Reviews

A review of some current state-of-the-art digital TV tuner cards, focusing on how well they support digital television in Linux. alolita sharma My ten-year-old TV set gave out recently. Being a Linux geek, I use a variety of open-source distributions on my notebook and desktop. So, the demise of my TV was a great opportunity to see if I could watch television on Linux instead of getting another TV set. It's just in time too, because over-the-air television broadcasts in the US will convert to...

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Requiring Resources

In Dojo parlance, a dojo.require statement generally fetches an entire module or a resource that is part of a module, and a module is just a JavaScript file arranged according to a particular convention. For example, if you were to download a source distribution of Dojo and browse the contents of the dojo io folder, you'd see that an iframe.js file and a script.js file are present. The first statement in each of these files is and respectively. In this case, you'd say that the dojo.io module...

Systems

We use our stuff, visit our TS-7200 powered website at How to Use Quanta Plus, the Web Developer Tool with Everything but the Kitchen Sink Web developers spend lifetimes looking for the perfect Web development tool. This article is a step-by-step tutorial on how to use Quanta Plus, the open-source app that thinks it's the one. Andrew min Many Web developers spend their entire coding career looking for the perfect Web development tool. Many Windows and OS X users have found it in Adobe's...