Monday, September 10, 2012

Simple HTTP Server and Client in Python

This time I'd like to show you how to make a simple HTTP server and client in python. It's a bit different from other tutorials I've ever wrote and I'd like to say that I'm also a beginner in python. But, I'll try to make sure you understand what I wrote because this tutorial is easy.

First, you need to know what HTTP is. Definition of HTTP based on wikipedia:
The Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP) is an application protocol for distributed, collaborative, hypermedia information systems. HTTP is the foundation of data communication for the World Wide Web.

In simple words, HTTP is a protocol that used for world wide web communication. So, if you're browsing the web, downloading data, and hosting a website, you're using HTTP protocol. There are many web server software that support HTTP protocol such as apache, nginx, and lighttpd. This time, you're so lucky because I'll show you how to make something like that (a simple version of course) in python language.

Saturday, October 29, 2011

Easy Facebook Android SDK Simple Tutorial

Hi there! Welcome to my latest tutorial. This time I will show you how to use one of useful SDK for Android Development. It's Easy Facebook Android SDK. So, why do I like to use it? Why don't we use official Facebook Android SDK? The answer is simple. Because this SDK is easier than other Facebook Android SDKs. This is what Easy Facebook Android SDK developer says:

Those who tried to integrate facebook features into his own Android application knows that it's not an easy thing to do. We tested many libraries: FbRocket, FbConnect and even facebook's official sdk, but their implementation was very complicated or they had very few features. That's why we decided to create our own library from scratch.

I tested it myself and found out that this SDK is very easy to use. So, it'll save your time for development. In this tutorial, I'll show how to make a simple "Hello, world" status update via your facebook app for android. Here we go!

Friday, July 15, 2011

How to Host Your Silverlight App on Your Dropbox Account

Silverlight and Dropbox Logo

You're new to Silverlight App development. After struggling for a long time, the time to show it to the world has finally come. But, you don't have any web hosting account. So, what will you do?

Don't worry about it (and don't commit suicide just because of it). I have a solution. You can use your dropbox account to host it. Curious how to do that? Just follow these following steps!

Thursday, July 14, 2011

Camera Face Detection in C# Using Emgu CV (OpenCV in .NET) and WPF

Face Detection
Hi there, this is a new tutorial category in my blog. It's Computer Vision. In this chance, I'd like to show you something cool. It's how to perform Face Detection using your camera / Webcam. You'll see how your application can detect faces from a captured image. Curious about it? Let's take a look how to do that.

Android Tutorial - How To Make A Simple Phone Call Application

Welcome to my android tutorial. This time, I'd like to show you how to make a simple phone call application. Is that important? Yes, It is. Imagine, you're in danger, and you don't know what to do. So, what should you do? Call emergency number? Do you remember that number? Or, if you get accident, can you type the number correctly? It's a simple task. But it'll be easier and simpler if you can call a number with one touch. Let's see how to do that.

Beginning Android Application Development - Hello, Android!

Android Logo
Here is my first Android Application Development Tutorial. Since it's my first tutorial, I just want to show you how to begin deveopment of android application. So, in this tutorial, you'll learn how to install Android SDK with Eclipse ADT Plugin and make a new simple Hello, World! project. Let's check it out.

How To Bind Oracle BLOB Image into PictureBox

In my last tutorial (about bind oracle blob image in WPF), I showed you how to bind from Oracle BLOB into Image in WPF. But, there is a different trick if you use Windows Form Application (in this case, we’re using PictureBox component). There is nothing different in concept, but the problem is always the code. To save an image or picture you can use the same method. But, you need a trick to load it. Okay, now let me show you the trick.

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