- A complete guide to FPV
In this guide I will try and help those of you that want to get started with FPV (First Person View) but don’t know where to start or what to buy. I will try to teach you what to look for and what to look out for when choosing your first components. The guide is segmented into two parts “The basic FPV setup” and the “The “advanced” stuff”. The first part being more in depths, giving basic understanding, and the second part is more of a “carrot” showing ways to enhancing the FPV experience once you got going.
in Radiostyrt > FPV
- Advanced Customization of the jQuery Mobile Buttons
Explains how to customize your jQuery Mobile buttons
in Development > jQuery
- AI den nya länken till användarna – gör tekniken mänsklig
- Apache Security
An article on securing Apache
With Web security becoming a paramount concern in the face of several DoS attacks in prior weeks, securing your Apache/Linux installation should be the highest priority on your to-do list. Apache expert Ken Coar explains how Apache enforces security mechanisms and what you can do to enforce a secure system.
apache authrorization dos modules security
in Computers > Säkerhet
- Creating mobile Web applications with HTML 5, Part 2: Unlock local storage for mobile Web applications with HTML 5
One of the most useful new features in HTML 5 is the standardization of local storage. Finally, Web developers can stop trying to fit all client-side data into 4 KB Cookies. Now you can store large amounts of data on the client with a simple API. This is a perfect mechanism for caching, so you can dramatically improve the speed of your application—a critical factor for mobile Web applications that rely on much slower connections than their desktop brothers. In this second article in this series on HTML 5, you will see how to use local storage, how to debug it, and you will see a variety of ways to use it to improve mobile Web applications.
in Development > Mobile Web Apps
- Get started with Dojo Mobile 1.6
Learn about Dojo Mobile, the mobile web development framework that's an extension of the Dojo toolkit. Using a practical example, learn how to include and use Dojo Mobile widgets and components in your applications. You'll see how to wrap your web application in a native application using PhoneGap. This article also offers a preview of some of the new features in the next version of the framework.
in Development > Mobile Web Apps
- HTML5 fundamentals on developerWorks
DeveloperWorks article on HTML5, in several sections
in Development > Web development
- Huvudvärkstabletten = administrationsprogram - IDG.se
Säkerheten är den kanske största frågan när det gäller bring your own device, att anställda tar med sig sina egna prylar till jobbet. Därför är det inte konstigt att en hel produktkategori vuxit fram som svar. Mobile device management, mdm, är verktyg som klarar att hantera en stor mängd olika typer av mobila modeller och som hela tiden uppdateras för att klara fler.
in Development > Mobile Web Apps > News and statistics
- InfoQ - Using ETags to Reduce Bandwith & Workload with Spring & Hibernate
in Development > J2EE & EJB
- Notifications with dojox.socket, Servlet 3.0 Async, and EJB 3.1 TImers (Web 2.0 and Mobile Development Community)
The Web 2.0 and Mobile Feature Pack for WebSphere ships the latest version of dojo. One of the new technologies in dojo is dojox.socket. Dojo 1.6 introduces a new API for Comet-style real-time communication based on the WebSocket API. WebSocket provides a bi-directional connection to servers that is ideal for pushing messages from a server to a client in real-time. Dojo’s new dojox.socket module provides access to this API with automated fallback to HTTP-based long-polling for browsers (or servers) that do not support the new WebSocket API. This allows you start using this API with Dojo now.
- VideoHelp.com - Guide, How To, Tutorial and Article list
Lots of articles and howto's for how to copy, split, and otherwise process DVDs.
in Computers > Grafik & DVD
- Working with J2ME
Article on TheServerSide
This paper explores the various facets of building a J2ME application. It assumes a working knowledge of Java. The focus is on a MIDP 1.0/CLDC 1.0 application that depends heavily on network access.
in Development > J2ME
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