18/7/2014

Compile QXmpp in Windows with full support

People keep asking me about how to compile my VoipTest example in Windows, even when they know I'm GNU/Linux only guy. Many people complains that they can hear the audio in VoipTest, but they doesn't receives the video signal, this occurs because they doesn't not compiles QXmpp with Speex, Theora and Vpx codecs.

So, in this post I will teach you how to compile QXmpp with full codec support in Windows :)

17/7/2014

Camicri Cube: Descarga de paquetes offline para Debian, Ubuntu y Mint

Cada tanto me llega alguna consulta a mi mail preguntándome sobre Sushi, huh?, muchas veces me preguntan por algún bug que quedó remanente. El problema es que en estos momentos estoy muy ocupado con el desarrollo Webcamoid y proyectos similares, y con el poco tiempo que tengo disponible, no puedo dedicarle tiempo a un proyecto minoritario.

Así que aquí les presento un programa para todos aquellos que necesitan descargar paquetes para sus distribuciones.

24/6/2014

Code highlight module

We continue adding new modules to our blog using the dynamic loader. This time, we will add a very useful module for people who needs to show source code in their posts. The following module will allow you to use the Alex Gorbatchev's SyntaxHighlighter.

Using smileys in your blog (Blogger)

In the previous post (yeah, I know, very long time since that post, but I've been very busy), here is the code for embedding some nice smileys in your blog.

7/12/2013

Loading blog modules dynamically

I just want to share a little trick that I have applied to my blog a few days ago. If you have a blog like mine, in which you talk about everything, and maybe in some of the posts you need to use a code highlighter, a math or graphics renderer, or any other kind of scrpt, but in other posts you don't need them at all, maybe you noticed for sure that loading that scripts from beginning in every page that your readers visits in your website, will slow down the page charging, and therefore will degrade the user experience in your website.
So, my idea is to load only the scripts that I need, and enable or disable them with a few minimal code. This trick can be applied to any kind of template of Blogger because the following code doesn't requires to modify it.