Archive for July, 2008

wxRuby Editor – More bug fixes and Scintilla text slinging

Thursday, July 31st, 2008

Squashing Bugs... Read More

Google is worth $1,204,500,000

Thursday, July 31st, 2008

Sorry, couldn’t resist :) I just tried out Cubestat by evaluating Google. Yahoo gives me a market cap of $151.48B…... Read More

AMFPHP in Flash CS3 with AS3 – style

Monday, July 28th, 2008

The other day I was asked to demonstrate how to setup AMFPHP in Flash. As I’ve already done it many times in Flash 8 with little or no problems I felt relaxed about it. The machine I was to demonstrate on only had Flash CS3, no problem I thought and fired up an Actionscript 2 project. The extra components you are required to install in Flash 8 are probably already integrated by now I thought and copy pasted code from an older project, hit ctrl-enter and got a debug window complaining about a lot of missing classes. Apparently you have to copy that stuff from somewhere in the Flash 8 program dir tree and put in the corresponding place in the Flash CS3 dir tree. We didn’t have any Flash 8 installed though…... Read More

Extendable Flash Banner with jQuery Flash

Saturday, July 26th, 2008

Yesterday I had to figure out a way to make an extendable banner in Flash that when extended covers the content. The main idea with the approach I took is to load the shockwave in a div tag that is positioned above the content and have a movieclip in the shockwave for instance move down when the mouse is positioned over it.... Read More

jQuery Flot – a more complex example

Thursday, July 24th, 2008

The goal of this jflot interface was in essence a combination of the military budgets example and the zooming with overview example. ... Read More

What a day

Tuesday, July 22nd, 2008

So I’m in the BKK office this week, for some reason the /etc/network/interfaces got whacked when I plugged in my Ubuntu here yesterday, no idea why.... Read More

Templating in Pico Lisp

Thursday, July 17th, 2008

As you might know already Pico has a GUI system similar to for instance Haml. That’s all very well and fine, the problem is that as opposed to Haml a typical Pico GUI script contains a lot of logic as well, I shudder to think having designers poking around in there to output the HTML just like they want it. And we are not quite yet at the point where we are doing completely CSS controlled designs, it’s a goal though.... Read More

Ruby File Renamer

Wednesday, July 16th, 2008

I had to rename a lot of files today, recursively.... Read More

Flash Banner part 2 – The ActionScript and Shockwave

Saturday, July 12th, 2008

See the prior tutorial on what kind of information the ActionScript in this tutorial needs and how it is generated.... Read More

Flash Banner part 1 – jQuery Flash and document specific chunks in MODx

Saturday, July 12th, 2008

If you are new to MODx you might want to check out the newbie MODx tutorial before you continue.... Read More