I learned all my basic computer and programming skills on Commodore computers, like the C64, Amiga 500, and 1200. Twenty-eight years ago, I upgraded my Amiga 1200 with a faster processor (Motorola 68030) and extra memory (4 megabytes). I also added an FPU (Motorola 68882), a realtime clock, and an internal hard disk (120 megabytes), which is still working correctly in 2020 (wow). At that time, this was a fast Amiga.
Saving the planet a little bit and trying out new technology is cool, and in the end, it will save me also some money. When building my house last year, I invested in solar energy. The sun delivers me free electricity during the day, especially around noon, but I use it mostly at the end of the day and at the beginning of the evening. Most of my solar energy goes to the public energy grid, and I need to bay it back in the evening.
Microsoft provides for most Azure services an Service Level Agreements (SLA), where you can find the availability for that services. The availability has a rage from 99.9% to 100% or no range at all (for some free services). “We guarantee that 99.95% of the time, the Azure … Service will successfully receive and respond to …” The SLA describes Microsoft’s commitments for uptime and connectivity. It is also somewhat guaranteed, i.
This post describes how to set up, run, and debug PHP code with Visual Studio Code running on Windows. What do we need? Compared to some other popular programming languages for the Web, PHP is missing some tools, so I created a shopping list to make the experience more complete. Basically what we need is: the PHP runtime itself, a modern code editor with syntax highlighting, a debugger connected to our code editor, and a (development) webserver.
CaveRace is a classic maze-based video game I developed back in 1997 with some other students. Inspired on a game, I played on my Commodore Amiga, called Dyna Blaster (Bomberman). Forest level Winter level Winter level Download You can download the 16-bit MS-DOS version of CaveRace (version 1.2) here. Story On the planed Eldora, there are miners collecting gold and diamonds.
There are many libraries and services to generate PDF files for asp.net core web applications. There are excellent commercial solutions out there, but if you need a free solution, it gets harder. Some libraries are hard to use, or others are limited in functionality. I need a free, easy to use, and quick solution to generate PDF files on an Azure Web App. Can a View retrun a PDF? What I need is a View that returns a PDF and not HTML what it usually does.
When connecting to the UniFi Cloud Key Controller, you need to know the IP-address and port number (default 8443). In my situation, the IP-address is 192.168.1.64 If you do not know your Cloud Key IP-address, use the Ubiquiti Device Discovery Tool. The connection is using https (that’s good), but there is no domain name, so the default SSL certificate triggers a security warning in your web browser because it can’t be verified.
Most websites don’t need a dynamically generated page for every visitor; it is slow, expensive, and requires continuous updates to be secure. A static site is fast and reliable. I hear you thinking; this is old school, most websites are interactive and are using a CMS in some kind to manage their content. Headless CMS The solution for a static website is to make use of a headless CMS, like Hugo or Jekyll.