Get the latest version of this specification here: https://gist.github.com/d4755eb1b7a9d6b08515408ea6fd69bb
The Meteor project structure (MPS) is a proposal for a simple file and folder naming specification.
There are several basic distinctions when building a Meteor project structure. First there is a client, server and an imports folder. All folders have specific naming rules and differ in their structure.
For my last project I had to build a web application to administrate a MongoDB database. Due to using Meteor quite a lot I heard about Graphql and the Apollostack. Graphql, which is a specification done by Facebook engineers, promises to be the better REST API (which I hope it is). I became curious and decided the build the server API with Apollo. First I tried to evade using the Meteor as build system as I don’t want to get too accustomed to this full-stack ecosystem. However, building a live-reload server and client build system in ES6 with Node.js, Babel and Webpack was simply too much work compared to building this simple web app. So in result this was my stack:
Welcome to my first post of the Java 3-tier application tutorial. In this tutorial I will tell show how you can develope a Model-View-Controller based Java desktop and server application using the latest tools and frameworks.
In web development there are tons of programs and tools and due to that also complex and very different development strategies.
Luckily dependency handling got a lot easier. For my Laravel project setup we will use 3 different package managers.
Every package manager of course manages a different resource, we will use composer for php packages, npm for everything related to Node.js and Bower for web packages.
I’m going to develop a Laravel application with my friends. The application is called RowBook. It will be a simple tool to log all the trips of the row club Lucerne.
15 bucks, a golf club and a camera. This was the recent photography project of my friends. With a simple setup, we tried to get the perfect shot of a golf club hitting pottery. It was a lot of fun and in the end a big mess. Here are some of the results, every picture contains the original and the destroyed object:
This time I want to tell you about the netwars project. It’s a fact based cross platform experience exploring the impending threat of cyber warfare.
There’s a web series, tv production, digital graphic novel and soon an audio book will be released.
This post is part of my Your own Virtual Private Server hosting solution project.
Get the latest version of this article here: https://gist.github.com/11214650.
WPScan is a black box WordPress vulnerability scanner.
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.
This post of is part of my Install SharePoint 2013 Three-tier Farm project.
This is a shortened version of my best practice for installing a SharePoint server.