Puppet CookBook has some handy ‘recipes’ to supercharge your puppet workflow.
I found setting a global path variable, as the
puppet cookbook suggested, to be extremely helpful and keeps the project
DRY. You no longer have to set a path clause to each Exec command in your manifests.
I started using
Readmill on my iPad 3 months ago and have been in love with the app/service ever since.
The minimalist reader makes it very easy to dive right into the book you are reading at the moment. As well as quickly switch in an out of other books in your library. And the social interaction and highlighting features with other Readmillers is quite excellent. You can even import your Kindle library into your Readmill library.
Enough about how awesome Readmill is; check it out if you do a lot of reading on your device. It is definitely worth your time. You’ll love it. It has replaced the Kindle App for me, which is a big deal.
I decided to dive into the
Readmill API to see if I could create a web app. However, I was not able to find any PHP flavored examples out there. So I put together an example for anyone looking to do Readmill API oAuth connections using PHP. Here is a link to the
Update (11/30/2012): added a new demo that only searching the beginning terms of the autocomplete source.
Update: added a new demo for autocomplete for two fields in a form.
The following article will describe how to use an XML file as a Data Source for the
jQuery Autocomplete plugin.
jQuery Autocomplete Plugin documentation is lacking on examples, or details, on how to use an XML file as the data source. So this is my attempt to provide a simple example of how to use XML with the Autocomplete Plugin.
The plugin can take an array of strings, so we need to develop code to read the XML file into memory and parse its contents into an array of strings. Once we have an array of strings, we can assign that array to the autocomplete plugin and attach that to a text field in our form. The following will step through that process.
The following post will describe how to convert data selected from a List component in Flash (AS3) to a String.
After Googling and finding no solution, I decided to create develop my own solution to the problem. There is not a straight-forward way to get the selected data from a List component converted to a String. You’d think there would be a simple function in AS3 that could accomplish this task. If there is such a function, I have been unable to find it in the
ActionScript 3.0 Language and Components Reference.