I've written a part 3 about using Angular with Rails on Intridea's Blog. Please have a look.
I don't normally talk about computer equipment here, but I recently purchased the K750 wireless keyboard by Logitech. It's amazing because it is solar powered and therefore requires no batteries. Their manual says it can remain powered for 3 months in total darkness. I believe they tested this in my office. Also of note, I bought the mac version of the keyboard. However, it also works with my PC, though I had to fool with their software a bit for the function keys to work.
The K750 is also a good deal cheaper than the official Apple wireless keyboard.
Previously I had an older version of the Razer Deathstalker. It was nice, but there were wires everywhere. The K750 is nice and clean, and I haven't noticed any perceptible input lag / delay.
I've written a part 2 about using Angular with Rails on Intridea's Blog. Please have a look.
I've written a post about using Angular with Rails on Intridea's Blog. Please have a look.
When I first started using Multi-Term to run my
terminal in emacs,
much of the documentation I saw on the
EmacsWiki referenced both
term. This left me somewhat confused as to which I
should be using and what the difference was. I ignored this for some
time while I got my Multi-Term setup working correctly.
Look It Up
When the time came to find out the truth, I knew I could just ask
emacs. I used
C-h a to invoke
apropros and fed it both
term. The output linked me to
term.el and I read
the source for both methods. It turns out that both methods work
similarly, but simply use different buffer names. As
EmacsWiki explains, the
difference is largely historical at this point. Previously, plain
term-mode was less able to display colors than
This is one of the features I like best about emacs. It has a built-in help system that allowed me to search for term related documentation, and eventually led me to the source code implementation of the method in question. All without leaving the editor!
I have some enhancements to my previous post
zsh and multi-term in emacs,
and the fixes and changes that I implemented all came from reading the
term.el and referring to EmacsWiki