Pages

Monday, May 27, 2013

Barlesque - Firefox Addon

Another useful Firefox addon. This one transforms the Addon bar into a set of buttons, adds a minimize button to it, and allows for auto-hiding after a specified time period. Quite a useful addition to Addon Bar and one that's hard to find just by name or description, among thousands of other addons.

Barlesque :: Add-ons for Firefox

Handy Firefox Addons for Google+

A very handy "share on Google+" shortcut for Firefox. No addon necessary. Simply a bit of JavaScript that opens a new window with the link to the current page (url).

Google Plus One and Share with Firefox | Double T Tech Talk

The page above also contains a link to Hide Bookmarks Bar extension that can be used to map a shortcut key to toggling the Bookmarks toolbar.

(Un-)Locking Firefox Preferences

The page below explains how to lock certain Mozilla Firefox preferences. The same advice is useful when looking on how to unlock them, if set by someone else.

Locking preferences - MozillaZine Knowledge Base

The one sentence summary is: check mozilla.cfg file in Firefox installation directory.

Integrated Authentication for Firefox

A cool addon that sorts out issues with NTLM authentication and Firefox.

With the Firefox Beta 22, I was not able to log in to TFS server even after typing in correct authentication details. After installing this extension, the login is transparent.

Integrated Authentication for Firefox :: Add-ons for Firefox

Friday, May 24, 2013

Wednesday, May 22, 2013

Markdown Resources


Here are some Markdown resources (.md)
MarkdownPad post.

Saturday, May 11, 2013

Dapper.Net Resources

Dapper is a fast micro-ORM for .Net platform.
Since it is a bare-bone framework, below are some useful additions that contain features found in other ORM engines:

  • example on using Dapper.Rainbow (link)
  • Dapper.Mapper (link) enhances multi-reader mapping

Tuesday, May 07, 2013

List of OwnCloud client apps

Here is one list of apps that can be used to synchronize with ownCloud instances. There are some free providers of ownCloud hosting that can be used to test out the service. If that is successful then the next step is installing an own instance.

OwnCloud - DreamHost

How can I export a list of my RSS feeds from Google Reader?

A quick way to export your OPML (news feed list) from Google Reader is to go to the following link:
https://www.google.com/reader/subscriptions/export?hl=en
This will download the list in XML format. From there it can be imported into any other decent RSS feed reader.

Source: How can I export a list of my RSS feeds from Google Reader? - Web Applications Stack Exchange

Monday, May 06, 2013