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PHPExcelWrapper - Refactored

Posted by rhossis in rhossis' Blog, 21 April 2014 - - - - - - · 146 views
php, phpexcel, excel, spreadsheet and 1 more...

PHPExcelWrapper - Refactored Hello guys, I hope you all had a great Easter :) I would like to apologize for the long time in making ammends to the PHPExcelWrapper, which in the last tutorial, had some deployment issues. There were a number of issues with the original article...you had to manipulate files from a specific directory, which was hardcoded onto the classes, which is not ve...

Password manager

Posted by Vaielab in Vaielab's Blog, 17 April 2014 - - - - - - · 174 views
password manager, ie, security

If you read what I post on the forum, you probably already know that I really suggest using a password manager (see http://forum.codecal...ols-do-you-use/ section about keypassx)

KeepassX and other software with the same functions are awesome... without them, I probably had the exact same password for all my website,...

WEB-PC: Online Desktop

Posted by SkHacker in Program Mania, 17 April 2014 - - - - - - · 216 views
online desktop, internet desktop and 2 more...

WEB-PC: Online Desktop Author's FB contact: https://www.facebook.../saurabhhacker2

Have you ever thought that wherever you go, your desktop should remain as you left it?

:confused: Confused ?

Yes, I am talking about a desktop over internet.
Suppose if we have a desktop that worked as Facebook. We would go to internet and login with our credentials same as we do i...

A complete waste, but fun example using YIELD

Posted by lespauled in lespauled's Blog, 14 April 2014 - - - - - - · 338 views
c#, .net, yield

I created a little console application that simply called some threads and when they completed, exit. Nothing special. But since it was a console application, someone wanted some kind of notification that the application was still running. I could have simply put a dot on the screen and added another over time, but why not have some fun with it instead....

Day 9 - How to SSH tunnel!

Posted by Kadence in LKP's Blog, 20 February 2014 - - - - - - · 10,731 views
cli, ssh, tunnel, tunneling and 2 more...

How to SSH Tunnel!


After reading many various posts on SSH tunneling I failed to find a decent one that really explained how to do it without giving you a wall of text to read, so I have decided to write a little tutorial!

What is an SSH Tunnel?
An SSH Tunnel is a way to send unencrypted information over an encrypted network, i...

Hotpoint Mistral Fridge Freezer Temperature Problems.

  Posted by Barnsite in Barnsite's Blog, 12 November 2013 - - - - - - · 757 views

<p>If your Hotpoint Fridge Freezer is reading a high temperature for the Fridge check this before you spend out any money.</p>
<p>After having my kitchen refitted over the last few weeks my machine was reading 24 deg C for the fridge compartment. I had moved the machine a few times and figured that something had got dama...

Machine Evolution (ME)

  Posted by Yannbane in Tautological Cascade, 31 October 2013 - - - - - - · 254 views

Me and my friend are working on something quite interesting, a program that optimizes designs of various machines: vehicles, drones, ground robots, etc.

The idea is to use a physics framework in order to evaluate how well-suited a machine is to some goal, on some terrain.

The main algorithm spawns many randomly generated candid...

Finally, a bit more about me.

Posted by Alexander in Alexander's Blog, 06 September 2013 - * * * * * · 2,172 views
blog, alexander, life

I've never posted an introduction, and came a little late in the picture for a staff interview thread. I thought I'd remove a shroud and be a little more level with the kind folks and community I've disappeared from recently.

I turned 21 in April (Hurray! And yes, means I was only 18-19 when I joined in 2010) and had very little going on in my life. I ro...

AutoSave software

Posted by BlackDoom in BlackDoom: Randomness, 10 August 2013 - * * * * * · 1,493 views
autosave, auto save, c# and 3 more...

ok I know I posted this in the forums before, but right now I haz nothing going on so I might as well post it here:

soo, this is my first project that I'm posting, this a program I wrote in C# for games/software that don't have an auto-save feature and by that, I mean that every x minutes it will automatically save your file/project on the program that...

Arduino Project 04

Posted by Alcamech in The Alcamech, 07 August 2013 - - - - - - · 1,699 views
arduino, uno, project 04 and 5 more...

Here it is ! Arduino project 04 , titled "Color Mixing LAMP". By using a tri-color LED and three photo-resistors I created a LED that smoothly changes colors depending on external lighting conditions.

The components of this project included:


220 ohm resistor (3)

10 kilohm resistor(3)


GEL color filter(3, RGB)


C# Generic Type Converter

Posted by VNFox in VNFox's Blog, 24 May 2013 - - - - - - · 1,651 views
tutorial, c#, programming

I've seen many type converter in C#, but I haven't come to a generic one yet ... so I decide to write one. I hope this will help ... someone out there :)

This method provides a unified way of converting object of values to other types.        /// <summary>        /// Converts to the type that you like        /// </summary>        ///...

My neo digital infoverse is glowing, and apparrant in weight.

Posted by UniBrain in UniBrain's Blog, 14 May 2013 - - - - - - · 11,345 views
infoverse, unicortex, unicode and 2 more...

If you aren't already familiar with uni-cortex ~ glow (brain univers-synonymous interface)
see this video:

Of late, I had recoded glow interface such that each anorb would now reflect the actual size of its content/content.

Furthermore, I tinkered with the colour configurations somewhat.


Internet Explorer

Posted by CriticalError in CriticalError's Blog, 11 April 2013 - - - - - - · 694 views

One of the biggest challenges for web developers is fighting with internet explorer in every way or form, to get to the point it's awful slow, ** and 10 years behind everything else, still we got to support it considering it is the default browser on most PCs. When at work, I usually do most of the testing on Chrome, chrome is always up to date, fast and...

DIV 0 is Not the Only Way to Fail (Apparently)

Posted by RhetoricalRuvim in RhetoricalRuvim's Blog, 25 March 2013 - - - - - - · 959 views
assembly language, div, idiv and 4 more...

Hello everyone.

I just discovered something while trying to debug one of my assembly language programs. This is probably not new information for some people, but perhaps someone might find this useful to know.

The thing is: dividing by 0 is not the only way to raise an exception while executing the DIV instruction; dividing by 1 is just about as bad.


'Were You a Nineties Gamer?' Post-mortem

Posted by BenW in BenW's Blog, 22 March 2013 - * * * * * · 1,473 views
games, design, game design, ui and 4 more...

'Were You a Nineties Gamer?' Post-mortem Overview  

Last year I finished up a quiz game in Flash and released it around a few gaming websites. After seeing what went well, and what didn't, I thought I'd write up a few things about it that may not be obvious right away.

First of all, here's the game itself: Were You a Nineties Gamer?    

The Nineties were full of awesome games, and my game was...

Security over functionality

Posted by DarkLordofthePenguins in DarkLordofthePenguins's Blog, 21 March 2013 - - - - - - · 2,707 views
apple, microsoft, windows 8

I've seen a disturbing trend in both Apple and Microsoft recently towards sacrificing functionality for the sake of security.  This is seen in what Microsoft is doing to Windows 8 and what Apple is doing to the iPhone, iPad, and the newer versions of Mac OS X.

First I'm going to look at Microsoft.  People hate Windows 8.  If you want proof, just search "...

C# features part 1: C# 2.0 features

  Posted by Tonchi in Tonchi's Blog, 10 March 2013 - - - - - - · 780 views

C# features from 2.0 to 5.0 version  
“Generics are the most powerful feature of C# 2.0. Generics allow you to define type-safe data structures, without committing to actual data types. This results in a significant performance boost and higher quality code, because you get to...

TI ASM Battles: What?! No stack?!

Posted by gregwarner in Poetry in the Code, 24 February 2013 - - - - - - · 851 views

Just spent the last two days battling my old TI computer's assembler. I've been attempting to write a simple program that would print some memory addresses on the screen so I could probe around in the little guy's mind. But for the life of me, I couldn't figure out why my relatively simple code was crashing the system.Until it hit me.There is no stack.Wha...

Cold Fusion Internet Programming

Posted by Link Worx Seo in Link Worx Seo, 13 February 2013 - - - - - - · 909 views
cold fusion, cf, programming and 4 more...

I have noticed that this site does not address any Cold Fusion topics at this point, unless I have overlooked it. If you take a look at the main menu navigation at the top of Code Call, it does not show any CF programming at all. So for all of those who are interested in joining any kind of Cold Fusion discussions, this is the place. As an experienced Col...

Protecting your webmail

Posted by BlackRabbit in What a developer needs to know, 20 January 2013 - * * * * * · 1,580 views

Webmail and instant messaging, how much do you use them? how secure do you think your information is when you are chatting or emailing?

Your emails, location, relationships, and business. Everything is in open exposition while using those two services. In this post I will explain the dangers we face day by day and what tools we have to defend our...

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