Monthly Archives: July 2013

Learning Redis is not that difficult

For those programmers who do not like SQL, Redis is a good choice for your applications.Redis is a Key Value storage engine or data structure engine.Redis supports five different data structures: strings, hashes, lists, sets and ordered sets. Each one … Continue reading

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Design Responsive Web Page

Responsive web design is a web design approach aimed at crafting sites to provide an optimal viewing experience—easy reading and navigation with a minimum of resizing, panning, and scrolling—across a wide range of devices (from desktop computer monitors to mobile … Continue reading

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Working with BigBlueButton Github account

As a new developer in Seneca CDOT BigBlueButton project, how to work with project’s github repository is the first issue I have to deal with.The following references might be helpful for those who are not familiar with github: 1: Clone … Continue reading

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Get into LESS

In order to rewrite the current css file of html5-client using LESS template, I spent two days to discover how to use LESS. The followings are some important notes for reference: Variable Variables allow you to specify widely used values … Continue reading

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