Posts Tagged ‘Environment’

Creating System Environment Variables in Windows 7

Every administrator who uses batch scripts is well aware of the built-in environment variables (WinDir, Path, ProgramFiles, etc.). Using them makes your batch scripts a lot more portable on other systems and is overall a rather good practice. For example instead of modifying a batch script for a different system in which the Windows directory is located in a different place you can simply use the WinDir environment variable. We use it like so: Read the rest of this entry »

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Editable Datagrid for Ruby on Rails Built with dhtmlxGrid

This tutorial shows how to display tabular data in Ruby on Rails environment within editable datagrid, using dhtmlxGrid. In the end you’ll get a datagrid with in-line editing, sorting, and filtering, which loads its data from server and saves it back to the database using Ruby on Rails. Read the rest of this entry »

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What is rendering in 3D programs

In computer graphics (3D/CAD/Video), rendering is the process of generating the raster graphic of an image from 2D or 3D object defined by high-level of descriptions like material, light, physical environment, etc. Rendering is important act in 2D and 3D graphics. Read the rest of this entry »

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