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How to structure CSS for an large application

Posted on 25 November 2014 | Development by Raymon

If you have read more of my posts, you know that I love Front-end! Not only the Development, but also the Architecture! This time I would like to share my experience with setting up a CSS structure for big (and small) applications using Sass. Use Sass to structure the CSS Since I started working with …


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Angular 1.x vs Angular 2.0

Posted on 24 November 2014 | Development by Yasin Koçak

Google’s AngularJS is one of the most popular UI frameworks and is in use in many projects. AngularJS team has been busy working on AngularJS 2.0. This is not a complex major update; this is a whole rewrite! It’s going to make radical non-backward compatible changes and there will be no migration path from Angular …


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Building an animated side menu with CSS3 transitions

Posted on 21 November 2014 | Development by Yasin Koçak

This tutorial demonstrates an easy way of animating your side menu. We will use CSS 3 transition to add an animation effect when changing from style to another, without using Flash animations or JavaScript. How to use transitions If you haven’t used transitions before, here’s a brief introduction. On the element you want to animate, …


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Nagios and monitoring syslog from a loghost

Posted on 20 November 2014 | Systems by Anonymous Engineer

Monitoring with Nagios is easy, it is modular and many checks are available like check_ping, check_http, check_mysql, etc. With a module like NRPE you can even send a request using check_nrpe from the Nagios server to a remotely running NRPE daemon to return the capacity of a filesystem or other checks that require you to …


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SSH Tunneling

Posted on 7 November 2014 | Systems by Arjen de Vries

Sometimes you find yourself stuck behind a firewall or proxy when trying to connect to a remote desktop session of a user or a remote machine. In this short tutorial I’ll show you how to ‘tunnel’ your way out. An SSH tunnel is an encrypted tunnel created through an SSH protocol connection. Users may set …


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Where is my disk?

Posted on 21 October 2014 | Systems by Jeroen de Meijer

In Solaris it used to be easy to know which disk resided where. Every bay had it’s own (scsi-)target so you knew that c0t0d0 was bay zero, and c0t4d0 was bay 4. In the SPARC T3, T4 and T5 systems however, these simple target numbers are replaced by the World Wide Number (WWN of the …


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SiteSpeed.io for analysing your site speed and performance as a Frontend Developer!

Posted on 16 October 2014 | Development by Raymon

For a while i was searching for a good tool to analyse my work of HTML, CSS & JavaScript. I just wanted to know what i could do better to make the websites/web-app load faster in the browsers. But I never came any further than the Google PageSpeed Insights tool. That tool is really simple …


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Bash ShellShock

Posted on 30 September 2014 | Systems by Daniel Schutterop

OK. It’s been all over the news, we all know about the bash ‘ShellShock’ exploit. The numerous proofs-of-concept and articles regarding this bug (mostly coming from companies trying to profile themselves by screaming loudest) have risen to the surface in the aftermath of the cherry bomb that was launched into the relatively quiet pond. In …


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How to get numeric keyboards on all iOS and Android devices with vanilla JavaScript

Posted on 1 September 2014 | Development by Raymon

If you’re working with Mobile Web Applications you might have encountered some issues with the HTML5 input types. When you only need an numeric keyboard, the logical approach would be <input type=”number”>. But on some iOS and Android devices that doesn’t work (you get a normal keyboard). But how can you fix this with Vanilla …


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What is using your shared memory?

Posted on 31 August 2014 | Systems by Jeroen de Meijer

We have a lot of Oracle database running on our Solaris systems. And they all use shared memory. It might be interesting to know how many of that shared memory is used, and maybe also which database is using how much of the available shared memory. The first is easy, the latter a bit more …


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