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  • Understanding Swift Optionals

    Lee Brimelow
    Lee Brimelow
    29 Oct 2014 | 3:08 pm
    This video tutorial will teach you all you need to know to master the concepts of optionals in the Swift language.
  • Belgian Beer Explorer with React and Bootstrap on the Salesforce Platform

    Christophe Coenraets
    Christophe Coenraets
    14 Jan 2015 | 8:33 am
    In my previous posts, I shared a React and an Ionic version of a Belgian Beer Explorer application that lets users search and explore over 1700 Belgian beers by name, style, brewery, etc. In this post, I’m sharing the same application built with React and Bootstrap on top of the Salesforce platform. When you build on top of the Salesforce platform, you automatically get the infrastructure and turnkey modules that make up most of the application: you can focus your development efforts on differentiating features, like the custom user experience demonstrated in this application. For…
  • China Hole Hike – Henry Coe State Park

    Lee Brimelow
    Lee Brimelow
    18 Jan 2015 | 10:00 pm
    Today I completed my second hike in Henry Coe State Park, a 10-mile loop to China Hole and back. My comrade Tom Krcha came along with me and we arrived at park HQ at around 10:30. China Hole is one the most popular hikes at Henry Coe as its length and difficulty makes it rewarding for both beginners and more experienced hikers. We followed the route from this guide on TripAdvisor, taking the Madrone Soda Springs Trail on the way out. Lunch at China Hole The hike has a total elevation gain of 2204 ft, with the toughest section being right after the turn-around point on China Hole Trail.
  • Goodbye Java Posse Roundup – Hello WTF 2015

    James Ward
    James Ward
    13 Jan 2015 | 7:20 am
    For the past 8 (maybe 9?) years the absolute best yearly conference I’ve attended has been The Java Posse Roundup in Crested Butte, Colorado. At most conferences my favorite parts are the conversations at the bar and writing code with other attendees. The Java Posse Roundup has always been a conference just of those best parts. Even though The Java Posse is no-more, the Java Posse Roundup will live on as the Winter Tech Forum. I’m sure that many of the same developers will come since it has been a yearly pilgrimage for many. But hopefully the new name helps bring an even more…
  • Taking a Look at Sencha GXT and GWT

    Sencha Blog
    22 Jan 2015 | 7:54 am
    I’m David Chandler, the new Developer Advocate for Sencha GXT. Having recently joined the Sencha GXT team, I wanted to take the opportunity to reflect on changes in the GWT ecosystem since GWT became fully open source in 2012 and talk about what’s coming up for Sencha GXT. You can learn about Sencha GXT in our upcoming webinar. Best Practices for Building Enterprise Java Web Applications February 10, 2015 10:00am PST I am happy to report that the GWT ecosystem appears stronger than ever. According to Google’s Ray Cromwell, there are now 150,000 30-day active users of GWT,…
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    Christophe Coenraets

  • Belgian Beer Explorer with React and Bootstrap on the Salesforce Platform

    Christophe Coenraets
    14 Jan 2015 | 8:33 am
    In my previous posts, I shared a React and an Ionic version of a Belgian Beer Explorer application that lets users search and explore over 1700 Belgian beers by name, style, brewery, etc. In this post, I’m sharing the same application built with React and Bootstrap on top of the Salesforce platform. When you build on top of the Salesforce platform, you automatically get the infrastructure and turnkey modules that make up most of the application: you can focus your development efforts on differentiating features, like the custom user experience demonstrated in this application. For…
  • Belgian Beer Explorer with AngularJS and Ionic

    Christophe Coenraets
    13 Jan 2015 | 8:40 am
    In my previous post, I shared a Belgian Beer Explorer application built with React, Bootstrap, Node.js and Postgres. In this post, I’m sharing the same application built with AngularJS and Ionic. Application Highlights Like the original version, the mobile version lets users search and explore over 1700 Belgian beers by name, style, brewery, alcohol content, etc. The mobile version uses the same Node.js back-end to access data through REST services. Instead of the Previous/Next pagination of the original version, the mobile version uses Ionic’s cool infinite scrolling feature.
  • Belgian Beer Explorer with React, Bootstrap, Node.js and Postgres

    Christophe Coenraets
    6 Jan 2015 | 8:50 am
    Belgium has a long tradition of beer making. According to Wikipedia, the country counts over 1700 beers of various styles including Trappist, Abbey, Saisons, Lambic, Gueuze, Fruit Beers, White, Double, Triple, Quadruple, etc. I thought it would be fun to build an app that lets users search and explore this list in different ways: by name, style, brewery, alcohol content, etc. I learned a ton: not only building the application, but also using it! Running the Application I deployed the application on Heroku. Click here to run it. Architecture Highlights Belgian Beer explorer is a single page…
  • Building Salesforce Apps with React.js

    Christophe Coenraets
    29 Dec 2014 | 10:08 am
    In my previous posts, I shared several examples built with the React framework: I demonstrated how to build a React application in 7 steps, how to implement animated page transitions for mobile apps, and how to build a React application with a Node.js back-end. In this post, I’ll share a sample React application that accesses Salesforce data (your list of contacts) using the Salesforce REST APIs. Installing the Sample App You’ll need a Salesforce account to run this application. If you don’t already have one, you can sign up for a free developer environment here. Install…
  • Employee Directory Sample App with React and Node.js

    Christophe Coenraets
    19 Dec 2014 | 8:22 am
    A couple of weeks ago, I shared an Employee Directory sample application built with React in seven steps. Employee directory is a mobile app that allows you to look up employees by name, view the details of an employee, and call, text, or email an employee. In this post, I share a new version of the application with two new features: Animated page transitions based on pageslider-react discussed in my previous post Data access using REST services exposed by a Node.js / Express server (included in the sample app) Running the Application You can test the application in your browser: Using this…
 
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    Lee Brimelow

  • China Hole Hike – Henry Coe State Park

    Lee Brimelow
    18 Jan 2015 | 10:00 pm
    Today I completed my second hike in Henry Coe State Park, a 10-mile loop to China Hole and back. My comrade Tom Krcha came along with me and we arrived at park HQ at around 10:30. China Hole is one the most popular hikes at Henry Coe as its length and difficulty makes it rewarding for both beginners and more experienced hikers. We followed the route from this guide on TripAdvisor, taking the Madrone Soda Springs Trail on the way out. Lunch at China Hole The hike has a total elevation gain of 2204 ft, with the toughest section being right after the turn-around point on China Hole Trail.
  • Henry Coe State Park Mt. Sizer Loop Hike

    Lee Brimelow
    11 Jan 2015 | 9:45 am
    The other day I tackled what many people consider to be the toughest trail in the Bay Area. Of course there are so many things that can factor into the toughness of a hike so I take this designation with a grain of salt. The Mt. Sizer Loop is a 15-16 mile loop hike through the beautiful Henry Coe State Park near Morgan Hill. It takes about 30 minutes to get to the park’s headquarters from San Jose. I arrived around 08:30, paid the park fees, and was off hiking by about 09:00. 5.11 Tactical RUSH 72 pack I used my 5.11 Tactical RUSH 72 pack with 2 CamelBack reservoirs containing…
  • 5 Must Know Swift Features

    Lee Brimelow
    4 Nov 2014 | 9:49 am
    In this Swift video tutorial you will learn about 5 must know Swift features: lazy vars, tuples, Swift arrays, enumerations, and computed properties.
  • Understanding Swift Optionals

    Lee Brimelow
    29 Oct 2014 | 3:08 pm
    This video tutorial will teach you all you need to know to master the concepts of optionals in the Swift language.
  • Updated Version of Response for Brackets

    Lee Brimelow
    27 Oct 2014 | 11:33 am
    I’m excited to announce (although a little late) that my responsive design extension for Brackets, known as Response, has been updated to work in the latest version of the tool. Now before I go on I have to give the full credit for this update to Chen-Heng Chang. Make sure you give him some love on Twitter (@kidwm). Go on over to his fork of the project to get the code. He has also made the extension available using the Brackets Extension Manager (thanks @ikwasben): Until I can get his changes merged over you can consider his fork as the official repository for the project for the…
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    James Ward

  • Goodbye Java Posse Roundup – Hello WTF 2015

    James Ward
    13 Jan 2015 | 7:20 am
    For the past 8 (maybe 9?) years the absolute best yearly conference I’ve attended has been The Java Posse Roundup in Crested Butte, Colorado. At most conferences my favorite parts are the conversations at the bar and writing code with other attendees. The Java Posse Roundup has always been a conference just of those best parts. Even though The Java Posse is no-more, the Java Posse Roundup will live on as the Winter Tech Forum. I’m sure that many of the same developers will come since it has been a yearly pilgrimage for many. But hopefully the new name helps bring an even more…
  • Introducing Gulp Launcher

    James Ward
    10 Dec 2014 | 8:50 am
    Many developers already have the Node.js toolchain installed on their machines but when I lead workshops there are always a few who don’t. The process of installing Node build toolchains can take quite a bit of time for new users (especially on Windows). To simplify the process of getting the gulp toolchain setup, Bruce Eckel and I created gulp launcher. With a fresh system you can run gulp with only one download and one command: $ gulp Downloading jq 1.3 for x86_64 MAC Downloading Node 0.10.33 for x86_64 MAC ... npm install output ... [09:13:25] Using gulpfile…
  • Java Doesn’t Suck – You’re Just Using it Wrong

    James Ward
    3 Dec 2014 | 8:14 am
    I’ve been building enterprise Java web apps since servlets were created. In that time the Java ecosystem has changed a lot but sadly many enterprise Java developers are stuck in some very painful and inefficient ways of doing things. In my travels I continue to see Java The Sucky Parts – but it doesn’t have to be that way. It is time for enterprises to move past the sucky ways they are using the Java platform. Here is a list of the suckiest parts of Java that I see most often and some recommendations for how to move past them. 10 Page Wikis to Setup Dev Environments Suck…
  • Dreamforce 2014: Wearables, Engagement Apps, $1M Hackathon

    James Ward
    30 Sep 2014 | 9:15 am
    Dreamforce 2014 is quickly approaching and this year is going to be amazing! I’ll be presenting a few sessions and helping at the $1 Million Hackathon. Here are my sessions: Integrating Clouds & Humans with the Salesforce Wear Developer Packs As smart watches and other human-integrated devices make their way into the mainstream, developers will need to quickly ramp up to these new paradigms and interaction models. Integrating these new wearable devices with Salesforce connects users to their businesses and customers in new ways. Join us as we use code and examples to dive into the…
  • Jekyll on Heroku

    James Ward
    24 Sep 2014 | 12:46 pm
    Jekyll is simple static content compiler popularized by GitHub Pages. If you use Jekyll in a GitHub repo a static website will automatically be created for you by running Jekyll on your content sources (e.g. Markdown). That works well but there are cases where it is nice to deploy a Jekyll site on Heroku. After trying (and failing) to follow many of the existing blogs about running Jekyll on Heroku, I cornered my coworker Terence Lee and got some help. Turns out it is pretty simple. Not interested in the details? Skip right to a diff that makes a Jekyll site deployable on Heroku or start from…
 
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    Sencha Blog

  • Taking a Look at Sencha GXT and GWT

    22 Jan 2015 | 7:54 am
    I’m David Chandler, the new Developer Advocate for Sencha GXT. Having recently joined the Sencha GXT team, I wanted to take the opportunity to reflect on changes in the GWT ecosystem since GWT became fully open source in 2012 and talk about what’s coming up for Sencha GXT. You can learn about Sencha GXT in our upcoming webinar. Best Practices for Building Enterprise Java Web Applications February 10, 2015 10:00am PST I am happy to report that the GWT ecosystem appears stronger than ever. According to Google’s Ray Cromwell, there are now 150,000 30-day active users of GWT,…
  • Best Practices for Building HTML5 Applications

    8 Jan 2015 | 7:56 am
    JavaScript has enjoyed a long and storied history since its creation in 1995. As a prototype-based scripting language, JavaScript quickly became useful as a mechanism to implement dynamic logic and interactivity on web sites — and combined with the latest features of HTML5 and CSS3, JavaScript has evolved into a required technology for delivering powerful web applications. But web development also has a frustrating past, and for many software developers JavaScript and CSS remain tricky to learn. Older Internet browsers delivered wide variations in the ECMAScript and CSS specifications…
  • Sencha Space: Beyond Native Packaging—Your Questions Answered

    18 Dec 2014 | 7:56 am
    In last week’s webinar Sencha Space: Beyond Native Packaging, we discussed some of the important aspects of hybrid application development that cause significant friction. Specifically, we illustrated how native packaging tools waste both time and money by forcing developers to repeat the application development lifecycle for each of their supported platforms. We then introduced Sencha Space and demonstrated how it makes the process of developing and deploying HTML5 applications much faster and easier. Using a managed runtime environment that supports desktops, tablets and smartphones,…
  • SenchaCon 2015: Call for Papers is Open

    17 Dec 2014 | 7:56 am
    SenchaCon 2015 will offer two days of technical sessions presented by Sencha customers and partners, as well as the Sencha team. This is your chance to share how you’ve used Sencha technology to design, develop and deploy amazing applications. These three tracks will give everyone an opportunity to dive into the latest innovations in HTML5 application development. If your proposed talk is approved, you’ll receive one complimentary pass to the event and have the opportunity to hang out with hundreds of developers from leading enterprises across the world. Here’s a quick recap…
  • Announcing Sencha Ext JS 5.1

    11 Dec 2014 | 7:56 am
    On behalf of Sencha and the entire Ext JS team, I’m proud to announce the release of Sencha Ext JS 5.1. With this release, we’ve added exciting new features that further improve the richness of the Sencha Ext JS framework, especially around building data-driven single page applications. Ext JS 5.1 comes with an entirely new grid selection model (the spreadsheet model), along with other components and enhancements, including 3D columns and bar charts, a color selector, a rating widget, and an enhanced drawing package. These enhancements are a result of great feedback from our customers…
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    Official jQuery Blog

  • jQuery Foundation adopts Esprima

    Dave Methvin
    26 Jan 2015 | 12:08 pm
    The jQuery Foundation is excited to announce that we are now hosting the Esprima project! The Abstract Syntax Tree generated by this JavaScript parser is used by many important developer tools such as ESLint, Istanbul, JSDoc and JSCS. Ariya Hidayat has decided to transfer ownership of the Esprima project and its repo to the jQuery Foundation. We’re glad that Ariya has taken this step, since Esprima is such an important part of so many projects and is downloaded more than 2.5 million times every month from npm. Many thanks to Ariya for entrusting this project to us. The adoption of the…
  • jQuery UK: Europe’s jQuery Conference

    Adam J. Sontag
    21 Jan 2015 | 11:25 am
    jQuery UK will take place on March 6, 2015 in Oxford, UK. This event is organised by White October Events with support from the jQuery Foundation. jQuery UK is the UK’s largest front-end developer conference. Now in its fourth year, two packed tracks will feature the biggest names in front-end, including Bootstrap creator Mark Otto, Standardista Estelle Weyl, Google Engineer Addy Osmani and Jenn Schiffer of Bocoup. Practical sessions will cover topics including architecting client-side code for resilience, making your code more readable and expressive, and designing for displays that…
  • Famo.us Joins the jQuery Foundation

    Kris Borchers
    15 Jan 2015 | 9:30 am
    In case you haven’t heard, Famous Industries (Famo.us) announced today that they are joining the jQuery Foundation as a Founding-level member.  Famo.us joins our other Founding-level members, WordPress and IBM, and our growing list of member companies, who recognize the power and importance of the jQuery Foundation’s open governance for JavaScript technologies. For those who are not familiar with Famo.us, they offer a free, open source JavaScript platform that enables engineers to build beautiful, cross-platform web apps. It is the only framework that provides an open source 3D…
  • jQuery 1.11.2 and 2.1.3 Released – Safari Fail-Safe Edition

    Dave Methvin
    18 Dec 2014 | 7:46 am
    Season’s greetings! After a thoughtful review of the Naughty and Nice lists, we have decided to leave a small present under the tree to finish 2014: jQuery 1.11.2 and 2.1.3! These releases include several bug fixes to make your cross-browser development experience better. The most significant fix in this release is a workaround for a serious querySelector bug in Safari 8.0 and 7.1. When this bug popped up we were hopeful that it would be fixed in patch releases but that did not happen. Apple is by far the least transparent browser maker, and we have very little information about when…
  • Improving the Pointer Events Polyfill

    Kris Borchers
    17 Dec 2014 | 9:45 am
    Today, we’re excited to announce that Google has transferred its Pointer Events polyfill to the jQuery Foundation. This polyfill was originally written by Google’s Polymer team but since Google has chosen to put their Pointer Event implementation on hold, we engaged to ensure that the polyfill is maintained and continues to be a tool developers can use as a path to the eventual native implementation in all browsers. Many thanks to Google and the Polymer Team for allowing us to build off their work and continue development. The jQuery Foundation has been, and continues to be a…
 
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    SproutCore

  • SproutCore 1.11.0 Release Candidate 3

    SproutCore
    8 Jan 2015 | 1:54 pm
    The final release candidate for version 1.11.0 is now available. This release candidate fixes a few of the remaining bugs and addresses the regressions that had crept in since RC1. It also introduces several improvements and nice new features, such as the ability for SC.PickerPanes to pop “out” of their anchors when using a scale transitionIn plugin (i.e. SC.View.SCALE_IN) for a really nice effect or the ability to easily check for conflicts between a nested store and its parent using the new conflictedStoreKeys property. For a list of all the changes, please view the detailed…
  • SproutCore 1.11.0 Release Candidate 2

    SproutCore
    10 Dec 2014 | 9:02 am
    The next release candidate for version 1.11.0 is now available. This release candidate addresses a few bugs, makes some important under-the-hood improvements (e.g. SC.View layout update performance, reducing SC.Event memory churn, avoiding leaking arguments) and updates the API of SC.ActionSupport. The detailed change log can be viewed here: https://github.com/sproutcore/sproutcore/blob/master/CHANGELOG.md To install SproutCore 1.11.0.rc2 for testing, please upgrade your previous version of SproutCore by running the following: gem update sproutcore --prerelease We will be using your feedback…
  • Developer Journal: Memory Optimization

    Tyler Keating
    4 Dec 2014 | 8:10 pm
    The next release candidate for 1.11.0 will be out very shortly, but I thought it best to post a brief update on the past week’s work as this week saw a concentrated effort on core optimization. First we took another look at the use of arguments lists throughout the framework and found several more occurrences of it being accessed in an inefficient manner. Depending on the browser, accessing arguments in such a way that causes it to be allocated can be up to 80% slower and so it’s really good to have these all fixed. The other piece of optimization work undertaken has been much…
  • SproutCore 1.11.0 Release Candidate 1

    SproutCore
    26 Nov 2014 | 8:58 am
    We are pleased to announce the pre-release of SproutCore 1.11.0. Where version 1.10 drastically reduced the memory use of SproutCore, 1.11 goes even further to ferret out bottlenecks and improve the overall performance for SproutCore apps. This new version also introduces many API improvements and additions to further ease the development of modern large scale web applications. When 1.11.0 final is released in the coming weeks, we will post an in-depth look at the major changes, but until then, the full list can be viewed here: https://github.com/sproutcore/sproutcore/blob/master/CHANGELOG.md…
  • Developer Journal

    Tyler Keating
    7 Nov 2014 | 10:52 am
    Since there has been so much activity in SproutCore lately in the run up to 1.11.0, I thought it would be best to start a more regular update on the changes occurring in master. While we occasionally highlight a specific new feature in depth through a “Dispatches from the Edge” post, there are actually hundreds of small, yet interesting, changes occurring weekly that aren’t large enough to warrant their own post. It’s my hope to capture these changes in a weekly to bi-weekly developer update. So let’s begin with the last couple of weeks (Note: no changes are…
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    Treehouse Blog

  • Skeleton, AngularJS, The Fold | The Treehouse Show | Episode 125

    Chris Zabriskie
    27 Jan 2015 | 6:30 am
    It’s Tuesday, which means it’s time for a new episode of The Treehouse Show! This week, Nick Pettit and Jason Seifer talk about CSS frameworks, AngularJS, free icons for commercial use, “the fold” (or lack of one), and more! Watch this week’s episode for free now, and tune in every Tuesday for the latest in web design and web development news and tips. This Week’s Links Skeleton: Responsive CSS Boilerplate JonathanZWhite/AngularJS-Resources There is no fold. Lazy-loading Google Maps — Osvaldas Valutis Free Icons – Best Icon Packs for Commercial Web…
  • New at Treehouse: Swift, Python, and Future of Web Apps

    Chris Zabriskie
    26 Jan 2015 | 8:00 am
    It’s a new week, and that means new courses and more are now available at Treehouse! Build a Playlist Browser with Swift Time for a brand new Swift course! In this project, Pasan Premaratne will teach you how to build a fun playlist browser in Swift, and about two crucial aspects of an iOS app: navigation and how to pass information around. Learn how to work with multiple view controllers and how to transition between them using segues and navigation controllers. By the end of this project, you will have a learned the foundational Master-Detail concepts and can start building a lot of…
  • New Coding Skills Opened Up Opportunities for Jessica at Work & For Her Freelancing Career

    Faye Bridge
    23 Jan 2015 | 6:30 am
    Jessica was a designer with no coding experience. Finding that it was holding her back from job opportunities, she was determined to learn to code and be confident in her skills. Jessica started learning with Treehouse in between projects at work. A few months later, with the knowledge she’d gained, Jessica found new opportunities opening up to her not only at her full time job, but also for her freelance business. She can now confidently take on more in-depth web design projects and clients, which in turn is stably growing her business. What first encouraged you to join Treehouse and learn…
  • Intelligent Toys: A Guide for Parents

    Joy Kesten
    22 Jan 2015 | 10:07 am
    Want your child to grow up to be an electrical or mechanical engineer? How about a computer programmer or app developer? In today’s world, everyone is trying to get ahead. While some parents may feel pressured to get their kids a math tutor before pre-K, there are alternatives: toys! However, some toys are better than others when it comes to sparking curiosity. Toys that spark curiosity and build foundational knowledge of programming and problem solving come in the form of robots, circuit boards, and computer kits. These toys not only get kids thinking about complex problems, they are…
  • How to Create a Simple CSS Dropdown Menu

    Guil Hernandez
    21 Jan 2015 | 8:01 am
    Many dropdown menus we see on websites use JavaScript in some way, but it’s possible to build one entirely with HTML and CSS. In this short video tutorial, we’ll take advantage of helpful CSS selectors to build a simple dropdown navigation menu. Download Project Files If you’d like to learn more about HTML and CSS, check out our guided path of Web Design courses now available at Treehouse! The post How to Create a Simple CSS Dropdown Menu appeared first on Treehouse Blog.
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    Curl Global Community - All Forums

  • 待機サーバと同期する際の判断条件

    22 Jan 2015 | 1:28 am
    ★point sc コマンドでWindowsサービスの管理を行える ある本番サーバ環境と、その待機サーバの間で、夜間バッチにて、データベースの同期をとる際、 単純に、本番のDBからエクスポートしたダンプファイルを、待機サーバに送り、インポートする、 つまり、単純に上書きをするとします。 しかし、もし障害が発生し、待機側のDBが「正しい」状態になっていたら、 本番サーバから上書きしてはいけないことになります。…
  • ランタイムが更新されない?

    20 Jan 2015 | 4:47 pm
    Curl のコントロールパネルを開くと、「更新」のタブがあります。 ランタイムのバージョンを更新する機能のようですが、「今更新する」ボタンを押しても、 「更新ステータス 最終更新確認」の日時は変わるのですが、 「Curl について」のタブに表示されるAPIバージョンには変更がありません (現時点の最新公開バージョンが 8.0.5 で、自PCのバージョンは8.0.4) この更新機能は何を意味しているのでしょうか。
  • テキストフィールドの右クリックメニューのカスタマイズ

    19 Jan 2015 | 11:49 pm
    テキストフィールド(TextField)を非活性(enabled?=false)の状態で、 右クリックメニューから、文字列をコピーできるようにしたいです。 通常では、テキストフィールドが非活性の状態では、 すべての右クリックのメニューが押せません。 RecordGrid であれば、context-menu-at というメソッドがありましたが、 テキストフィールドではどのようにカスタマイズするのでしょうか。
  • リモートデスクトップの同時接続数を増やす

    19 Jan 2015 | 8:37 pm
    ★point 気を使うより、数増やせ 下記サイトを参考にして、リモートデスクトップの同時接続数を増やすことができます。 ■1 つの接続で実行可能な同時リモート接続数を構成する http://technet.microsoft.com/ja-jp/libra...53380.aspx これで、他の作業者の顔色を窺わずとも、気軽にサーバにログインできになります。
  • Using cURL command, how do we fetch stock data which comes back *WITHOUT comm

    15 Jan 2015 | 6:57 am
    What can I add to the below script so that it fetches the stock data and brings it back WITHOUT any commas and spaces? For example GOOG Outstanding shares is 675,000,000. I desire the output of 675000000 for my txt file. (no spaces or commas or punctuation). I need decimal functionality however for share prices though). This txt file data is then inputted into Excel and needs to be delimited so the values need spacing as well. cd desktop/quoteUpdate while true do curl -s http://download.finance.yahoo.com/d/quot...6sj2ss6sf6 \ sed 's/"[A-Z][^"]*",/ & /g' \ | awk -- '{ gsub("\"", "",…
 
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    SilverlightShow: Silverlight Community

  • Daily News Digest 1/27/2015

    27 Jan 2015 | 4:02 am
    Here is the new SilverlightShow content for Tuesday, January 27th, 2015. Back to basics with Visual Studio and lessons in app development – Feb 25th Slides: Ads in Mobile Apps and Games 101 Cimbalino Toolkit: Integrating with MVVM Light Toolkit AdDuplex turns 4! Happy Birthday to Them – Present for You Binding To Nullable Enums Subscribe to our Daily News Digest RSS Feed to receive a summary of all SilverlightShow news! Or follow our news on Twitter - @silverlightshow!
  • Back to basics with Visual Studio and lessons in app development – Feb 25th

    27 Jan 2015 | 3:55 am
    Read original post at Windows App London Blog While thinking about what’s coming in Windows 10 can be exciting, it’s also sometimes good to go back to basics and make sure we understand and are making best use of the tools we have available to us. Visual Studio is a really powerful tool, with more features than I’m sure any of us realise, so this month, we’re going to have a look at some of them.
  • Slides: Ads in Mobile Apps and Games 101

    27 Jan 2015 | 3:24 am
    Read original post by Alan Mendelevich at AdDuplex Blog Advertising is one of the two most popular monetization strategies on any mobile platform. Yet the field is filled with confusing terms, metrics and acronyms. Realizing that I gave this talk at the AppCampus AppCademy yesterday. While some commentary is definitely needed for quite a few of these slides, I think that they still can provide a good starting point for an indie app developer trying to navigate the complicated minefield of mobile advertising.
  • Cimbalino Toolkit: Integrating with MVVM Light Toolkit

    27 Jan 2015 | 2:27 am
    Read original post at PedroLamas.com Picking up where we left off on the previous article, you now know how to install the Cimbalino Toolkit in your app, so congratulations for that! :) On this article I will show how to integrate it with the MVVM Light Toolkit, and then build a really simple “Hello World” app!
  • AdDuplex turns 4! Happy Birthday to Them – Present for You

    27 Jan 2015 | 2:10 am
    Read original post by Lijana Juozaityte at AdDuplex Blog Woot woot! AdDuplex turns 4 this week! On 17th of January, 2011 we opened the doors of AdDuplex for the first time and invited our first users. By now we are a network of more than 9,500 active apps that serve 30M+ ads daily. The road wasn’t easy and we've learned a lot. Today we are really happy and excited about that and would like to share our joy with our users as we are live for 4 years now because of you all. Happy Birthday to Us – Presents for You! So what is a Birthday without presents?! Therefore we have prepared a…
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    Anthony's Blog

  • CES: The tech industry is losing its soul

    anthonyfranco
    10 Jan 2015 | 10:09 am
    I’m sitting in the Las Vegas airport, shoes off, looking at the fellow CES’ers waiting for our flight back home. We all look beaten down by the 72 hour onslaught of tech sales and marketing tactics. There were microphoned sales people, yelling, trying to be heard over the speaker companies’ attempts at attracting us with loud music. There …Read More
  • Innovation is for Cowards

    anthonyfranco
    11 Jul 2014 | 11:28 am
    Okay – I should probably apologize for using such a strong word. But truthfully, that word, coward, captures the viscerally negative feeling I get when someone says the word “innovation”. The word innovative has become like most buzz-words; their overuse convolutes their meaning ad absurdum. Buzzwords are totally ineffectual because clever people develop mental masking tape for them …Read More
  • Apple’s Next Big Announcements

    anthonyfranco
    10 Jul 2014 | 1:30 pm
    I don’t try to hide it – I’m fairly vested and a true believer in Apple’s products and business philosophy. Every once and a while I try and predict what they will reveal next. (here, here, and here are examples) This is a bit early for me as Apple’s announcements aren;t expected until September – but …Read More
  • Good Visual Design Can Harm User Acceptance

    anthonyfranco
    9 Jul 2014 | 11:35 am
    I just had an interaction with an insurance company’s website while shopping for home owner’s insurance. I experienced a very odd feeling of total frustration. I was frustrated with how the site was architected; in other words, it was difficult to get a quote in an easy manner. But what I found to be odd was …Read More
  • How gamification is hurting our industry

    anthonyfranco
    4 Jul 2014 | 7:32 am
    I honestly thought gamification has been dead for about 2 years ago, when I saw the last RFP come across my desk with a company requesting “gamification” as one of the features they wanted in their business app. But now, companies are trying resurrect the term to drum up more business.  Gamification is an industry buzzword that some …Read More
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