Monday, 13 June 2016

The Indian who steal the Show


Sundar Pichai, the executive who replaced Larry Page as Google’s CEO announced on Monday.
 The new CEO of Google born in 1972, Sundar Pichai grew up and did his schooling in Chennai, Tamil Nadu.

Pichai was graduated from Institute of Technology, Kharagpur (IIT ) in Metallurgical Engineering. Pichai was recommended by his Professors at IIT to pursue PhD at Stanford University
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Sunday, 12 June 2016

Servlet Life Cycle


All the servlet implements the javax.servlet. Servlet interface. This interface has the servlet lifecycle methods. The interface is defined as follows:

The web server loads a servlet when it is first requested by a client and manage the lifecycle of the servlet. Three methods are important in the servlet lifecycle...To Read More...Click Here

Saturday, 11 June 2016

Embedding You tube Videos in Drupal Website


Video Embed Field: defines a custom field type that allows you to display videos from YouTube or Vimeo. Not only can you embed videos; but you can also display video thumbnails.

The module also allows you to define video styles, just think of a video style as a video player. This means you can define a video style which is 640px wide on the article page,..To Read More..Click Here

Friday, 10 June 2016

Google Chromecast


The initial release of Google Chromecast was the cheapest & easiest way to give your television set a smarter boom. Costing £30 it was an enticing device that made getting content to your big screen a boom. Google has now continued it up with a new Chromecast that comes in a varied form factor with advanced networking performance.
While the internal n/wing upgrades are welcome, there are now other rivals with diminutive streaming sticks that work in a similar way & offer additional functionality.
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Thursday, 9 June 2016



Navigating large websites has always been a design problem. You could create a huge sitemap-like
menu with links to every page, but it would become impossible to scan and grow increasingly large as more pages are added.
In general, designers choose either:

  1. A small simple menu that links to pages with additional navigation as you delve deeper
    (Site point is a good example). These are easy to use and accessible, but multiple clicks can be required to
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