Android emulator SQLite database location
It seems a lot of people face this issue when trying to locate the .db database file of their application. Well, there is an easy way to find the database location and even open it. It's explained in this post.
December 18 2013 - 12:51 • Read More
Browsing webpages in Python with Mechanize
Browsing web pages, or making some web-scrapping with python is easy if you have a good tool. The Mechanize module in Python is similar to perl WWW:Mechanize. It gives you a browser like object to interact with web pages. In this post I'll show you how to extract data from a webpage using Mechanize.
November 01 2013 - 14:07 • Read More
GridView with Auto Resized Images on Android
Once I was trying to create a GridView with two columns and auto resized images. I was facing some problems, like the images was being stretched into each view, and being shown wrongly, also I wanted to create a label on bottom of each image but attached to the bottom of the view, and wasn't being able to accomplish that. So after a little research and testing, I've learned a trick, with the help of the android community, that, creating a custom class for the ImageView and doing some other tricks would help.
This post will guide you through this proccess.
November 01 2013 - 00:03 • Read More
Working with Fragments and ViewPager on Android
In this post I'll teach you how to work with Fragments and ViewPager on android. You will learn the steps and process to implement fragments on your application, using Android Support Library. Also you will learn how to make it support older android versions(2.2+). I know fragments might be tough to learn, I've faced many difficults to understand how fragments work, but I'll try to explain to you in the easiest way how it works, and how to implement it. Also you will learn how to integrate it with ViewPager, so you have a fragment per page, and you can scroll horizontally to change pages.
October 20 2013 - 06:21 • Read More
Skinning the Chrome Developer Tools
Back in 2011, +Darcy Clarke wrote a kick-ass post about how to skin the Chrome Developer Tools with your own custom stylesheet. The basic idea was to locate Chrome's user stylesheet directory then drop-in your own Custom.css file.
In this post I'll guide in how to modify the theme of your Chrome Developer Tools.
September 03 2013 - 15:20 • Read More
440Hz – Conspiracy against the human mind?
Most music worldwide has been tuned to 440 hertz since the International Standards Organization (ISO) endorsed it in 1953. The recent rediscoveries of the vibratory / oscillatory nature of the universe indicate that this contemporary international concert pitch standard may generate an unhealthy effect or anti-social behavior in the consciousness of human beings.
August 27 2013 - 16:30 • Read More
Install broadcom bcm43xx wireless driver on slackware
I had a great problem with wireless drivers when I installed slackware on my computer. The only solution I found was building the driver myself. Here i will explain you how to do it.
July 17 2013 - 12:02 • Read More
how to enable auto save mode on sublime text 2
wonder how to set the auto save mode on sublime text 2? it's pretty easy. all you have to do is go to..
May 31 2013 - 01:31 • Read More
useful linux commands
this is a fast note where i want to share with you, very useful linux commands that i've found. this is a succinct cheat sheet for newbie linux coders and system administrators, documenting some of the more obscure and useful gems of linux lore. intended to be viewed in emacs org-mode, or VimOrganizer, though any text editor will suffice.
March 30 2013 - 15:39 • Read More
Handling ListView Recycle on Android
When you want to create a ListView and face the problem of some duplicated items, and don't know how to fix. What turns out is, android recycles views when scrolling. If there is already a view object that just needs different data then that view will be passed in with the
convertView parameter. If this happens the code simply returns the same view again. This explains why you see duplicated items on your ListView.