Sunday, January 17, 2016

News: jQuery 3.0 Beta Released.

The team member of jQuery Core - Timmy Willison told us in a blog post about Query 3.0 Beta Released. Developers with jQuery 3.0 alpha had experimented with methods like an inline-display-none-remover (.show()) and inline-display-none-adder (.hide()) and removing inline display:none did not always show the element. Fix the custom selectors like :visible make is up to 17 times faster now. Link jQuery with :
...or get the beta version from npm:
npm install jquery@3.0.0-beta1

Sunday, January 10, 2016

About me ... and comics, linux and games!

Most of us have some problems or old things..., it's a good day or a bad day !? ... all of us have one good sense of the day and the next day.
So today I got one mail from one author of comics, and this help me into happy way.
I don't know if this is because the subject was about me when I reading books and comics, but that make me happy.
I remember when I make my first account under internet and about my nicknames, like catafest.
Also I remember when I put for the first time the RedHat 6 on my computer.
The first accounts I make it on my old computer with Athlon XP 1700+ CPU ( I have it and working with the old Linux Fedora).
When I make and run the first script with bash and vi and the first yum instalations.

About the old game I try to fix on linux and I happy now because can be fix by using Steam application.
And more and more...
Have a great day !

Paul Baliker - sculptor of nature’s.

Paul Baliker has been sculpting wood and bronze for 35 years, working out of his studio in the Hammock, where he also maintains a gallery.
I like this:

Monday, January 4, 2016

News: Tutorials with node.js and jpm.

Dear friends,
... today I started a new series of tutorials.
The subject from this is firefox add-ons with node.js.
Into this tutorial, we can see the first steps to make one unsigned default addon.
I used Windows OS, but also you can install under Linux OS easy node.js.
Most of Linux users can know how to do it.
The first tutorial is here.
Thank you. Best regards.


News: OpenBSD and Nightly Mozilla Firefox security.

W^X ("Write XOR Execute"; spoken as W xor X[1]) is the name of a security feature present in the OpenBSD operating system. It is a memory protection policy whereby every page in a process' address space is either writable or executable, but not both simultaneously. from wikipedia.

The new Nightly Mozilla Firefox comes with enabled the security feature W^X.
Also will be it available to other versions of its web browser once they are upgraded to version 46.
The implementation of W^X makes all Just in Time ( named JIT) code page working with the browser.
This will need to write to pages, a function needs to be called to explicitly make the page writable. Also, that will remove the execute flag at the same time. The good thing is the permissions for memory pages which allows the compiler to patch code without performance overhead.