I’ve been working on a simple Weather application using HTML5-based technologies. I completed the first version recently. The source is available at Github.
A few days ago, I created my first jQuery plugin! It’s a simple tooltip plugin.
I did quite some research on the best practices of plugin development. The source is at github.com/rishabhsrao/jQuery-beeTooltip-plugin/blob/master/bin/development/jquery.beeTooltip-0.1.2.js.
It’s documented at rishabhsrao.github.com/jQuery-beeTooltip-plugin/app.
Hello from Octopress! This is my first Octopress blog post.
I wonder if I can import my Wordpress.com blog here! That’ll be great!
It all began at 8am at the Indian Institute of Science with all the developers arriving at the venue. You could see some people calling their friends/colleagues and asking the “Where are you?” question. You could see some people going through the agenda and discussing with their friends about which sessions to attend. You could see some familiar faces of people you’ve seen at other conferences.
Mounting an ISO image as a drive is simple:
mkdir <strong><path-to-where-you-want-to-mount></strong> sudo mount -o loop <strong><your-image.iso></strong> <strong><path-to-where-you-want-to-mount></strong>
That’s it! Your ISO image will now be mounted and available at the above path.
I was creating an event page for Youth For Seva’s Annual Day ‘12 at http://rishabhsrao.github.com/yfs-ad-2012/publish/index.html and ran into a problem with Facebook’s OpenGraph’s og:image:url meta tag. It appears that it can’t take relative URLs. Bummer! Others have also asked about it here and here. It has to be absolute. I’m gonna try giving a relative URL for now - no choice. Hope it gets implemented in the future.
P.S.: Facebook Like Linter Tool said:
Object Invalid Value: Object at URL ‘http://rishabhsrao.github.com/yfs-ad-2012/publish/index.html’ of type ‘profile’ is invalid because the given value ‘img/yfs-logo-only-120.png’ for property ‘og:image:url’ could not be parsed as type ‘url’.
Navigate to your user directory in Windows:
and delete all the four files:
Now restart Crunch and happy crunching!
Here’s a small Sublime Text 2 snippet for creating a new RequireJS module: