Angular 2 is in Developer preview, and it’s a fun framework to play with. Since I’m using Typescript, I need up-to-date Typescript bindings.
At the time of writing, the typescript bindings published for the Angular 2 alpha builds is sometimes lagging behind.
So I’m building them myself.
I need a test OS X system to use in Vagrant. I’m using VMWare Fusion, it supports OS X virtual machines and Vagrant provides an official plugin to work with VMware. VMWare Fusion and the VMWare Vagrant plugin arent’t free, but well worth the money.
Since you cannot download a prepackaged vagrant VMWare OS X box, we’re going to build it ourselves.
I like to take lots of pictures. I also have multiple macs running, and I wanted some of the photos to appear on one mac, and some of them on the other. I also want to have these photos imported in Apple Photos.
The thing is: how do you process media files on a smartphone (iPhone in my case, but the same thing could be said from any other smartphone) and create a unified photo library out of it, on multiple machines?
A great solution to sync stuff between devices is Dropbox. With their Carousel app, it already integrates nicely into my phone, placing new photos into a
Camera Rollfolder. Dropbox is also available for almost every platform, making this process applicable on more than just an iPhone and a Mac.
To use Angular HTML5 mode effectively, we need some rewrite rules to direct traffic to our Angular single-page application. Undertow support rewrite rules through a predicate. This article outlines how you can write a predicate and apply it to your code.
Maven is renowned for it’s verbose output, so adding a little color certainly helps to interpret it’s output better.
tl;dr You can get your new Belfius DIGIPASS working by following these instructions
- I only have one device to use Belfius Direct Net and access eID protected sites.
- I can enter my eID PIN code on the DIGIPASS, making the process more secure.
It worked great on Mavericks. Belfius made efforts to get it working on Mac OS X Yosemite, but sadly, it never worked properly on my main machine.
I decided to perform a complete reinstall, and it still didn’t work properly. The DIGIPASS worked very well on other macs in my family, so I decided to figure some stuff out. This is what I found.
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