Ever encountered long winded article which makes you feel like you do not want to read?
Enter TLDR; Chrome extension, a browser extension made by Recognant which can summarize any article for you. The extension works well with English language article, but upon my inspection, it can also works well for Malay language article.
A must have extension for those who just want to browse through articles at a glance.
For those who are seeking free web hosting to test their PHP / MySQL application can look into InfinityFree.net service which has interesting offers:
- 99% uptime
- No advertisement
- PHP 7.0
- MySQL 5.6
- Includes FTP account access (rare !!)
- Up to 10 Email Account
- Apache 2.4 with .htaccess
- 400 MySQL database
- User can add their own domain
- Free DNS service (including custom CNAME and MX record)
- Unlimited Disk space and Bandwidth
- Support Cloudflare CDN
- Support SSL Certificate
The main advantages which entice me to InfinityFree are their support for SSL Certificate, 99% uptime guarantees and support for adding own domain name with their own free DNS.
The support for SSL certificate means that you can host Telegram Bot, Google Map web application and web app which utilizes OAuth API!
A rare sight for a completely free web hosting provider.
The only downside for InfinityFree is the free hosting only support up to 50,000 hits on the web server, which is fair by me as the free hosting could provide a good playground for Students and Web App Enthusiast to experiment with their code.
000Webhost.com is offering free PHP and MySQL Hosting to those in need those who are looking to simply to test out their PHP projects to the public (hint: Great for students !)
- Offers free PHP 7.1 hosting, with
- Free MySQL Database hosting (2 database)
- Built-in WordPress application (optional)
- Easy to use File uploader
- 1GB Diskspace
- 10 GB bandwidth
- Supports Cronjob
However the free hosting does come with 1 hour downtime per day as an incentive for the users to upgrade. Nevertheless it is still useful for students and hobbyist to test their website on the internet for free!
Easyrec is an open source recommender engine which can be trained and customized to provide personalized recommendations using REStful Web Service.
Easyrec exposes its functionality through REST API which provides several interaction types:
- other users also viewed
- other users also bought
- items rated good by other users
- recommendations for user
- related items
- action history for user
- most viewed items
- most bought items
- most rated items
- best rated items
- worst rated items
The list of recommendations is returned in XML and JSON notation to be further processed by your web application.
Easyrec API can be accessed from its main website http://easyrec.org/ or could be installed alongside with the web application on your own server. Easyrec require at least Java 1.5 and MySQL server for its functionality.
Download easyrect from: http://easyrec.org/recommendation-engine
Here is a how to on how to solve the dreaded warning “Your connection is encrypted using obsolete cipher suit” from Google Chrome.
Firstly the warning had nothing to do with using cheap or self-signed TLS/SSL security certificate, but it has to do with cipher suite used on the server part.
So if you are a system administrator, you can edit the site config to include a more modern cipher.
Using nginx, add the line containing “ssl_cipers” to the site config.
listen 443 ssl;
ssl_protocols TLSv1.1 TLSv1.2;
sudo service nginx restart
Apache HTTP Server
For those who are using Apache HTTP server, you can edit the VirtualHost file from “/etc/apache2/sites-enable/” directory.
# Intermediate configuration, tweak to your needs
SSLProtocol all -SSLv2 -SSLv3
# OCSP Stapling, only in httpd 2.3.3 and later
# On Apache 2.4+, SSLStaplingCache must be set *outside* of the VirtualHost
# Enable this if your want HSTS (recommended)
# Header add Strict-Transport-Security "max-age=15768000"
You can restart Apache HTTP server by running
sudo service apache2 restart
I’ve compiled an easy to install Ubuntu *.deb package for telegram-cli.
PART 1: List of telegram-cli DEB package binaries
Install *.deb package by running this command (on Ubuntu 14.04 LTS Trusty)
sudo apt-get -y install libjansson4
sudo dpkg -i telegram-cli_1.0.6-1_amd64.deb
Running telegram-cli is as easy as typing
PART 2: Running telegram-cli
For first time login, you may need to key in the authorization code, the code will be sent to your mobile device to allow ‘telegram-cli’ to log as your username.
Once the authorization CODE has been entered, you are free to use telegram. Telegram use the concept of ‘peer’ (contact) to send messages instead of phone number. So in order to get a list of your peer, you need to run “contact_list” command.
To send message to a peer/contact (for example to Warrick Brown), just type
> msg Warrick_Brown "wassup, dude? want to hang out today?"
To quit, you can type