Processing.org Python Excel Category:Architectural elements Architectural elements are the unique details and component parts that, together, form the architectural style of houses, buildings and structures. Media related to Architectural elements (category) at Wikimedia Commons This terminology does not include: refer to: Category:Buildings and structures and List of building types Names for parts of buildings defined by their function (e.g. kitchen, nave) refer to: Category:Rooms The names of styles of buildings or architectural movements (e.g. gothic, Bauhaus) refer to: Category:Architectural styles Building materials or construction methods (e.g. thatch) refer to: Category:Building materials Collection of articles that describe the physical parts of buildings: See also Subcategories This category has the following 31 subcategories, out of 31 total. ► Roofs (6 C, 122 P, 1 F) Pages in category "Architectural elements" The following 200 pages are in this category, out of 405 total. (previous page) (next page)(previous page) (next page)
Mytskine / xmlittre-data Le XML du Littré est imparfaitement balisé. Certains éléments ne sont pas balisés quand ils devraient l'être. Plus grave, certaines balises sont fautives. Tout ceci est le résultat de scripts mais aussi de très nombreuses corrections manuelles. Un fichier XML en UTF-8 pour chaque lettre de l'alphabet. Une DTD (approximative) est fournie. Les caractères non latins, et donc les mots grecs, ne sont pas présents.Il est possible que le balisage ait entraîné des dégâts involontaires.La ponctuation originale est conservée autant que possible, mais ce n'est pas une priorité.Dans certains cas, le texte a été corrigé. Couci est un nom d'œuvre. La confusion ID/ib est assez fréquente, pas seulement avec Couci. Les données balisées sont toutes placées sous licence Creative Commons Paternité - Partage des conditions initiales à l'identique 3.0, alias CC-BY-SA 3.0. C'est une demande récurrente. Des informations éventuellement complémentaires sont dans la FAQ du site.
Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership This article is about the regulation and trade agreement. For the chemical compound abbreviated as TTIP, see Titanium isopropoxide. The Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) is a proposed free trade agreement between the European Union and the United States, with the aim of promoting multilateral economic growth. The American government considers the TTIP a companion agreement to the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP). After a proposed draft was leaked in March 2014, the European Commission launched a public consultation on a limited set of clauses and in January 2015 published parts of an overview. If an agreement is to be made, it is not expected to be finalized before 2016. European Citizens' Initiative against TTIP and CETA, named "Stop TTIP", has been established, acquiring over 3.2 million signatures within a year. Background Proposed contents Market access Services and leaked text Industry-specific regulation Hurdles
Misused mobile UX patterns Misused mobile UX patterns If you are an experienced designer, you probably agree that being inspired by others is not stealing in UI design. It’s best practice research. Some might say that sticking to the guidelines and following others will kill creativity and, at the end of the day, all apps will look the same. 1. At least half million posts have been written about the hamburger menu, mostly by designers, arguing against it. This solution is pretty tempting and convenient for a designer: you don’t have to worry about the limited screen estate, just squeeze your whole navigation into a scrollable overlay that is hidden by default. Experiments show, however, that exposing menu options in a more visible way increases engagement, user satisfaction and even revenue. If your navigation is complex, hiding it does not make it mobile friendly. 2. Due to the limited screen estate, it also seems a no brainer to save space by replacing text labels with icons wherever possible. 3. 4. 5.
Labs - Spry framework for Ajax When Adobe first introduced Spry, our goal was to bring Ajax capabilities to the web design community, allowing designers to create web pages that provided a richer experience for the end user. As we know, however, the web evolves at a blistering pace. Over the last couple of years, frameworks such as JQuery have evolved to encompass many of the capabilities originally envisaged for Spry, making Spry as a standalone offering less relevant. As we can continue to focus our efforts in furthering the web, we have decided to no longer invest in the development of Spry. Going forward, Adobe will continue to make contributions to JQuery UI, JQuery Mobile and other frameworks so as to help web designers create rich web and mobile experiences. Download Spry from Adobe GitHub account
The Rails Initialization Process This guide goes through every method call that is required to boot up the Ruby on Rails stack for a default Rails 4 application, explaining each part in detail along the way. For this guide, we will be focusing on what happens when you execute rails server to boot your app. Paths in this guide are relative to Rails or a Rails application unless otherwise specified. If you want to follow along while browsing the Rails source code, we recommend that you use the t key binding to open the file finder inside GitHub and find files quickly. 1 Launch! Let's start to boot and initialize the app. 1.1 railties/bin/rails The rails in the command rails server is a ruby executable in your load path. If you try out this command in a Rails console, you would see that this loads railties/bin/rails. The file railties/lib/rails/cli in turn calls Rails::AppRailsLoader.exec_app_rails. 1.2 railties/lib/rails/app_rails_loader.rb The primary goal of the function exec_app_rails is to execute your app's bin/rails.
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