Affordable diagnostic tests get a desi shot in the arm
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An Indian-origin scientist has developed a tiny chemistry set which only costs $ 5 and can be used to test water quality and provide affordable medical diagnostic tests in the developing world. Manu Prakash, an assistant professor of bioengineering at ...
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This is an example of Spring MVC Controllers. In Spring MVC, Controllers are used to provide access to the application behavior that is defined through a service interface. Controllers are the ones that interpret user input and transform it into a model that is represented to the user by the view.
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If there are any errors related with Java heap exhaustion or fragmentation in the verbose GC trace, PMAT can diagnose the root cause of failures. PMAT provides rich chart features that graphically display Java heap usage.
This provides a basic introduction to the MVP pattern. I am not (yet) an expert on this subject but I struggled to find a straight-forward, introductory, example that I liked, so decided to build it myself. It should start you on the road to explore this, and other patterns, in more detail. The examples I found were either too detailed-too quickly, or too simple to make much progress with. I like my example because it can easily be added to, and can likely be adapted to demonstrate other patterns as well.
Visualizers are normally used in Visual studio at the time of debugging to get a summarize preview of any object at a glance as we want. For example View the data of a data table Well, you may say the visual studio has already a lot of visualizers, why do we need to create a new one? My answer there are times we need to do, see the following scenarios, 1)I have a data table which has at least 20 columns and 100 rows a. I just want to view few columns value only b. I just want to see the first, middle, last columns simultaneously c. I just want to see some rows based on some criteria d. I just want to view a Total or average or blah blah...
The is a LOT of hype around the IoT. Lots of vendors selling proprietary solutions that have very little to do with the Internet of Things but everything to do with locking customers into a single solution. If we are going to have a truly open Internet of Things, the solutions will need to be interoperable.