I just read Good Relationships by Michael Hunger. It was a great read to get up to speed on Spring Data Neo4J quickly, and also the only reference out there.
But, it requires you join InfoQ and give them your personal information to sell to whoever they please. No thanks.
Well, let’s look at those links, what do they really do? Pop open the inspector and look at the link. We see that it calls
loginAndDisplayDownloadLink(). Ok, so what is this function? Well, we can see it displays the content of
afterLogin once complete. So, what is in that element? Oh, I see, the download links!
A crappy website, right? Why manage sessions and login state when you can just have a form post away user information from the page and reveal what was always there? Understandably a lower overhead implementation, but not secure by any measure.
So, to get the links, just run this on the page:
document.getElementById(‘afterLogin’).style.display = ‘block’
Or use the download links, since the are in a publicly accessible page after all 😉
Of course, this is quite common since MicroSoft Does it Too.
The above links are now dead due to a rework of InfoQ. It was great while it lasted.