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This page describes the client-side service available with the Maps JavaScript API. If you want to work with Google Maps web services on your server, take a look at the Node.js Client for Google Maps Services. The page at that link also introduces the Java Client, Python Client and Go Client for Google Maps Services.

LA-Roads Server

Accessing the Geocoding service is asynchronous, since the Google Maps API needs to make a call to an external server. For that reason, you need to pass a callback method to execute upon completion of the request. This callback method processes the result(s). Note that the geocoder may return more than one result.

INTEGRATION, by default, models the C-EEDR application assuming IDEAL connectivity, i.e., all messages transmitted are received without loss or delay. This assumption simplifies the modeling process from the traffic engineering perspectives and provides an upper bound of the expected benefits of the application. The C-EEDR application is developed as a feedback system that assumes the vehicles are connected and equipped with GPS. Moreover, a vehicle is assumed to be capable of calculating the fuel consumption for each road segment it traverses and communicating this information to the central server. In INTEGRATION, the fuel consumption and emission rates of each vehicle are calculated every second, based on instantaneous speed and acceleration.

where Fv is the estimated fuel consumption of vehicle v on the road segment Sj. The fuel consumption cost is communicated to the central server when the vehicle leaves the road segment. Then, the routing algorithm uses all the communicated road segments costs to update the current ones using Equation (4).

Client-side and server-side are the two ways an organization can collect and deliver data, but each approach comes with its own respective set of both benefits and drawbacks. In order to have the most comprehensive, secure, and flexible data supply chain, Tealium recommends employing both client-side and server-side collection and delivery based on your strategic data needs.

There are now over 6600 marketing technology vendors, only a small number of them offer server side capabilities. That is why it is key for organizations building a best-of-breed marketing cloud to have flexible options for data collection and delivery.

2.2 When you interact with the Services, certain information about your use of the Services is automatically collected, regardless of whether you create an account on the Services. This information includes, but is not limited to, your browser type; mobile phone, tablet or other device type; computer or mobile operating system; the domain of the website that referred you to us; name of your Internet service provider; web pages you visit on the Services; IP address; geo-location information; and standard server log information. We also collect information about your interactions with our email messages, such as whether the messages were opened and the links clicked in those emails. Much of this information is collected through cookies, web beacons and other tracking technologies. Most web browsers automatically accept cookies but, if you prefer, you can usually modify your browser setting to disable or reject cookies. If you delete your cookies or if you set your browser to decline cookies, some features of the Services may not be available, work, or work as designed.

Hello allan.I need to format decimal to currency in server side datatable.My Data which I return in Page is "mData": "TotalAmount" I need to display the result in format of e.g 10,000,000.00 instead of e.g 232206368.75

In May 2013, Silk Road was taken down for a short period of time by a sustained DDoS attack.[20] On 23 June 2013, it was first reported that the DEA seized 11.02 bitcoins, then worth a total of $814, which the media suspected was a result of a Silk Road honeypot sting.[21][22][23] The FBI has claimed that the real IP address of the Silk Road server was found via data leaked directly from the site's CAPTCHA and it was located in Reykjavík, Iceland. IT Security Experts have doubted the FBI's claims because technical evidence suggests that no misconfiguration that could cause the specific leak was present at the time.[24][25]

On 3 November 2020, after years of inactivity, observers of the bitcoin blockchain detected that two transactions totaling 69,370 bitcoin and bitcoin cash,[67] worth approximately $1 billion in total at the time of transfer, had been made from a bitcoin address associated with the Silk Road.[68] At the time of transfer, it was worth 58 times its value in 2015.[69] It was subsequently revealed that the transfer had been made by the United States government in a civil forfeiture action.[70] According to a press release by the U.S. Attorney's Office of the Northern District of California, the bitcoin wallet belonged to an "Individual X" who had originally acquired the bitcoins by hacking the Silk Road.[71]

The complaint published when Ulbricht was arrested included information the FBI gained from a system image of the Silk Road server collected on 23 July 2013. It noted that, "From February 6, 2011 to July 23, 2013 there were approximately 1,229,465 transactions completed on the site. The total revenue generated from these sales was 9,519,664 Bitcoins, and the total commissions collected by Silk Road from the sales amounted to 614,305 Bitcoins. According to the government, total sales were equivalent to roughly $183 million and involved 146,946 buyers and 3,877 vendors.[89][9] According to information users provided upon registering, 30 percent were from the United States, 27 percent chose to be "undeclared", and beyond that, in descending order of prevalence: the United Kingdom, Australia, Germany, Canada, Sweden, France, Russia, Italy, and the Netherlands. During the 60-day period from 24 May to 23 July, there were 1,217,218 messages sent over Silk Road's private messaging system.[9]

The restaurant industry is also pressing to switch from tips (which legally belong to the worker) and instead go to a service charge only system. Service charges can be kept entirely by the boss. Legislation to stop that will be the center of a big fight because it will mean a cut in pay for servers and others.

In order to provide our online services securely and efficiently, we use the services of one or more web hosting providers from whose servers (or servers they manage) the online services can be accessed. For these purposes, we may use infrastructure and platform services, computing capacity, storage space and database services, as well as security and technical maintenance services.

E-mail Sending and Hosting: The web hosting services we use also include sending, receiving and storing e-mails. We may also use third-party dedicated e-mail marketing services or marketing-automation providers. For these purposes, the addresses of the recipients and senders, as well as other information relating to the sending of e-mails (e.g. the providers involved) and the contents of the respective e-mails are processed. The above data may also be processed for SPAM detection purposes. Please note that e-mails on the Internet are generally not sent in encrypted form. As a rule, e-mails are encrypted during transport, but not on the servers from which they are sent and received (unless a so-called end-to-end encryption method is used). We can therefore accept no responsibility for the transmission path of e-mails between the sender and reception on our server.

The server log files can be used for security purposes, e.g. to avoid overloading the servers (especially in the case of abusive attacks, so-called DDoS attacks) and to ensure the stability and optimal load balancing of the servers.

If made available, applicants can submit their applications via an online form. The data will be transmitted to us encrypted according to the state of the art. Applicants can also send us their applications by e-mail. Please note, however, that e-mails on the Internet are generally not sent in encrypted form. As a rule, e-mails are encrypted during transport, but not on the servers from which they are sent and received. We can therefore accept no responsibility for the transmission path of the application between the sender and the reception on our server. For the purposes of searching for applicants, submitting applications and selecting applicants, we may make use of the applicant management and recruitment software, platforms and services of third-party providers in compliance with legal requirements. Applicants are welcome to contact us about how to submit their application or send it to us by regular mail.

The information in the profiles is usually stored in the cookies or similar memorizing procedures. These cookies can later, generally also on other websites that use the same online marketing technology, be read and analysed for purposes of content display, as well as supplemented with other data and stored on the server of the online marketing technology provider.

The increase of the Internet users and web applications leads to the need for more reliable and faster Web services. Different techniques were developed to address this issue and to provide a better QoS for the Internet users. Among them, an important role is played by the replication of Web services. Replication of Web services is obtained by implementing a Web service with several Web servers. This replication can be deployed either locally (e.g. by a cluster of computers) or geographically (e.g. servers distributed sparsely in the Internet). In this paper we deal with geographical replication. Two main approaches are currently used for geographical replication: client-side and server-side approach. We focused our analysis on the client-side approach. We classified and contrasted, qualitatively and quantitatively (via simulation), different client side techniques to find the pro and cons of each approach with the aim to identify the best solutions for content-delivery systems. 041b061a72


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