jRaspBee Maven artifact released!

If you’re using Maven, you will find JRaspBee Maven artifact directly in the Central Maven repository here: http://search.maven.org/#artifactdetails%7Ccom.enterprisecoding%7Cjraspbee%7C1.0%7C http://repo1.maven.org/maven2/com/enterprisecoding/jraspbee In order to start using JRaspBee library in your Maven project, just add the following dependency to your pom.xml: Please find below the source code & javadoc links; Source code: https://github.com/fatihboy/jRaspBee/releases/tag/jraspbee-1.0 JavaDoc: http://www.javadoc.io/doc/com.enterprisecoding/jraspbee...
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jRaspBee: Java client library for RaspBee bridge

With this blog post, I’m proud to announce the availability of jRaspBee; a lightweight wrapper over the actual API of RaspBee to control Hue compatibles accessories. It provides some convenience functions and constructs, but in general it just wraps the API calls and responses into nice classes and exceptions, so you don’t have to worry...
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Just Released : AppFabric Extensions 0.1.30.27

I’m pleased to announce that AppFabric Extensions v0.1.30.27 is released. AppFabric Extensions is a set of management extension for Windows Server AppFabric. Instead of having a seperate executable, AppFabric Extensions integrates itself into IIS 7+ management console, just like Windows Server AppFabric does. Management Extensions for Windows Windows Server AppFabric project is aimed to add...
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Windows Server AppFabric Management Extensions is Out

First code bits of my project Windows Server AppFabric Management Extensions is out at CodePlex. You can visit project page at http://appfabricextensions.codeplex.com/ Currently it has cache allowed account management module embedded into IIS Manager; more to come…     Application setup is on the way; but source code can be download and compile from CodePlex...
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Tip : Check AppFabric Cache Status Using PowerShell

It’s  a daily job of a System Administrator to check AppFabric Cache status, and it will be very usefull to have a script to do so. Please find following script which will guide you to do so; $hostinfo = Get-CacheHost if($hostinfo.Status -eq [Microsoft.ApplicationServer.Caching.AdminApi.ServiceStatus]::Down)){ # Do whatever you want with a down AppFabric Cache host }else{...
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Tip : Is Your PowerShell Session Running With Administrative Privileges?

Sometimes you may need to perform administrative stuff within your script. In such cases, it’s better to check whether your user has such privileges to execute the script. Please find the sample below, which checks user for administrative privilege; $user = [Security.Principal.WindowsIdentity]::GetCurrent() if((New-Object Security.Principal.WindowsPrincipal $user).IsInRole([Security.Principal.WindowsBuiltinRole]::Administrator)){ # Keep executing your script… }else{ # Warn user for...
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