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B. Registering Chrome Apps with Google

Slice ePub January 27, 2015
<p>Before a Chrome App can access Google APIs, you must register it with Google. Registration is documented by Google (read the “User Authentication” section), but as of October 2014, the Google Developers Console user interface has been updated, and the step-by-step instructions are out whack with what the website does. What follows here works as of this writing, but be warned that it might change again by the time you read it.</p><p>To register your Chrome App and obtain a client ID, you need to do the following:</p><p> Copy the client ID and update your manifest with OAuth2 client ID and scopes: </p><p> On the first call to <code>chrome.identity.getAuthToken</code> (see Accessing Google APIs), you are asked to confirm the permissions, as shown in Figure B-5. </p><p>Generally, while you’re developing a Chrome App you’ll load it in unpacked form by clicking the “Load unpacked extension” button on the Extensions page, as described in Chapter 1. That causes an app ID to be assigned to the app, but then if you install the app, either by dropping a <code>.crx</code> file onto the Extensions page or downloading it from the Chrome Web Store, a different app ID will be assigned. If you go back to developing the app as unpacked, you might get the earlier app ID, or perhaps even a different one.</p><a class="default-logo-link" href="/ebooks/802496-programming-chrome-apps">See more</a>

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Appendix B: Web-Based Resources to Support RTI Implementation

Slice ePub September 11, 2014
<p> <strong> www.fcrr.org </strong> </p><p>This site provides free lesson structures for differentiated reading instruction and information on core reading activities, student center reading activities for grades K–5, interventions for struggling readers, and reading assessment at the elementary, middle, and high school levels. The site also provides information targeted to parents, teachers, administrators, literacy coaches, and researchers.</p><p> <strong> http://ies.ed.gov/ncee/wwc/publications </strong> </p><p>This is a clearinghouse sponsored by the U.S. government that describes various research-based instructional curricula in reading and math. Unlike some of the websites dedicated to reporting only on scientifically supported reading curricula, this clearinghouse likewise reports on new mathematics curricula. While rigorous research standards prevent this site from reporting on some curricula, if such a decision is made, this site will clearly state the rationale and describe the curriculum.</p><a class="default-logo-link" href="/ebooks/243406-beyond-the-rti-pyramid-solutions-for-the-first-year-of-implementation">See more</a>

Medium 9781626561069

7 How Gameful Engagement Will Disrupt Experimenting to Learn

Slice ePub August 14, 2014
<p> <strong>Stretching and learning using emotion-laden attention, to grow</strong> </p><p>Games are obstacles we volunteer to overcome.</p><p><strong>JANE MCGONIGAL</strong>,<br><em>Reality Is Broken</em></p><p><strong>Think ahead ten years</strong>—how will corporations experiment to learn about the business they want to create? In other words, how will you prototype your new business? The answer: you will game it. And you can start now.</p><p>In order to learn how to make money in new ways, you will need to get others gamefully engaged with your idea. Often, you will need to give away assets from your existing right-of-way in order to engage people and in order to learn how to make money in new ways.</p><p>The subtitle of Jane McGonigal’s marvelous book <em>Reality Is Broken</em> is <em>Why Games Make Us Better and How They Can Change the World</em>. As we look ahead at learning by experimenting over the next decade, we have to think about gaming as a way of engaging more and more people to help them work toward better and better worlds. Scalability reciprocity can be a means to a better world, but it will require engagement. How might you get people engaged? You make it fun. You make it meaningful. You lower risks by simulating, rather than playing for real right away.</p><a class="default-logo-link" href="/ebooks/740646-the-reciprocity-advantage-a-new-way-to-partner-for-innovation-and-growth">See more</a>

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10. Java Message Service

Slice ePub May 27, 2014
<p>Java Message Service is defined as JSR 914, and the complete specification can be downloaded from http://jcp.org/aboutJava/communityprocess/final/jsr914/index.html.</p><p>Message-oriented middleware (MOM) allows sending and receiving messages between distributed systems. Java Message Service (JMS) is a MOM that provides a way for Java programs to create, send, receive, and read an enterprise messaging systems messages.</p><p>JMS defines the following concepts:</p><p>An implementation of the JMS interfaces, included in a Java EE implementation.</p><p>An application or process that produces and/or receives messages. Any Java EE application component can act as a JMS client.</p><p>An object that contains the data transferred between JMS clients. A JMS producer/publisher creates and sends messages. A JMS consumer/subscriber receives and consumes messages.</p><p>Objects created and preconfigured by an administrator. Typically refer to JMS Destinations and Connection Factories identified by a JNDI name.</p><a class="default-logo-link" href="/ebooks/364039-java-ee-6-pocket-guide">See more</a>

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The Struts Configuration Files

Slice PDF May 27, 2014
<p><taglib></p><p><taglib-uri>/WEB-INF/struts-bean.tld</taglib-uri></p><p><taglib-location>/WEB-INF/struts-bean.tld</p><p></taglib-location></p><p></taglib></p><p><taglib></p><p><taglib-uri>/WEB-INF/struts-logic.tld</taglib-uri></p><p><taglib-location>/WEB-INF/struts-logic.tld</p><p></taglib-location></p><p></taglib></p><p></web-app></p><p>The Struts Configuration Files</p><p>The Struts framework uses an XML-based configuration file to declaratively configure all aspects of the Struts application. By default, this file is named struts-config.xml, although you can call it whatever you like. The file is normally placed within the WEB-INF directory. The location can actually be specified within the web.xml file using the config initialization parameter.</p><p>Using Multiple Struts Configuration Files</p><p>Each Struts application can have one or more Struts configuration files per module. For each module, the framework parses the separate configuration files, merges all of the configuration settings in memory, and presents them as a single set of instructions for the application. The configuration settings for each module are kept separate from one another.</p><a class="default-logo-link" href="/ebooks/363271-jakarta-struts-pocket-reference">See more</a>

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