Having searched quite a bit for this, I’ve found it is possible to use gmail (or any other account) as your “send as” address but retain the push email functionality.
A recent project called on me to refresh my experience of working in perl. The task was to find the distance between two UK postcodes using Object-oriented Programming (OOP). The following three files make up the code: postcode.pl postcode.pm postcodes.csv The perl script, postcode.pl takes input of two postcodes (spaces aren’t important either within the […]
As part of the timesheets project, I have written a little jQuery clock plugin. Part of the flexibility of jQuery is the way it handles extensions like this so gracefully. That and chaining functions together make it so useful and powerful. If you’re interested in writing your own plugin, I can recommend the following resource […]
I am currently developing a timesheet system. You can find it at www.a2wd.com/time Login: test Password: test (or register with your own dummy account) I have previously designed a chat app, working with AJAX and CSS3 ideas. It is live at www.a2wd.com/chat Enjoy!
The versatile tool for matching patterns I figured I should know a bit about regular expressions, so for a previous incarnation of the website, I coded the homepage so that it returned the titles of blogs with a link to the respective blog. In doing so, I found a couple of good resources for regular expressions: […]
Converting journey times to nodes in a traffic model I had a large data set of points from a GPS device (Garmin Nuvi) which needed matching up to nodes in a traffic model. Unfortunately the points on the GPS neither occur at exact node coordinates nor do they always even fall along the actual path […]