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  Login with Amazon


Many websites now allow users to login to their websites with some third party accounts such as login with Facebook or login with Twitter. This is because Facebook and Twitter have many users and they also provide a good API for third parties to access the user data. This also eases the work of users since they no need to enter the same data again and again in each website. Now Amazon also releases its own login with Amazon plugin. Now third party websites can embed the login with Amazon button...

   Login with Amazon,OAuth     2013-05-29 13:07:09


  Change password of postgres account in Postgres


When installing Postgres on Windows, there is some default account created for user to login. One of them is postgres, but we often don;t know what's the password for this account when we first login using this account. We need to change the password for this account. How to change it? Step 1. Modify the pg_hba.conffile Go to the /data/ and open the pg_hba.conf. # TYPE  DATABASE        USER            ...

   Postgres,password, user account     2013-03-04 01:51:02


  Let browser prompt for storing password when doing AJAX login


In Web 2.0 era, more and more web applications are using AJAX to replace the traditional HTML form element to perform user login. This usually provides a better user experience than form submission. But it also brings a side effect to the end users. That is the browser will not prompt the user whether s/he wants to save the password so that s/he no needs to enter the username/password again when visiting the same site next time. Below is the code snippet which does the AJAX login.  <scri...

   AJAX,Browser,Login,Password     2015-06-04 10:02:46


  Amazon unveils 8.9" Kindle Fire HD


Amazon today unveiled 7 products of Kindle family, including the $69 new Kindle; Kindle Paperwhite WiFi/3G, priced at $119 / $179; 7-inch Kindle Fire regular edition/HD version, $159/$ 199; 8.9inch Kindle Fire HD with WiFi/4G Edition at $299 /$499. However, the Amazon phone did not show up. The 8.9-inch Kindle Fire HD is today's highlight, because it looks real similar to iPad. Kindle Fire HD has the following features: 1920 x 1200 resolution, 254PPI Texas Instruments OMAP 4470 proce...

   Amazon,Kindle Fire HD,tablet     2012-09-06 19:12:05


  Mozilla releases a web identity system : Persona


Now almost every website requires the user to register, there are many benefits of registration for a website, such as retaining users, accommodating discussions, providing customized content and so on.But there is too much trouble if each site requires registration, right?Of course, users can also have their own way, for those less important sites, for example, using a unified user name, password and email so that you only need to remember one account. Then, we also see some advanced methods em...

   Mozilla,Persona,Security,ID     2012-09-28 12:02:25


  Password-less login


Most websites need user login in order to provide personalized content to visitors. The usual way is to request user to register an user account. Actually, this is not so appealing since if we need to remember one password for each website, it's troublesome, while for developers, it's their responsibility to protect password, once password is leaked, then it's a big headache to a website's business and reputation. So long time ago people started thinking about password-less login, this is a big ...

   Password-lesslogin,Authentication     2012-11-05 12:29:55


  Nimbula 'cloud operating system' spans data centers


Nimbula – the build-your-own-cloud outfit founded by Amazon's former vice president of engineering – has announced a new release of its Director platform, saying it will allow businesses to run a unified "infrastructure cloud" across geographically separate data centers. In short, this means that those using such a cloud can log into a single console to tap computing resources served up from disparate physical locations. Nimbula says that Director is the first "cloud OS" to span geo...

   Nimbula,Cloud computing,Data center,Arch     2011-08-23 08:06:39


  C++/CLR int to System::String^


In C++/CLR (for Microsoft), sometimes we need to convert int to System::String type or vice versa. The simple way is :From System::String^ to int int num= int::Parse(str); // System::String^ to int From int to System::String^ System::String^ str = num.ToString(); // int to System::String^For all the other data types, similar ways can be adopted....

   C++,CLR,Microsoft,System::String,Convert,int     2011-12-15 12:47:22


  Shortest command on Linux


Usually when we log in to a Linux system,. we may type some frequently used Linux commands such as pwd,ls, ps etc. All these commands are really simple but powerful with different options. But do you know what is the shortest command on Linux? The answer is w. According to Linux manual, w will show who is logged on and what they are doing on the system. w displays information about the users currently on the machine, and their processes. The header shows, in this order, the current time, how l...

   Linux,w,shortest command     2014-04-30 11:07:38


  Bill Gates : Ctrl+Alt+Del was a mistake


Microsoft chairman Bill Gates admitted that Ctrl+Alt+Del command was a mistake when he was in a fund raising campaign at Harvard University last week. This command was initially designed to reboot the system. David Rubenstein, the Harvard fund raising campaign chairman, asked Bill Gates : "Why when I turn on my software or computer do I need to have my three fingers to press control,alt and delete? Whose idea was that?" The answer given by Bill Gates is : "Basically because when you turn your co...

   Bill Gates,Ctrl-Alt-Del,Mistake     2013-09-26 23:28:37