Tag: plugin

More FlaskBB development

The train keeps rolling. I've been busying myself with more FlaskBB development lately. I took the Docker image and expanded it into a docker-compose example. I've also built a plugin for managing email and RSS notifications and another for adding a dice-rolling macro to the forum. The dicebot plugin is …

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FlaskBB development

Lately, I've been getting involved with some Python-based forum software, FlaskBB. I had been running phpBB for one of my web games' forums, and it became overrun with bots. Given my attraction to Python over the last few years, I began searching for a new solution written in Python. FlaskBB …

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jQuery visibility pseudo-selectors

To help me with a project at work, I've written two jQuery pseudo-selectors which will help determine if an element is currently in the viewport or if it has been reached during scroll. This can be incredibly powerful if you're looking to only display certain items (like a "back to …

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My text editor configuration

I've been a Vim (and gVim) user for several years now, so naturally, I've amassed a byzantine maze of configuration settings and blessed plugins. This evening, I decided to publicize my configuration. Check it out!

There are many neat features like autocompletion, highlighting the 80th column, a tag bar, quick …

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scrollFollow: An auto-scrolling extender for knockout.js

With the following knockout.js extender, you can tie an observable array to a scrollable HTML element. When the array is updated, the element will keep scrolling to the bottom. It's smart enough to realize if the user has scrolled up, as well, and will not interrupt them. I've found …

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Add "desktop version" and "mark all as read" links to Tiny Tiny RSS mobile plugin

I installed Tiny Tiny RSS on a server of mine, and after tinkering around with it for a little while, I turned on the built-in mobile plugin. It's a wonderful little thing; it uses the iUI library to present a slick, single page application; it strips images out of the …

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rexCrawler and HelpfulHighlighter are now open source

After having dipped my toe in the water of open source with some Arachni module changes and the development of a simple WordPress plugin, I've finally taken the plunge; two of my personal projects are now completely open source, and hosted on github. Much of the code is stale—and …

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What's My Status v1.2 released

My WordPress microblog feed widget recently went through another update. This time around, I've added the ability to filter out replies and re-posts ("retweets" in Twitter lingo, "redents" in identi.ca speak) from your activity feed. Pick up the new version from the WordPress plugins site.

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What's My Status? v1.1 released

My microblogging feed widget for WordPress, What's My Status?, has been updated. The plugin now uses curl for its main retrieval mechanism, with standard URL fopen as the fallback. Additionally, the Reset cache command has been fixed. You can grab the plugin for yourself over at the wordpress.org site …

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jQuery.imgradio Plugin v1.0 released

The default HTML radio buttons and check boxes aren't the most aesthetically pleasing things in the world of web design. With this in mind, I have created a jQuery plugin that will replace those pesky <input /> elements with <span /> elements for your CSS styling pleasure. Under the hood, the original …

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