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Site update

Reflected the last changes made:

  • Language support
  • Full French translation
  • Notes module (255ch. texts)
  • Integrated PHPUnit tests
  • Integrated Code coverage
  • Bug corrections

Site update (6c32082):

  • Updated user preferences
  • Fixed an issue with old preferences.

Site update (fe0797f)

  • Minor fixes
  • Linked files/notes/posts to projects

Site update (222db47):

  • Created a simple toolbar for the CodeMirror fields
  • Added a preview mode for CodeMirror fields

Site update(98da9c1):

  • Added comments system (comments are not public, only the author of a commented item can see them.)
  • Cleaned up Sass files and added an

New gist : Battleship game in C Game made as training exercise : Sources on Github. Linux only.

Flash info : Nearly a month working with Laravel after work... And my first spam on the site.

Site update(c31b499)

  • Set up an album system to group files together
  • Updated to CakePHP 3.3.9
  • Various fixes

Site update (v0.1.0)

  • Updated this site to elabs 0.1.0

A new Userstyle hightlighting GAFA links has been created from the Firefox addon Gafalink, by Baptiste Gelez, for users of other browsers

User style

Create a PDF file from resized images:

for file in *.png; do convert $file -resize 600 "imgtemp-$file"; done && convert imgtemp-*.png all_pngs.pdf && rm imgtemp-*.png
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ExperimentsLabs is going Rails !

The new version is going to be a Rails engine. A pre-release version is already available if you want to test it.

Following VueX Modulator - Part 1: generating VueX modules (en)

I tested the "modulator" on a Nativescript-vue application and it works well. Use it like this:

// app/store.js

import Vue from 'nativescript-vue'
import Vuex from 'vuex'

import Modulator from './modulator'

Vue.use(Vuex)

export default new Vuex.Store({
  state: {},
  modules: {
    users: Modulator.generateModule('users', 'user', 'users', false, false),
  },
})
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After testing Vuex(3.0.1) in a Nativescript-vue (2.0) app I noticed that when using ModalViews or ListViews, $store is not available in the list items components or modal component. For now, use a StackLayout for lists and I pass the $store as a prop to the ModalView:

<!-- Instead of a ListView -->
<StackLayout class="list-group">
  <MyComponent v-for="item in items" :item="item" :key="item.id" class="list-group-item"/>
</StackLayout>

In MyComponent, the method to open the modal is like:

import ItemForm from '../forms/ItemForm'

export default {
  name: 'MyComponent',
  props: {
    item: { required: true, type: Object },
  },
  methods: {
    openForm () {
      const props = {item: this.item, store: this.$store} // props for ItemForm
      this.$showModal(ItemForm, { props })                // Show ItemForm as a ModalView
    },
  },
}

If you have issues with the KDE menu / KRunner items (items not appearing, wrong targets on .desktop entries, ...), you can try to rebuild the cache by running kbuildsycoca5 as an user.

I heard that finding names for projects is "the hardest thing in development, after cache invaliadation". And that's right.

"Site compare" was a bad name because of two things: it compares sites, that's true. But it does not compare sites. So that's false.

"Capyxel"? After all, that does not mean anything, but it's about Capybara and pixels. Without being too obvious. So why not?