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Tag Archives: Ubuntu
I have settled on learning Neo4j and how to use .NET to interact with it. When I opened MonoDevelop on my Ubuntu machine and setup an MVC project, there were a few adjustments I needed to make. First you’ll notice that you can install package updates. Have a go at that by right clicking Packages […]
Long gone are the days when we had to manually search for, download, unpack, and figure out installation directories for our front-end frameworks, libraries, and assets.
The advantage to using Bower is that you do not have to bundle external dependencies with your project when you distribute it. Bower will take care of the third-party code when you run
bower install and get those dependencies to the right locations. It also makes the final project package smaller for distribution.
Android SDK/ADT is a platform for android OS which helps you to develop applications for Android devices. The Android SDK is a software development kit which provides API libraries and necessary developer toolsnecessary for building Android application’s. Android SDK is officially provided by android developers.
[DISCLAIMER: This post deals with adding support for TinyOS to work with the AdvanticSys’s XM1000 Motes. You should have git installed on your Linux machine A post on setting up a working TinyOS environment will follow soon] With those unfamiliar with WSN and TinyOS, I would like to redirect you to Laksh Bhatia’s blog. So […]
How-To Install the last version of Node.js in Ubuntu