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Microsoft SQL Server

Microsoft SQL Server

What is Microsoft SQL Server used for? Microsoft SQL Server is a relational database management system (RDBMS) that supports a wide variety of transaction processing, business intelligence and analytics applications in corporate IT environments. Is SQL Server from Microsoft? Microsoft SQL Server is a relational database management system developed by Microsoft. Today SQL Server 2022, the most Azure-enabled release of SQL Server yet, with continued innovation in performance, security, and availability. The rise of data represents a tremendous opportunity and also poses challenges. Companies…

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Spring

Spring

1. Introduction to Spring Framework Spring Framework is a Java platform that provides comprehensive infrastructure support for developing Java applications. Spring handles the infrastructure so you can focus on your application. Spring enables you to build applications from “plain old Java objects” (POJOs) and to apply enterprise services non-invasively to POJOs. This capability applies to the Java SE programming model and to full and partial Java EE. Examples of how you, as an application developer, can use the Spring platform advantage:…

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SVELTE

SVELTE

Svelte is a new uprising client side tool which is definitely worth learning. We will guide you through the basic steps required to setup a Svelte Project and display a simple component. What is Svelte used for? Svelte is a new framework that can be used to create user interface just like other frameworks like React and Vue. The major update in Svelte does most of the code conversion to lower level at compile time itself. Since the work is…

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Neumorphism

Neumorphism

Neumorphism (aka neomorphism) is a relatively new design trend and a term that’s gotten a good amount of buzz lately. It’s aesthetic is marked by minimal and real-looking UI that’s sort of a new take on skeuomorphism — hence the name. It got its name in a UX Collective post from December 2019, and since then, various design and development communities have been actively discussing the trend, usually with differing opinions. Chris poked fun at it on Twitter. Adam Giebl created an online generator for…

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