Desktop and Web application needs icons. Icons make the app more usable than an all-text application. If you are building a desktop application, your framework may provide some stock icons. But if you are making a web application, you will need external icons. I have seen a lot of pages that lists many icon sets… [...]
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Yesterday I went to the first Kerala BarCamp. It was held at Techno Park, Trivandrum. I had to travel 225 kilometers to attend it – and it was totally worth it! Sessions Open Social By Kenney Jacob About the new OpenSocial API provided by Google. The talk was concentrated on its application on Orkut – [...]
AGPL or Affero General Public License Version is a new License released by FSF. This is aimed at Web Applications. The GNU GPL allows people to modify the software they receive, and share those modified versions with others, as long as they make source available to the recipients when they do so. However, a user [...]
PDF::Writer is my choice for creating PDF files in Ruby on Rails. Its simple, easy to use, and has all the features I am looking for.
I am an open source guy – so naturally I prefer the flagship OSS software Apache to the proprietary Microsoft IIS. But there is one area where IIS does a better job than Apache – the case sensitivity of URLs.
I just released the latest version of Nexty – and to celebrate that, I am making Nexty an online application. That is, you can use Nexty from the web – without having to install it on your local system. Of course, Nexty code is available as well – you can download and install it locally [...]
I have released Nexty 1.01.A. If you are a user of Nexty, I will recommend that you switch to the new version.
I created an RSS aggregater for my site BinnyVA.com that aggregates the content from all my sites. The basic idea is to build a Seinfeld Calendar that will force me to continually publish posts – at least 1 per day. It is very simple to create – whole system is contained in the following files… [...]
I have a new blog – LinDesk. LinDesk concentrates on the use of Linux on the Desktop. I am trying to keep it distro agnostic – but there is a slight leaning towards Fedora – as it is the distro I am using. Also, you might find a disproportionate amount of articles about KDE. Actually [...]
There is a distinct line between web application and desktop applications. But over the last few years, this line is becoming thinner. Due to faster internet connection and technologies like ajax, web applications are becoming much faster and more responsive. And, if you have a local web server installed, a ‘web’ application can become desktop [...]