Tutorial by Topics: libraries

Since all Web Components must be self-contained, including all their dependencies, duplicated dependency import would quickly become an issue with script includes. Thus, Web Components (and, by extension, Polymer) use W3C HTML imports for managing component dependencies. These imported HTML files can be cached by the browser and will only be loaded once.

Most external libraries are not yet prepared for HTML imports. Fortunately creating the necessary HTML wrapper is quick and straight forward.

An easy to follow guide that will lead you through the process of binding Swift .framework files for use in a Xamarin project.

In order to keep Alamofire focused specifically on core networking implementations, additional component libraries have been created by the Alamofire Software Foundation to bring additional functionality to the Alamofire ecosystem. - AlamofireImage - AlamofireNetworkActivityIndicator
PrestaShop contains within itself many open source libraries

In order to use custom tags in JSP,we used to have TLD files,along with a Java class to define the custom tags but post JSP 2.0 specs,the same can be achieved,without the need for any Source code files,making it easy to maintain and it can also be created by someone with basic knowledge of JSP tags without need for java code.

Here you will find documentation on:

-Installing libraries into the Arduino IDE

-Including libraries into a Sketch

If you use the objects in other applications as part of your Visual Basic application, you may want to establish a reference to the object libraries of those applications. This Documentation provides a list, sources and examples of how to use libraries of different softwares, like Windows Shell, Internet Explorer, XML HttpRequest, and others.

When building applications using Angular 2.x there are times when it's required to use any third party libraries like jQuery, Google Analytics, Chat Integration JavaScript APIs and etc.

In short, a DLL is a collection of small executable code, which can be called upon when needed by a program that's running. The DLL lets the executable communicate with a specific device such as a printer or may contain code to do any number of particular functions. As there are several methods of implementations to do this, in this topic I'll be showing you how to register and unregister any DLL that your application calls for; and we'll be doing so using the RegSrv32.exe command line.

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