eveal brings the power of tools like Firebug and Web Inspector to iOS developers. See your application's view hierarchy at runtime with advanced 2D and 3D visualisations. Debug view layout and rendering problems in seconds.
I have been using LaTeX beamer for a little over a year now to do my “PowerPoint” like presentations for math and computer science classes. I really like beamer a lot and I find it easy to put together a nice looking presentation that is not bogged down in special effects and gimmicky animations. One of my main problems with beamer is that I never know what theme to pick because I never know what the themes look like ahead of time. This is what made me think that it would be nice to have a script that automatically builds my presentation with every possible theme and puts them in one giant pdf file.
It turns out that by using Python and some nice Linux tools it is fairly easy to achieve this. I call the little script I wrote “beamerizer” and it takes a directory of LaTeX themes and a LaTeX source file. Then, it builds that source file with every possible theme. It’s a pretty simple idea, but it gets the job done. I have also used this script to produce a nice sample document that was built using the standard LaTeX themes. Both the beamerizer script and that sample document are included in this post. Hopefully this will help someone out who needs to see all the different beamer themes :) .
Icon Handler for RIF files in Windows So after we introduced the Quick Look plugin for viewing Painter files in the Finder in Mac OS, many folks asked why we can't do the same for Windows. So the development team here is always up for a challenge, and between projects they built a little utility that will display the preview of the image as the Icon for RIF files. Simply download the utility from here [4.1 mB file]. Install it and you should be ready to go. Once installed all of your Painter RIF files should now have an image preview with a small application icon badge.
Script Summary: Add pop-up preview to any site.(Script homepage).....Rules for popup action must be written in "SITEINFO" in proper format. Properties of SITEINFO url (required)(RegExp) : URL to which the rule is applied. targetElement (required)(XPath) : XPath which select "A" elements. When "mouseover" action occurs on them, linked pages (values of "href" attributes) will be fetched. popupElement (required) (XPath) : XPath which select elements in fetched pages. These elements will be appear in tooltips. disabled (optional) : If you want to disable a rule temporally, set "false". style (optional) : CSS attributes of tooltips. Please be careful to write in CamelCase! (border-width -> borderWidth) stripe (optional) : If you set "true", small icons will be appended to elements on which the action will occur.
Permet de visualiser pour chacun des liens des "Outils pour les webmasters", le PR, l'anchor text, etc...Adds a "Preview button" to Google Reader that allows you to view actual article in a frame. Clicking again on that button goes back to RSS view. Does work both in List view and expanded view. Here are some advantages of the script : - You can see and post comments right from Google Reader ! - You can read truncated rss feeds entirely. - You don't lose time opening a new window or tab in order to go on the website and see the article in its original context. Preview can be opened by clicking on article's title, preview button on typing Shift-V
This will be the first of a small series of blogs covering proposed new features in JSF 2.0.
Keep in mind that none of the features described are final, and may change, but
this is a good opportunity to show the features as they exist now and illicit feedback.