Sunday, January 11, 2015

How to install Intel XDK 1621

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How to install Intel XDK 1621

1) Download Installer from https://drive.google.com/file/d/0Bwz5XEcjcr4UOVZxTEdONEp3NVE/view?usp=sharing 

2) Run Installer

Install to root drive, eg C:\Intel\XDK
(xdk executable file is installed to a location as shown above)

3) You have to register an account with Intel in order to use this software.

4) Welcome Window

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Monday, January 5, 2015

iCloud

How To Set Up iCloud
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Step 1

Make sure your device is running the latest version of iOS.

If you’re setting up a new iOS device, or to update to the latest version of iOS, go to the Settings menu, tap General, and tap Software Update to see if there’s an update available.
Step 2

Turn on iCloud.

When you turn on a new iOS device or after you’ve completed the update to the latest version of iOS, follow the instructions in the setup assistant to activate your device and set up iCloud.1
If you skipped the setup process, tap the Settings icon on the Home screen, select iCloud, then enter your Apple ID.
Want to use a different Apple ID for iTunes?
Step 3

Enable automatic downloads.

To enable automatic downloads for your music, apps, and books, tap the Settings icon on the Home screen and select iTunes & App Stores.2
Step 4

Turn on iCloud for the rest of your devices.

To get the most out of iCloud, set it up everywhere.
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Thursday, January 1, 2015

101 Google Apps Scripts Basics


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101 Google Apps Script Basics - Your first script

The steps below show how to build and run a simple standalone script that creates a Google Doc and emails you a link.

1. Visit script.google.com to open the script editor.

(You'll need to be signed in to your Google account.) If this is the first time you've been to script.google.com, you'll be redirected to a page that introduces Apps Script. Click Start Scripting to proceed to the script editor.

2. Create Project

A welcome screen will ask what kind of script you want to create. Click Blank Project or Close.

3. Edit codes

Delete any code in the script editor and paste in the code below.
function createAndSendDocument() {
  // Create a new Google Doc named 'Hello, world!'
  var doc = DocumentApp.create('Hello, world!');
  // Access the body of the document, then add a paragraph.
  doc.getBody().appendParagraph('This document was created by Google Apps Script.');
  // Get the URL of the document.
  var url = doc.getUrl();
  // Get the email address of the active user - that's you.
  var email = Session.getActiveUser().getEmail();
  // Get the name of the document to use as an email subject line.
  var subject = doc.getName();
  // Append a new string to the "url" variable to use as an email body.
  var body = 'Link to your doc: ' + url;
  // Send yourself an email with a link to the document.
  GmailApp.sendEmail(email, subject, body);
}

4. Run

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