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Javascript fun

Thu, Feb 16, 2017

Javascript is a fun language that allows you to write crazy AND valid code.

Keep in mind that adding [] converts the expression to a String, for example:

Why is it so hard to write code?

Tue, Jul 5, 2016

Master things that don’t change, like the underlying technologies have been around for 20 years. When you understand the core principles, you can learn anything. - Chris Lee

It seems nowadays, beginner programmers and developers are enjoying reading books, watching tutorials and going to conferences without even writing a single line of code. Hell, I’ve seen conferences where people gather to listen to some dude explaining how to build software when he hasn’t written a single line of code. Why is it so hard today to just fire up a text editor and write a “hello world” utility/program? Or, in the age of the feature-full web browsers, to just drop to the browser console and test your Javascript skills?

My coding style

Mon, Jun 13, 2016

All code in this project is subject to the following style guide. Anything outside of this is not required to follow but it is recommended for new code written specifically for this project to follow it. The most important thing is to have code consistency formatted within a particular project, subsystem or module.

Indents and Control Statements

For all source files, the soft and hard tab widths are set at 4 spaces; if possible, use tabs instead of spaces for alignment of code blocks.

LuaJIT on Tizen OS

Fri, Apr 29, 2016

LuaJIT is a Just-In-Time Compiler (JIT) for the Lua programming language. Lua is a powerful, dynamic and light-weight programming language. It may be embedded or used as a general-purpose, stand-alone language.

LuaJIT is Copyright © 2005-2016 Mike Pall, released under the MIT open source license.

git on Tizen 2.3.1

Sat, Dec 19, 2015

The Samsung RD-PQ developer device running Tizen 2.3.1 can be a cool development server/machine, and you can add git repository hosting and administration with just a few easy steps. First of all, let’s compile and install git.

Installing development tools on Tizen OS 2.3.1

Wed, Dec 16, 2015

This article assumes you have internet access on your Tizen device, an OpenSSH daemon running and you can connect to it via a SSH client. If you don’t, please read the other articles in the series. If you do, read below on how to install various development tools on your RD-PQ device running Tizen 2.3.1 (and possibly, 2.3, though not tested).