This is a little project I’ve been working on for a few days now. I’ve had this idea for a while now, but hadn’t gotten around to messing around with it until now. Basically, the idea is an app that allows you to receive limited information from the internet without being connected to the internet. This is useful for those who have a limited data plan, or don’t have any data connection at all. The process is somewhat complicated, but I’ll try to give a quick outline about how it works below. It’s a little complicated, and the process might be a little boring to read, but I know some people enjoy the details.
Hey guys! I recently put together a pretty sweet programming setup. It allows me to program in Eclipse anywhere, and at any time. All I need is a device with HTML5 capabilities, and I have my entire programming workspace at my fingertips. It was pretty difficult to set up, but it was something I was able to do in about a day’s time. I’ll be posting a tutorial about how I did it soon.
I recently put together a VNC programming workspace on my VPS server, and so far, I’m loving it! It’s seriously the best thing ever for cloud programming. I can program where ever, and whenever I want. All of my files are “just there”. It’s amazing! I can even program on my phone or tablet if I want. At the end, I’ll show you how to setup an html5 vnc viewer so you can program in your browser. In this first section, I’ll teach you how to get a VNC server running on your VPS. This tutorial assumes that you already have a blank VPS running Ubuntu Server 14.04. This may work on a few other Linux OS’ but I have not tested on them. In part two, I’ll show you how to set up Eclipse, and a nice HTML5 client to go along with this.