|Related to : Can someone tell me the benefits of using a public subnet?|
|Domain level authentication of public API key with google calendar public calendars via PHP|
If the calendars are public then you should be able to authenticate as
ANY Google account and read the calendar, you don't need to
authenticate as that specific user. Use standard OAuth 2.0
authentication and request offline access so that you'll get a refresh
token which can be used to refresh the access token.
|Why can't I access the internet from my private subnet on an AWS VPC?|
There could be a lot of reasons, because of various configuration
errors, but most common problem is when you neglect to an an internet
gateway to your VPC.
By default, instances that you launch into a virtual private cloud
(VPC) can't communicate with the Internet. You can enable access to
the Internet from your VPC by attaching an Internet gateway to the
VPC, ensuring that your instanc
|What are the benefits of using Knockout in an ASP.NET MVC application|
Firstly, KO is not a replacement for the Jquery. It just helps you to
provide design scalability and data-driven UI.
Anytime we can connect UI elements with data model.
Easily create complex dynamic data model.
Automatically update UI when Data Model is changed, when UI is changed
then Data Model is changed automatically.
Support event-driven programming model.
Extend custom behavior
|Any benefits in using TCP for desktop, when server already using WebSockets for web|
WebSockets connections starts as a HTTP request, so it will go through
firewalls easier than a socket connnection.
WebSockets starts as HTTP but they behave like a regular TCP
Also, most of the times the same TCP port for HTTP is used for
WebSockets, since that despite of being a different protocol, the
negotiation starts as HTTP.
The WebSocket protocol defines alread
|What are the benefits of OCaml as a programming language behind Hacklang and Flow?|
"What are the benefits of OCaml as a programming language" is indeed
an opinion-based question, and one that I'm not going to tackle here.
However, I work on the Hack team at Facebook, and have worked closely
with the Flow team, so I can answer the question I think you intended
to ask: "Why did Facebook pick OCaml to build Hack and Flow?"
The biggest reason is that OCaml has brilliant support fo