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Archive for the ‘JavaScript’ Category

ongoing by Tim Bray · Fat JSON

Posted by Jeroen Pluimers on 2014/05/06

Plan C: JWalk. No, not jaywalk.

Trimming JSON results from Java: ongoing by Tim Bray · Fat JSON.

–jeroen

Posted in Development, Java, JavaScript, JSON, Software Development, Web Development | Leave a Comment »

ADAP Open Source REST API Layer For LDAP | Dr Dobb’s

Posted by Jeroen Pluimers on 2014/05/06

Interesting, as this opens LDAP server to a lot more tools and development environments: ADAP Open Source REST API Layer For LDAP | Dr Dobb’s.

–jeroen

Posted in Communications Development, Development, HTTP, Internet protocol suite, JavaScript, JSON, LDAP, Power User, REST, Security, Software Development, TCP, Web Development | Leave a Comment »

Fiddler2 to the max: inserting proxy authentication to use DropBox (or other app) behind a corporate firewall

Posted by Jeroen Pluimers on 2014/04/16


A while ago, I was working with a not so cooperative corporate firewall. All web browsers would work fine, but most other applications would not go through the proxy in a nice way.

For instance, DropBox would show the dreadfull “Connection Error” dialog shown on the right.

That dialog basically means “Dropbox has no clue what happens, try fiddling with your proxy or account settings, then press Reconnect Now” to retry.

Many other applications had issues (for instance Visual Studio connecting to Team Foundation System was very unreliable and the workarounds clumsy).

CNTLM: not the solution

I got inspired by the I code and code: Tutorial: How to use Dropbox behind a corporate proxy server using CNTLM, even though I was pretty sure the corporate firewall was not NTLM based.

And indeed, CNTLM -v -M http://google.com -c CNTLM.INI would give errors like this:

cntlm: Proxy returning invalid challenge!
headers_send: fd 4 warning -999 (connection closed)
Connection closed

HTTP Fiddler: looks promising

So I fired up my old buddy Fiddler 2 HTTP debugging proxy.

Further on, you will learn that Fiddler2 is much more, but right now it is enough to know that it basically sits as a local proxy between your applications and the outside world. Read the rest of this entry »

Posted in .NET, .NET 2.0, .NET 3.0, .NET 3.5, .NET 4.0, .NET 4.5, Development, DropBox, JavaScript, JavaScript/ECMAScript, Power User, Scripting, SocialMedia, Software Development, Windows, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows Server 2000, Windows Server 2003, Windows Server 2003 R2, Windows Server 2008, Windows Server 2008 R2, Windows Vista, Windows XP | Leave a Comment »

Sample: Cast Media Player for Streaming with DRM (via: Shawn Shen – Google+)

Posted by Jeroen Pluimers on 2014/04/01

Sample: Cast Media Player for Streaming with DRM

https://github.com/googlecast/CastMediaPlayerStreamingDRM

Flow Diagrams for Senders and Receivers

To help you decide which Google Cast options are right for your app, we have updated the Google Cast SDK documentation with two flow diagrams:

 

via Leon Nicholls – Google+ – Flow Diagrams for Senders and Receivers To help you decide….

via Shawn Shen – Google+ – * Sample: Cast Media Player for Streaming with DRM* ….

Posted in Chromecast, Development, Google, HTML, HTML5, JavaScript, JavaScript/ECMAScript, Power User, Scripting, Software Development, Web Development | Leave a Comment »

EU Cookie Regulations vs. Google+ plugins (via: Gerwin Sturem; Google Drive)

Posted by Jeroen Pluimers on 2014/03/31

Interesting article by Gerwin Sturm on EU Cookie Regulations vs. Google+ plugins.

It’s not just that the directive causes this nagging because “of course we can’t remember that users haven’t given us consent for storing cookies, because that would require storing a cookie, so the consent banner will always appear until the user has actually given consent.”

Some other valuable tips are in this article as well. Now go read it (:

–jeroen

Posted in Development, HTML, HTML5, JavaScript, Software Development, Web Development | Leave a Comment »

 
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