Notas previas. En primer lugar, agradecer a los desarrolladores que han trabajado duramente en funciones.js y en aquellos que no se han molestado en pasarlo por un minimizador de código. Se recomienda leer antes el artículo de Javier Ramírez Los problemas del desarrollo web en España resumidos en senado.es. El código está disponible en este … Read more Aprendiendo jQuery con la web del Senado, I
It was a nice Friday, Porras and I were at the BeBanjOffice and we were working on adding organization support to Travis-CI. First, we needed to find where the user repos were being fetch. Said and done, we found that travis is using the ServiceHookController to ask the server for repos (and to update them too, but … Read more Adding organization repos to Travis-CI: Part I
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After reading this book I have some encountered feelings about it: on the one hand the content is correct, everything I tested worked fine, etc but on the other hand I really find annoying the form it is presented. When I started reading, I expected to find more about CSS3 (a topic almost not covered … Read more The Essential Guide to HTML5: a review
After releasing rinzelight 0.0.3, I wondered how hard addinga blur effect would be. So I started implementing it. We are going to do two 1D blur. In first place, open a repl and start emacs (or vim). Use rinzelight.image for reading northern-lights.jpg First, let’s start creating a blur-kernel function with two parameters, width and sigma. … Read more Creating a blur effect with rinzelight.
I started writing rinzelight long time ago. Exactly, I started on February. Sadly, since I wasn’t getting a few points about Clojure, I stopped working on it twenty days after for half a year. But do not let me digress. Rinzelight is finally released! Actually, rinzelight 0.0.2 is released! But let me introduce you to … Read more Introducing rinzelight 0.0.2
This summer, I have been doing some amazing stuff for GeoGebra. First of all, I would like to thank two people: Miguel, my mentor, who guided me through all that really advanced mathematical stuff; and Heinz Kredel, JAS creator and developer, who answered all my questions and implemented my suggestions as quickly as I could … Read more The One where I spent a morning because -0.5 turned to be parsed as 1/2
My contributions for the first part of the first part of GSoC 2010 can be divided in two: general improvements and coding. General improvements I made a few general improvements on GeoGebra: Refactored build.dir in ant build file. Previously, build.dir wasn’t in the root directory. A few ant tasks were added, such compile-grammar, compile-oe (outside … Read more Status update for GeoGebra.
I’m stupid, and here is why: Long, long time ago, when WordPress 2.7 was released I got excited about the automatic upgrade feature. I never got to get it working, but I didn’t care at all. I don’t have that many plug-ins, and sometimes in a while, I just uploaded all the files via FTP. … Read more About WordPress automatic upgrade.