Archive for the ‘brogramming’ Category

HTML5 video fallback by Marko Mugonjic

What are html5 video players Short answer They let you use the new Video API for audio&video files in the browser. Long answer A few years ago the one and only solution was Flash to display videos on the Net. Flash has therefore a lot of good features by now but one has to admit   Read More …

Categories: brogramming, javascript, video
internet by sven seiler - creative commons @ flickr

Just, you know, links.

Categories: brogramming, javascript, links
CC by Tory Brown @flicker

Following this article on the right way to sort users ratings I’m digging the Wilson score interval related to Binomial proportion confidence evaluation algorithm. I think I remember Google uses this kind of algorithms for maps, as the roads need some tweaking to match the map. This article/ has more info on that

Categories: brogramming
internet-on-and-off by Altermark

Openstack, Javascript, and lots of internet. yay.

camera by Kelly Hofer

We use FFMpeg a lot. I stumbled on an article about the guy who wrote it when the article link appeared on HN (how original) a month ago. Fabrice Bellard really has an amazing track. Not only did he write FFMPEG, but also QEMU, along with pi calculation and tiny c compiler. Two recent projects   Read More …

Categories: brogramming
By foltzwerk David Foltz

Nécessaire en local, le débugger xdebug est prévu pour fonctionner en distant, ce qui m’a demandé pas mal de tripatouillage pour le faire fonctionner. Détails.

Categories: brogramming
Categories: brogramming

Took some time to find these back. Couldn’t find the original gist though

Categories: brogramming

Je deviens maniaque avec l’âge. Depuis un certain temps je code en PHP avec une règle supplémentaire concernant les tabulations. J’aime que les assignations de variables soient toutes alignées ex : … $form = new Application_Form_Groupes(); if ($this->getRequest()->isPost()) { $request = $this->getRequest()->getPost(); if (isset($request[“goto”])) { $goto = $request[‘goto’]; unset($request[“goto”]); } … Ce qui ressemble un   Read More …

Categories: brogramming, snippets