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A nice tool to play around - because it’s nice to see where you’ve been and because it’s a nice piece of JS:

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SiteWeightWatcher - keeps your website slim

Good software developers test their stuff. And the TDD (Test Driven Development) addicts are maniacs when it comes to testing. Those guys usually think in code, be it Java, Python, nodeJS, you name it. TDD means you write tests first, then you code just as much as it takes to let the tests become green. Then you rework your code and only then yo...

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Beautiful websites

Since I always Have in mind that my site needs a proper design, I need a place to keep track of beautiful sites or at least sites where I like the design. So this is the home of those URLs Jason McCreary’s blog Large fonts Good for text based entries as well as pictures Simple navigation Alex Cinan ...

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Adding Search to a static site

So now I have a static site that is generated by jBake. So far so good. But what’s a site without a search? Search is a must. So how do we add search functionality to a static site? Easy: We use the search giants Custom Search functionality ;) These are the steps I took to get there: Create the Custom Search Engine Nothing easiere: Just go to ...

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Playing with Highcharts

Today I discovered Highcharts: A tool to easily create charts online. It actually lets you create the chart on their website (you litteraly need less than 5 minutes!) and publish it from there. This is the mileage (or would you say kilometreage?) of my Vespa since I bought it: The only downside seems to be the fact that the service costs mon...

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Zipf Mystery

No real content from me, but a meme I discovered and I felt I need to remember: And the guy is now definitely on my watch list ;)

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Playing with JavaScript

I’ve been playing around with HTML & JavaScript. And Geometry is just it ;) Unfortunatly the script won’t render here, nso I just show you the code: <div id="c" onload="Draw()"> </div> <script> var c = document.getElementById("c"); var ctx = c.getContext("2d"); var cw = c.width = 600, cx = cw / 2; var ch = c.height = ...

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How I moved to GitHub & JBake

*** This page is under construction unfinished… *** First: It’s not my invention! Many did it before, there are lots of description out there. It still took me some time ;) This and this was the most inspiring source and easiest explanation (that gives confidence ;) ). Setup So this is the overall setup I have: A directory on my Mac that...

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