material design – Missing pickers in specifications?

I'm trying to find a specification for the date / time selectors in Material Design.
Have the date / time pickers been removed from the Material Design specification?

I can not find it, several implementations have links to the material.io page, which seem to be dead links.

See: https://materialdoc.com/components/pickers/

Who has a dead link to: https://material.io/guidelines/components/pickers.html#pickers-date-pickers

gpu – What are the PC specifications for OpenGL 4.5?

I want to create an OpenGL application, but I'm afraid that if I use the recent API 4.5, few people can actually run it. I was wondering if I could find statistics on OpenGL 4.5 support, but it did not work. However, I found statistics on Vulkan and Direct3D support and wondered if I could deduce OpenGL 4.5 support. Otherwise, I would also appreciate the minimal specifications of the computers supporting it, so that I can possibly determine what their market share is.

pixels – Take photos with the camera of my iPhone 8 meets the specifications required for the design of a book cover?

All versions of the iPhone 8 have a 12 MP rear camera with an aspect ratio of 4: 3. This represents approximately 3000 x 4000 pixels in vertical orientation (portrait). That's more than enough to provide an image of 2,400 pixels high and 1,600 pixels wide, as Smashwords recommends. It is a little more than twice as wide as the required minimum width of 1400 pixels.

Beyond that, it is only necessary to produce an image that is both attractive and appropriate to your book and its subject. If you do not know how to do it, maybe you can call a friend?

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Software – DITA to PDF conversion, correct use of specifications?

The company I work for recently asked to support their DITA to PDF conversion files.

I have little experience with DITA, but after a few readings, I am a little confused. In the DITA manual, there are all these things that will happen when outputting to the desired format depending on the attributes you define for which elements.

However, in my company's system, everything is dictated by style sheets.

We have an application with a reduced version of Integrated Oxygen. This application uses multiple XSL files as well as Saxon.jar to combine multiple DITA files into an XML file, and then transforms them into HTML. A CSS file is then used with a third-party application to generate PDF.

This sounds too complicated and is an abuse of the specification; DITA provides a toolkit that generates the files as specified. But we write in DITA and then transform it as we see fit (because we want a completely different result from what the DITA toolbox would give us), and we often have to find alternatives, because DITA does not have elements or attributes we need.
The third-party software also does not fully comply with CSS specifications – for example, flex-boxes and grids are not supported, and hiding borders does not work as expected.

Does it make sense for anyone to do this transformation?
It seems to me that we use DITA simply because large companies use it, even if it does not meet our needs.

Control Specifications: Additions Delll Poweredge R240 +

After a long wait for Coffee Lake Xeons, I am now ready to upgrade.

Can any one check that this base unit dell + additions is appropriate:

First here is the requirement:

Platform E-2176G
32 GB of RAM
<512 GB NVME for startup and data
512 GB SSD for logs and backups
Centos 7/8, Apache, PHP, Maria 10.x, most of the data is stored in USB keys. The activity of the database is 85% in reading and 15% in writing

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RAID / Internal Storage Controllers – PERC H330
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PCIe Riser – PCIe Rise with fan with 1 LP, x8 PCIe + 1 FH / HL, x 16 PCIe
Additional network cards – LOM Broadcom 5720 dual port 1 GB, LOM

I will give up RAM and 2x disks (the Dell site will not let me select 0 or even 1 drive) and upgrade with Crucial RAM, Intel NVME and Samsung SSD:

RAM – 2 UDIMM ECC DDR4-2666 Crucial 16 GB
CT16G4WFD8266 – DDR4 PC4-21300 • CL = 19 • CLASSIFIED IN DOUBLE • BASIC X8 • NOT RECTIFIED • ECC • DDR4-2666 • 1.2V • 2048MEG X 72 •

nvme – Intel Optane 900P 280 GB AIC to add to the PCIe card
SSD – SSD / Solid State Drive SATA 2.5 "Samsung 860 PRO 512 GB

Does this look OK?

Is the Optane reader compatible and can I use a 2.5 "form factor?

Is the PSU adequate?

Hostxnow has changed its specifications – now fewer resources for the same price

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Before: You could get 100 GB of NVME with 2CPU cores / 2 GB of RAM and unlimited accounts for 35 GBP / month
Now: you only get 25 GB SSD (not NVMe) with 1CPU core (not 2) and 50 represents 35 GBP / month

Another FYI storage is still the same. Local SSDs and connected drives (NVMe type) using the OVH Public Cloud platform, which is not given! We also upgraded the processor speed from 2.3 GHz to 3.1 GHz. Existing customers have also benefited from this free update.

There is a difference between 1 or 2 CPUs from 2.3 GHz to 3.1 GHz.

3.1 GHz would be faster. Do other vendors that you use or are interested in even advertising the GHz CPU they use for their Shared / Reseller plans? Many do not know what is not transparent.

A classic case of many going into details without knowing the difference.

If you want to make a comparison, make a comparison of apples to apples, like

  • Time spent in business (very important)
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etc. You can not just go by the specifications and the price alone. But we are not late on the specification / price either if you can compare accurately.

I hope this helps you clarify things.

What are the advantages and limitations of using formal specifications?

I've done some Internet research on the pros and cons of using formal specifications and especially code contracts in C #. I have found various answers but I have not been able to identify the key points of the pros and cons, as I have already mentioned. Can I get help on this topic and any relevant sources that will help me?

hardware – What processor specifications to consider when buying processors for different servers?

I am curious to know which processor specifications are needed for which server.

I've recently discovered that machines whose main purpose is data transfer should have CPUs with high clock frequencies to make this easier. What other options should be considered for other common server purchases? For example, which servers must have CPUs with a large cpu cache, a high number of cores, and so on. Not taking into account energy consumption, memory support or costs.

Thank you!