Yesterday late afternoon I had the great idea to update my AWS EC2 instance to Ubuntu 16.04 LTS. This website and two other sites are hosted on this machine. A Piwik installation and a mail forwarder as well. So it’s not that much, but still very essential to me. The upgrade didn’t go well, the system literally broke.
Since the dawn of the internet I’ve been waiting for this feature. After every other chat app competitior (see line or telegram) have launched their web app, WhatsApp finally is available for your browser. Simply go to https://web.whatsapp.com/, scan a QR-code and start chatting with your friends.
Peek is a free service offered by User Testing where you can get real people to test your websites usability.
I have to admit, first I didn’t really believe that there will be real person visiting my site and give my a feedback. But within in one hour I have been suprised.
Here’s the video done by a random guy from the internet:
On the Project Naptha homepage you can download a Google chrome extension that extends your browsers text copy function.
With the said extension you can copy text within images. Naptha recognises text inside images in real-time.
Domain-ip mapping is essential in developing new websites as you have to test URLs without changing DNS entries.
Yet I’ve always update the local host file which requires in most cases a restart of the browser. This is a busy an troublesome issue.
Luckily there’s for everything a plugin, tool or script, this also goes for host file updates via Chrome/Firefox plugin.
This is part two of my experience in handling the password change office365 architecture issue.
Last time I’ve built a simple script to notificate the users about the status of their passwords. In the mean time we (me and another employ of the “vbl Informatik”) built a simple website for the office365 users to change their password.