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How to use Internationalization in Chrome Extension/App

Developing Chrome Extension or App is extremely easy and what can be developed depends on your imagination and creativity. However, once you have a wonderful application you would like to make it available to wider audience and you can do

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Posted in Chrome

MongoDB PHP Demo Application

Just updated demo application project using MongoDB, PHP, AngularJS and Twitter Bootstrap: Available on GitHub: This is a very basic application, and more features will be added as and when required. Might come in handy for someone starting to learn these

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Posted in Projects

Showing EULA in Android App

Some applications require EULA (End User License Agreement) to be shown based on application’s features and data usage. This post we will see how easy it is to implement in android apps. Requirements: User installs app User opens app User

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Posted in Android, Code

How to use Accelerometer Sensor in Android

So you would like to use Accelerometer in the Android device and was searching for an example code snippet for the same? Well, you have come to the right place. In this post we will see how to use Accelerometer

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JavaMelody: Easy to use and powerful monitoring tool for Java EE applications

While writing one of my search web application, I asked one of my friend for a free, lightweight,  open-source tool for monitoring my application. What all I needed was average response times or page load times, error trends, and testing

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Posted in Java

Indexing and Searching Text Files using Lucene

Lucene is an open-source full-text search library written in Java, which makes it easy to add search functionality to an application or website. In this post, I will try to give a quick overview of how Indexing and Searching can be

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Posted in Java, Lucene

Quote of the day

“Walking on water and developing software from a specification are easy … if both are frozen” – Edward V Berard

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