So what is my requirement?
- Initially I want to have full-stack application, but I finally decided that I want to separate Frontend and API project.
- I will host this application on Azure Web App Service and because this is a managed service, I don’t need to deal with setup the environment for deployment, no need to setup dedicated VM, just focus on development.
Where do I start?
For API project I don’t really mind whether I should use Node.js or ASP.NET Core. But again, since I don’t want to write everything from scratch, so I end up using LoopBack. LoopBack is more than sufficient to my scenario. So for the API part… it’s settled.
And here’s come the troublesome part, The Frontend part that using Angular 2. ?
I’ve been using Angular 2 for couples of months now and in general, I’m pretty much like it. It was not the same impression I had when I was trying Angular 1. I like it because it feels familiar for those who already using Handlebars.js and TypeScript. read more…
When we said that we love music, does it means that we only love specific genre of the music or all kind of music? For me, I love all kind of music and I’ve never been a fanatic fans of any music performer or singer out there.
When they release the music or song that I like, then I like them. If I don’t like it, then I don’t listen to it. It’s good that these days we have iTunes and Spotify, because we don’t need to buy the whole albums and we don’t need to spend money on the track that we don’t listen.
I was a fanatic fans to Linux and Open Source Technology. It’s true, I really like all about them and I hate Apple and Microsoft. Yes, that was me before I finally realize that when I said that I love Information Technology (IT), Computer Science, Software Engineering, I can’t say I only love specific technology or a platform. But I need to learn and familiar with all of them. read more…
FFmpeg is a complete, cross-platform solution to record, convert and stream audio and video. I personally use it for doing video conversion for my mobile phone and DVD player. I made some bash scripts that can help us to work with those tasks.
#!/bin/bash ffmpeg -i "$1" -sameq -acodec copy -vcodec copy -ss "$2" -t "$3" "cut-$1"
How To Use:
cut-video.sh videofile startpos length
$ cut-video.sh video.mp4 00:00:00 00:05:00
The example told the script to cut video.mp4 start from the beginning for five minutes in length. The result will be saved on the same directory with “cut-“ prefix. read more…