News from qr-filetransfer development

Published August 16, 2018

qr-filetransfer logo

Two important news from qr-filetransfer development, a project I launched a few months back:

  1. Ability to transfer files from mobile to desktop
  2. As you might have guessed, we have a logo!

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Automate PKGBUILD testing with Docker

Published February 26, 2018

I maintain the ArchLinux package for Postman, the popular API Development Environment, this post discusses a script I use to make sure that each new version of the package builds and installs correctly (i.e.: no missing dependencies) before submitting it to AUR (Archlinux User Repository). By using Docker, the script runs the process into an isolated environment that mimics a fresh installation of ArchLinux, preventing you from forgetting to declare dependencies upon packages already installed on the machine.

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Exploring The Ethereum Platform: Accounts

Published February 19, 2018

Are you into cryptocurrencies yet? Great, I am not, but after coming across Ethereum – a Blockchain app platform – I felt incredibly intrigued by the concepts of decentralized applications so I decided, as a developer, to start exploring it.

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Popup For Keep has been refactored

Published February 16, 2018

As anticipated a few weeks back, I was in the middle of a major refactoring of Popup For Keep, a simple Chrome extension that lets you easily open Google Keep into a top-right corner of the browser and/or have it as a floating popup.

Screenshot Of Popup For Keep

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Refactoring Popup For Keep

Published January 29, 2018

It’s been more than 3 years now since I open sourced Popup For Keep, a simple extension to open Google Keep into a Chrome’s top-right corner popup.

Screenshot Of Popup For Keep

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