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polymer
Sep
17
2014

AngularJs, Browserify Polymer and Sass boilerplate

Source available on Github Sharing the code for now as it may help someone, but do not worry an explanation is on the way

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fuelband_android
Aug
31
2014

How to install “Nike+ Fuelband” app on Android when not available in your country

In june Nike introduced it’s “Nike+ Fuelband” app for Android. This was actually a great news for the Android community that was waiting for this day to come, but unfortunately this app is only made available to certain versions of Android, and in only five countries

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git-logo
Aug
05
2014

How to use Git submodules to facilitate your development routine

I have been using git submodules for a while now and I was sometimes lost on how to use it correctly and efficiently. This post will guide you through the needs and usage of a Git submodule.

2
gulp
May
25
2014

Introduction to Gulp.js with practical examples

Gulp.js is what we call a JavaScript Task Runner, it is Open Source and available on GitHub. It helps you automate repetitive tasks such as minification, compilation, unit testing, linting, etc. Gulp.js does not revolutionize automation but simplifies it tremendously.

6
ionic
May
09
2014

Ionic Framework features you may have missed

Ionic Framework is one of the best framework for developing hybrid mobile apps with HTML5. Based on AngularJS the set of available features is tremendous. This post presents, with examples, some of the best hidden features provided.

4
apache2
Mar
08
2014

How to setup name-based Virtual Hosts on Ubuntu 13.10 and Apache 2.4.6

With name-based virtual hosting, the server relies on the client to report the hostname as part of the HTTP headers. Using this technique, many different hosts can share the same IP address (which is the case for your personal computer).

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svn_to_git
Feb
28
2014

Leading the SVN to Git migration

Once upon a time I started a new challenge within a new company. This company grew up so fast that the development processes and tools were not suitable anymore. Most projects started with only one developer and, at the time the company chose Subversion (SVN) as the main Concurrent Versions System (CVS) and a classic […]

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bttrlazyloading
Jan
28
2014

Web page performance: How to optimize image loading?

Nowadays with the device (mobile, tablet, desktop etc.) and connectivity diversity (3G, 4G etc.) that we know, serving an optimized information to specific environments is paramount (thought not that easy). Many techniques exist to answer performance issues, especially when it comes to images.

2
jackie-chan
Jan
15
2014

Top 5 useless but funny JavaScript plugins

Internet is full of useless and/or funny plugins that made my day several times in the past. Whatever dumb things you can think of, you can be sure that someone already made a plugin for it! Here is my top 5 useless but funny JavaScript plugins!

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