Creativity and Imagination
Recently I’ve read the book Nikola Tesla - Imagination and the man that invented the 20th century, and it explains a lot of topics about creativity and imagination and explains the great imaginative and creative mind of Nikola Tesla.
In this post I’ll share with you some of the annotations of the book I have highlighted and paste it here.
September 11 2016 - 23:26 • Read More
Working with Floating Action Button on Android
Floating action buttons are used for a promoted action. They are distinguished by a circled icon floating above the UI and have motion behaviors that include morphing, launching, and a transferring anchor point. In this post you will learn how to use it on your app, and how to add some action to it.
December 10 2015 - 18:05 • Read More
7 Sublime Text plugins you should know
Sublime Text is a powerful text editor for coding. Before I use to work with a lot of IDE's, many of them where heavy and slow to load, or didn't have plenty of functions that could help me increase my productivity as a developer. After I found out about Sublime Text I discovered the variety of functionalities it has to help us, developers, to increase our productivity and write better code. In this post I'm gonna post the main plugins I use during my day as a developer.
October 07 2015 - 23:54 • Read More
Creating a Joomla Module - Basics
As I've mentioned before, I like to work with a lot of different technologies. Lately I've been working a lot with Joomla. In this post we will discuss how to create a Joomla! module from its basics. You will learn the file structures, how the code flows to deliver content to the template.
October 01 2015 - 14:16 • Read More
Install Android Studio in Ubuntu via PPA
Google provides Android Studio for Linux as a simple archive which you must download, extract, create your own launcher and so on.
To makes things easier, +Paolo Rotolo has created an Android Studio PPA for Ubuntu and derivatives (Linux Mint, elementary OS and so on).
August 31 2014 - 02:47 • Read More
Introduction to Python Modules
If you want to write a somewhat longer program, you are better off using a text editor to prepare the input for the interpreter and running it with that file as input instead. This is known as creating a script. As your program gets longer, you may want to split it into several files for easier maintenance. To support this, Python has a way to put definitions in a file and use them in a script or in an interactive instance of the interpreter. Such a file is called a module.
July 19 2014 - 04:14 • Read More
Android working with Google Maps V2 and Custom Markers
Implementing Google Maps on your Android application is easy. If you have a basic concept of how things works on Android, you will understand fast how to implement Google Maps V2 on your application. In this tutorial you are going to learn how to add Google Maps V2 to your application, also create custom markers and create custom
InfoWindow (those boxes that show up when you click a marker). After that you have a simple example that explains these three features.
April 20 2014 - 03:04 • Read More
Android emulator SQLite database location
It seems a lot of people face this issue when trying to locate the .db database file of their application. Well, there is an easy way to find the database location and even open it. It's explained in this post.
December 18 2013 - 12:51 • Read More
Browsing webpages in Python with Mechanize
Browsing web pages, or making some web-scrapping with python is easy if you have a good tool. The Mechanize module in Python is similar to perl WWW:Mechanize. It gives you a browser like object to interact with web pages. In this post I'll show you how to extract data from a webpage using Mechanize.
November 01 2013 - 14:07 • Read More
GridView with Auto Resized Images on Android
Once I was trying to create a GridView with two columns and auto resized images. I was facing some problems, like the images was being stretched into each view, and being shown wrongly, also I wanted to create a label on bottom of each image but attached to the bottom of the view, and wasn't being able to accomplish that. So after a little research and testing, I've learned a trick, with the help of the android community, that, creating a custom class for the ImageView and doing some other tricks would help.
This post will guide you through this proccess.