- Twitter Guide Book
How To, Tips and Instructions by Mashable.
By hno in Public bookmarks by 4 users
- Git Immersion
Brought to you by EdgeCase
By jendrek in Programmierung > GIT by 3 users
- Git tutorial
How to version projects with Git
By jendrek in Programmierung > GIT
- Build your own diversity controller! - RC Groups
Ever since I discovered that most RF electronics have an RSSI (relative signal strength) pin on them I have been finding different ways to use it to my advantage. In this case I can use them to make a diversity system for a fraction of the cost of a conventional diversity controller. Sure this requires a little more work than simply buying a diversity controller, but my controller uses less power and also allows me to power my entire base station from a single battery. Even my video glasses and recorder can be powered straight from this controller! I even put a voltage monitor on it. Now more worrying about charging multiple batteries and worrying about any one going dead.
By henrik in Radiostyrt > FPV
- RESTful Web services with Apache Wink, Part 1: Build an Apache Wink REST service
This article outlines the Apache Wink 1.0 framework architecture and explains the design, implementation, and deployment of a new sample Apache Wink RESTful service. This article also helps you understand the basics of the REST paradigm, going on to explain the details of the new JAX-RS 1.0 standard, which helps Java developers implement RESTful Web services using annotations.
By henrik in Development > XML
- Using Apache Wink, Eclipse, and Maven to develop RESTful Web services
Apache Wink is an Apache incubator project that enables the creation and consumption of REST Web services. With REST Web services, the interaction between clients and services is constrained to a set of predefined operations, and the complexity of the client-server interactions is limited to the resource representations exchanged between the client and services. This approach allows you to build interoperable, scalable, and reliable REST-based distributed hypermedia systems.
By henrik in Development > XML
- Einstieg in die redaktionelle Arbeit mit WordPress – Teil 1
By jendrek in Programmierung > Webdevelop
- Basic MySQL configuration
An introduction to MySQL
By henrik in Computers > MySQL
- " "Classic" menu option does not exist in Window" Yes it does, but MS denies it!
There has been much backlash about Windows 7 beta and the complete lack of a "Classic" Start Menu. In just about every single forum or blog about Windows 7, there is one topic that is a much debated one, and has frequently resulted in flaming wars. On the one hand, you have users who are very happy with the new style start menu, boasting the "search" ability, and not having a huge pop-out of a directory tree, and in their eyes, making it "better". Most of this is due to people who would rather type (yes, type...) in the "search.." panel to find their programs. Some others also approve of the "all programs" being listed in the size constrained panel on the left in the start menu. Sure, that is fine and all for some (and obviously ideal for "touch" monit
By henrik in Computers > Windows
- Acer Aspire One 721 - Suspend/Hibernate Resume FIX
Describes how to fix the severe problems the AO721 has with suspend & hibernate under Linux (specifically distros based on Fedora or Debian).
By Xyzzy in Computers & Electronics
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