When it comes to testing responsive webdesigns, testing with real mobile devices can hardly be replaced with anything. However, testing alpha versions of your web project can be done easier. I’ve read an article about Opera Mobile Emulator today on Smashing Magazine, and it seems to be quite useful. It’s Opera Mobile available for regular computers, allowing for checking how a website looks and behaves at different resolutions and pixel densities. Continue reading Testing Responsive Designs with Opera Mobile Emulator
I’ve moved my blog to Google’s Blogger (formerly known as Blogspot). Some of the “old” links are not working anymore due to the move, sorry. If you notice any issues (i.e. wrongly formatted posts), please let me know.
A few weeks ago I explained how to get Ubuntu 12.04 LTS running on Citrix XenServer 5.6.
Today, after upgrading the VM’s kernel from 3.2.0-24-virtual to 3.2.0-25-virtual, the VM didn’t start anymore. XenCenter showed the following error message: Continue reading Ubuntu VM not starting on XenServer after kernel upgrade
Over the last months, I’ve been working on KeeBook – an open source, web-based application for managing login data. Before, I used to employ KeePass which did its job quite well. However, I always wished this was web-based so I could access my usernames, passwords, notes, etc. on the go. So I found a web-based alternative to KeePass was a good idea. Continue reading KeeBook: An open source web application for managing passwords
Unfortunately, Citrix’ XenCenter isn’t available for Linux. However, there is an open source alternative that works like a charm on my Ubuntu 12.04 system: OpenXenManager: http://sourceforge.net/projects/openxenmanager/ Continue reading Managing Citrix XenServer on Linux with OpenXenManager
After upgrading my virtualized Ubuntu 11.10 installation to Ubuntu 12.04 Precise Pangolin, I’ve had strange problems on booting up the virtual machine: Sometimes it booted up smoothly, sometimes it hung, sometimes it reported a read-only filesystem due to errors (which actually could not be found using fsck). After some investigation, I decided to re-install the system. Continue reading Ubuntu 12.04 on Citrix XenServer 5.6
Suppose you offer content that can be integrated into others websites, especially websites not run by yourself. Think of widgets, video players, advertisements, calculators, and so on for example. There are various options of doing this. I want to show you these options and their pros and cons from my point of view. The arguments may differ depending on your concrete situation. Continue reading Options for embedding content into foreign websites (widgets)