Posts for the month: mar_2017

Here's my Pi Zero that runs Apache, Grav CMS, and various other webby type stuff. It serves this blog site internally and acts as a general playground for me to mess about with a web server.

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Sometimes you need to check in Javascript if you're running on an Apple device (or some other specific hardware platform). You'd like to check that logic works via your dev machine, rather than needing the actual devices. Here's how to alter the hardware platform Firefox reports itself running on.

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One of my first attempts to use the PiGlow was to give some indication of the state of a headless Pi Zero as it started up and sorted out its server processes.

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There are many things to consider when you have a webapp that dynamically generates reports and that generation takes a while. This article is about giving the user some feedback that their report is being processed and hiding that message once the report has completely downloaded.

This is a followup to the article Gracefully handling inherently slow webapp actions

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How to use Jmeter to test websites behind RSA SecurID tokens, by requesting the token at the start of a test suite.

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