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IBM Maximo Asset Management 7.6 Preview Site – United States

This preview of Maximo Asset Management is strictly to be used for previewing purposes. Answer Due to the high number of users connecting to this preview server, you may experience delays or be unable to connect. If you are unable to connect, please disconnect and re-attempt to log in. Several administrative features such as registering new users and all database configuration options have been disabled to minimize the impact to all users of the system. Maximo Asset Management 7.6 product components. Many o

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Install WordPress on IIS | Microsoft Docs

Install WordPress on IIS 12/17/2007 4 minutes to read Contributors by Eric Woersching Introduction WordPress is a blog publishing application and content management system. According to wordpress.org,WordPress is “a state-of-the-art semantic personal publishing platform with a focus on aesthetics, Web standards, and usability.” The following sections describe how to install and configure WordPress for use with FastCGI on Internet Information Services 7 (IIS 7) and above. This document assumes that you h

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ArcGIS Runtime SDK for .NET Samples—ArcGIS Runtime SDK for .NET Samples | ArcGIS for Developers

Get hands-on with ArcGIS Runtime SDK for .NET by using the samples, which illustrate the variety of mapping and GIS capabilities you can add to your own applications.

You have a couple of choices for getting started with sample code, described on this page:

  • Samples in GitHub
  • The code samples here

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Setting up a Raspberry Pi Samba Server – The Urban Penguin

Configuring a Raspberry Pi Samba Server is not difficult and shares your staorage with the Windows world. You may be looking at acquiring some NAS, Network Attached Storage, for your home network. Maybe even for your office and this is where you may find that the Raspberry Pi provides a more than an adequate solution

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Using Visual Studio Code with a Raspberry Pi (Raspbian) | thisDaveJ

We’re back with our LTM (Learning through Making) series of Node.js tutorials and we’re gearing up and getting ready to write some code!  We’ve learned how to build a Raspberry Pi from the ground up including Node.js, we’ve created a web server in Node without code, and we’ve even managed to get this web server on the Internet as a cool trick.So how are we going to write Node.js code? There’s nothing that would stop us from simply jumping onto our RasPi and using the Leafpad text editor or even the nano console-based editor to write our code.  I propose that we use some more robust tools in the form of an IDE (Integrated Development Environment) to help us along in our coding journey.It turns out that the RasPi 2 and RasPi 3—in spite of the significant CPU/memory boost they offer over their predecessors—will run most IDEs a bit sluggishly and will be frustrating for any serious Node.js work.  I offer here a creative alternative we will use to expedite the software development lifecycle and run the Node.js code natively on the Pi.In this tutorial, we’re going to use Visual Studio Code for doing Node.js development.  Don’t worry if you have another preferred IDE such as Sublime Text or Atom as these steps will be generally applicable.  I’m approaching this from the Windows platform, but I believe these steps can be adapted for OS X and Linux platforms as well.The solution is conceptually simple.  We will create a network file share on the RasPi and map the drive on the Windows machine so we can harness the computing power of our Windows machine to write the code.  When we are done writing the code, we can then run it natively on either the Windows machine or the RasPi.  We’ll see the beauty and versatility of cross-platform JavaScript in action!  Let’s get started.

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