|Related to : Hosted ASP.net application returning to log in page|
|Use Google Cloud Storage from PHP application (not hosted on App Engine)|
Yes, the google-api-php-client library can be used outside of
AppEngine. There is a PHP Example Tutorial to help you get started.
|Reading a website using C# Agility Pack from a proxied server application hosted in IIS 7|
The Identity of the Application pool does not have the required
permission to access the proxy server.
You can either set the identity of your application pool to a user
that would have permissions, or set the identity of a user within the
var request = WebRequest.Create("http://foo.bar/file.doc");
request.Credentials = new System.Net.NetworkCredential("username",
|MySQL LIKE pattern matching returning empty set when it should be returning values|
Use a regular expression instead of a SQL Server style LIKE pattern:
WHERE description REGEXP '^..[aeiou].*$';
For those who don't read documentation thoroughly, the documentation
The other type of pattern matching provided by MySQL uses extended
regular expressions. When you test for a match for this type of
pattern, use the REGEXP and NOT REGEXP op
|Detect context in Self-hosted Web Api|
I would suggest something like this, using Castle Windsor (although
the principle is the same with other IOC/DI frameworks)
if(HttpRuntime.AppDomainAppId != null) //it's a web app
else //it's a windows app
|Cross-platform Hosted Continuous Integration|
It can be built on top of Jenkins and an IaaS provider.
Jenkins would be on charge of polling GitHub (or receive post commit
hooks from it) and run builds on slaves nodes. You would need three
slaves, one for each required platform (Linux, Windows and OSX). It
wuold be an open-source based solution, since Jenkins, Linux and the
OSX core are Open Source (not Windows, of course).