Print jobs blocking other print jobs from printing because the print job stays in the print queue after printing.
The latest threat to computers is the Zombieload vulnerability.
So many of the known threats to computer devices are because of how the software or hardware was created. The exploits and vulnerabilities we discover are flaws in how the system or code was constructed. Is it possible that we just didn’t have the tools we needed to test for security flaws?
The original concept was for the system to display a number of images on a tabbed-page HTML layout. Each tab/page of images needed to be centered and allow a user to touch a thumbnail to bring up larger rendering of that image.
Code project for map interface using jQuery attribute replace routine and a pan and zoom library for some large maps on window shades.
The news buzz about the latest, large scale, cyber-attack generates more questions than answers. According to the latest reports on the attack at Target, and other retailers, the attack originated from a teenage hacker in Russia.
I decided to write a small program using jQuery/CSS. This is similar to my other programs, in that js plays a major part in the structure.
Ember.js offers a good framework for JSON and JQuery in a fairly slick MVC with a good VIEWS API binding that will eliminate a lot of the grunt work of building JS applications.
This is a script that will find duplicate page elements and return the index of where those elements are
It is with great trepidation that one will venture to use Java in a browser environment. Currently little to no comforting actions are coming from Oracle and to make matters worse the effort put forth by the software giant so far leaves one in the dark concerning security improvements.
"The problem can allow an untrusted Java applet to escalate its privileges, without requiring code signing. Oracle Java 7 update 10 and earlier are affected, US-CERT said.
Browscap.ini is a data file that holds the information on all mobile devices out there and their capabilities. It is a standard for detecting mobile devices so web content can be tailored to their unique displays and functions.
Solving the polyglot dilemma is not going to be with changing resources it is going to be with complimenting your existing resources.
The folks over at Google have hit another winner.If you have'nt been introduced to Google's Closure Compiler you missing out on a great tool.To put it in Google's own words:
When troubleshooting code I try to follow a set path in order to quickly isolate the issue. The problem is that I’m just as guilty as others at trying to shortcut the process. One major trap I fall into is the time consuming ‘wandering’ into certain parts of the code and encountering a road block by not staying on the original path. In doing this I often end up chasing problems that are caused by other problems that need to be addressed first. With that being said I have developed a good instinct for finding problem code.