Blog Syndication from Indivirtuals

  • SchetsjesJS: assembling a basic drawing board
    by Tom Hartwig on 27/04/2018 at 08:46

    I’m getting somewhere with my Raspberry Pi/NodeJS plotter! Step 5 of my planning was to build the hardware-side of the plotter. It’s starting to look professional! (Step 5:) Assemble a basic drawing board Step 5 of my ‘Let’s build a Raspberry Pi Plotter’-plan was making a basic drawing board. On this I can attach the […] Het bericht SchetsjesJS: assembling a basic drawing board verscheen eerst op tomhartwig.nl. […]

  • SchetsjesJS: moving the motors using Javascript
    by Tom Hartwig on 12/04/2018 at 12:25

    At the time of writing the first post I’ve already did steps 1-3 of my plan, leaving out one crucial element for a successful plotter: making it run on JavaScript. Step 4 of the plan was to check just that so let’s dive into that! (Step 4:) See if we can move the motors using […] Het bericht SchetsjesJS: moving the motors using Javascript verscheen eerst op tomhartwig.nl. […]

  • A Raspberry Pi based plotter (SchetsjesJS)
    by Tom Hartwig on 02/04/2018 at 19:15

    I’ve seen something awesome when I was at JSConf in Budapest. An Arduino controlled by a Raspberry Pi drawing a giant skull on a whiteboard. I absolutely need this in my life, let’s try to build it for myself! At JSConf the organisers invited the local hacker space from Budapest at one of the after […] Het bericht A Raspberry Pi based plotter (SchetsjesJS) verscheen eerst op tomhartwig.nl. […]

  • Building a Hue light switch using a Raspberry Pi Zero – part 2
    by Tom Hartwig on 13/01/2018 at 13:56

    I now have a Raspberry Pi, set up for making a light switch for my Hue bulbs. Time to get this project started by adding wires and code! This is part 2, if you haven’t read part 1 of Building a Hue light switch using a Raspberry Pi Zero, please do so to see where […] Het bericht Building a Hue light switch using a Raspberry Pi Zero – part 2 verscheen eerst op tomhartwig.nl. […]

  • Building a Hue light switch using a Raspberry Pi Zero
    by Tom Hartwig on 28/12/2017 at 13:53

    I have smart ‘Hue’ lighting in my living room: light bulbs I can switch on and off, or change color using my phone. Nice, but there was something missing: a physical switch. Let’s fix that by building our own! The problem: when I get home when it’s dark outside, I used to just flick a […] Het bericht Building a Hue light switch using a Raspberry Pi Zero verscheen eerst op tomhartwig.nl. […]

  • JSConf Budapest 2017
    by Tom Hartwig on 09/11/2017 at 08:03

    A week ago me and two of my front-end colleagues went to Hungary. We visited JSConf in Budapest at the stunning Urania National Movie theater. Here are my takeaways!   My takeaways I used to write blogposts in which I described who told what, and what the point of the talk was. I stopped doing […] Het bericht JSConf Budapest 2017 verscheen eerst op tomhartwig.nl. […]

  • Episerver Forms validator with settings
    by Mark van Dijk on 20/06/2017 at 04:45

    When you have worked with Episerver Forms you know you can enable validators on a form element. You have the Required validator, the Regular Expression validator, the Email validator and more. Most of these validators have a simple on/off configuration, but when you look at the Regular Expression... […]

  • Soldering a DIY LED Star for Christmas
    by Tom Hartwig on 24/12/2016 at 16:34

    Brace yourselves: the holiday season is coming! And therefore I’ve decided to order a DIY package containing all the building blocks for an LED star Christmas decoration. Let’s build it! The holiday season approached really fast, and I thought I could dust off my soldering skills in the holidays around Christmas. When browsing through some […] Het bericht Soldering a DIY LED Star for Christmas verscheen eerst op tomhartwig.nl. […]

  • Fronteers Conference 2016 takeaways
    by Tom Hartwig on 08/10/2016 at 14:44

    I’ve had a blast at Fronteers 2016! I’ve started publishing my notes/takeaways on this blog some time ago, and I won’t break tradition for Fronteers Conference 2016! Fronteers Conference 2016 As always, Fronteers took place at the home of Fronteers Conference: the great Tuschinski theatre in Amsterdam. It was hosted by Phil Hawksworth, who did a great […] Het bericht Fronteers Conference 2016 takeaways verscheen eerst op tomhartwig.nl. […]

  • Installing CMO on an Episerver 9 site
    by Mark van Dijk on 18/09/2016 at 21:17

    For the client I’m currently working at I had to install CMO in the current project. According to the resources on Episerver World, the only way to install CMO is to create a new 7.5 site using the Deployment Center and add CMO to it. Then update to the... […]

  • Referencing content gadget
    by Mark van Dijk on 28/06/2016 at 10:45

    A while ago I was talking to some content editors about how they worked with Episerver and what could make their work easier. One of the things they were struggling with is to find out where their content is being referenced. Which pages contain references to the page they... […]

  • Color picker property plus plus
    by Mark van Dijk on 10/04/2016 at 20:18

    Have you ever used the Dijit ColorPalette to create a color picker property? You probably have. It’s pretty simple as you can read here. However, this ColorPalette has some disadvantages. You can’t change the colors, only switch between 2 predefined palettes. You can’t clear your selection. Once you have... […]

  • Fronteers Spring Conference 2016 takeaways
    by Tom Hartwig on 02/04/2016 at 11:31

    I've visited the Fronteers Spring Conference 2016, and I've made some notes. A whole day of information, compressed into one dense list! Het bericht Fronteers Spring Conference 2016 takeaways verscheen eerst op tomhartwig.nl. […]

  • Storing your thumbnails in the correct mime type
    by Mark van Dijk on 30/03/2016 at 13:15

    By default Episerver stores you thumbnails, or any image you store using an ImageDescriptor attribute, as a .png file. This is hard coded in the ThumbnailManager and there probably are good reasons for this. But maybe you want to store your thumbnails in the same type as the... […]

  • Deploying an Episerver site to the Amazon cloud
    by Mark van Dijk on 23/03/2016 at 13:05

    After deploying a gazillion Episerver sites to Azure I thought it would be nice to play with Amazon AWS Elastic Beanstalk. Only because I wanted to see if it is just as easy to deploy a website to AWS as it is with Azure. The documentation on Episerver... […]

  • Custom validators with Episerver Forms
    by Mark van Dijk on 17/03/2016 at 16:05

    A few weeks ago Episerver Forms was released. We have seen several blogs about creating custom forms types like a Color Picker or a Constrained Textbox. But what about creating your own validators? To create you own validator simply inherit from ElementValidatorBase. You can also use RegularExpressionValidatorBase, which... […]

  • Raspberry Pi Domotica – Disco lightbulb!
    by Tom Hartwig on 28/11/2015 at 20:57

    A Raspberry Pi combined with NodeJS and a relay module = an interactive disco lightbulb in my living room! Het bericht Raspberry Pi Domotica – Disco lightbulb! verscheen eerst op tomhartwig.nl. […]