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Example Firefox add-ons created using the WebExtensions API WebExtensions are a way to write browser extensions: that is, programs installed inside a web browser that modify the behavior of the browser or web pages loaded by the browser. WebExtensions are built on a set of cross-browser APIs, so WebExtensions written for Google Chrome, Opera, or Edge will, in most cases, run in Firefox too.
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Bookmarks enable users to collect and organize lists of web pages, so they can easily get back to their favorites. Using the Bookmarks API, your extensions can manipulate bookmarks in much the same way users can. To make use of the Bookmarks API, you need to ask for the "bookmarks" permission in your extension’s manifest.json file: The Bookmarks API lets your extension do the things users can do with bookmarks and includes functions for: To gain an understanding of how to work with the Bookmarks API let’s take a look at the bookmark-it example. This example adds a toolbar icon (browserAction) which, when clicked, adds or removes the current page from bookmarks. If the page is bookmarked (or removed from bookmarks) in some other way, the icon is updated to show the state of the page’s bookmarking.
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On the left is my excellent Preval vFan airbrush that Home Depot gave me to evaluate. You can see the hose has a standard 1/4″ male QD connector installed. On the right is a pressure regulator, with a standard female QD connector on the outlet side, and a scuba-to-NPT adapter on the inlet side. Plug that into an inflator hose on a scuba regulator, and set your output pressure on the inline regulator. A scuba regulator outputs about 140 psi, roughly the same as a compressor, while the airbrush wants 20-40 psi. The flow rate is more than adequate to drive the airbrush, and breathing air is already super-clean, so no filter necessary. A typical scuba tank holds 80-100 cuft at around 3000 psi, and costs well under $10 to refill at the dive shop. The vFan spec is 5 cfm at 20 psi, which works out to over 15 minutes of continual spraying, or several hours under real conditions. This could even drive a bigger spray gun for a useful amount of time, but I don’t think I will ever use it for anything but the airbrush, since Home Depot also gave me a nice compressor. It’s like Christmas every month.
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This project is totally inspired from Aaron Magnin's Fusion 360 Tutorial in Autodesk Youtube Channel. I took a screenshot of the completed model and completed the model according to what I have learned from the tutorial. It was totally fun and a good example to show the power and simplicity of Fusion 360. I hope it will be useful to anyone interested as well. I watched this video and I fully enjoyed the lesson.
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How to design a duct system. In this video we'll be learning how to size and design a ductwork for efficiency. Includes a full worked example as well as using CFD simulations to optimise the performance and efficiency. Discover more than 50 free on-demand webinars on different topics, from ventilation or data center design and wind load analysis to aerospace, F1, and sports aerodynamics here.
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UTF-8 is an ASCII-preserving encoding method for Unicode (ISO 10646), the Universal Character Set (UCS). The UCS encodes most of the world's writing systems in a single character set, allowing you to mix languages and scripts within a document without needing any tricks for switching character sets. This web page is encoded directly in UTF-8. This, however, is a Web page, which started out as a kind of stress test for UTF-8 support in Web browsers, which was spotty when this page was first created in the 1990s but which has become standard in all modern browsers. The problem now is mainly the fonts and the browser's (or font's) support for the nonzero Unicode planes (as in, e.g., the Braille
and Gothic examples below). And to some extent the rendition of combining sequences, right-to-left rendition (Arabic,
Hebrew), and so on. The subtitle above shows currency symbols of many lands. If they don't appear as blobs, we're off to a good start!
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All of the system examples below are complete pure electric solutions meaning they contain everything needed for a fully functioning electric propulsion system. VAT, shipping, installation, generators & solar panels are not included in the system pricing. The system prices include: motor(s), lithium batteries, propeller(s), charger(s), system monitoring, standard warranty & system certification. Liquid cooling is included in all systems above 10kW.
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The library comes with code samples for each operation of the API section. To get started with the library, follow the steps on this page. Source distribution of the library. All sources, including code samples that demonstrate the use of the library, are located under this directory. For information about the latest updates to the client libraries for the Merchant Fulfillment API section, see "Client library updates" in the Merchant Fulfillment API section reference.
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This is the repo for the book Text Mining with R: A Tidy Approach, by Julia Silge and David Robinson. Please note that this work is written under a Contributor Code of Conduct and released under a CC-BY-NC-SA license. By participating in this project (for example, by submitting a pull request with suggestions or edits) you agree to abide by its terms.
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In the last few years Robot integrator T&D in collaboration with a leading supplier of natural stone, Marmi e Graniti d'Italia (MGI), has applied its technology and innovation for applications in the stone industry. One of the latest frontiers in the field is definitely the interaction between ABB robots and natural stone. Using the creation of a replica of artist Amedeo Modigliani's infamous "HEAD" sculpture in white granite, T&D explored the application of a robotic milling system to evaluate whether industrial robots are capable of the demands and challenges that processing stone requires. The results of the experiment surpassed all expectations offering a quality of cut comparable to CNC machinery. The possibility of perfecting the approach, integrating milling and polishing, is currently being explored in collaboration with ABB integrator T&D Robotics.
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What does owning a canal boat cost? Every owner is different, they cruise for longer or shorter periods, moor in different areas of the country under many different conditions, some in purpose built marinas others alongside a farmers field with no facilities. The actual cost will therefore vary with the circumstances; however, the following will give a guide to the new boater. The example given is for a 55ft boat, originally built to provide a reasonably high standard of comfort including a diesel generator. It has a reasonably high usage of about 100 days per year and is maintained to a reasonably high standard without being excessive.
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SAILBOATDATA.COM is a database that contains information on nearly 8000 production and semi-production sailboats dating back to 1900. Boats are generally listed using their class designation rather than the manufacturer or builder name. For example a BENETEAU FIRST 456 will be listed as FIRST 456 (BENETEAU) One could also go to the BUILDERS section and search BENETEAU. All the boats built by BENETEAU should be listed within that title. Search results default to alphabetical, 25 per page. Use SORT BY: to switch your results to sort by year built or LOA.
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IP Geolocation and reverse IP geocoding technology on the web are about detecting requests coming from your visitors and locating them in the world, down to the city they are in, based on their IP address. geoPlugin is the easiest way for you to geolocate your visitors, allowing you to provide geolocalised content more relevant to their geographical location. Simple examples are redirecting visitors to language-specific pages, providing your product prices in your visitor's local currency, knowing whether European GDPR privacy rules apply, and much more. We have been providing stable, reliable, fast and free IP geolocation coming from many millions of visitors for our many thousands of clients worldwide since 2006 (and our website hasn't changed in design since!).
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Modern construction, smart design, and practical engineering keep the new MJM 50z at the top of her game, and ready to make her owners very happy. Commercially driven industrial design often breeds a certain level of ennui, because the results frequently look remarkably similar. We can’t blame the designers or the manufacturers. They merely have responded to the public’s whims and fancies, which can make or break any new product. The MJM 50z, on the other hand, has a distinctive personality, derived in equal measure from CEO Bob Johnstone’s knowledge of which features mean the most to the owners—ease of use, comfort, and pride of ownership—and Doug Zurn’s artful rendering of those features.
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The world’s first watch equipped with a mechanism for thermal power generation. The thermal power elements generate electricity from the temperature difference between the body and atmosphere and store it as energy in a secondary battery. A full charge keeps the watch running for about 10 months. The Thermic generates electric power via the Seebeck effect, a phenomenon produced when heat transfers from the back of the case to the case surface. To improve energy efficiency further, a power-saving mechanism stops the second hand whenever the watch is removed from the wrist.
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Let's look at a common task that a developer does in their day-to-day job. A database table is to be modified for its data and/or structure. Before making any changes, the first thing that is always wise to do is to back up the database table. The easy way to accomplish this is to write a piece of SQL script like below. The scenario is we're going to make some changes to Products table, so here we go. Copy and paste the following SQL to your SQLyog free Community Edition query window. Note that the SQL needs to end with semi-colon if you have multiple queries in the query window. Most of the queries in the tutorials need Northwind MySQL database, you can download the database script on this page.
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Most web applications are changed and adapted quite frequently and quickly. Their environment, for example the size and the behaviour of the user base, are constantly changing. What was sufficient yesterday can be insufficient today. Especially in a web environment it is important to monitor and continuously improve the internal quality not only when developing, but also when maintaining the software. Many of the plugins referenced (right) can be used to integrate with PHP projects, but may first need to be configured the create appropriately formatted files when working with PHP projects.
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Free yourself from the chains of jQuery by embracing and understanding the modern Web API and discovering various directed libraries to help you fill in the gaps. In this fifth installment of “You Don’t Need jQuery (anymore)”, I’m going to talk about dealing with events in the browser without jQuery. As always, each section will cover the jQuery approach, followed by a solution using the native Web API instead. After reading this post on events, you should be confident enough to deal with events in your own project without using jQuery. As I’ve mentioned (many times) before, this blog is not about bad-mouthing jQuery. jQuery is, without a doubt, ubiquitous in the world of web development. In the earlier days of web development, jQuery was required to smooth out the significant implementation differences and bugs found in various browsers when dealing with the DOM and the Web API as a whole. Also, the Web API was quite primitive at the time, in some respects, and jQuery helped to make development a bit more intuitive.
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On this blog, I have several code examples with a grey background like this: some fancy code. All the code examples are contained within <span> tags. But what if a span tag contains a word – say, a path to a file on a Linux server – that is longer than the width of the paragraph (the line width)? How can you force the text inside the span to word wrap? There’s a simple, very useful CSS trick you can use for this: word-wrap: break-word;.
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Part of the developer's life, is to strive for simplicity in every aspect of their work. When searching for solutions to common problems, you have the choice to lock yourself into all kinds of third party services and API's, or take the opportunity and develop the functionality yourself. In this week's tutorial, we are making a simple link sharing app. This app will give you the ability to instantly share any web page, with a single click of a bookmarklet in your bookmarks bar, and display it in a widget on your site. Note: This tutorial is quite old and doesn't work in PHP7 and above. We are keeping it online only as a reference.
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Twitter is a popular social network where users can share short SMS-like messages called tweets. Users share thoughts, links and pictures on Twitter, journalists comment on live events, companies promote products and engage with customers. The list of different ways to use Twitter could be really long, and with 500 millions of tweets per day, there’s a lot of data to analyse and to play with. This is the first in a series of articles dedicated to mining data on Twitter using Python. In this first part, we’ll see different options to collect data from Twitter. Once we have built a data set, in the next episodes we’ll discuss some interesting data applications. Update July 2016: my new book on data mining for Social Media is out! Part of the content in this tutorial has been improved and expanded as part of the book, so please have a look. Chapter 2 about mining Twitter is available as a free sample from the publisher’s web site, and the companion code with many more examples is available on my GitHub