Green cleaning refers to the use of cleaning methods and products that are environmental friendly in nature as it contains ingredients and products that are designed to preserve and create no harm to the human health and environment quality.
These green cleaning products and techniques avoid the use of materials which contain toxic or harsh chemicals some of which emit volatile organic compounds which cause respiratory, dermatological and other dreaded conditions. Products are environmental friendly and biodegradable.
Little that we verify, what it is in that container of Your favorite Cleaning Product?
Experts say that most of the cleaning products are made up of enormous amount of chemicals which can impact the health of users. As people are being more aware of the impacts and zooming in the market, people begin rethinking what they will be bringing into their homes.
Famous water pollutant is phosphates, water-softening mineral additives that were once widely used in laundry deterge…
How Exiciting it will be if you can call Java directly from an AIR Application? I got excited when i read first time. And I feel you will also be. So why to wait, here is the solution for it........ Merapi Merapi: A Bridge between Adobe AIR and Java Merapi is a bridge between applications written in Java and those running in and created for Adobe AIR™ (Adobe Integrated Runtime™).
Merapi has been designed to run on a user's machine, along with an Adobe AIR™application and providea direct bridge between the Adobe AIR™ framework and Java, exposing the power and overall calabilities of the user's operating system, including 3rd party hardware devices.
With a light weight and straightforward API, developers can leverage the OS by writing Java companion applications for their AIR™ applications. Java programs treat Merapi as a bridge to the running Adobe AIR™ application and vice-versa. How to achieve this is given below:
Java Reflection is a technology that looks inside a Java object at runtime and sees basically everything about the object that you would know at compile time. Java Reflection is a technology that looks inside a Java object at runtime and sees what variables it contains, what methods it supports, what interfaces it implements, what classes it extends—basically everything about the object that you would know at compile time.The Reflection API is located in the java.lang.reflect package and is included in any J2SE installation. Primarily it is intended for very generic programs such as database browsers or visual code editors, but it can be used in any other applications. Reflection is for Basic techniquesThere are two basic techniques involved in Reflection: discovery and use by name. Here are descriptions of both:Discovery involves taking an object or class and discovering the members, superclasses, implemented interfaces, and then possibly using the discovered elements.Use b…