Making HTTP requests from Angular was painful for me at the beginning. Due to CORS issue I wasn't able to make calls to external services. Trying different solutions I came up with one which I think quite easy to implement.
It's a second part of tutorial about creating simple widgets for Awesome WM. In this part we'll add a notification popup which will appear when mouse enters the widget area and will show rates for several other currencies.
Here is tutorial on how to create simple widget for Awesome WM. As an example we'll create a text widget which will show currency rate. The given approach is very flexible since we will use the output of a script, so depending on your knowledge/experience you can use any language (bash, python, ruby or even groovy or java). Another good thing here is usage of DBus to send messages between scripts and Awesome.
Email widget for Awesome WM
Recently Jekyll 3.0 was released (26.10.15) and then 3.0.1 (17.11.15), it took me some time to upgrade my version of it. Here is how I did it.
Using markdown for writing posts is very convenient and easy, but since markdown converts to html there is not much ways to customize styles of some elements in result html, like styles of an image. Here I'll show how it could be solved.
Recently I needed to merge two folders in Alfresco, I didn't find any relevant method so I come up with following utility method to merge folders.
Query for path in CMIS is quite powerful tool to get folders/documents from repository. Here is some useful examples/tricks.
I'd like to share with pretty awesome stuff here! I'll show how to select and display posts, which have same tags as currently opened post...without any plugins!
Here I want to introduce you the dark theme for Jekyll. It was forked from Scotte's jekyll-clean theme and customized.