Dynamic Linking: a crash course

From WebAssembly in Action by C. Gerard Gallant

This article covers

§ How dynamic linking works for WebAssembly modules

§ Why you might want to use dynamic linking and why you might not

§ How to create WebAssembly modules as main or side modules

§ What the different options are for dynamic linking and how to use each approach


Server-Rendered Web Apps with React and Next.js

From Next.js in Action by Adam Boduch

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Free eBook: Exploring Bitcoin


Chapters selected by Kalle Rosenbaum

What can Machine Learning do for your Business?


From Machine Learning for Business by Doug Hudgeon, and Richard Nichol

Learning Computer Science with Python

From Classic Computer Science Problems in Python by David Kopec


Displaying Hierarchical Data with NestedList

By Jesus Garcia, Anthony De Moss, and Mitchell Simoens
Say you are tasked with building a mobile viewer so that anyone in your client’s company can search a global address book and find contact information while they are traveling. You likely would want some sort of list that will load the contact list from a remote server. This might sound complicated to do, and it is, but Sencha Touch makes it easy to achieve. This article, based on chapter 7 of Sencha Touch in Action, discusses NestedList, which is a Container extension that uses child Lists to display hierarchical data in a Card layout.

Displaying Hierarchical Data with NestedList (PDF)

Making Animations over the Canvas

By Carlos Sessa, Jr, author of 50 Android Hacks
To draw directly on the screen, you can use Android’s Canvas class. In this hack from 50 Android Hacks, the author shows how to use this class to create a box that bounces around screen.

Making Animations over the Canvas (PDF)

Setting Up the SOA Registry

By Jos Dirksen
This article based on chapter 2 of SOA Governance in Action covers some SOA Governance basics by showing how to store a WS-* based service in a registry and then query the registry.

Setting Up the SOA Registry (PDF)

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