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How to Change Maven Offline Mode

June 30th, 2015 4 comments

Maven is a great tool when it works; otherwise it’s pretty hard to figure out what’s happening and how to fix problems. Instead of detailing steps to get something done, the Maven philosophy is to let developers to pick what they want. For the common use cases that fit in its convention, Maven is pretty easy. In general, Maven is easy to start, and hard to customize.

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Installing vCenter Appliance 6.0: A Few Gotchas

June 29th, 2015 2 comments

There is a big change in the vCenter 6.0 with the introduction of Platform Service Controller. To run vCenter 6.0, there must be a PSC server somewhere: either existing one, or new one installed together with vCenter. For most dev/test environments, you would choose the latter option which is also referenced as embedded mode. Because of this separation of vCenter and PSC, the installation process of vCenter appliance 6.0 is quite different from the previous versions.

Setting Up Development Environement for HTML5 and JavaScript

June 28th, 2015 No comments

While JavaScript getting more popular with HTML5 these days, it’s also getting more complicated with various libraries. It’s no longer an easy, if possible, job to manage the dependencies by hands.

As I started to play with JavaScript and HTML5, I have installed several tools for the development. If you’re intested in HTML5, the following steps and links may be helpful to you too.