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Sean Hardy

Getting Started with Firefox extension - Diigo help - 2 views

  •  Feature Highlight: Highlights Diigo saves the day with "highlights". Highlights let you select the important snippets on a page and store them in your library with the page's bookmark. Let's try it. Just open a page, maybe one of your old-school bookmarks or one of your new cat bookmarks, and find the information on that page you actually care about. Select that important text. Got it? Okay, now put your hemet on, 'cause this might blow your mind! Click the highlight icon on the Diigo toolbar. It's the one with the "T" on a page with a yellow highlighter. You will notice that the selected text gets a yellow background. This means that the text has been saved in your library, and as long as you have the Diigo add-on the text will be highlighted on the page! How's that for easy?   Now you've highlighted the text. It will appear in your library within the bookmark for the page it is on. Go to your library and you can see how it works. If you're not sure how to get to your library, just click the second icon on the toolbar (Diigo icon to the left of the search bar) and then select "My Library »".
  • Sticky Notes on the Web What? I can put a sticky note on a web page? How? Oh, that's right! Diigo. Just right-click anywhere on the page and choose to "add a floating sticky note". Type up your note and choose "Post", then move the note anywhere on the page. You have to type a note first, before you move it where you want, otherwise there's nothing to move!
  •  Feature Highlight: Highlights Diigo saves the day with "highlights". Highlights let you select the important snippets on a page and store them in your library with the page's bookmark. Let's try it. Just open a page, maybe one of your old-school bookmarks or one of your new cat bookmarks, and find the information on that page you actually care about. Select that important text. Got it? Okay, now put your helmet on, 'cause this might blow your mind! Click the highlight icon on the Diigo toolbar. It's the one with the "T" on a page with a yellow highlighter. You will notice that the selected text gets a yellow background. This means that the text has been saved in your library, and as long as you have the Diigo add-on the text will be highlighted on the page! How's that for easy?   Now you've highlighted the text. It will appear in your library within the bookmark for the page it is on. Go to your library and you can see how it works. If you're not sure how to get to your library, just click the second icon on the toolbar (Diigo icon to the left of the search bar) and then select "My Library »".
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  • Sticky Notes on the Web What? I can put a sticky note on a web page? How? Oh, that's right! Diigo. Just right-click anywhere on the page and choose to "add a floating sticky note". Type up your note and choose "Post", then move the note anywhere on the page. You have to type a note first, before you move it where you want, otherwise there's nothing to move!
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Getting Started with Chrome extension - Diigo help - 0 views

  • Use the “Save” option to bookmark a page. Bookmarking saves a link to the page in your online Diigo library, allowing you to easily access it later.
  • Highlighting can also be accomplished from the context pop-up. After the Chrome extension is installed, whenever you select text on a webpage, the context pop-up will appear, allowing you to accomplish text-related annotation. Highlight Pop-up Menu – After you highlight some text, position your mouse cursor over it and the highlight pop-up menu will appear. The highlight pop-up menu allows you to add notes to, share, or delete the highlight.
  • Sticky Note Click the middle icon on the annotation toolbar to add a sticky note to the page. With a sticky note, you can write your thoughts anywhere on a web page.
Joel Bennett

Online syntax highlighting for Javascript, Powershell, Python, Ruby and more - 1 views

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    An online code syntax highlighter that generates HTML source code and stylesheets for pasting into blogs (or whatever)
Joel Bennett

ColorCode - Syntax Highlighting/Colorization for .NET - Release: ColorCode 1.0 - 0 views

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    ColorCode is the syntax highlighting code which supports CodePlex
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    ColorCode is the syntax highlighting code which supports CodePlex -- will someone PLEASE write a PowerShell language for it and donate it to them?
Joel Bennett

Actipro CodeHighlighter for ASP.NET - 0 views

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    Freeware Code Syntax-Highlighter ASP.NET Web Control
Joel Bennett

Syntax Highlighter - Wilco Bauwer - Toolbox - 0 views

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    An extensible syntax highlighter for .net which includes an Asp.Net server control
Joel Bennett

Highlight : code & syntax highlighting : by André Simon - 0 views

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    Convert source code to syntax-highlighted XHTML, RTF, LaTeX, etc.
Joel Bennett

EditArea - the code editor in a textarea - 0 views

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    This editor is designed to edit souce code files in a textarea. The main goal is to allow text formatting, search and replace and real-time syntax highlighting ...
Joel Bennett

JSEnhancements - 2 views

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    This extension provides outlining and matching braces highlighting features for Visual Studio JavaScript editor.
Joel Bennett

Application Development Trends - Sun Provides Early Access to NetBeans Ruby Pack - 0 views

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    The new NetBeans Ruby plugin sounds relly impressive: "features that go beyond basic editing, syntax highlighting, navigation outline, project support and unit test execution" to include extensive code completion, integrated documentation tooltips and even semantic analysis and highlighting!
Joel Bennett

Sync Framework Samples - 0 views

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    There's a contact synchronization sample highlighted here which includes synchronizing contacts between Outlook, Vista Contacts and VCard files. Not only do I need this app ... it really shows off the concept of data mapping between disparate data sources.
Joel Bennett

SlickEdit Gadgets for Microsoft Visual Studio | slickedit-gadgets | products - 0 views

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    * Line ruler - Places a "ruler" highlight across your current line * Indentation guide - Draws a vertical bar in the editor indicating the indentation level of the current line. * Auto-copy selection - Copy text to the clipboard when selected with the mouse (and paste on middle-click) Plus Command Spy, File Explorer, Data Object Analyzer, and SLOC Report
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ActiveState Code - 6 views

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    ActiveState Code is a site for learning from and sharing code recipes - with a focus on dynamic languages and languages used for web development. The recipes you'll find here highlight programming best practices and can be used directly in day-to-day tasks, as a source of ideas, or as a way to learn more about languages or libraries. We invite you to contribute code, comments, and ratings for recipes. The recipes are freely available for review and use.
Fabien Cadet

Solr : Open source search platform from Apacle Lucene - 2 views

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    « Solr is the popular, blazing fast open source enterprise search platform from the Apache Lucene project. Its major features include powerful full-text search, hit highlighting, faceted search, dynamic clustering, database integration, rich document (e.g., Word, PDF) handling, and geospatial search. Solr is highly scalable, providing distributed search and index replication, [...] »
Fabien Cadet

FireQuery : Firebug extension for jQuery development - 1 views

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    Features : * jQuery expressions are intelligently presented in Firebug Console and DOM inspector * attached jQuery datas are first class citizens * elements in jQuery collections are highlighted on hover * jQuerify: enables you to inject jQuery into any web page
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    Nice. But they are not supporting firebug 1.4+ version yet. You have to install the previous version to use FireQuery and that's irritating for now.
Fabien Cadet

book: Exercises in programming styles, by Chritina Videira Lopes - 10 views

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    "In the 1940s, the French writer Raymond Queneau wrote a jewel of a book called Exercises in Style, featuring 99 renditions of the exact same story, each written in a different style. The story being fairly trivial and always the same, the book highlights form, rather than content; it illustrates how the decisions we make in telling a story affect the perception of that story. Inspired by Queneau, I decided to embark on the project of writing the exact same computational task in as many styles as I have come across over the years. Exercises in Programming Style (#EPSBook) features 33 renditions of a simple computational task -- counting the frequency of words in a given file. All renditions are written in Python. This book is a companion text for code that is publicly available in Github. Software developers with many years of experience may enjoy revisiting familiar programming styles in the broad context of this book and learning about styles that may not be part of their normal repertoire. This book can be used as a textbook for advanced programming courses in Computer Science and Software Engineering programs. Additional teaching materials, such as lecture slides and implementations of each style in other languages, are also available."
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Kingdon Barrett

Radiant CMS: Why Radiant? - 0 views

    • Kingdon Barrett
       
      I was hoping to provide a list of my blog posts from RSS feeds, as well as links to all of the articles that I have commented on with my friends' blogs. I could list all of my friends' blogs and scrape them periodically, but I was hoping for a solution that uses trackbacks, or whatever pingback-style facilities are available on my friends' blogs. Granted this type of support will vary from site to site, but it should be possible to build a complete publishing record automatically, with the standards we have available today. I posted a comment on otierney.net (my friend Tristan is up on all the latest web standards) and I noticed that his blogger is collecting URLs along with emails. I filled in the link to my Radiant CMS on nerdland.org but I'm afraid my blogger is not going to do anything to collect these pingbacks, when they are fired. Can anyone point out an example code segment or project that highlights this type of behavior?
Joel Bennett

xacc.ide - 0 views

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    xacc is an opensource multi-language IDE written in C# ... it handles syntax highlighting etc for everything from Boo and C# to Ruby and Perl, to Caml, F#, Scheme and Lua, and even Yacc, Bison, Lex and Flex ... and PowerShell.

    It has project support for C#/C++, Nemerle and Boo, and Yacc/Flex, NSIS, etc.
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