Monthly Archives: November 2013
My last android project involved tracking each device where the app is installed and storing the information to a database. It is quite a common need to uniquely identify your android device in code.
Based on my experiments while setting up this blog, below are the 7 “bread and butter” plugins for your wordpress blog. These plugins came very handy for me and allowed me to seamlessly integrate much needed functionality in my blog … Continue reading
One of my last projects based on google app engine and python involved storing form data in GAE datastore and generating PDF documents that the user can download. Whilst data storing was the easier part as google’s big data API … Continue reading
Whilst barcode scanning is a pretty complex and non-trivial task in itself, it could be overwhelming sometimes with android programming. Lucky for us, there exists an opensource project called ZXing (pronounced Zebra-crossing) that solves this problem for us.
WordPress is a universally recognized and robust blogging platform written in the PHP language. Below are a bunch of WordPress tricks that I’ve learned during my deployments, and I’d like to share with you.
WordPress is a blogging platform that is very easy to use, but involves many configuration trivia which may become overwhelming, unless organized and documented somewhere. Based on my experience of setting up this website, here are the things that I … Continue reading