There is no great writing, only great rewriting. - Justice Brandeis
I'm not much of a Python coder, but I'm learning to be a pretty good Python re-coder.
Mobile websites all seem to have this button, which appears when you've scrolled down a bit. The button scrolls you back to the top of the page, where most of the menus reside.
This seems so basic, it's almost embarrassing to publish, but this showed up a few times on Stackexchange. I had trouble figuring it out, too, partly because the Python docs are so lengthy.
What's an Exception?
This script uses ImageMagick and AVConc (ffmpeg) to convert images uploaded by a low-end DLINK internet camera to an FTP server.
I almost wrote a page for this, but it turns out a bookmarklet is good enough:
MySQL has a feature to log slow queries, and it's nice, but the problem is, a lot of the queries look alike. So what you want is a backtrace so you can find the code that created the query.
This is a concept for a product key activation for a web application. You download the application, install it on the server, and then it will allow you to buy a key via a website.
All the tutorials out there teach JS by having the user write a file, and load it into the browser.
I was thinking a bit about the JS co-learning thing, and discovered that services, APIs and libraries really change the game, or have changed the game.
Prelims: HTML and DOM CSS and DOM
smartctl 5.43 2012-06-30 r3573 [x86_64-linux-3.5.0-27-generic] (local build) Copyright (C) 2002-12 by Bruce Allen, http://smartmontools.sourceforge.net
The attached file is a rudimentary demonstration of persistent local storage in the browser. You can click on it to see the page in action, and do a view source on that page.
I’m a ZF noob and was noticing that ZF OOP relies heavily on service managers rather than instantiating classes directly. This article explores why things are set up that way.