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“Some time back we posted an article on using OS X Automator to quickly create iOS application icons in all of the various sizes required for the lineup of iPhones and iPads. How time flies and how ...”
“The ESP8266 is a chip that turned a lot of heads recently, stuffing a WiFi radio, TCP/IP stack, and all the required bits to get a microcontroller on the Internet into a tiny, $5 module.”
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A seamless C++ programming experience for the Web.
Use cheerp to write your Web applications in fully type-safe C++ code, make use of uncountable existing libraries, leverage your existing knowledge, reuse your code, improve your productivity.
Port existing applications or write new ones, all in C++
Cheerp is based on the proven and robust LLVM stack and fully compatible with almost all C and C++11 code. If you want to take advantage of transparent RPC support, you just need to add some tags to tell cheerp if you want your methods compiled for the server or for the client. Everything else (including client to server remote procedure calls, serialization and deserialization, etc.) will work automagically!
“A homogenous web development stack for heterogeneous environmentsDeveloping and maintaining a mobile monetization platform like the Smaato RTB Ad Exchange, implied the use of Docker and Vagrant to set up a development stack, that could address some of our challenges. Projects like ours, with multi”
“I've mentioned a number of libraries for improved logging statements most recently XCGLogger which makes it easy to create log statements with more additional details created for Swift projects. He...”
“Up to now there were basically two embedded board based on x86 architecture available to hobbyists: Gizmo Board (AMD T40E) and Minnowboard (Intel Atom). There’s now another solution with PC...”
“Last week I mentioned a some nice tools from Felix Krause for automatically creating and framing app screenshots and submitting app updates. Here's another nice tool called PEM submitted by Felix K...”
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