This post documents a snippet of code that can be added to Browser class in JavaFX WebView sample, to extract OAuth 2.0 authorization code.
Assuming you’ve configured WebView’s WebEngine to load the authorization URL, the authorization service will redirect you to the redirect_uri specified in the authorization URL, after a user logs in successfully. It will pass along the code parameter, that can be extracted as follows
I am studying the excellent ScintillaNET code editing component, to enable basic JSON editing in a .NET application.
Inspired by the C# code highlighting example, here’s the code snippet to enable basic JSON syntax highlighting
This post explores how you can run Buildroot in a Docker container. Follow the getting started to install Docker. I prefer using Docker with the PowerShell prompt on Windows 10.
To download and run the ubuntu image in a new container
docker run -it ubuntu bash
From another command prompt, run the following to find container id
docker ps -l
-a option to see all containers
docker ps -a
exit to exit bash shell and stop container.
To return to container created earlier
docker start -ai container_id
Update apt-get package cache so that you can search and install additional packages
You should now be able to search
apt-cache search wget
And install your favorite tools
apt-get install wget
tar xvzf buildroot-2016.11.2.tar.gz
Install dependencies required to run Buildroot
apt-get install patch cpio python unzip rsync bc bzip2 ncurses-dev git make g++
Go ahead and build your Linux system.