Podcast Producer: Publishing to YouTube

My new article at the Apple Developer Connection is now available. When creating podcasts you dont always want to publish to one of the blogs or wiki services on your Leopard Server, or to iTunes. How about posting to YouTube? From the intro: YouT…

My new article at the Apple Developer Connection is now available. When creating podcasts you dont always want to publish to one of the blogs or wiki services on your Leopard Server, or to iTunes. How about posting to YouTube? From the intro:

YouTube has created a whole new generation of users who like to view video over the Internet, whether at their computer, their laptop or when using their iPhone. With Podcast Producer, you have many workflows available to you on your Mac OS X Server, but you can also customize workflows and publish content directly to YouTube. Follow along to build a custom workflow that will take an existing video podcast through Podcast Producer and post the content directly onto YouTube.

The solution involves a custom application using the YouTube Java kit that submits a converted podcast content to your YouTube account. Read: Podcast Producer: Publishing to YouTube

Aperi Discovery and Probe Videocast

As a follow up to my first introductory video on using Aperi, I now have a follow-up videocast on how to add storage systems to your Aperi installation. The process is two-stage, first you have to run a discovery process (to find the devices) and …

As a follow up to my first introductory video on using Aperi, I now have a follow-up videocast on how to add storage systems to your Aperi installation. The process is two-stage, first you have to run a discovery process (to find the devices) and then a probe (to find out information about those devices, such as the specific configuration of the SAN). You can view the videocast online: Watch the “Discovery and Probe” demoOr you can download it for viewing at your leisure: Download the “Discovery and Probe” demo (13.3MB)

Aperi Download and Install Videocast

Aperi is an open source storage management framework that provides you with a single interface to managing all of your different storage solutions. You can get more information from the Aperi Homepage. The Aperi application is based on Eclipse, an…

Aperi is an open source storage management framework that provides you with a single interface to managing all of your different storage solutions. You can get more information from the Aperi Homepage. The Aperi application is based on Eclipse, and is an excellent example of an application built on top of the core Eclipse framework (technically, the IDE is another example of this, but many people confuse the Eclipse IDE and the Eclipse Framework as the same thing). To help you understand and use Aperi, I’ve created a video that shows how to install and setup Aperi ready to start using it. You can view the videocast online: Watch the “Download and Install” demoOr you can download it for viewing at your leisure: Download the “Download and Install” demo (16.8MB)

Develop with Java and PHP technology on AIX Version 5.3, Part 6: Building the Java business application

The final part of the PHP/Java series is now available. This last part of the series covers the modification of our original application so that it employs the PHP/Java bridge as the interface between the core Java application and PHP. A detailed …

The final part of the PHP/Java series is now available. This last part of the series covers the modification of our original application so that it employs the PHP/Java bridge as the interface between the core Java application and PHP. A detailed overview of the content:

  • Comparing connection technologies
    • The Web service method
    • The PHP Java Bridge
    • Differences and similarities
    • Performance
    • Java and PHP development

  • Developing a Web interface
    • Revisiting the Web interface for the Java environment
    • Parsing the responses
    • Re-deploying in PHP

  • Creating a PHP interface to the Java survey data
    • Creating a new instance of the Survey application
    • Generating the Survey form through a single method
    • Generating the form by using SurveyQuestion methods directly
    • Submitting survey responses back to the Java classes
    • Submitting a survey response

Read Develop with Java and PHP technology on AIX Version 5.3, Part 6: Building the Java business application

Building a grid system using WS-Resource Transfer, Part 5: Using WS-RT for work distribution

The fifth and final part of my series on using WS-Resource Transfer is available to read now. In this last part we look at using the WS-RT system as a method for distributing work within your grid system. Read Building a grid system using WS-Resou…

The fifth and final part of my series on using WS-Resource Transfer is available to read now. In this last part we look at using the WS-RT system as a method for distributing work within your grid system. Read Building a grid system using WS-Resource Transfer, Part 5: Using WS-RT for work distributionRead past parts of the series: Read: Building a grid system using WS-Resource Transfer Series

Building a grid system using WS-Resource Transfer, Part 4: Using WS-RT for grid monitoring

The fourth part of my series on developing a grid solution using the new WS-Resource Transfer system is available now. In this tutorial, we look at both sides of the security session, in terms of using WS-RT as an aid to the authorization process …

The fourth part of my series on developing a grid solution using the new WS-Resource Transfer system is available now. In this tutorial, we look at both sides of the security session, in terms of using WS-RT as an aid to the authorization process and at combining WS-Security with WS-RT for secure resource exchange.Read: Building a grid system using WS-Resource Transfer, Part 4: Using WS-RT for grid monitoringRead past parts of the series: Read: Building a grid system using WS-Resource Transfer Series

Develop with Java and PHP technology on AIX Version 5.3, Part 5: Installing and integrating the PHP Java Bridge

The penultimate part of the series on using PHP and Java together to produce a web interface to your Java application is now available. In this penultimate part of the series, I look at the real-time use of the PHP/Java bridge as the final part an…

The penultimate part of the series on using PHP and Java together to produce a web interface to your Java application is now available. In this penultimate part of the series, I look at the real-time use of the PHP/Java bridge as the final part and alternative solution to using web services to communicate between the PHP and Java components. You can also read the past parts of the series:

Read: Develop with Java and PHP technology on AIX Version 5.3, Part 5: Installing and integrating the PHP Java Bridge