Tutorial by Topics: dynamics

UIKit Dynamics is a full real-world physics engine integrated into UIKit. It allows you to create interfaces that feel real by adding behaviors such as gravity, attachments, collision and forces. You define the physical traits that you would like your interface elements to adopt, and the dynamics engine takes care of the rest.

Microsoft Dynamics CRM has evolved drastically over the past few years. There have been many updates and versions released, with a range of new features and improvements at each stage along the path. During the upgrade of a Dynamics CRM environment, there are a few points to bear in mind to ensure a hassle- free upgrade process.

UIKit Dynamics is a physics engine integrated into UIKit. UIKit Dynamics offers a set of API that offers interoperability with a UICollectionView and UICollectionViewLayout

As AppDynamics aims to provide a way to measure application performance, speed of development, delivery (deployment) of applications is an essential factor in making DevOps efforts a true success. Monitoring a TIBCO BW application with AppD is generally simple and not time consuming but when deploying large sets of applications rapid instrumentation is key. This guide shows how to instrument all of your BW applications in a single step without modifying each application before deploying.

This topic covers how to do a dynamic pivot in SQL Server.

Dynamic SQL allows you to assemble an SQL query code in the runtime. This technique has some disadvantages and have to be used very carefully. At the same time, it allows you to implement more complex logic. PL/SQL requires that all objects, used in the code, have to exist and to be valid at compilation time. That's why you can't execute DDL statements in PL/SQL directly, but dynamic SQL allows you to do that.

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