The Warriors stayed busy during the third day of free agency.Golden State agreed to contracts with Willie Cauley-Stein and Glenn Robinson III on Tuesday. The center and wing both have a chance to be rotation pieces for the Warriors as Klay Thompson (ACL) is expected to miss at least the start of the season. Lakers free agency rumors: Los Angeles continues to fill out roster, signs Jared Dudley Kawhi Leonard free agency rumors: Lakers believe they’re ‘firmly in the lead’; Drake plans Raptors pitch Warriors free agency rumors: Golden State signing Willie Cauley-Stein, Glenn Robinson The Warriors also acquired guard D’Angelo Russell, who should slot into Thompson’s place in the backcourt while he is sidelined, in a sign-and-trade with the Nets earlier this week.The Lakers continued to fill out their roster Tuesday, as well, as they inked veteran Jared Dudley to a one-year deal. Related News Here’s a complete list of notable signings from the second day of free agency:(All trades reported by ESPN, The Athletic, and Yahoo Sports)— Rodney McGruder will be in Los Angeles for at least the next three seasons. The wing inked a three-year, $15 million contract with the Clippers. He averaged 7.6 points per game with the Heat in 2018-19 before Los Angeles claimed him off waivers in April.— Wilson Chandler is heading back to a team in New York. The forward agreed to a one-year contract with the Nets. He started his career with the Knicks and played with them from 2007-11.— The Timberwolves added frontcourt depth with the addition of Noah Vonleh, who will sign a one-year contract. — The Bulls are keeping point guard Ryan Arcidiacono. The guard, who was a restricted free agent, inked a three-year, $9 million contract with Chicago. The Bulls also signed center Luke Kornet. — The Knicks had reportedly shown some level of interest in James Ennis. But, the wing re-signed with the 76ers on a two-year, $4.1 million deal. — Wing Dorian Finney-Smith is returning to the Mavericks on a three-year, $12 million deal. — The Warriors appeared like they would lack depth this season. However, that may have changed with the addition of Cauley-Stein and Robinson. Cauley-Stein averaged 11.9 points and 8.4 rebounds in 81 games for the Kings in 2018-19. — The Lakers’ roster is taking shape as they added wing Dudley on Tuesday. They signed Troy Daniels one day prior. — The Jazz continue to retool and appear like they’ll be a contender in the West next season. They signed versatile wing Jeff Green (one-year, $2.5 million) and guard Emmanuel Mudiay (one year).— Boston brought back a pair of role players. The Celtics inked Daniel Theis, a restricted free agent, to a two-year, $10 million deal and Brad Wanamaker to a one-year contract. They also came to terms with French center Vincent Poirier.
The last entry discussed CAD file viewers that enable any user to view the CAD model data created from applications in the original file format.Another twist when working with CAD documents is that not only is the underlying data complex but often the ‘document’ itself is not a single file, but a packet of files. For example, a CAD document might consist of vector graphic layers superimposed on top of a TIFF image. The TIFF image is stored in one file and the other layer components may be in one or multiple files.These multi-file CAD model documents are often referred to as hybrid documents.The document repository manages the document relationships and understands which file of the hybrid document packet is the primary CAD drawing and which files are components that are referenced by the primary file.But hybrid documents and thin-client applications can present special problems. Retrieving and managing hybrid documents from standard web-based storage applications can be painful. Web browsers understand MIME types, but they don’t know about the concept of hybrid documents. Users expect to be able to single-click on a document reference returned from a document repository search and automatically launch and display the document in the view application. But to launch and view a hybrid document requires that all the component files of the hybrid document be first downloaded to the user’s machine and located in the same directory.When the browser communicates with the web server it can only receive a single file in response to a server request. And for security reasons there is no way to specify where the file will be downloaded on the client machine. So getting all the files onto the client machine, having them located in the same directory, and then launching the view application can be a challenge in a standard browser.Formtek solves the problem by including a browser plugin with its web application. The plugin loads onto the user machine a single time, and thereafter the browser client can efficiently communicate with the server to download all component files and then launch the view application. The whole process is initiated with a single click and the whole process works like the user would expect.
The Nagpur Bench of the Bombay High Court on June 29 adjourned the hearing on the bail application of former Delhi University professor G.N. Saibaba till July 19. He was sentenced to life imprisonment for Naxal links in 2017. His lawyers had moved the bail application citing his deteriorating health condition inside the jail. However, government pleader Prashant Sathiyanathan requested for more time to file an additional affidavit, which the court agreed to.