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Cognitive Overload?

On Episode 17 of The Edge of Innovation, we’re talking with Paul about cognitive overload and recent changes in crowdfunding.

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Bootstrap Table With Sorting, Searching and Paging using dataTable.js (Responsive)

This tip presents an example of DataTable in Responsive using bootstrap. The DataTable.js automatically provides column sorting, searching and paging. DataTable.js is just like a .js file. It’s open source. In many of the applications, we need to display data as a table format so in this scenario, if we will use this library then it reduces our work and it increases the efficiency. Background DataTable.JS DataTable.js is just like a JavaScript library we can use in any web related projects. It automatically provides column sorting, searching and paging functionalities. Bootstrap Bootstrap is the most popular for HTML, CSS and JS framework for developing responsive applications. Responsive Responsive means the single application will target any device like mobile, tablet, small PC and …

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Bootstrap Table With Sorting, Searching and Paging using dataTable.js (Responsive)

Statistical De-Obfuscation & De-Minification

JS Nice makes even obfuscated JavaScript code readable. It is a new kind of statistical de-obfuscation and de-minification engine for JavaScript. Given a JavaScript program, JSNice automatically suggests new likely identifier names and types. JSNice uses advanced machine learning and program analysis techniques to learn name and type regularities from large amounts of available open source projects. Then, given new JavaScript code, JSNice probabilistically infers newly suggested names and types for all of the local variables and function parameters. Requirements: -Demo: http://www.jsnice.org/License: License Free 0 Comments

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Statistical De-Obfuscation & De-Minification

Reduce disk space used by Windows with WIMBoot

Please enable Javascript, because you won’t see all of the content. Windows Image Boot (WIMBoot) allows you to run Windows from a compressed Windows image file (WIM file) which significantly reduces the amount of space used by Windows. WIMBoot takes Windows 8.1 down to just a 3-GB installation! It seems that Windows gets bigger with every release. This hasn’t been an issue with most devices because storage is so incredibly cheap. Certain devices could benefit from more storage, though. Getting more storage can involve cloud-based solutions and creative tweaks to the OS. Windows 8.1 Update brought a new method by modifying the deployment procedure. This installation is called WIMBoot. What is WIMBoot and why should I care? A normal Windows 8.1 install, fully patched, comes in just shy…

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Reduce disk space used by Windows with WIMBoot

How to Hide a DIV with jQuery

There are a lot of reasons why you might want to hide a portion of your web page: for example, there could be an image that you don’t want to show based on user type or an action may be available that lets the user hide a portion of the page. Hiding/showing can add dynamism to a page and jQuery makes it easy. If you look at some JavaScript examples of hiding a DIV you’ll notice that it takes quite a few lines of code to accomplish the task. New to JavaScript? Learn the Basics If you have any experience with jQuery, you’ll already know that it provides a much simpler way to accomplish the same goal. jQuery is a JavaScript library and …

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