Month: August 2015

Choosing a JavaScript Framework, the only way ?

Choosing a JavaScript Framework .  Which JavaScript Framework will be best for you? Let us try to answer what you actually need. Because, in the end, it’s not only about JavaScript Frameworks. It becomes very difficult for so many people when they try to choose a JavaScript Framework. But I think it’s more about framework vs. libraries. Using a framework may lead to a lock-in where as a library based approach yields more flexibility. Don’t get me wrong. Frameworks are great in that they solve a lot of common concerns. This is just great for prototyping and development up to a point.     Frameworks Come with Boundaries    The problems begin as you start hitting the boundaries and go beyond what theframework was meant for. As the framework you are using gains new features you’ll likely want to keep your application up to date. This incurs some cost and may lead to bigger refactoring at worst. Libraries Are More Flexible   In a library based approach (say React + some router + some data solution) you can be more flexible. As technologies come and go you can upgrade portions of your application as you want. There’s no need for big upheavals. Instead you set the pace. Say if a better router comes up you can replace that specific portion without having to disrupt the rest of the application. Both...

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How to rdp into your linux server

Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP) is a proprietary protocol developed by Microsoft , which provides a user with a graphical interface to connect to another computer over a network connection. The client PC uses RDP client software (often mstsc.exe) for this purpose, while the other computer must run RDP server software. This tutorial will teach you how to RDP to Linux machines. Open your terminal in Linux machine then type the following command line in it (Ubuntu-based machines!) sudo apt-get install xrdp In fedora-based machines you can use yum install xrdp It will will ask permission to install the package , so just type your admin password and hit enter, and then type ” y ” to continue This will install the xrdp package and start the RDP service in your Linux machine. Now you will need to determine the IP of the Linux machine. For that, type following command line in terminal: ifconfig In this case my Linux machine`s IP is 192.168.1.110 Now type mstsc in the Windows Search field, which will open up the following window: Now, simply type your Linux machine`s IP in the Computer: field, and then click connect. You will likely need to click through an authentication/version warning. Now you can see a xrdp login session. At this point, type your username and password for the Linux machine and click OK. You are now connected...

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