It’s very exciting for me to announce that my very first book is out! Actually, I’m not the only author in this book, there are Giovanni Nugraha and Nia Mutiara whom I collaborate with to produce this great book. This book is about using devise in your rails application. It will helps the reader to start with devise, apply some customizations, add privileges, make remote authentication, and tests. So why wait? Go to the book website and make an order!
“Hey! What kind of stuff is PhantomJS?”. This could be the first time for you to hear or read or use PhantomJS, but for you guys who don’t, you still can read this article, because I still need your traffic (kidding).
So, what does “headless WebKit” mean? It’s like a browser (WebKit based browser), but without the GUI. So, you can use many kinds of WebKit functions in your own scripts. Then, you may ask “what is it used for?”. PhantomJS is used for headless website testing, page automation, network monitoring, and page automation.
The reason I play with this stuff is because I had a simple idea that capturing website automatically. People just give the URI of the page and the application will get the screen shot of it. Then, it can be shared or organized by that person. At first, I thought that I was going to have a tough journey to get thing done, fortunately I wasn’t. Continue reading
This idea came up when I needed to add new feature at clodeo. The basic idea was to improve current meeting room feature. The feature currently can only be used as a chatting room with manageable room, but in fact, chatting feature is not enough. I need something which can handle visual process like painting, adding image, or resizing image and that’s why I started this research. A virtual “white board” which is complemented with chat board, so users will be able to coordinate with other team remotely, for sure. Continue reading
This term has been repeated said when I was in college. Back then I had an ideal point of view that everything should be integrated as one. Why? Because it would be a great and massive where the subsystems could easily talk or communicate each other. Compared to the Service Oriented Architecture (SOA), it was a nightmare to me. You develop the system part by part and you make them communicate with a web service, SOAP was the popular way of doing it. You can imagine the effort that you need to give to build that kind of application? I said no to SOA, until recently. Continue reading