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Zend + NicEdit

by reyhanypohan on Feb 25, 2011 | 1 Comment
ZendFramework

In one my projects, I had to change a html textarea into an editor where you can decorate the text bold, italic,underlined, etc just like you could composing an email. I had trouble finding the term for this kind of editor but I finally found it, it is a WYSIWYG editor. Googling “javascript editor” was a dumb thing to do. After

Adobe Photoshop Tutorial – Bleach Bypass

by tarabaskara on Feb 25, 2011 | 0 Comment
Bleach Bypass

Have you ever seen Se7en, Saving Private Ryan, or Batman Begins? Do you know the similarity of these films? Maybe not everyone knows that these three films using the same technique commonly called Bleach bypass. From wikipedia Bleach bypass, also known as skip bleach or silver retention, is an optical effect which entails either the partial or complete skipping of

Rails 3 Authentication and Authorization with Devise and CanCan (Part 2)

by iqbalfarabi on Feb 25, 2011 | 19 Comments
RubyOnRails_2

This article is also published in Iqbal’s blog here. – This is the second part of two posts tutorial on how to use Devise and CanCan with Rails 3. You can find the first part of this tutorial at the original blog here or at this site here. Where were we? In the previous part, we have used Devise library

Rails 3 Authentication and Authorization with Devise and CanCan (Part 1)

by iqbalfarabi on Feb 25, 2011 | 7 Comments
RubyOnRails_2

This article is also published in Iqbal’s blog here. – Recently, I was involved in a new project that uses Rails 3. That was my first Rails 3 project, I’ve always used Rails 2 before. Therefore, I tried to get accustomed to how Rails 3 works and how it differs from Rails 2. One thing that I really had to

Ruang Main at Tempo Magazine

by admin on Aug 30, 2010 | 7 Comments
Ruang Main

A month after nominated in Indonesia ICT Award 2010, our product named Ruang Main is now featured as an article in Tempo magazine both in printed and online edition. Below is the fully copied article from the online edition written in Bahasa Indonesia. UPDATE (05/04/2011): due to some questions directed to as via our feedback form, we would like you