has DoubleMatrix classes. After a quick go through I could use it using –package option.
Run spark-shell using following command
./spark-shell --packages org.jblas:jblas:1.2.4-SNAPSHOT --driver-memory 4G
If the package lookup can’t find it in the local maven repositories try build JBLAS once and the library will be available
git clone https://github.com/mikiobraun/jblas.git cd jblas mvn install
I wanted to use mysql XA-Datasource to connect mysql datasources using the Wildfly 10 server. XA Datasources are better as it can span multiple resources.
Dynamic segments are quite useful for any applications to give a better understanding for the user and for SEO plugins to make the site search engine friendly.
Ember has defined its architecture as data down, actions up manner so that the component hierarchy can be maintained properly. But some simple implementations are there that can be confusing in the action definition.