Android Fragments

What are Fragments? Introduced in Android 3.0 (API level 11), Fragments are a way to modularize your Activities. Fragment allow for sections of your application to be loaded within the same activity. Fragment also inherit the lifecycle of an Activity; when an activity is paused or when it is killed so does the Fragment. As… read more

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Introduction to Docker

After hearing a lot from Docker, I decided to start learning and trying to figure out how it can be applied as part of a development stack. What are containers? Before understanding what Docker is, we need to learn a bit about Linux Containers. Linux Container is a type of virtualization that allows the isolation of system… read more

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IntelliJ for unmanaged sbt dependencies

I had some co-worker having issues with using unmanaged dependencies within a Play Project. Here are the step we followed to make it work with IntelliJ. Add your unmanaged dependency to your Play project Add it to the default {{root}}/lib folder To add single custom folder To add Multiple folders

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Installing Artifactory Using Docker Fedora Host

I was following the steps from Running Artifactory with Docker and encounter a few issues while mounting images, mainly related to SELinux and Docker. Here are the steps I followed. Pull the Artifactory Image : Set your Artifactory directory Change SELinux : Create a container from the Artifactory Image : To start your Artifactory container just issue the following

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Git Overview

Git Areas Git contains different areas with the purpose of tracking your changes and keeping information about local and remote repo. A git project contains three states that is used to keep track of your work history. Your working directory which is where your project files live, The staging or index area which is where your next commit… read more

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Play Framework 2.4.x module/sub-project assets

As I was working on creating a Play Module, I wanted to make reference of the module assets though the routes. This is so the new module can expose its own assets. I tried to follow the Play 2.4 SBTSubProjects instructions and wasn’t able to get the routing working correctly. I decided to inspect the code generated by sbt… read more

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Publish Your Play Module to a Maven Repo

TODO

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How to create a module with Play Framework

There are two approaches on how to create a Play Framework 2.3.x / 2.4.x module . The first is the module/sub-project the other is the code/sample-app. I guess both are good depending on how you want to approach the build of your project. How to create a module the module/sub-project approach : The idea behind this approach to follow the sbt multi-project… read more

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Play Framework Module Inconsistency

Play framework has really poor documentation about how to create modules. I recently read the suggested guide from objectify.be dated from march of 2012. The problem I have with these instructions, is the inconsistency of how it is currently being implemented in the objectify.be project; I assume this is because of the outdated instructions. Play Authenticate! is using the code/sample-app approach while other projects such… read more

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