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Setting Up Your Own Mail Server Can Be Fun!

A typical Web mail application, which would be sufficient for the needs of an individual, is woefully inadequate when it comes to system generated emails. The obvious solution to this issue is to…

Android-Studio-Opener

Create Your First App with Android Studio

Android Studio is a new Android development environment developed by Google. It is based on IntellJ IDEA, which is similar to Eclipse with the ADT plugin. Let’s get familiar with the installation of…

Areca Backup

Looking for a Free Backup Solution? Try Areca

Let’s take a look at Areca Backup, which is simple, easy to use, versatile, and makes interacting with your backups easy. Areca Backup is an open source file backup utility that comes with…

Firewall

Using Xeams as Spam firewall

Xeams is a user friendly, free multi-platform mail server supporting SMTP, IMAP and POP3. It incorporates a powerful junk/ spam filtering engine that eliminates almost 99% of the junk mail. Xeams Spam filter…

Open Up or Lose Out

An open network is integral to innovation and efficiency It has never been more exciting to be in data centre networking as new technologies such as Ethernet fabrics, Software-Defined Networking (SDN), and Network…

Use Jenkins as an Android App Development Framework

This is a continuation of our article “Getting Started with Jenkins”. Jenkins plays an important role in Android app development since it has an Android Emulator plugin. Read on to find out more….

Jumpstart Linux Kernel Module Programming

Here’s an introduction to the Linux kernel module, along with an explanation on how to write a simple pluggable module to the Linux kernel and load the module into the existing kernel. The…

Apps-developing

Need a Backend For Your App? Here’s Parse to the Rescue!

Discover Parse, which allows mobile app developers to forget about server maintenance and complex infrastructure, and instantly add push notifications, data storage and social integration to their apps. Read on… With the advent…

Setting Up OpenAM for Web Authentication

OpenAM provides a system for integrating diverse Web applications-to share common authentication and authorisation systems. It can protect applications running on any Web or application server. With a centralised login for all applications,…

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