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Understanding RapidJson - Part 2

In my previous blog on Rapidjson, alot of people asked for a detailed example in the comments so here is part 2 of Understanding Rapidjson… 353 more words


Suricata 4.0.1 available!

We are pleased to announce Suricata 4.0.1.  This is regular bug fix release fixing various issues. Also added is much improved Napatech support.

Changes… 289 more words


Sunday Post #1: Json(ing)

Hello & welcome to the new Sunday Series of posts where I’ll post about what work has been done on K&T in that week – or if nothing much has happened, I’ll post about something else instead. 248 more words


JS Questions: How are JSON Web Tokens Used?

This is the twelfth in a series of posts I’m writing that aims to provide concise, understandable answers to JavaScript-related questions, helping me better understand both foundational concepts and the changing landscape of language updates, frameworks, testing tools, etc. 573 more words

Teaching Topic

Creating your first REST API

Last tutorial we developed a basic understanding of what the service layer is comprised of by adding a couple of simple methods that took advantage of our… 1,400 more words

Spring Boot

Built-in JSON function in Sql Server 2016 - OPENJSON

Starting from 2016, Sql server and Azure Sql database has introduced built-in JSON functions which allows you to read JSON format data or convert tabular format data into JSON format. 495 more words

AngulaJS basic to expert

                                            AngulaJS basic to expert  – Day One

I am going to write This article series to help you to learn AngularJS 1.x.x as quickly and in simple way from basic to expert level. 632 more words