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November 2006

XULPlanet.com

by 19 others
The XML User Interface Language (XUL) is a markup language for describing user interfaces. With XUL you can create rich, sophisticated cross-platform web applications easily. Tutorials * Main Tutorial * Developer Guide * XUL Questions References * XUL Reference * Object Reference * XPCOM Reference

www.searchlores.org : Passwords lore, cracking passwords

by 1 other
HOW TO ACCESS ANY DATABASE ON THE WEB (how to find working passwords when you forget your own)

www.searchlores.org : How to search the web, by fravia (¯`·.¸(¯`·.¸ Bots ¸.·´¯)¸.·´¯)

BOT WRITING, BOT TRAPPING & BOT WARS The material presented here should be more than enough to "get you started" on the bot path. Write your own bots, publish the code so that others may improve them. Reverse the code of the existing bots.

Reveal and Recover Windows NT, 2000, XP, 2003 and Longhorn Login (including Administrator) Username and Password with Login Recovery » My Digital Life

Windows, either Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows 2003, Windows Vista and Windows Longhorn Server protects user accounts with passwords, and an user or an administrator need to authenticate with both his or her userid and password correctly in order to log-in and gain access to the computer. What if you have forgetten your Windows login username or password, especially forget Windows administrator password which can be used to help you to reset all other user names and password? You can recover and reveal the Windows logon user id and password including the administrator password with the help of various third-party tools, such as Login Recovery.

October 2006

Regular Expression Tutorial - Learn How to Use Regular Expressions

by 2 others
Regular Expression Tutorial - Learn How to Use and Get The Most out of Regular Expressions

Dave Naffis : Ruby on Rails, Ajax & CSS Star Rating System

by 2 others
I’m sure everyone by now has seen those oh-so-Web 2.0 star rating features on hundreds of websites. Well I needed to implement one for a site I’m working on and I couldn’t find a complete example anywhere (not in RoR). So here it is. A complete Rails based Ajax and CSS star ratings sytem with some RJS thrown in for good measure.

July 2006

Significant Performance Boost For XP

by 9 others (via)
Do you want to make the very best use of your computer's RAM? There are thousands of websites offering performance tweaks for XP and you could spend the next week or more researching the ones you might like to perform, or you can save yourself a lot of bother and read this article. There are hundreds of XP tweaks, but you only need the handful listed here to obtain a significant performance boost. The rest of the tweaks you might find will only give you minor and often indiscernible performance benefits. If you don't have 512MB of RAM or more, there are tweaks here that you can apply anyway, but the best performance boost you'll ever get will be obtained by increasing your RAM.

March 2006

February 2006

Regular Expressions Reference - Basic Syntax

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Regular Expression Basic Syntax Reference

Linux Knowledge Base and Tutorials

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"The place where you learn Linux"

January 2006

*** [Ruby-Doc.org: Documenting the Ruby Language] ***

by 16 others
The ruby-doc.org Ruby documentation project is an effort by the Ruby community to provide complete and accurate documentation for the Ruby programming language.

Softies On Rails

So, we are a couple of Microsoft developers (MCSD's) that have each been working with Microsoft technologies (most recently C#, Windows Forms, ASP.NET, XML Web Services, you know) for a decade. A couple of months ago, just for fun, we decided to give Ruby On Rails a try, on a couple of side projects. (After all, what self-respecting software developer doesn't have side projects?) We hope you'll find this helpful, and comments, suggestions, and you own articles are always welcome!

Setting up a Rails development environment using Locomotive

2005 was assuredly a huge year for the Rails development team - the 1.0 milestone was hit, and with it came one of the most innovative development tools available, Locomotive. I've been using Locomotive in tandem with Subversion and MySQL for the past couple of weeks while working on some new projects which are now nearing completion - giving me some free time to write about my experiences using these tools, and how you can utilise them in your own development environment.

C'est du propre : toutes les astuces de l'émission

Je ne suis pas fan de ce genre d'émissions mais leurs recettes fonctionnent, autant les utiliser ! Voici les « 4 fantastiques », les 4 produits indispensables qui permettent à Danielle et Béatrice de venir à bout de presque tous leurs défis ! + lien vers toutes les astuces.

XMLHttpRequest Usability Guidelines | Baekdal.com

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XMLHttpRequest is becoming more and more popular, and many people are currently exploring what we could do with it. Unfortunately this also causes people to reinvent old and forgotten usability problems.

SQL Relay

by 1 other
SQL Relay is a persistent database connection pooling, proxying and load balancing system for Unix and Linux supporting ODBC, Oracle, MySQL, mSQL, PostgreSQL, Sybase, MS SQL Server, IBM DB2, Interbase, Lago, SQLite and MS Access (minimally) with APIs for C, C++, Perl, Perl-DBI, Python, Python-DB, Zope, PHP, Ruby, Ruby-DBI, Java and TCL, drop-in replacement libraries for MySQL and PostgreSQL clients, command line clients, a GUI configuration tool and extensive documentation. The APIs support advanced database operations such as bind variables, multi-row fetches, client-side result set caching and suspended transactions. It is ideal for speeding up database-driven web-based applications, accessing databases from unsupported platforms, migrating between databases, distributing access to replicated databases and throttling database access.

Getting started with Ruby (Loud Thinking)

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What Ruby lacks more than anything is good starting points for getting into the language. There's a bunch of absolutely excellent resources out there, though. I've attempted to summarize the best of them by category.

*** Ruby Quiz ***

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Ruby Quiz is a weekly programming challenge for Ruby programmers in the spirit of the Perl Quiz of the Week. A new Ruby Quiz is sent to the Ruby Talk mailing list each Friday. (Watch for the [QUIZ] subject identifier.) After a 48 hour no-spoiler period has passed, everyone is invited to contribute solutions and/or discussion back to the list. The following Thursday a Summary will be sent to the list, discussing the quiz, solutions and discussion. The next day, the cycle begins again.

Yaml.rb -- Yaml for Ruby

For Ruby developers, YAML is a natural fit for object serialization and general data storage. Really, it's quite fantastic. Spreads right on your Rubyware like butter on bread! The possible uses for YAML are innumerable. Configuration files, custom internet protocols, documentation, the list goes on and on. Also, with YAML readers popping up for other languages (see YAML.pm and others), you can pass data easily to colleagues in distant lands, swamped in their archaic languages.

PLEAC-Ruby

by 3 others (via)
Following the Perl Cookbook (by Tom Christiansen and Nathan Torkington, published by O'Reilly) spirit, the PLEAC Project aims to gather fans of programming, in order to implement the solutions in other programming languages

Artima Developer - Ruby Code & Style

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Ruby Code & Style -- new Ruby magazine hosted by Artima.com