On UNIX based machines it is not possible to bind applications not running from root to any port below 1024. So the workaround is to… Read More »How to forward port 80 of Mac OS X to access web server on virtual machine
Google App Engine is google’s cloud computing platform for developing and hosting web application. Its free up to a certain usage levels of CUP cycles, storage and bandwidth. Google App Engine mainly supports three programming languages Go, Java and Python. This tutorial helps you in setting up the developmentRead More »How to write Google App Engine Hello World Web App using Python
FreeBSD comes with CSH (C shell) as default., that do not show full path of present working directory. We need to change default shell to BASH (Bourne-again shell) using following command:
# chsh -s /usr/local/bin/bash
First you need to set up Google Android SDK. While creating Android Virtual Device (AVD) you can specify the storage size in SD Card settings. You can specify any size upto 128 GB. Its really helpful if you want to install .apk applications on Emulator. Read More »How to increase storage of Android Emulator
You can invite anyone to Google Wave. Google Wave is now open for all. Anyone can signup to Google Wave. Google opened Wave as part 2of Google Labs on 18 May, 2010. Now you can add anyone to new or existing wave even if he is not in your contacts. An invitation will be sent to him to join Google Wave with the description of wave. Just follow these steps.Read More »How to invite others to Google Wave
For example we have a link say:
Clicking this link will show an alert saying “Hello” but will then move to http://www.example.com/.Read More »How to disable page jump while clicking on anchore
‘upload_max_filesize’ and ‘post_max_size’ are of type PHP_INI_PERDIR, which means “Entry can be set in php.ini, .htaccess or httpd.conf”. So you can’t set it in your script.
We can set PHP_INI_PERDIR settings in a .htaccess file with ‘php_flag’Read More »Why PHP ini_set() does not work with upload_max_filesize
I just fell in need of knowing the name of the method that is currently being called. After having a few minutes of unsuccessful searching i just thought of Late Static Binding and here the PHP Manual helped me.