Document Object Model

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  • The Relational Model For Data Storage

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    Abstract The relational model, which uses predefined tabular relations to store data, has remained the preeminent model for data storage since it was first implemented in the early 1980s. However, due to the proliferation of the Internet, today data flows in and out of organizations quickly, and most of this data is in a semi-structured state that is designed for communication over http. It is difficult to fit this complex data into a flat two dimensional array. For that reason, it is imperative

  • Browser : Window And Browser

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    status bar, page itself to name a few. Collectively, these parts are called Browser Object Model. These different objects can be accessed by JavaScript. Window is the browser. There are other objects under window. These objects allow you to access all HTML objects on the page, redirect the user to another page, get browser window size to name a few. BOM (Browser Object Model) BOM stands for Browser Object Model. As the name suggests, it is used to communicate with the browser. BOM does not have

  • Software Development : Developing Websites Essay

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    Development: Developing Websites for Multiplatform Use Kei Roberts   Contents Introduction – Page 3 W3 consortium – Page 4 Document Object Model (DOM) – Page 5   Introduction For this report I have been asked to cover a rage of topics such as •A description of the W3 consortium and their role in relation to web development •A description of the document object model, exploring issues faced when developing for a range of platform versions and device vendors •An overview of current security

  • Advantages And Disadvantages Of Javascript Framework

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    Introduction. The last ten years have seen the release of a huge number of JavaScript frameworks. Designed and developed to aid in the rapid development of websites, web applications and other online software. Previously, to develop large applications that were secure, fully functional, cross browser applications would have taken a team of developers, working on bespoke front-end and backend systems. With the advancement of the web browser, along with the maturing of HTML5, CSS3, JavaScript and

  • Computer Viruses and Malware Essay

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    INTRODUCTION Two of the common known attacks on computing systems are the deployment of computer viruses and malware. Computer viruses are minute program which is “embedded inside an application or within a data file which can copy itself into another program“(Adams et al, 2008 ) for the sole determination of meddling with normal computer operations. The consequences may range from corruption and deletion of data; propagation of virus on to network and deployment through attachments through

  • My Love Letter Virus Code

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    Introduction The code described is characterized as “I Love you virus” or “Love Letter Virus” it was a computer worm first spotted in Asia, was then caught circulating and contaminating in millions of computer worldwide. (Knight, 2000) Creator and his background Suspect behind Love Letter virus code was Onel Guzman’s (age 23), since a similar thesis was rejected for his graduation course at AMA Computer University in Makati, Philippines, it was made to steal password from the internet, he and

  • Description Of A Relational Database

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    several data models to define it. My topic of this research paper is the Document Store data model. I will be covering the introduction of the model and its mechanics, how and when the model emerged, its strengths and weaknesses, and it’s real world applications. Introduction and How it Works Document Store or “Document-oriented database” is a data model within the NoSQL family, made for storing, retrieving, and managing document based information. The concept revolves around documents containing

  • View Point Based Similarity Measure By Clustering

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    relationship among the data objects that they are applied on. Similarity between a pair of objects can be defined either explicitly or implicitly. In this paper, we introduce a novel multi-viewpoint based similarity measure and two related clustering methods. The major difference between a traditional dissimilarity/similarity measure and ours is that the former uses only a single viewpoint, which is the origin, while the latter utilizes many different viewpoints, which are objects assumed to not be in the

  • Database Vs. Relational Database Model

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    you will see when it comes to database models. The relational database model is great for data that normally can fit into a table, or shows relationships between data, but not all data falls into that category. There are a few options for these situations. You can use an object-oriented database, a hierarchical database, a network database, and a flat-file database. The first alternative is known as the object-oriented. In a document-oriented database model, each individual record, and all of the

  • Microsoft Office As The Front End For The Code Developed

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    user wants to execute the code when a specific document is open. Second, user want code to be available whenever the application is running. Thus to provide both the types of functionality following types of project templates for VSTO-based Office development are provide by Visual Studio Document-level Customizations Document-level customizations are one of the template for VSTO which consist of an assembly that is associated with a single document in Microsoft Office Word or Microsoft Office Excel