KOReader is a document viewer for E Ink devices. It supports PDF, DjVu, XPS, CBT, CBZ, FB2, PDB, TXT, HTML, RTF, CHM, EPUB, DOC, MOBI, and ZIP files. It currently runs on Kindle, Kobo, PocketBook, Ubuntu Touch and Android devices.
Did you download your binary of Visual Studio Code directly from the official website? If so, you’re not using a Free Software and only Microsoft knows what was added to this binary. And you should think of the worst possible.
BLADE – der neuen Visual LISP IDE in BricsCAD
BLADE ist ein herausragendes neues Feature in BricsCAD V18.2. Es ist das "BricsCAD LISP Advanced Development Environment", die Visual LISP IDE in BricsCAD.
In this article, we describe how we orchestrate Kafka, Dataflow and BigQuery together to ingest and transform a large stream of events. When adding scale and latency constraints, reconciling and reordering them becomes a challenge, here is how we tackle it.
If you've spent much time in open source projects, you have probably seen the term "copyleft" used. While the term is quite commonly used, many people don't understand it. Learn more about copyleft in this article.
This is a toutorial on how to install BCache on Linux. You should read through the whole thing before beginning. Edit: If you want to work with a caching system that is designed to be applied to a drive that is in use check out EnhanceIO. You can Google for instructions for your distribution. Many…
Ontotext GraphDB is a highly-efficient and robust graph database with RDF and SPARQL support. This documentation is a comprehensive guide, which explains every feature of GraphDB as well as topics such as setting up a repository, loading and working with data, tuning its performance, scaling, etc.
The decoupled CMS is also known as a headless CMS. The headless CMS is a back-end only content management system which provides the RESTful API which can be used to build any front-end around. The number of options in terms of languages or frameworks is unlimited.
For many the Internet is Google: Search, mail, videos, web browser, cloud services, mobile OS, etc. - Google is the major player in all these fields. But Google uses all data it gathers across its services to post targeted ads, and to massively profit from the data many share so freely with the Internet giant. Your personal data can also be subpoenaed by lawyers, including for civil cases like divorce. Google answered [over 100,000 such data requests](https://transparencyreport.google.com/user-data/overview?metric=users_accounts) in 2016 alone. More and more people are also realizing the risk of relying on one company for so many personal services. So, the time has come to stop this unlimited data mining and to take back our right to privacy. Here's a quick guide as to how you can use the Internet without sharing all your data with Google.