I am using the Visual.Syntax code highlighting plugin by Matthew Delmarter. There were some code highlighter plugins out there, but they were all pretty complicated and the output was fancier – a little too fancy. I wanted something simple to copy/paste from and Visual.Syntax won the day for me. iG:Syntax Hiliter is a close second and I may still use it some day. It does neat things like line numbering and highlighting for a large amount of languages; but I did not find it as simple to use as Visual.Syntax. In case you were wondering, both of them work with WordPress 2.x.
- MQTT vs Websockets vs HTTP/2: The Best IoT Messaging Protocol?September 4, 2015 - 9:38 am
While doing any sort of development for an Internet of Things (IoT) connected device such as an Arduino, Raspberry Pi, or other embedded platform, the question inevitably comes up as to what is the best messaging protocol to use? Assuming your application can’t use straight up web pages, there are really two viable options at […]
- A Simple Go TCP Server and TCP ClientFebruary 2, 2015 - 11:47 pm
Golang is a new-ish programming language that has really come into its own. It is a portable language which runs across many platforms; but allows advanced system and memory access unlike other web programming languages. There are a number of readily available packages which extend the functionality of Go without re-inventing the wheel, so you […]