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Logging with Log4Net in C# | EyeCatch
private readonly ILog log = LogManager.GetLogger(MethodBase.GetCurrentMethod().DeclaringType);
dev 
9 days ago
Debugging inline JavaScript
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//# sourceURL=dynamicScript.js
dev  mvc 
11 weeks ago
How to use Responsive Design Mode in Safari
Anyone that works with websites knows how important it is that they scale correctly on all types of devices. While mobile is extremely important, desktop is still a primary way that a lot of people experience the internet. On the Mac, Safari makes it extremely easy to check websites across all types of devices and screen sizes. To do this, you need to enable the Developer menu. Click Safari → Preferences, and then click the Advanced tab. Enable the Show Develop menu in menu bar option in the Preferences dialog box. One that is enabled, go to the Develop menu on the Safari menu bar. Click Enter Responsive Design Mode. You’ll now see options for various iPhones, iPads, and desktop screen resolutions. This will allow you to make sure your websites look good for everyone, regardless of device choice. We have more helpful tips right here. Free Productivity Guide: Download our simple guide to productivity to help you improve your workflows and be more focused with your time and attention. Get it here.
june 2017
Building a Ground Plane / Spider ADS-B Antenna for 2€
Thanks to Manuel aka Tysonpower for submitting to us his extremely cheap ADS-B antenna build. Manuels ADS-B antenna consists of a simple SMA connector with flange and some wires cut to the correct resonant length for 1090 MHz ADS-B. This ground plane design has been around for years on the internet with atouk’s guide being the most commonly used, although atouk’s design uses a larger SO-239 connector instead. Manuel takes the design one step cheaper by using cheap single core copper wire for the elements, and a low cost SMA connector. The wires are soldered onto the SMA connector flange so you will need to know how to solder to complete the antenna. Manuel has uploaded a video which shows the build steps for his cheap antenna in a step by step guide. We note that the video is narrated in German, but there are English subtitles. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U6ae4E75ICYVideo can’t be loaded: [EN subs] ADSB Antenne für 2€ – DIY (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U6ae4E75ICY)
june 2017
IKEA's affordable smart lights will dim with your voice
Ikea Last month, IKEA launched its own line of low-cost smart lighting, called TRÅDFRI, and up until now, users have had to rely on a remote control or a proprietary app to use the product. But no longer. Today, the Swedish retailer announced that their IKEA Home Smart products will respond to voice commands from Alexa, Siri, and Google Assistant starting this summer. Additionally, the product line will integrate with Apple's HomeKit. "With IKEA Home Smart we challenge everything that is complicated and expensive with the connected home. Making our products work with others on the market takes us one step closer to meet people's needs, making it easier to interact with your smart home products," said IKEA Home Smart's business leader Björn Block. Traditionally, smart lighting systems are pricey. Take Philips Hue, perhaps the best known smart lighting system. The Philips Hue Bridge 2.0, which supports 50 Hue lights, costs $60. In comparison, IKEA's Smart Lighting System's TRÅDFRI Gateway is half that price — just $30, though the number of lights it supports is unclear. Hue provides more choice in bulb types, from floodlights to spotlights, but IKEA wins on price — their standard bulb is priced at $12, compared to Hue's $15. A $3 difference may not seem like much, but when you're replacing every bulb in your house, that seemingly small gap can add up quickly. Smart lighting systems may have once been a quirk for those with too much money on their hands, but with their arrival at IKEA, it looks like they're here to stay. IKEA's aggressive pricing makes smart, voice-controlled lighting more accessible to a wider range of potential buyers.
automation 
may 2017
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