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Reflections: OSI 2010 CXO Summit

Reflections — Open Source India 2010 CXO Summit

Gone are the days when Open Source Solutions were considered the play-tools of geeks. Over time, open source tools and technologies have emerged as powerful, scalable, flexible, and most importantly, economical alternatives to…

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Integrating Google App Engine and Eclipse

Ever wondered what Google App Engine and cloud computing is all about? Here’s an easy way to try it out, by integrating it with Eclipse. It makes everything much simpler if you get…

HTML + JavaScript = Android App

Build Android Apps Using HTML with PhoneGap

With all the hubbub around Android, it’s tempting to make an app yourself. But considerations like, “I don’t know Java,” or “I’m just a Web developer and haven’t ever done app development,” hold…

Drupal module development

A Quick-Start Practical Guide to Drupal Module Development

In this article, we attempt to build a simple module by learning some basics of the Drupal Module Core. You can extend Drupal by developing your own modules to suit your applications’ needs….

Kernel development and debugging using Eclipse

Kernel Development & Debugging Using the Eclipse IDE

This article is targeted at Linux newbies, kernel developers, and those who are new to Eclipse. It deals with development, building and debugging of the Linux kernel using the Eclipse IDE. Eclipse is…

Android application development

Android Application Development: CLI Tools

This article on Android application development introduces you to the command line utilities that come packaged with the Android SDK, all of which are extensively used to create an Android Application. When using…

Android Application Development

Android Application Development Basics

Here’s a basic Android application — a Simple Interest Calculator, which illustrates the application development method. To follow this tutorial, you should have written ‘core’ Java code, and should have some experience using…

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