The 3rd party Android emulator Genymotion announced the official release of their 2.0 version today. This is a small tutorial on how to install it in Ubuntu.
With every passing day, the state of advertising worsens — specifically in mobile games. Today, one app took it too far. This is my story:
I just bought a Nexus 5 today and wanted to root it. I tried running the following script without success. I kept getting the following error:
I've been working on a new project recently that requires previewing external web pages in an iframe. This feature is not always possible though because websites can prevent themselves from showing in iframes by setting the x-frame-options header. Since there is no way to get around this rule, the only option is to detect whether the website sets this rule and show the user something else. The following snippet shows how to check this header from Node.js using the request module:
I've never written about a new project this early in the development stage, but I thought it would be a good exercise to help me organize all the thoughts in my head. I've been working on a very basic workout logging app called Jaakt and I would like to explain some of the initial process behind the project.
I've been working on a 2D platformer called Platform Pixels for a while now and realized I had not yet written about it.
Here is a simple script to backup a MongoDB remote database and restore it locally.