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• The transition-duration property is simple to understand. It defines the total duration of a transition from state A to state B, whether the transition involves scaling, distorting, rotating or modifying the style of an element. The transition-timing-function is more difficult as it defines the rate at which the transition is carried out, which can involve speeding up and slowing down. It's all got something to do with Bézier curves as described here: The transition-timing-function property describes how the animation will proceed over time. Keywords can be used for common functions or the control points for a cubic bézier function can be given for complete control of the transition function. · http://www.the-art-of-web.com/css/timing-function/
The transition-duration property is simple to understand. It defines the total duration of a transition from state A to state B, whether the transition involves scaling, distorting, rotating or modifying the style of an element. The transition-timing-function is more difficult as it defines the rate at which the transition is carried out, which can involve speeding up and slowing down. It's all got something to do with Bézier curves as described here: The transition-timing-function property describes how the animation will proceed over time. Keywords can be used for common functions or the control points for a cubic bézier function can be given for complete control of the transition function. · http://www.the-art-of-web.com/css/timing-function/
3 years and 4 months ago
by macdet
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• The transition-duration property is simple to understand. It defines the total duration of a transition from state A to state B, whether the transition involves scaling, distorting, rotating or modifying the style of an element. The transition-timing-function is more difficult as it defines the rate at which the transition is carried out, which can involve speeding up and slowing down. It's all got something to do with Bézier curves as described here: The transition-timing-function property describes how the animation will proceed over time. Keywords can be used for common functions or the control points for a cubic bézier function can be given for complete control of the transition function. · http://www.the-art-of-web.com/css/timing-function/
The transition-duration property is simple to understand. It defines the total duration of a transition from state A to state B, whether the transition involves scaling, distorting, rotating or modifying the style of an element. The transition-timing-function is more difficult as it defines the rate at which the transition is carried out, which can involve speeding up and slowing down. It's all got something to do with Bézier curves as described here: The transition-timing-function property describes how the animation will proceed over time. Keywords can be used for common functions or the control points for a cubic bézier function can be given for complete control of the transition function. · http://www.the-art-of-web.com/css/timing-function/
3 years and 4 months ago
by macdet
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• Use virtualenv with django and mod_wsgi Added 2009-09-27: To use the the packages in my virtualenv, I used site.addsitedir at the top of my .wsgi application file. You may also want to set the WSGIPythonHome variable in your httpd.conf file (outside of any VirtualHost sections). For detailed information on using mod_wsgi with virtualenv, see the Virtual Environments section of the modwsgi project documentation. · http://www.saltycrane.com/blog/2009/05/notes-using-pip-and-virtualenv-django/
Use virtualenv with django and mod_wsgi Added 2009-09-27: To use the the packages in my virtualenv, I used site.addsitedir at the top of my .wsgi application file. You may also want to set the WSGIPythonHome variable in your httpd.conf file (outside of any VirtualHost sections). For detailed information on using mod_wsgi with virtualenv, see the Virtual Environments section of the modwsgi project documentation. · http://www.saltycrane.com/blog/2009/05/notes-using-pip-and-virtualenv-django/
3 years and 4 months ago
by macdet
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• Use virtualenv with django and mod_wsgi Added 2009-09-27: To use the the packages in my virtualenv, I used site.addsitedir at the top of my .wsgi application file. You may also want to set the WSGIPythonHome variable in your httpd.conf file (outside of any VirtualHost sections). For detailed information on using mod_wsgi with virtualenv, see the Virtual Environments section of the modwsgi project documentation. · http://www.saltycrane.com/blog/2009/05/notes-using-pip-and-virtualenv-django/
Use virtualenv with django and mod_wsgi Added 2009-09-27: To use the the packages in my virtualenv, I used site.addsitedir at the top of my .wsgi application file. You may also want to set the WSGIPythonHome variable in your httpd.conf file (outside of any VirtualHost sections). For detailed information on using mod_wsgi with virtualenv, see the Virtual Environments section of the modwsgi project documentation. · http://www.saltycrane.com/blog/2009/05/notes-using-pip-and-virtualenv-django/
3 years and 4 months ago
by macdet
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• @font-face { font-family: "Your typeface"; src: url("type/filename.eot"); src: local("Alternate name"), local("Alternatename"), url("type/filename.woff") format("woff"), url("type/filename.otf") format("opentype"), url("type/filename.svg#filename") format("svg"); } @font-face { font-family: "Your italic typeface"; src: url("type/filename-ital.eot"); src: local("Alternate name"), local("Alternatename"), url("type/filename-ital.woff") format("woff"), url("type/filename-ital.otf") format("opentype"), url("type/filename-ital.svg#filename-ital") format("svg"); } h2 { font-family: "Your typeface", Georgia, serif; } h2 em { font-family: "Your italic typeface", Georgia, serif; } em { font-style: italic; } · http://nicewebtype.com/notes/2009/10/30/how-to-use-css-font-face/#details
@font-face { font-family: "Your typeface"; src: url("type/filename.eot"); src: local("Alternate name"), local("Alternatename"), url("type/filename.woff") format("woff"), url("type/filename.otf") format("opentype"), url("type/filename.svg#filename") format("svg"); } @font-face { font-family: "Your italic typeface"; src: url("type/filename-ital.eot"); src: local("Alternate name"), local("Alternatename"), url("type/filename-ital.woff") format("woff"), url("type/filename-ital.otf") format("opentype"), url("type/filename-ital.svg#filename-ital") format("svg"); } h2 { font-family: "Your typeface", Georgia, serif; } h2 em { font-family: "Your italic typeface", Georgia, serif; } em { font-style: italic; } · http://nicewebtype.com/notes/2009/10/30/how-to-use-css-font-face/#details
3 years and 4 months ago
by macdet
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• @font-face { font-family: "Your typeface"; src: url("type/filename.eot"); src: local("Alternate name"), local("Alternatename"), url("type/filename.woff") format("woff"), url("type/filename.otf") format("opentype"), url("type/filename.svg#filename") format("svg"); } @font-face { font-family: "Your italic typeface"; src: url("type/filename-ital.eot"); src: local("Alternate name"), local("Alternatename"), url("type/filename-ital.woff") format("woff"), url("type/filename-ital.otf") format("opentype"), url("type/filename-ital.svg#filename-ital") format("svg"); } h2 { font-family: "Your typeface", Georgia, serif; } h2 em { font-family: "Your italic typeface", Georgia, serif; } em { font-style: italic; } · http://nicewebtype.com/notes/2009/10/30/how-to-use-css-font-face/#details
@font-face { font-family: "Your typeface"; src: url("type/filename.eot"); src: local("Alternate name"), local("Alternatename"), url("type/filename.woff") format("woff"), url("type/filename.otf") format("opentype"), url("type/filename.svg#filename") format("svg"); } @font-face { font-family: "Your italic typeface"; src: url("type/filename-ital.eot"); src: local("Alternate name"), local("Alternatename"), url("type/filename-ital.woff") format("woff"), url("type/filename-ital.otf") format("opentype"), url("type/filename-ital.svg#filename-ital") format("svg"); } h2 { font-family: "Your typeface", Georgia, serif; } h2 em { font-family: "Your italic typeface", Georgia, serif; } em { font-style: italic; } · http://nicewebtype.com/notes/2009/10/30/how-to-use-css-font-face/#details
3 years and 4 months ago
by macdet
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• nginx.conf user www www; worker_processes 2; pid /var/run/nginx.pid; # [ debug | info | notice | warn | error | crit ] error_log /var/log/nginx.error_log info; events { worker_connections 2000; # use [ kqueue | rtsig | epoll | /dev/poll | select | poll ] ; use kqueue; } · http://wiki.nginx.org/NginxFullExample2
nginx.conf user www www; worker_processes 2; pid /var/run/nginx.pid; # [ debug | info | notice | warn | error | crit ] error_log /var/log/nginx.error_log info; events { worker_connections 2000; # use [ kqueue | rtsig | epoll | /dev/poll | select | poll ] ; use kqueue; } · http://wiki.nginx.org/NginxFullExample2
2 years and 10 months ago
by macdet
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• chflags hidden ~/Library Of course, you can replace the path to the Library folder with any other folder or file you would like to hide. This will only make the folder hidden from the Finder under normal browsing; it can still be accessed through the Terminal or by using the Finder's Go » Go to Folder menu option. If you want to unhide the Library, type the following code into a Terminal: chflags nohidden ~/Library · http://www.macosxhints.com/
chflags hidden ~/Library Of course, you can replace the path to the Library folder with any other folder or file you would like to hide. This will only make the folder hidden from the Finder under normal browsing; it can still be accessed through the Terminal or by using the Finder's Go » Go to Folder menu option. If you want to unhide the Library, type the following code into a Terminal: chflags nohidden ~/Library · http://www.macosxhints.com/
3 years and 5 months ago
by macdet
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• chflags hidden ~/Library Of course, you can replace the path to the Library folder with any other folder or file you would like to hide. This will only make the folder hidden from the Finder under normal browsing; it can still be accessed through the Terminal or by using the Finder's Go » Go to Folder menu option. If you want to unhide the Library, type the following code into a Terminal: chflags nohidden ~/Library · http://www.macosxhints.com/
chflags hidden ~/Library Of course, you can replace the path to the Library folder with any other folder or file you would like to hide. This will only make the folder hidden from the Finder under normal browsing; it can still be accessed through the Terminal or by using the Finder's Go » Go to Folder menu option. If you want to unhide the Library, type the following code into a Terminal: chflags nohidden ~/Library · http://www.macosxhints.com/
3 years and 5 months ago
by macdet
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• KernelEventAgent /usr/sbin/KernelEventAgent handles one of the core system services (events such as file systems being mounted and unmounted, low disk space, network connections going down, etc.) SystemStarter /sbin/SystemStarter is run during system initialization to handle "startup items". See "Mac OS X System Startup" for details. aexml /usr/sbin/aexml forwards XMLRPC and SOAP requests to the AppleEvent manager for further dispatching. More documentation is available on the Apple Developer Web Site. appleping /usr/bin/appleping exercises the AppleTalk network by sending packets to a named host. ardbgd /usr/sbin/ardbgd is the daemon for the Apple Remote Debugging Service. · http://osxbook.com/book/bonus/ancient/whatismacosx//tools.html
KernelEventAgent /usr/sbin/KernelEventAgent handles one of the core system services (events such as file systems being mounted and unmounted, low disk space, network connections going down, etc.) SystemStarter /sbin/SystemStarter is run during system initialization to handle "startup items". See "Mac OS X System Startup" for details. aexml /usr/sbin/aexml forwards XMLRPC and SOAP requests to the AppleEvent manager for further dispatching. More documentation is available on the Apple Developer Web Site. appleping /usr/bin/appleping exercises the AppleTalk network by sending packets to a named host. ardbgd /usr/sbin/ardbgd is the daemon for the Apple Remote Debugging Service. · http://osxbook.com/book/bonus/ancient/whatismacosx//tools.html
3 years and 5 months ago
by macdet
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• KernelEventAgent /usr/sbin/KernelEventAgent handles one of the core system services (events such as file systems being mounted and unmounted, low disk space, network connections going down, etc.) SystemStarter /sbin/SystemStarter is run during system initialization to handle "startup items". See "Mac OS X System Startup" for details. aexml /usr/sbin/aexml forwards XMLRPC and SOAP requests to the AppleEvent manager for further dispatching. More documentation is available on the Apple Developer Web Site. appleping /usr/bin/appleping exercises the AppleTalk network by sending packets to a named host. ardbgd /usr/sbin/ardbgd is the daemon for the Apple Remote Debugging Service. · http://osxbook.com/book/bonus/ancient/whatismacosx//tools.html
KernelEventAgent /usr/sbin/KernelEventAgent handles one of the core system services (events such as file systems being mounted and unmounted, low disk space, network connections going down, etc.) SystemStarter /sbin/SystemStarter is run during system initialization to handle "startup items". See "Mac OS X System Startup" for details. aexml /usr/sbin/aexml forwards XMLRPC and SOAP requests to the AppleEvent manager for further dispatching. More documentation is available on the Apple Developer Web Site. appleping /usr/bin/appleping exercises the AppleTalk network by sending packets to a named host. ardbgd /usr/sbin/ardbgd is the daemon for the Apple Remote Debugging Service. · http://osxbook.com/book/bonus/ancient/whatismacosx//tools.html
3 years and 5 months ago
by macdet
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• Graphical cheat sheet This is a single page describing the full vi/vim input model, the function of all keys, and all major features. You can see it as a compressed vi/vim manual. Click on the image below to access the full-size bitmap image, or download the vector-based, scalable SVG version (zip-compressed - and be sure to view & print the SVG with the open source application Inkscape or the Adobe plug-in for Internet Explorer, Firefox breaks the layout for some reason, apart from rendering it with no anti-alias!). · http://www.viemu.com/a_vi_vim_graphical_cheat_sheet_tutorial.html
Graphical cheat sheet This is a single page describing the full vi/vim input model, the function of all keys, and all major features. You can see it as a compressed vi/vim manual. Click on the image below to access the full-size bitmap image, or download the vector-based, scalable SVG version (zip-compressed - and be sure to view & print the SVG with the open source application Inkscape or the Adobe plug-in for Internet Explorer, Firefox breaks the layout for some reason, apart from rendering it with no anti-alias!). · http://www.viemu.com/a_vi_vim_graphical_cheat_sheet_tutorial.html
2 years and 8 months ago
by macdet
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• soll einen Überblick der bekanntesten JavaScript-Frameworks und deren Funktionen geben. Zu jedem Framework gibt es verschiedene Beispiele und die dazugehörigen Links zur offiziellen Dokumentation. Die Wahl eines Frameworks hängt von vielen Faktoren ab und kann nicht ausschließlich durch dieses Dokument getroffen werden. Die Matrix soll lediglich die unterschiedlichen API-Stile sowie die Funktionsweisen der JavaScript-Bibliotheken veranschaulichen. Es gibt zudem noch weitere interessante Frameworks, die hier aufgelistet sind. · http://matthiasschuetz.com/javascript-framework-matrix/de/eigene-funktionen
soll einen Überblick der bekanntesten JavaScript-Frameworks und deren Funktionen geben. Zu jedem Framework gibt es verschiedene Beispiele und die dazugehörigen Links zur offiziellen Dokumentation. Die Wahl eines Frameworks hängt von vielen Faktoren ab und kann nicht ausschließlich durch dieses Dokument getroffen werden. Die Matrix soll lediglich die unterschiedlichen API-Stile sowie die Funktionsweisen der JavaScript-Bibliotheken veranschaulichen. Es gibt zudem noch weitere interessante Frameworks, die hier aufgelistet sind. · http://matthiasschuetz.com/javascript-framework-matrix/de/eigene-funktionen
3 years and 6 months ago
by macdet
2
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• Normally when the value of a CSS property changes, the rendered result is instantly updated, with the affected elements immediately changing from the old property value to the new property value. This section describes a way to specify transitions using new CSS properties. These properties are used to animate smoothly from the old state to the new state over time. For example, suppose that transitions of one second have been defined on the ‘left’ and ‘background-color’ properties. The following diagram illustrates the effect of updating those properties on an element, in this case moving it to the right and changing the background from red to blue. This assumes other transition parameters still have their default values. · http://www.w3.org/TR/css3-transitions/
Normally when the value of a CSS property changes, the rendered result is instantly updated, with the affected elements immediately changing from the old property value to the new property value. This section describes a way to specify transitions using new CSS properties. These properties are used to animate smoothly from the old state to the new state over time. For example, suppose that transitions of one second have been defined on the ‘left’ and ‘background-color’ properties. The following diagram illustrates the effect of updating those properties on an element, in this case moving it to the right and changing the background from red to blue. This assumes other transition parameters still have their default values. · http://www.w3.org/TR/css3-transitions/
3 years and 4 months ago
by macdet
2
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• Normally when the value of a CSS property changes, the rendered result is instantly updated, with the affected elements immediately changing from the old property value to the new property value. This section describes a way to specify transitions using new CSS properties. These properties are used to animate smoothly from the old state to the new state over time. For example, suppose that transitions of one second have been defined on the ‘left’ and ‘background-color’ properties. The following diagram illustrates the effect of updating those properties on an element, in this case moving it to the right and changing the background from red to blue. This assumes other transition parameters still have their default values. · http://www.w3.org/TR/css3-transitions/
Normally when the value of a CSS property changes, the rendered result is instantly updated, with the affected elements immediately changing from the old property value to the new property value. This section describes a way to specify transitions using new CSS properties. These properties are used to animate smoothly from the old state to the new state over time. For example, suppose that transitions of one second have been defined on the ‘left’ and ‘background-color’ properties. The following diagram illustrates the effect of updating those properties on an element, in this case moving it to the right and changing the background from red to blue. This assumes other transition parameters still have their default values. · http://www.w3.org/TR/css3-transitions/
3 years and 4 months ago
by macdet
2
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• Whether you’ve forgotten the name of a function or the property of a cascading style sheet – handy cheat sheets deliver the information you are looking for – immediately. Most cheat sheets are available as .pdf or .png-files, so you can print them and use them every day for whatever projects you’re currently working on. We present an extensive overview of useful cheat sheets we’ve found in the Web. Links checked: May/16 2008. · http://www.smashingmagazine.com/2006/10/30/cheat-sheet-round-up-ajax-css-latex-ruby/
Whether you’ve forgotten the name of a function or the property of a cascading style sheet – handy cheat sheets deliver the information you are looking for – immediately. Most cheat sheets are available as .pdf or .png-files, so you can print them and use them every day for whatever projects you’re currently working on. We present an extensive overview of useful cheat sheets we’ve found in the Web. Links checked: May/16 2008. · http://www.smashingmagazine.com/2006/10/30/cheat-sheet-round-up-ajax-css-latex-ruby/
3 years and 6 months ago
by macdet
11
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• Whether you’ve forgotten the name of a function or the property of a cascading style sheet – handy cheat sheets deliver the information you are looking for – immediately. Most cheat sheets are available as .pdf or .png-files, so you can print them and use them every day for whatever projects you’re currently working on. We present an extensive overview of useful cheat sheets we’ve found in the Web. Links checked: May/16 2008. · http://www.smashingmagazine.com/2006/10/30/cheat-sheet-round-up-ajax-css-latex-ruby/
Whether you’ve forgotten the name of a function or the property of a cascading style sheet – handy cheat sheets deliver the information you are looking for – immediately. Most cheat sheets are available as .pdf or .png-files, so you can print them and use them every day for whatever projects you’re currently working on. We present an extensive overview of useful cheat sheets we’ve found in the Web. Links checked: May/16 2008. · http://www.smashingmagazine.com/2006/10/30/cheat-sheet-round-up-ajax-css-latex-ruby/
3 years and 6 months ago
by macdet
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• Audio/Video Instructional Materials for Python There is a growing body of podcasts, screencasts and video presentations for the Python community. This page collects some of the best and provides a roadmap to the rest. If you would like to contribute materials, please see the our pointers for creating screencasts. · http://www.python.org/doc/av/
Audio/Video Instructional Materials for Python There is a growing body of podcasts, screencasts and video presentations for the Python community. This page collects some of the best and provides a roadmap to the rest. If you would like to contribute materials, please see the our pointers for creating screencasts. · http://www.python.org/doc/av/
2 years and 6 months ago
by macdet
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• Here are a bunch of Mac OS X terminal commands sorted into general categories. I have intentionally omitted long bash scripts and AppleScripts and focussed instead on small useful commands that can be plugged into bigger scripts or used on their own… enjoy! · http://www.leftcolumn.net/2009/02/15/40-useful-mac-os-x-shell-scripts-and-terminal-commands/
Here are a bunch of Mac OS X terminal commands sorted into general categories. I have intentionally omitted long bash scripts and AppleScripts and focussed instead on small useful commands that can be plugged into bigger scripts or used on their own… enjoy! · http://www.leftcolumn.net/2009/02/15/40-useful-mac-os-x-shell-scripts-and-terminal-commands/
3 years and 5 months ago
by macdet
2
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• Here are a bunch of Mac OS X terminal commands sorted into general categories. I have intentionally omitted long bash scripts and AppleScripts and focussed instead on small useful commands that can be plugged into bigger scripts or used on their own… enjoy! · http://www.leftcolumn.net/2009/02/15/40-useful-mac-os-x-shell-scripts-and-terminal-commands/
Here are a bunch of Mac OS X terminal commands sorted into general categories. I have intentionally omitted long bash scripts and AppleScripts and focussed instead on small useful commands that can be plugged into bigger scripts or used on their own… enjoy! · http://www.leftcolumn.net/2009/02/15/40-useful-mac-os-x-shell-scripts-and-terminal-commands/
3 years and 5 months ago
by macdet
2
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