Tough scenario is when you have to merge two branches of a solution with so many differences that one cannot simply be merged into the other. In this scenario I use SourceTree as GIT GUI client, KDiff3 linked to SourceTree as external merge tool to create DIFF patch from phase 2.0 set of commits and apply it to phase 3.0 branch. Bear in mind the two branches have many differences and I cannot just merge both in one merge action.
So let's begin...
This is example of simple angularjs indexedDB service (factory) for use in offline apps development. I simply did not find any suitable factory for indexedDB and decided to create a simple service to do the job.
Here is the service is on github - https://github.com/Velkata/IndexedDB-Angularjs-Service
and will be updated from time to time with new methods.
I would briefly discribe how to get socketio and websocket running on with minimal efforts, but not go in details on how to set up nodejs/express/socketio application on OpenShift.
This topic might be useful for reporting specialists that use excel as a reporting tool on regular basis. This is a tutorial on how to create a fully automated self executing report that uses Windows Task Scheduler, Visual Basic for Applications and a library with simple VBA functions called Simple-VBA-functions. The scenario should represent automated creation of excel report that contains a single pivot table and a row data behind and it should be updated and uploaded to a Shared Folder on a daily basis. This is how the report look like: The first sheet "Report" shows the pivot data
I created a GitHub Repository with my personal Visual Basic for Applicatios (VBA) Automation Library I used for automation for most of my excel reports while I was working as Reporting Specialist. At this point all the functions are enclosed in a single libSimpleVBAFunc.bas file and they can be included to every automation project. The repository includes examples folder that contains very simple examples with the use of libSimpleVBAFunc.bas functions.