My previous research named Reverse Engineering using Chrome was all about debugging a website and building an algorithm to bring up all of these tiles together, and by the end – getting the image in a higher resolution. In that article, I mentioned that some time ago I have published a simple gem called txt2speech that makes requests to the Google Translate API and gets the audio output back. However the Google invented the algorithm to protect his calls from unauthorized clients, the logic became unquestionably more complicated, let’s see why. Continue reading How Google and Bing protect their API
As you may get already I am a curious person, my desire is always to know how things work. That’s why today we are going to debug “The New York Public Library” gallery. By using Chrome browser we intend to find out how the part of the detailed preview is implemented. And after that, we will create an application which will help us to get the chosen image in a better quality – deal?
A lot of startups (if not a majority of them) refuse to write tests. They blame the lack of time or claim that it’s a low priority for now because they are not sure whether this feature in the project will pay them back. When it turns out that it was actually quite okay, they find another argument or feature to get away with untested code and forget about all of their promises because the competitor never sleeps just like The Wall Street. Continue reading Should I Test or Should I Rest?
Most of you who have used SublimeVideo player know that unfortunately, the company has shut down recently, though all that matters their player hosted on their servers is available only until the 12th of September, 2015. Which means, to many of us arose a problem to find out a solution that would work at least on the same level.