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Building a Custom HTML5 Audio Player with jQuery « Neutron Creations We recently built an HTML5 audio player for Tim Van Damme's The Box, a new podcast where he interviews people who make cool stuff. Tim wanted an HTML5 audio player on the site, and we put together some jQuery to hook up the player interface he designed. In this article we'll run through the code to explain how it works, covering a few caveats along the way. Here's the player interface, and the markup for it. Getting Started with Armitage and the Metasploit Framework (2013) So, I just realized there isn’t a modern tutorial on how to start Armitage and take advantage of it. There’s the documentation, but my documentation tries to cover every corner case and it’s not friendly to the novice who wants to try it out quickly. I do not know of a getting started guide that is up to date with the latest Armitage conventions. This blog post is my attempt to correct this oversight. 22 May 2013 – I’ve updated this tutorial to state how to use Armitage with Kali Linux, since BackTrack Linux is no longer supported.

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Avast, Ye Pirates: Write a Web App In this code lab, you build a pirate badge generator from a skeleton app. The sample app provides a brief look at some Dart language and library features. This code lab assumes that you have some programming experience. Build this app! In this step, you download Dart and get the sample code. If you haven’t already done so, get the Dart download. Handlebars – SproutCore The following post refers to SproutCore 2.0, which has split off as a separate project. However, the information within this post is entirely applicable with respect to using SC.TemplateView and Handlebars in SproutCore 1.8. If you wish to use SC.TemplateView in SproutCore, you only need be aware that the many views and controls in the Desktop framework may contain templates, but should not themselves be contained within templates. When people check out SproutCore 2.0 for the first time, one question that they frequently ask is: Do I have to use Handlebars?

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