Happened from 2015-02-22 to 2015-02-28


TopPeliculas: Angularjs Y Rest

On 2015-02-22

Para ello usaremos angular-seed, aplicación esqueleto para AngularJs. Puedes usarlo para crear proyectos bootstrap y angular rápidamente.

Con este proyecto inicial, echaremos de menos yeoman (y su ‘yo angular’). El esqueleto de Angular-seed es altamente simple. Hay que hacer una serie de modificaciones en la estructura.

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Your Django Story: Meet Emily Karungi

By anna-oz on 2015-02-23

This is a post in our Your Django Story series where we highlight awesome ladies who work with Django. Read more about it here.

Emily is a woman in tech. She recently completed a software engineering degree. Emily has been a lead at Google Developer Groups, she’s also the founder of the Django Girls Kampala chapter, co-founder of Coder in 90 and one of the core members of Girl Geek Kampala and WOPA (Women Passion).  Emily is passionate about teaching and learning.

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Django lo hizo un mago

By Miguel Ángel García on 2015-02-23

django, python

En las películas, a menudo, se encuentran errores imposibles de explicar: un tarro que se derrama y aparece lleno, gafas que aparecen y desaparecen, espadas que se transforman en martillos... En esos casos decimos que "lo hizo un mago".

En esta ocasión no es que un mago haya hecho Django, sino que hay un equipo impresionante detrás. Pero sí es cierto que Django hace mucha magia.

Me gustaría comenzar aquí un pequeño tutorial rápido para usar Django, utilizando toda la magia. Este tutorial no valdrá en todos los casos, pero dará un buen punto de comienzo para aplicaciones más avanzadas.

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YARR. Yet Another Ruby REPL

On 2015-02-23

YARR (Yet Another Ruby REPL) is a Ruby REPL (just a hobby, won’t be big and professional like Pry). YARR was inspired by groovysh1, IRB2, Pry3, Bash 4 and Vim5.

yarr

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Web continuous integration with Plastic SCM and Azure

By Josué Yeray (noreply@blogger.com) on 2015-02-24

azure, plastic

Microsoft defines Azure Websites as a fully managed Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) that enables you to build, deploy and scale enterprise-grade web Apps in seconds. Since most modern web development teams promote new code from staging to production environments, it is important to consider various techniques to automatically deploy your code as part of your ALM (Application Lifecycle Management) process. The technique that we will focus on in this article is Plastic SCM with GitSync. With this technique, your team can quickly and easily publish changes automatically to Azure Websites from GitHub.

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How to setup an encrypted server

By calbzam (noreply@blogger.com) on 2015-02-25

We are happy to announce a new Plastic SCM feature that allows configuring a server with encrypted data.

It means that, in your organization, you can configure a central server where all the data is encrypted. This way, the users who have a specific key, will be able to push/pull data to this server.

It is important to remark that this server is created for replication purposes only. Repositories have all data encrypted. If we directly download the file content to a workspace, we will only see empty files (the data is encrypted).

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Django lo hizo un mago: paginación y detalle

By Miguel Ángel García on 2015-02-26

django, python

En el artículo anterior Django lo hizo un mago creamos un entorno básico con un listado de posts para un blog. En esta ocasión vamos a añadir más funcionalidad.

En concreto, veremos cómo visualizar cada post (lo que llamaremos detalle), y añadiremos paginación.

Pero antes un extra: Añadir elementos aleatorios de pruebas fácilmente con sampledatahelper

Leer más… (quedan 3 minutos de lectura)

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Using history to better explain branch differences

By pablo (noreply@blogger.com) on 2015-02-26

differences

Release BL647 introduced a great step ahead in the way in which branch (and cset) differences are displayed and explained. Now it is possible to understandwhere each difference comes from:

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Finding more mobile-friendly search results

By Google Webmaster Central (noreply@blogger.com) on 2015-02-26

advanced, beginner, intermediate, mobile, search results

Webmaster level: all

When it comes to search on mobile devices, users should get the most relevant and timely results, no matter if the information lives on mobile-friendly web pages or apps. As more people use mobile devices to access the internet, our algorithms have to adapt to these usage patterns. In the past, we’ve made updates to ensure a site is configured properly and viewable on modern devices. We’ve made it easier for users to find mobile-friendly web pages and we’ve introduced App Indexing to surface useful content from apps. Today, we’re announcing two important changes to help users discover more mobile-friendly content:

1. More mobile-friendly websites in search results
Starting April 21, we will be expanding our use of mobile-friendliness as a ranking signal. This change will affect mobile searches in all languages worldwide and will have a significant impact in our search results. Consequently, users will find it easier to get relevant, high quality search results that are optimized for their devices.

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#HMU25 sees integration and improvements to the Tuenti app

By TuentiDev on 2015-02-27

Engineering Outreach Committee

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