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Self Hosted Chrome Extension

It is just a question of time that you will need a self hosted repository. You can avoid to use the public Chrome Webstore. With the following steps you will have your own private Webstore in a couple of minutes. In the following days I will show you how to do it for the new […]

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Convert an Userscript to a Chrome Extension

Let me show you an example how to convert a Userscript like “Pinterest without registration” to a basic Chrome Extension. Get the Userscript from https://greasyfork.org/en/scripts/6325-pinterest-without-registration. Install it to Tampermonkey or Greasemonkey. Test it at http://pinterest.com Create a new directory on your disk like “ChromeExtensionPinterest” Create inside this directory a file “content.js” Create inside this directory […]

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OSLC Vocabularies

When you create some SPARQL Queries you have to know the vocabularies. A good source of information is: https://jazz.net/ns/ https://<clsmserver&gt;:9443/lqe/web/admin/vocabularies http://open-services.net/wiki/core/Vocabulary-index/ or the big, bit picture http://lov.okfn.org/dataset/lov/

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Are Greasemonkey and Tampermonkey an Alternative to Browserextensions?

Because Browserextensions are not so easy to create, I wonder if Userscript running with the help of Greasemonkey (Firefox Extension) or Tampermonkey (Chrome and Firefox Extension) are better. Let me share my findings: Pro Userscript: Tons of Userscript are available Some Documentation is available but mostly not very recent Easy to deploy on your local […]

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Breaking News: OSLC4JS (Javascript + OSLC) is available

Maybe you already know it…yesterday I discovered OSLC for Javascript “OSLC4JS”. Details at http://oslc.github.io/developing-oslc-applications/oslc-open-source-node-projects.html.   The following picture provide a brief overview of  OSLC4JS and the related sub-project.  

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Part1: Your first RTC Browser Plugin (without functionality)

A Chrome Browser Plugin has a lot of different files and also the correct configuration is very important. To avoid pitfalls you can use the Extensionizr. Within 15 seconds you will get a functional Chrome extension! Overview Before we start just an overview “what is what…”. Background Script/Page: Background pages defined by background.html can include JavaScript code […]

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Create and Deploy your WAR File to Liberty Application Server V8.5.5.8

To work with your Open Social Widget you have to deploy it to Liberty. Because Liberty is a little bit different then Tomcat…let me give you some hints. Requirement: RTC 6.0.1 or higher Deployment “How To”: Go to your Liberty install directory i.e. “C:\IBM\JazzTeamServer602m3\server\liberty”. Change to “C:\IBM\JazzTeamServer602m3\server\liberty\servers\clm”. You will see a dropins directory. Copy the WAR […]

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