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  1. Aloha - Editables?

    Published: tor 05 november 2013
    By admin

    In aloha.

    Let me go back a bit with my Aloha explanation. Aloha can be comprised with more editing blocks and they are called Editable. You can see all the editables by using Aloha.editables.

    A sidenote: if you are wondering where to find other commands just check core.js in /lib ...

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  2. Aloha environment

    Published: sre 16 oktober 2013
    By admin

    In aloha.

    To start playing with Aloha editor you first need to (lo and behold) install it. So clone it from github and create index.html file somewhere in your playground with the content from here under the title 3 Create editables.

    The next thing is to create a javascripts/aloha directory ...

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  3. Aloha - How to get written content?

    Published: sre 25 september 2013
    By admin

    In aloha.

    To access content written in Aloha editor you need to use the following command: Aloha.getActiveEditable().getSnapshotContent(). You get the HTML version of entered text.

    You need plain text? jQuery to the rescue: jQuery(<html text>).text(). Found out even better one: Aloha.getActiveEditable().originalObj[0]. You get proper DOM ...

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  4. Downgrade storyboard in the Xcode5-DP

    The iPhone was upgraded to iOS7 just so I can see if the app I'm currently working on works. It does, but there are some quirks working with Xcode5. Nothing major though.

    Anyway, when doing some testing I accidently clicked storyboard file and got the question if I want ...

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  5. Github usage

    I have created small thingy for the iOS to show a popup on the screen of the iPhone. Released the thing as a opensource so what better way to publish your code then use Github. Right?

    So I need to push the code to the Github and voila ... uhm... how ...

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  6. Proxy and Apache

    Published: ned 23 junij 2013
    By admin

    In web.

    I need to use proxy service from the Apache web server if doing some web applications. Using Tornado Web for web apps means it is a local server and by using proxy I can connect that with the web address. Anyhow - here is the way to do it:

    1. You need ...
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  7. Trying out Pelican

    Published: ned 23 junij 2013
    By b0j3

    In web.

    Since the dreaded EU cookie law made me checking different solutions to bloging I at the end decided to use plain and simple blog generator of static pages.

    Checked a few - well, just two and this is the second one - and decided to give Pelican a try.

    So far, so ...

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