I am a technical director at ZyLAB USA.

I used to be a Principal Developer at SDL, working mostly on the Tridion WCMS product.

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comment Can Firebase sign policy and signature for Amazon S3
Ah, I see it in the article now: there's a section "Secured Approach with Server" that describes using node.js on a server of your own to generate a signature. Although you could probably run the code in a browser (although I can't get crypto to work in a quick try), I don't think you would gain any security through that. And you can't run arbitrary code on Firebase's servers.
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comment Can Firebase sign policy and signature for Amazon S3
Let me get this straight: you're uploading an image from a Phonegap/Cordova application to Amazon S3. And now you want to add security to that uploading process?
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revised Value cannot be empty. Parameter name: userName
grammar, spelling
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comment http://schemas.microsoft.com/winfx/2006/xaml/presentation definition
That is because the compiler has an internal string that it uses to find the XAML in your XML. It essentially does document.getElementsByTagNameNS("http://schemas.microsoft.com/winfx/2006/xaml/p­resentation", "Window"). By modifying the namespace in your XML, you've ensures that the compiler can't find the XAML anymore. That why I said in my first comment "as long as the string it unique and the same string is used by all parties involved with the XML, it is fine". If you would modify the string in the compiler (not a realistic option here, but at other times it is) it would work again.
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comment http://schemas.microsoft.com/winfx/2006/xaml/presentation definition
Yes you can. All an xmlns does is identify what namespace to use. The fact that it sometimes/often is a URL that points to an actual schema is a convention, but is not needed for the functioning of namespaces. All that is needed for the latter is that we all use the same string if we're talking about the same namespace.
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comment For Loops and Drawing - Java
Just having some fun with loops. This will produce the output you're looking for: for(int b = 0; b < 5; b++ ) { for (int j=0; j < 5-b ; j++) { System.out.print(" "); } for (int j=0; j < (b*2)-1; j++) { System.out.print("*"); } System.out.println(); }
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comment Firebase searching capability?
Related (though somewhat old and hopefully outdated): stackoverflow.com/questions/15671000/…
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comment Get HTTP content
Ah... hold on, I see what you mean. I missed that this is looking for the request "headers". That is indeed different (though the answer is the same).
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comment Get HTTP content
@Brad: Are you sure? "Accessing the web page's HTTP Headers in JavaScript". I must admit, I immediately clicked through to stackoverflow.com/questions/12258705/…, which has the same answer as you gave: "not possible, unless".
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comment Get HTTP content
See stackoverflow.com/questions/220231/…
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comment Showing loading indication while loading XML
Something like this? stackoverflow.com/questions/1964839/…
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reviewed Leave Open python if statement too long and ugly, is there a way to shorten it
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reviewed Close How to bind events to HTML injected from AJAX requests
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reviewed Leave Open How to specify the representation type for an enum?
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reviewed Close Scala case match type erasure warning
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reviewed Close Is it possible to style a title? (and with CSS or js?)
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reviewed Close Resource interpreted as Script but transferred with MIME type image/png
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