Archive for June, 2013

Google Android development team – you’re a bunch of whores!

Why std is so fu**ing old??????

need to write your own to_string function

string to_string (int num)
ostringstream convert; // stream used for the conversion

convert << num; // insert the textual representation of ‘Number’ in the characters    in the stream

return convert.str();


this helped

I needed to parse JSON response from a server.

I did my research and the most important thing i looked for was SIMPLICITY of API and small number of files to integrate to my existing project.

Finally, I found what I was looking for. Not something fancy JSON library but rather a very simple one that does the trick very nicely without any obvious bugs.


The code to print every Json response:

found this nice question and great answer

works great

I needed to secure my jquery mobile pages. Because it depends on user authentication to the server first.

I use this code for example to prevent the page from loading until user is logged in and redirect it to a login/register page:

$(document).bind(“pagebeforechange”, function (event, data) {

//alert (“trying”);
if (typeof data.toPage == ‘object’ && data.toPage.attr(‘data-needs-auth’) == ‘true’) {
//alert (“token= ” + sessionStorage.getItem(“token”));
if (!sessionStorage.getItem(“token”)) {
pageVars.returnAfterLogin = data;
//alert (“going to login page”);
$.mobile.changePage(“#login”, { changeHash: false });
else {
//alert (“going to normal page”);
//sessionStorage.setItem(‘token’, localStorage.getItem(“token”));

and mark the page like this

<div id=”workoutspage” data-role=”page”  data-needs-auth=”true”>

I had the original page init code in the devicereadyevent and I had to move it to the pageshow event. like so:

$(‘#workoutspage’).live(‘pageshow’, function (event) {

… init page stuff …


i had to do it like this becuase the devicereadyevent happens anyways no matter what. And i wanted to load the secured page content only if the actual page is loading…  (took it from here