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Setup WordPress Using WebPlatform for Windows

By |2012-06-03T16:44:01+00:00June 3rd, 2012|Categories: Programming|Tags: , , , |

1-    Go to website and click on install WordPress as in figure (1.0) Figure (1.0) 2- Web Platform will open after click install to guide you throw setup steps as in figure (1.1) Figure (1.1) 3- Web platform will ask you to download MySql on your machine or as a remote server as figure (1.2) Figure (1.2) 4- Accept to download third party , application and components and Microsoft software to continue MySql install as figure(1.3) Figure (1.3) 5- Next enter password for your database as in figure (1.4) Figure (1.4) 6- Install MySql will start progress as  in figure (1.5) [...]

MongoDB Series – windows installation

By |2012-03-13T16:51:52+00:00March 13th, 2012|Categories: Programming|Tags: , , |

Brief about NoSQL NoSQL stands for Not Only SQL , the next generation databases mostly addressing some of the points: being non-relational, distributed, open-source and horizontally scalable. Often more characteristics apply such as: schema-free, easy replication support, simple API, eventually consistent / BASE (not ACID), a huge amount, of data and more. You can read more about NoSQL at and Introduction to MongoDB MongoDB is a high-performance, open source NoSQL database, Written in C++. MongoDB features  - Document oriented storage. JSON-style documents with dynamic schemas offer simplicity and power.  - Full index support Index on any attribute, just like you're [...]

Google Android Development – Part 1

By |2012-03-04T16:42:12+00:00March 4th, 2012|Categories: Programming|Tags: , , , |

This is the first post in a multi-part series on Android development.  Throughout the series, we’ll explore how to build applications for the Android platform.  This first post is an introduction to the Android SDK and the Eclipse IDE along with a high-level overview of Android applications. PreRequisites Java Development Kit (JDK)  – self-explanatory; the Java runtime and development libraries. You can download it from here ( Eclipse – an IDE (integrated development environment) for Java and other languages.   If you don’t have it installed, You can get the Eclipse Classic 3.7.2 version, which will suit the needs of this tutorial. [...]