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Online JSON Viewer

Online JSON Viewer

Online javascript beautifier Installer OpenSSL sur un poste windows Faille de sécurité Heartbleed - OpenSSL 1.0.1 -> Voir ici Pour effectuer certaines opérations de cryptographie (création d'une clef privée, génération d'un CSR, conversion d'un certificat...) sur un poste windows nous pouvons utiliser l'outil OpenSSL. Accéder au site officiel : Puis télécharger le programme "binaire" pour Windows : > related > Binaries : Pour les opérations standards de cryptographie liées aux certificats, la version "Lite" suffira à nos besoins. Pour certaines versions de systèmes Windows (Windows 2000, windows XP...), il vous faudra aussi installer "Visual C++ 2008 Redistributables". Utiliser OpenSSL sur un poste Windows L'installation standard d'OpenSSL sur un poste Windows est effectuée sur "C:\OpenSSL-Win32" et l'exécutable est situé dans le sous répertoire "bin". a) Fichier de configuration par défaut : openssl.cnf Exemple de la ligne de commande à executer : OpenSSL cas d'utilisation Manuel OpenSSL

Reading and Writing Local Files in Flash Player 10 at Mike Chambers One of the new features in Flash Player 10 are new ActionScript FileReference APIs that allow Flash content to directly read and write data to the user's system. Prior to Flash Player 10, in order to read or write a file to the user's system, Flash content would first have to bounce it off of a server, and then load it back to the users system before it could be accessed. This was not only a hassle to program, but added additional application latency and resource usage. The new functionality is achieved through the addition of two new APIs on the FileReference class: <!--more--> FileReference.load() : Loads data from a file selected by the : Saves data to a file location selected by the user. A couple of points to keep in mind: The load() and save() APIs can only be called in response to user interaction (such as a button click). Below are two examples that show how to use the APIs. Read a file from the users system: Write a file to the users system:

Best Free Open Source Web Resources for Web Developers | WebAppers Livestream - Be There :: Broadcast LIVE streaming video Data-binding Revolutions with Object.observe() In November 2015, it was announced on esdiscuss that the Object.observe() proposal is being withdrawn from TC39. Introduction A revolution is coming. There’s a new addition to JavaScript that’s going to change everything you think you know about data-binding. It’s also going to change how many of your MVC libraries approach observing models for edits and updates. Are you ready for some sweet performance boosts to apps that care about property observation? Okay. Object.observe(), part of a future ECMAScript standard, is a method for asynchronously observing changes to JavaScript objects...without the need for a separate library. // Let's say we have a model with data var model = {}; // Which we then observe Object.observe(model, function(changes){ // This asynchronous callback runs changes.forEach(function(change) { // Letting us know what changed console.log(change.type,, change.oldValue); }); }); Anytime a change is made, it gets reported: What do we want to observe? (Demo) Woo!

Build Desktop Apps with JavaScript and Node WebKit by Ben Farrell on February 10, 2014 The modern web is always changing, and this article is more than two years old. By Ben Farrell I’m a big fan of platforms that enable me to experiment and do creative things. While current browsers are occasionally limiting, the languages and underlying tech we use in browsers are not. What if we could approach the problem from a different angle? Node-WebKit is created and developed in the Intel Open Technology Center. Why Node.js? Maybe you like Ruby, Python, or another awesome language that offers the capabilities that I’m talking about. Javascript is, of course, common to working with Node.js and WebKit, and that is its biggest positive in this case. Application development feels extremely cohesive with Node WebKit. Getting Started Over the past year, working with Node WebKit has become much easier because of tools like Yeoman. Before you start though, there are a few prerequisites: With all of this setup, go ahead and create your project directory.

Another nice tool for json by jamesmalvi Sep 20