Projects grow. If not, they mostly die. Handling large scale projects with node.js can become a hassle, but luckily we can choose from a wide variety of tools for our
Mhh… iptables? nginx? Awesome script to run root and drop privileges? How about: 1setcap ‘cap_net_bind_service=+ep’ /usr/local/bin/node Wow! Go Debian. Get it: http://packages.debian.org/sid/libcap2-bin.
A MongoDB ObjectId is a 12-byte UUID can be used as a HEX string representation with 24 chars in length. This is the common string representation for an ObjectId and
What I wanted to have is fairly simple: Easily route traffic for specific domains to seperate applications, balance multiple target hosts and get an E-Mail notification if one of the
I am still looking for a sophisticated ORM for Node.js and on my way I now tried sequelizejs and persistence.js, which seemed to be the more advanced ones out there.
Before you read any further, be informed that I love Node.js and the project has my full support in any possible way, also I have massive respect for all the
After I was working with video again I got curious about bringing a flash video stream to HTML5 canvas, for whatever reason, so I did some experimenting and here are
For a recent project I was looking into solutions to draw a dashed line with Flash in AS3.
Most 2D canvas implementations include such a line style, not so flash.
The easiest way to get a dump of an SVN repository converted to Git on Ubuntu,
with complete history in 3 simple steps.
If you want to use an external library within symfony, you can put it in your apps/frontend/modules/module/lib/ dir and it gets auto loaded by symfony for use in that module.
It handles image requests in a queue with a parameter to set the maximum of simultaneously loaded images and has a URL cache, which can also be set in size,
On short notice I developed a navigation for Lars Erbach's bachelor work, which will also be published the upcoming weeks. After experimenting with Bubbles, which was one of the first
After stumbling upon the port of Quake 2 into a GWT Webservice and watching the video some weeks ago, I figured now would be
Thank you Google for brightening up my day.
By using accoustic waves that the Skin and the bones produce when tapped with a finger Chris Harrison, Desney Tan and Dan Morris are computing which part exactly was tapped...
Butterfly Effect comes to mind. Following this is just fun. Well done job, Domino Day can suck it!
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