Configuring various browsers for Selenium web applications tests

Source article: Configuring various browsers for Selenium web applications tests Selenium can test your web applications quite easily (at least the frontend). To perform the tests it launches a webdriver which in most cases will be Firefox. But what about other browsers that may interpret CSS/JS differently, or what about mobile browsers on mobile devices? […]

Catching up

Source article: Catching up For a while now I’ve been pretty embarrassed by this site. Not by the visual design, or the functionality (though some bits have been lost along the way, for reasons that will become obvious in a moment), but by the fact that it was old. As in, over five years old. […]

Catching up

Source article: Catching up For a while now I’ve been pretty embarrassed by this site. Not by the visual design, or the functionality (though some bits have been lost along the way, for reasons that will become obvious in a moment), but by the fact that it was old. As in, over five years old. […]

Catching up

Source article: Catching up For a while now I’ve been pretty embarrassed by this site. Not by the visual design, or the functionality (though some bits have been lost along the way, for reasons that will become obvious in a moment), but by the fact that it was old. As in, over five years old. […]

Django and pip wheel*

Source article: Django and pip wheel* Just a quick heads-up: older Django versions don’t work properly if installed via wheel. It’s fixed in 1.6 but it’s not final yet (right now it’s in beta). Edit: Django 1.5.2 has the fix backported from 1.6. Apparently the older versions of Django list the package data files under […]

Django and pip wheel

Source article: Django and pip wheel Just a quick heads-up: older Django versions don’t work properly if installed via wheel. It’s fixed in 1.6 but it’s not final yet (right now it’s in beta). Edit: Django 1.5.2 has the fix backported from 1.6. Apparently the older versions of Django list the package data files under […]

Django Extensions 1.2.0

Source article: Django Extensions 1.2.0 Django-Extensions version 1.2.0 is out now ! 🙂 ChangeLog: More Python 3 support BACKWARDS COMPATIBILITY: Fixes to the UUID field might break backwards compatibility FEATURE: hook in dumpscript to control execution during run_import FEATURE: add –prof-file option to runprofileserver FEATURE: provide configurable way to obtain Keyczar class FEATURE: IPv6 and […]

Display Instagram and Google+ profile pictures in your website and mobile app

Source article: Display Instagram and Google+ profile pictures in your website and mobile app Many modern web and mobile applications include integral social aspects as parts of their online solution.    Users can sign-in to these services and be identified by their chosen social identity. This is made quite straightforward by leveraging single sign-on services […]