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myvidboxly.com Scam Text Message Don’t Click!

myvidboxly is a Scam Text Message If you receive a text from an unknown number with a link to myvidboxly.com do not click it! This is a scam site with adult content that is also  trying to phish for your information. The scammers use your name and pose as one of your friends trying to share a secret video. It even includes a photo of your friend so it would appear all this information was taken from Facebook. To unlock the content you are required to create an account by entering an email and password. Do not do this as...

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Introductory Guide to SAPUI5 Routing

This guide will introduce you to the basics of SAPUI5 routing. You will learn the purpose of routing, how to implement it, and why you should use it. You can follow my steps to create your own application using routing. All the source code will be made available for download. Introduction Before we begin coding let’s take a look at the purpose of routing and why you should use it. Routing allows users to navigate to any point within the application. You can even pass variables to show the correct tab or item once the designated view is reached. This...

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Organizing Angular Javascript Code

When organizing angular javascript code everyone has their own preferences, and there is a lot you can get away with doing. But just because the computer can interpret it doesn’t mean other developers can.  So here is my design preference that I push for in projects which helps me, and the rest of the team, quickly find variables and functions you are looking for. In the Java world class names always start with a capital letter and are CamelCase.  In angular  I consider the functions that define a controller, service, or directive to be a class and use this naming convention. All...

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Large Angular Project Design Guide

Are you about to start developing a large angular project? Have you mastered the basics but not sure how to structure a huge app with more than just a few screens? Then you need to read the Large Angular Project Design Guide.  Most design guides, or examples to get you started, are for really small projects that put all the views and controllers in separate files. But when building large applications it is best to organize files by feature.  When you open our app/account folder for example you know all these files are dealing with a users account. Much easier...

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Monsta File Manager

We have added Monsta File Manager to the Sentora control Panel.  Once logged in you can find it under the ‘file’ tab.  You will still need to create an FTP account to use it.  The application allows you to manage your files via a web browser and will open up in a new window when launched.  Be sure to log off to properly end your session and close the window when finished.  We have added this feature for convenience but do not recommend using web based file managers.  File managers such as FileZilla or WinSCP are more efficient, secure, and less buggy....

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HTTPS/SSL Encryption for Sentora Control Panel and Other Hosted Sites

This article is mainly for Gemnode staff, or any other server admin out there that is using the Sentora control panel and wants to serve sites over HTTPS using SSL. If you are hosted with Gemnode and wish to have your site secured, just let us know and we can set it up for you. Generating SSL Certificates First we will need to generate SSL certificates, thankfully this can be done free via Lets Encrypt. Sentora recommends creating a new certificates directory for each user and there sites like the path below: /var/sentora/hostdata/zadmin/ssl_certs But I recommend sticking to the guides and storing the...