Raspberry WebKiosk 6.0 Released for Raspberry Pi, Based on Raspbian Jessie Lite

Raspberry WebKiosk is an open-source, browser-based and very secure Linux-based operating system designed to be deployed on the computers of various public places like Internet Cafes


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How to Install Invoice Ninja on Ubuntu 16.04

Invoice Ninja is a web-based open source software for invoicing, payments, time tracking and much more. You can create Invoices online in seconds, interact with payments gateways like Stripe, PayPal, WePay, and others. In this tutorial, I will show you how to install Invoice Ninja on Ubuntu 16.04. I will use Nginx as the web server and MariaDB as Database system.


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Mind blowing Git tips for beginners

As developers, we all (hopefully) use git. It’s not extremely hard nor time
consuming to get started with it and you will surely thank your future self for taking the time to learn it. Ok so that was for the cringy intro.

Now let’s get down to business: what I really want to share in this post is a list of tricks I’ve learned during the past 2 1/2 years of using git. Some of it might seem trivial to seasoned developers but if you’re just getting started, stick with me because this might just blow your mind.

The difference between git fetch and pull

git fetch only updates the tracking remote branches. If you actually want to
update the local repo, you need to merge the local branch with the remote
tracking branch using git merge.

remote branches are prefixed with the name of the remote and a slash:
origin/branchname

git pull on the other hand, will execute


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Tool to Turn Off the Touch Bar on the MacBook Pro 2016

README.md

TouchBarDisabler allows users to manually turn off the Touch Bar on 2016 MacBook Pro devices.
You will be guided to turn off System Integrity Protection before using the app.

Download TouchBarDisabler
What should I do If I am unable to open TouchBarDisabler?
Features
Toggle between enabling and disabling Touch Bar
Remaps Brightness down to Ctrl+1, and Brightness Up to Ctrl+2.
Remaps Mute to Ctrl+8, Volume Down to Ctrl+9 and Volume Up to Ctrl+0.
You will be guided to turn off System Integrity Protection before using the app. TouchBarDisabler does not disconnect iBridge from your system. Therefore, Apple Pay, Touch ID and FaceTime HD Camera continue to work.
Localized in English, Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese and Japanese.
Notice
THE SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED “AS IS”, WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, TITLE AND NON-INFRINGEMENT. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE COPYRIGHT HOLDERS OR ANYONE


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SourceTree for Windows 2.0

By Kelvin Yap on April 27, 2017

It’s an exciting time to be a Windows developer using SourceTree. We’ve seen steady adoption of SourceTree for Windows and today more than half our users come from Windows – impressive for a tool that used to be Mac only! Since launching the 2.0 beta in January and acting on the feedback we’ve received since, we’re excited to announce that SourceTree for Windows 2.0 is now generally available.
Alongside refreshing the UI with a new and improved design, we’ve also listened to all the feedback you’ve provided and focused on making SourceTree for Windows 2.0 the fastest version yet. And that’s not all, as we’re proud to announce support for Microsoft’s Git Virtual File System, making the process of working with unusually large repositories easier than ever before.

change you’ll see in SourceTree is the new design. We gathered a lot of feedback around the


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TypeScript 2.3

Today we’re excited to bring you our latest release with TypeScript 2.3!
For those who aren’t familiar, TypeScript is a superset of JavaScript that brings users optional static types and solid tooling. Using TypeScript can help avoid painful bugs people commonly run into when writing JavaScript by type-checking your code. TypeScript can actually report issues without you even saving your file, and leverage the type system to help you write code even faster. This leads to a truly awesome editing experience, giving you time to think about and test the things that really matter.
To get started with the latest stable version of TypeScript, you can grab it through NuGet, or use the following command with npm:

npm install -g typescript

Visual Studio 2015 users (who have Update 3) as well as Visual Studio 2017 users using Update 2 Preview will be able to get TypeScript by simply installing it from here. To elaborate


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Google Classroom now lets anyone school anyone else

 Google Classroom is opening up even further: After allowing anyone to join classes last month, expanding the learner side of the equation beyond just those with G Suite for Education accounts, Google is now opening Classroom class creation to anyone with a personal Google account, too. This means anyone can create and organize a class on the platform, which allows educators to set up and… Read More


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Chrome Will Start Marking HTTP Sites In Incognito Mode As Non-Secure In October

Reader Krystalo writes: Google today announced the second step in its plan to mark all HTTP sites as non-secure in Chrome. Starting in October 2017, Chrome will mark HTTP sites with entered data and HTTP sites in Incognito mode as non-secure. With the release of Chrome 56 in January 2017, Google’s browser started marking HTTP pages that collect passwords or credit cards as “Not Secure” in the address bar. Since then, Google has seen a 23 percent reduction in the fraction of navigations to HTTP pages with password or credit card forms on Chrome for desktop. Chrome 62 (we’re currently on Chrome 58) will take this to the next level.

Read more of this story at Slashdot.


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