Now is for all to use. I hope people will build sophisticated application using the API. Java binding is also available! By the way, DuckDuckGo also uses the API.
While Google is obviously the only search engine for many people, it’s been lately spoiled by black SEO practice which causes a lot of spams in its search result. Here comes a new search engine, which promises to filter spam websites and promises not to track its visitors. While it’s certainly not close enough to […]
What a nice surprise! I haven’t had much time to work with JRebel but many people praise it a lot. Great that they give all Scala developers a free license. To get your own license, just click the title and apply for free license for Scala developer.
An annoying bug in the new version of SyntaxHighlighter 3 shows vertical scrollbar on every code snippet. To fix this, SSH to your hosting and change the code under syntaxhighlighter/syntaxhighlighter3/styles/shCore.css and change: to: Proof: Did you see vertical scrollbar on my snippet?
My Stack Overflow reputation has grown to almost 5200…
But it is nice to see green overall on your code coverage reports, isn’t it?
A seemingly interesting Eclipse plugin. Unfortunately it is not free.
Eclipse Helios has another subtle enhancement to the JDT. It is called as Open Implementation. So what’s that? Before we play around with the feature, let’s create some classes. Before Open Implementation is implemented, we have only Open Declaration with F3 as default keybinding. Try this on Eclipse before Helios. Put your text cursor on […]
How you compare the old Google Docs and the new one? Here is the old: Here is the new: I like the new one much better.
I want to share my answer for this question on StackOverflow. Say you want to process several objects with different types. Each type must be processed differently but some concerns are: You don’t want if-then-else solution which is obviously not great for long-term Configuration is also bad for the same reason So how is the […]