Category Archives: Ruby
Aspose.Imaging Java For Ruby Examples – A Ruby Gem to work with image conversion, manipulation, draw shapes and handle DjVu formats using Powerful Java API
Aspose.Imaging for Java
Aspose.Imaging for Java is an easy-to-use, high-performance and well-documented imaging library, that provides the most flexible group of routines for the developers to create, manipulate, save and convert images in their Java applications with ease and performance.
Aspose.Imaging provides features that go beyond the native capabilities of the development platform. It works independent of other applications, and although Aspose.Imaging allows you to save to Adobe PhotoShop® format (PSD), you do not need PhotoShop on the machine.
New Release of Aspose.Pdf Cloud SDK for Python – A Complete Solution to Manipulate PDF Portab le Document Format in Python Using Powerful Aspose.Pdf Cloud APIs
Aspose.Pdf for Cloud
Aspose.Pdf for Cloud’s platform independent document manipulation API is a true REST API that can be used with any language: .NET, Java, PHP, Ruby, Rails, Python, jQuery and many more. You can use it with any platform — web, desktop, mobile, and cloud.
With Aspose.Pdf for Cloud you can work with all aspects of PDF (portable document format) file: read, write, convert, split, merge and many more options to manipulate PDF documents. Aspose.Pdf for Cloud is a complete solution for performing any manipulation you can wish to perform on PDF files in the cloud. Learn More
You might’ve heard that the word “OK” is the most globally recognized phrase in the world. It’s found in almost every spoken language from Arabic to Zulu.
In the programming world, we have something similar: Regular Expressions.
Regular Expressions, or regexes as the cool kids say, are powerful tools used to validate, manipulate, and extract data from text. The way they work is by defining a pattern that describes what’s trying to be found. This pattern is the “OK” of the programming world.
First, let’s take a look at how to construct a common pattern. We can use the title of this blog post as an example:
Creating Java web applications using Spring Framework has never been easier. If you’re already familiar with Java and have little to no experience creating web applications, or if you’re worried that all the cool kids abandoned Java in favor of Ruby and Node.js, you want to read this.
My intention is to provide here a practical guide to get up and running quickly on creating modern web applications using Java and Spring.
We’ll be using the latest versions of Java, Spring Framework (4.x), Spring Boot (v1.2.x), Spring Security, Spring Data JPA, Thymeleaf and Maven 3 frameworks.
Everyone knows promises can help flatten the JS pyramid of death. But promises aren’t the only solution available. I’ll discuss some more advanced techniques surrounding the flow of information through your application through the use of libraries such as AsyncJS and RxJS. I’ll also talk about how embracing streams can not only alleviate control flow issues, but also improve performance. Finally, we’ll look into how tools such as ZeroMQ and Redis can help to foster asynchronous and event-driven APIs.