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.


Binary packages for Webcamoid 5.0.0b2

Many people asked me for releasing precompiled packages for their distros and finally, here you can download the packages for the most common GNU/Linux distributions.


Imágenes del FLISOL 2013 en Córdoba, Argentina

El pasado 27 de Abril de este año se llevo a cabo el FLISoL 2013 en la ciudad de Córdoba, Argentina, y como no podía ser menos, tenía ganas de ir a ver algunas de las charlas que se daban, después de todo muchas de ellas estaban muy interesantes, a continuación les dejo algunas fotos del evento.


Webcamoid 5, comming soon!

After 5 months of very hard work, I'm proud to announce the release of Webcamoid 5 Alpha 1.


Using Flex and Bison with Qt

Flex and Bison, the first is a lexical analyzer generator, and the the second a parser generator, two useful tools for making programs that reacts to a data input with a predefined structure and language, for example, we can make compilers, script interpreters and command line parsers.

This is not aimed to be a tutorial of Flex and Bison, if you want to learn how to use this programs I encourage reading their respective manuals, but a simple example on how to integrate these to Qt.