Posted by Kris Korsmo in Aviation on March 17, 2014
So it's been more than a week since Malaysia Airlines flight 370 went missing. The entire world is speculating on what happened to the airplane, so I'll go ahead and add my scenario. It's not as exotic as the current hijacking scenarios, but I think it's a lot more realistic.
I've been trying out Semantic-UI recently and it really appeals to me on a lot of levels. I thought I'd show a quick example of how to bind one dropdown (Semantic's version of a select form field) to another. This comes in handy if you're trying to filter the options of one based on the other.
A while back - too long ago - I started a series of blog posts about getting up and running with Jenkins for continuous integration. I left off with talking about Apache ANT (which stands for Another Neat Tool). ANT is basically XML which allows you to tell Jenkins the steps you'd like to take to "build" your site continuously. Installing ANT was not as straightforward as I thought, so I'd like to share a bit of my experience so that hopefully it will be smooth sailing for you.