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Appnovation Technologies: Simple Website Approach Using a Headless CMS: Part 1

drupal.org aggregator - Wed, 02/06/2019 - 03:00
Simple Website Approach Using a Headless CMS: Part 1 I strongly believe that the path for innovation requires a mix of experimentation, sweat, and failure. Without experimenting with new solutions, new technologies, new tools, we are limiting our ability to improve, arresting our potential to be better, to be faster, and sadly ensuring that we stay rooted in systems, processes and...
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Fluctus 4.1.2 - Audio file editor for the most basic audio engineering needs.

MacUpdate - Mac OS X - 2 min 56 sec ago

Fluctus is the audio editor for both the newcomer and the expert. We strived to create a clean user interface without loss of functionality and customisation. Fluctus includes a unique processing engine, that we call cDSP. By designing our own audio engine, we added power and flexibility with extraordinary efficiency.

  • Editing and recording via rectangular blocks called Regions
  • Easy-to-use marker system
  • 3rd-party Audio-Unit plugins support (real-time)
  • Integrated processing and metering tools (real-time)
  • Master automation layer
  • 64-bit audio processing
  • Easy project navigation
  • Changeable interface color schemes

All editing and recording is done via rearrangeable rectangular blocks called Regions. Regions represent audio files imported or recorded and you can have as many audio regions as you need in a single project.

  • Fully editable (including lock, split, resize, reverse, and much more)
  • Drawable waveform (sample by sample editing)
  • Full control with per-region inspectors
  • Individual fade-in and out (4 optional shapes)
  • Individual mute, phase reverse, pan, and gain controls

Version 4.1.2:

Note: The downloadable demo is version 4.1.2; the version available for purchase on the Mac App Store is version 4.0.2.

  • Release notes were unavailable when this listing was updated.

  • OS X 10.11.6 or later

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Weekly "anything goes" thread!

Developing Android Apps - 5 min 5 sec ago

Here's your chance to talk about whatever!

Although if you're thinking about getting feedback on an app, you should wait until tomorrow's App Feedback thread.

Remember that while you can talk about any topic, being a jerk is still not allowed.

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Categories: Android, Linux

HEIC Converter 1.3.0 - Convert HEIC images to JPEG or PNG.

MacUpdate - Mac OS X - 8 min 8 sec ago

HEIC Converter allows you to convert the new HEIC image format to JPEG or PNG.

  • Convert to either JPEG or PNG
  • Converts 100 images in 6 seconds
  • Preserves image metadata

Version 1.3.0:
  • Support for dark mode

  • macOS 10.13 or later

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Am I Getting Fucked Friday, September 21st 2018

Sysadmin - 9 min 3 sec ago

Brought to you by the /r/sysadmin 'Trusted VARs': /u/SquizzOC and /u/bad0seed with Trusted Telecom Broker /u/Each1Teach1x27 for Telecom. This weekly thread is here for you to discuss pricing and quotes on hardware and services or ask software questions. Last Post: September 14th.

All questions welcome, keep in mind that there are of course more pieces to this IT puzzle we can dig out of the box

  1. Cloud Options (Hybrid, Azure, AWS, security and storage integrations and migrations…)
  2. Server configs and quote answers
  3. Storage Vendor options, details and selection
  4. Network hardware from routers, switches, load balancing, Aps…
  5. Security - firewalls, 2FA, cloud DNS, layer 7 services, antivirus, email, DLP….
  6. Client-side: Is it a really big quantity? User equipment doesn't have major negotiations without big numbers
  7. Bandwidth - Internet, MPLS, dark fiber, carrier SD-WAN
  8. Voice- SIP, Hosted VoIP, PRI etc.

Required Info for accurate answers:

  • Manufacturer
  • Part Number
  • Quantity
  • Service Type and Location

As always, PMs welcome with your questions any time, not just Fridays.

Warning: This thread is neither vetted, nor approved by the reddit administration or /r/sysadmin moderation team. All interaction is explicitly at your own risk.

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Junior year Comp Sci switch - How do I Catch Up?

I was going to tech and transferred into computer science at my state's University after my sophomore year.

I'm currently a first semester senior and I've been accepted into my Uni's accelerated masters program. I'm in my first data structures and algorithms class and it's a bit disheartening when a lot of my peers seem so knowledgeable compared to me...

I strive to do a software engineering internship at a large company this coming summer but I feel like I my programming skills are lacking and I don't have any full-stack projects under my belt.

With so much knowledge out there it's very overwhelming finding a place to start. I just really want to improve my skills as a programmer, get a good project to put on my GitHub+Resume & earn a summer software engineering internship at a nice company

Oh, and not feel like a failure - Kind people of Reddit I call upon you!

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AddressBook Aid2 3.1 - Edit Contacts' address book database.

MacUpdate - Mac OS X - 13 min 19 sec ago

AddressBook Aid2 is an application for editing contacts on your Mac. This is a redesigned version of AddressBookAid with using Contacts.framework which was introduced in OS X 10.11. In addition to the change, code refactoring and optimization have been made. Also the "Replace All" function in Find-and-Replace has been implemented. The contacts on your Mac are shown much like a spreadsheet. The date is separated in one column, and you can add/edit each value in the cell, sort the data in the column. You can find a value and replace all of them at once. And you can compare any two contacts in the special panel. AddressBook Aid2 is specialized in editing the contacts.

Version 3.1:
  • Changed the design of the contact info view when the edit mode is off

  • OS X 10.11 or later

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Open-source and Wallet security: let’s make it clear

Open Source on Reddit - 14 min 10 sec ago

Shall we discuss the connection between an e-wallet being open-source and being secure? Here's an article where we tried to express our position on the topic. It may seem way too basic for many of you, but it may also be a good beginning of an interesting discussion.

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Buying my first laptop for school, Help with specs please.

Learn Programming - 16 min 50 sec ago

Hi, In October i begin 1 year intensive programming course in which i will learn C#/JS/CSS/ASP.NET/SQL.

I don't have a lot of money so i'm buying used laptop from my friend and here are the specs:

Dell Inspiron 5567, Intel i7-7500u, 8GB ram, 512GB SSD, AMD Radeon r7 m445 with 4gb memory card.

He want 700$ for it.

Is the laptop good for programming code? Did he gave me a good price?


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C# - Have for each loops been optimized?

Learn Programming - 17 min 9 sec ago

My rule of thumb has always been: use for each loops for readability when performance is not an issue, use for loops when performance is an issue.

However, some time ago I started using for each loops for everything since someone told me (with an explanation) that for each loops had been optimized.

Now, I forgot that explanation and when searching for it online, I couldn't find anything.

Was it just BS?

After digging into for each loops and understanding its enumerator implementation, I don't see how it might have been optimized.

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Equipment/expense for starting a podcast

Hi all. I'm interested in starting a podcast, but I don't know what equipment/expenses I should use.

I just bought a new MacBook Pro a few days ago, so I'd like to have software and devices that work for a Mac. I'm on a somewhat of a budget, willing to spend up to $100.00 per item. Also if I don't necessarily need an item immediately, I'll purchase it later down the line.

I'm also aware I need to have a site to host the podcast. Ideally I'd like to put it on Spotify/iTunes, but I'm not sure how.

The podcast will be a discussion of political podcast, where I will be the only one talking, similar to Serial, the Ben Shapiro Show, etc...

Any and all help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!

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Email archiving service

Sysadmin - 20 min 39 sec ago

Hi r/sysadmin,

My company (150-200 employees) is moving from on-prem O365. I'm looking for a solution for end-users to access archived email, and have an admin search for legal reasons. I'm looking for an alternative to Mimecast, as they charge export fees that are too expensive.

Any help would be really really appreciated!

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Adobe forks out $4.75bn for Marketo in massive marketing mashup move

The Register - 21 min 55 sec ago
Deal puts pressure on competitors

Adobe has forked out $4.75bn for cloudy software-as-a-service biz Marketo, in one of the largest marketing tech buys to date.…

Spotify taps DJ Semtex for hip-hop culture podcast

Engadget - 26 min 14 sec ago
Following in the footsteps of Zane Lowe and Ryan Newman, hip-hop aficionado DJ Semtex is the latest BBC Radio veteran to jump ship to a music streaming service. He'll be handling co-presenting duties alongside RCA's Parris O'Loughlin-Hoste on season...