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GemFire XD 1.4 Now Available for Download

The latest release of GemFire XD 1.4 is now available for download. Its biggest improvements include single hop inserts for 50% faster performance, and support for JSON document objects in SQL tables. This makes GemFire XD even better for write-intensive use cases, such as high-speed ingest. Also, now we can support use cases that need more schema flexibility to the otherwise well-defined relational structure of GemFire XD.

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Working with the Cloud Controller API in Ruby: Beyond CFoundry.

Cloud Controller is the primary API through which third parties interact with Runtime; it encapsulates the myriad internal services that take a user from ‘cf push’ to a running application. Both the Pivotal Developer Console (the web application that ships …

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Quick abstracts of YAML or JSON documents

When I work with unfamiliar YAML files specifying deployment manifests, product metadata, serialized records, etc. I want to quickly get a sense of a few things:

What is the set of keys in this data structure? If the structure(nested keys)…

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Even Better Parsing of JSON Data on Android

Last spring I wrote a post about how to parse JSON data efficiently on Android using Google GSON’s JsonReader class. I’m happy to report that I’ve found an even easier way to do the same thing! Google’s GSON is a …

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High Level Features of the UAA

The User Account and Authentication Service (UAA) in Cloud Foundry is responsible for securing the platform services and providing a single sign on for web applications. A previous article introduced the UAA and placed it in the context of the …

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Open Web Foundation Agreement for Activity Streams Signed

At Cloud Foundry we care about making life easier for web developers and API developers. Open source helps developers reuse code. Open standards help developers reuse protocols and schemas. We are pleased to announce that VMware has furthered its commitment …

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iOS JSON Parser Comparison

This article was first composed by Peter Raboud

Multiple methods of parsing JSON data are available to iOS developers, but it is not clear which of these libraries is the best option. We investigated this problem by benchmarking the performance …

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Cloud Foundry Powers Data Sets for Mumbai

This is the third post of a series of guest blogs by application developers. We are featuring a use case by Romin Irani, an individual developer who built APIs for valuable data sets in the City of Mumbai as a …

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Introducing the new Xtreme Labs Tech Blog!

There is so much going on at Xtreme Labs that we’ve officially decided that we needed two blogs.

 

Recently we agreed that the old kindergarten mantra of “Sharing is good,” needs to be reinstated in our daily grown-up lives. …

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ThemaTweets – Visualizing the French Elections Buzz on Cloud Foundry

As the platform matures, we see many cool applications being built on top of Cloud Foundry. This is the first in a series of guest blog posts by application developers explaining what their application does, how it is architected, what …

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