I generally don’t spend that much time on Quora. I do get the emails but I’m just not that interested in the questions or answers for that matter to spend that much time except this particular one.
Last time out I introduced a basic idea for an API, this post will be about the basic architecture of the API framework. I have been listening to and reading on API best practices published by APIGEE. Although there are one or two things about this guide that I think pidgeon-hole me into certain standards, I agree in most part with a lot of what this e book has to say, I recommend you give it a browse at some point.
After a few years of Mokocharlie creating communities around images, it has become necessary to open up this data to partners who want to provide galleries of their own but don’t have the time to go out to curate those images themselves.
After about an hour of digging around and looking for a way to package a simulation I wrote in Scala for a coleague, I came across this process of doing it. I have reduced it down to a bash script which will be at the bottom of this post but I thought I should go through the steps a bit as the script makes certain assumptions.
So after about an hour of research and experimenting, I found out how to make Scala work with MySQL without too much hassle, I found a really helpful guide here. Going down the SBT route, I first created a project and all that, then inside of the build folder I created a Scala class that ensured that when I started building, I would have the right dependencies downloaded and ready.
I had been on the prowl for an MVC approach to image manipulation. Especially a method that did it the Zend way. In the forums and documentation for the framework the developers didn’t see a real need to implement a “Zend_Image” class in the libraries as this was already available through the PHP GD and Imagick hooks.
Note to self and perhaps others who might be wondering why your images are not displaying in your tex document. Despite using the correct syntax:
So on recommendations I have installed LyX. I am actually writing this on LyX now. I just thought I should post my thoughts on this programme.
I have been looking into LaTeX (pronounced La Tek) editors for my writing now and after a lot of trials and tribulations, I finally settled on LateXila.
So all the tutorials on configuring your development server to run Zend Framework successfully say that you need to enable mod_rewrite in apache2 so that .htaccess and Zend_Router* works well.