Category: Other

The Other category displays the articles and tutorials which don’t quite fit into our other various categories. This may include information about proprietary platforms, tools or the Liquid Web control panels

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A Python Overview

Python is a high-level language made and designed for advanced data science projects due to its dynamic semantics. It removes the need to manage low-level hardware things like memory or CPU registers, bringing the components together. As a result, python stands out as a worthy choice for data science projects.

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What is Transport Layer Security (TLS)?

Transport layer security (TLS) is another security protocol designed for privacy and data security among Internet communications. It encrypts communication between web apps and servers and is also used to encrypt email, messaging, and voice over IP (VoIP).

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Introduction

Mac computers have become a popular and important tool for all types of computer users. However, Mac users frequently miss out on Windows software and games and tools custom-built for Linux operating systems.

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What is OpenStack?

If you are looking for a way to manage your cloud computing, OpenStack is the platform for you. An open-source and free-to-use platform, OpenStack is a worldwide solution for all of your cloud-related concerns. Here is a quick OpenStack tutorial on how to get the most out of it and make OpenStack for you.

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Introduction 

Choosing an appropriate web app development technology is a challenging task nowadays. Currently, we have many programming languages, frameworks, and technologies that make it difficult for entrepreneurs and business owners to select the right development tool.

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Virtualization is the go-to solution for organizations looking to maximize the performance of their available resources without increasing the associated costs. The ability to create and run one or more virtual instances of software applications or hardware-like servers and networking devices increases IT departments’ flexibility and ability to scale infrastructure based on business needs.

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Cloud management platforms were created because cloud computing has become almost mandatory for most everyday business use. The CloudStack vs OpenStack battle is not quite consequential, but rather a choice between advanced cloud management platforms that control large amounts of data.

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Exim vs Postfix: A Comparison

Posted on by Lucia Sims | Updated:
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In this day and age, it is not possible to imagine any business environment without email messages. One aspect of setting up an email server for your company that is often overlooked is the selection of your mail transfer agent (MTA). MTA is also an abbreviation for mail transport agent or message transfer agent. No matter what you call it, an MTA plays an important role in everyday mail communication. An MTA is software that is responsible for transferring your electronic mail messages to the correct mail server, which an MTA finds by querying the MX records of the recipient.

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How to Use Material-UI in React

Posted on by Kyle Johnson
Category: Other | Tags: Material-UI, React
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Material-UI is a library of components written in React for building user interfaces. Originally developed to unify the React framework (Facebook) and the Material Design system (Google), the library for Material-UI in React is maintained by an independent company of core developers, supported by community contributors.

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Podman vs Docker: A Comparison

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Containerization has been taking the app development world by storm. In today’s technological landscape, it’s common to hear Docker associated with containers, but there are other options.

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