MartinodF

Milan, Italy

martinodf.com

Age: 27

Ninja, all things web-related.

May
27
awarded Yearling
Feb
7
awarded Good Answer
Jan
17
awarded Guru
Oct
19
awarded Autobiographer
Sep
23
comment adb remount permission denied, but able to access super user in shell -- android
@Jayesh No, you need to be rooted to run su. That's pretty much the point of rooting ;)
Jul
17
comment Percentage width in a RelativeLayout
You could even specify android:visibility="invisible" on the strut to skip the onDraw call ;)
Jul
17
answered FrameLayout inside RelativeLayout
Jul
17
comment Load an Object using Gson
Gson instances are even thread-safe, so you can share one across multiple threads safely!
Jul
15
revised Track the velocity of a moving view
MotionEvent.offsetLocation
Jul
15
answered Track the velocity of a moving view
Jul
11
awarded Civic Duty
Jun
13
awarded Custodian
Jun
13
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Lockscreen widget needs 2 clicks on any view to have the desired action
Mar
26
comment adb remount permission denied, but able to access super user in shell -- android
Not that I know of! When you run "su" you should get a Superuser popup on the phone asking if you want to authorize it. Are you sure that Superuser is working fine and that it's not configured to block adb root?
Mar
26
comment adb remount permission denied, but able to access super user in shell -- android
@Michael at which step are you getting the error? Is your phone rooted? What root app are you using (SuperSU, Superuser, ...)?
Feb
13
comment Magento: Lighttpd vs Nginx
@h0tw1r3 By the way, your should read the SO FAQ section on voting down: "Use your downvotes whenever you encounter an egregiously sloppy, no-effort-expended post, or an answer that is clearly and perhaps dangerously incorrect." I really don't think my answer qualifies.
Feb
13
awarded Informed
Feb
13
comment Magento: Lighttpd vs Nginx
I'm afraid I don't have enough time right now to do an exhaustive research. If you google "Lighttpd Nginx" yourself you will find plenty of benchmarks and comparisons. Whether you want to decide what to use based on those synthetic benchmarks is up to you. When I answered this question Lighttpd and Nginx seemed pretty much on par as far as performance goes, so I suggested the more popular (by more than an order of magnitude) choice. In my mind, more popular means more resources, tutorials, SO questions and such to help you in case you need it, which is always good for a beginner.
Dec
27
awarded Editor
Dec
27
revised What technical details should a programmer of a web application consider before making the site public?
Add normalize.css as an alternative to the older reset stylesheets.
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