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A Simple JavaBeans Tutorial

A JavaBean is a specialized Java class. In this short JavaBeans tutorial, I’ll show you the rules with which a JavaBean must comply and then I’ll give you examples of creating a JavaBean, first in straight Java and then in JSP. Continue Reading »

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Fundamental Benefits of Web Analytics

How Web Analytics Can Benefit Your Business

The effectiveness of your web presence is largely dependent on the overall online experience of your visitors. Web analytics provides you with the ability to collect, measure and analyze activities of your online visitors. If you can measure something, you can understand it. Once you start understanding it, you can control it. If you can control it then you can work towards improving it. In nutshell, you can tune your web presence with a customer-centric approach.

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.NET Value and Reference Types

In .NET, types defined as classes become reference types and types defined as structures become value types. The class library that ships with the .NET framework defines basic types like Int32, Int16, Boolean, char etc., as structures. More complex types in the Framework are typically defined as classes. So, what are the major differences between reference type objects and value type objects?

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Google Search Rank and Site Speed

Google has long been a strong proponent of enhancing our experience on the Internet by speeding up the web on various levels. Over the past few years Google introduced several products geared toward increasing web performance. Products such as Google Chrome and Google Public DNS were created to improve the browsing speed.

Now Google wants you to share their passion and join hands with them to make the web faster. Google is encouraging you to come on board by including a new parameter in their famous, yet mysterious search ranking algorithm. If you haven’t guessed it, it’s called: “your site speed”. According to Google, site speed reflects how quickly your website responds to web requests.
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Xcelsius and the Object Browser

The Object Browser

In Xcelsius, the Object Browser is your new best friend.  It stores and displays all of the components that are on the canvas and allows you to hide them and/or lock them into position.  Xcelsius allows you to design a dashboard  by placing components on the canvas.  It adds exciting visualization to Excel data– trends, what-if, projections and much more.

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