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 More on Andronos

  • January 29th, 2010
  • 12:29 am

14 releases later, and Andronos (my Sonos controller for Android) is actually looking pretty good. My 1337 gui skills have been at work, and in my own opinion, the application has been styled somewhat nicely. Basic functionality is present: Detect and list available zones Group zones together Stop/play/next/previous Playlist management Browse music Browse radio stations […]

 Andronos, Sonos remote control for Android

  • January 10th, 2010
  • 11:16 pm

Lately, I’ve been working on my first real project for Android, a remote control for my Sonos system, so that I can finally get rid of my iPhone (which I am only using for that purpose). This has been quite a learning experience, both in regard to Android and Sonos – Sonos is controlled using […]

 Using ActAs with Metro

  • January 5th, 2010
  • 12:18 pm

Yesterday, I wrote about how to implement an STS with Metro. The reason for implementing an STS in the first place is that it enables identity delegation, something you probably want if you need to access a service on behalf of a specific user. The general flow is that the user authenticates, probably using SSO […]

 Building an STS with Metro

  • January 4th, 2010
  • 10:25 pm

One of my recent tasks has been to see if it was possible to implement an OIO-Trust-compliant STS using the Metro stack from Sun. Metro contains WSIT, which has a number of classes for building an STS, so it’s not that hard. However, large portions of the code is quite undocumented, so I decided to […]

 Gnome Do in XMonad

  • December 2nd, 2009
  • 10:15 pm

I recently started using Gnome Do as a launcher in xmonad – not to replace the good old XMonad.Prompt, but because it integrates quite nicely into some other OS features. For example, suspending is a matter of pressing Ctrl-Alt-space and entering susp. There are a lot of other nice features like that. I still use […]

 Karmic Koala

  • October 29th, 2009
  • 9:50 pm

Ubuntu 9.10 (Karmic Koala) is out, so I decided to upgrade. The upgrade process itself went fine, but it seems there were some other changes to the system, which affected me. I’m running on a MacBook Pro Santa Rosa with 4 GB mem, which means that if I use the standard 32 bit kernel, I […]

 Twit me

  • October 28th, 2009
  • 10:57 pm

I missed the Facebook thing, but it seems that after JAOO, I got sucked somewhat into Twitter. I’m still a little uncertain as to the actual value of it, but it’s always nice to have somewhere to let out your incoherent frustrations. One of the first issues that creep up is whether to write on […]

 Fun with JXTA

  • October 26th, 2009
  • 10:46 pm

Recently, I’ve been messing around with JXTA – one of the things you might have heard about at some point (like JINI, for example), but never really given any thought to. Probably rightly so, because it’s only interesting if you do any kind of P2P. And not just human peers. Anyways, we’re planning on using […]

 Hudson Plugin for Eclipse 1.0.8

  • October 1st, 2009
  • 11:50 pm

It’s been a while, but thanks to a couple of contributions, I finally managed to release the next version of the Hudson plugin for Eclipse, this time version 1.0.8. There are a couple of new features: Non-blocking refreshes, Date and time-information for the builds, support for HTTP Basic Auth, and a couple of bugfixes. Check […]

 Best feature ever in Eclipse 3.5

  • September 26th, 2009
  • 10:46 am

I recently decided to switch from regular Eclipse to the SpringSource Tool Suite, as we do quite a lot of Spring projects, and not having auto-completion in the XML files is kinda stupid. This also meant upgrading from Eclipse 3.4 to 3.5, and this is where I accidentally ran into the best feature addition ever […]