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February 2013 Archives

Getting repetitive tasks done quickly and efficiently - New Toronto Group

Getting repetitive tasks done quickly and efficiently

| February 20th, 2013 by Rod Nolan

I'm working on a project right now where I often have to grab a master copy of a single file, paste it into my current working directory and open it for editing. My environment is Windows 7.Since the master file exists in a static location, I wrote a batch script to copy the file into my current directory and open it. copy %ANT_HOME%\..\..\build.xml . /-Y build.xmlThe first line of this script will…

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NTG at Upcoming BlackBerry Experience Forums: NYC, March 4 and Chicago, March 6 - New Toronto Group

NTG at Upcoming BlackBerry Experience Forums: NYC, March 4 and Chicago, March 6

| February 06th, 2013 by Andrew Smith

New Toronto Group will have a booth at the BlackBerry Experience Forum on March 4 in New York City at the Marriott Marquis Hotel.  http://www.blackberryexperienceforum.com/about/index/event/13.We will also be in Chicago on March 6 at The Sheraton Chicago Hotel. http://www.blackberryexperienceforum.com/about/index/event/17Come and see our sample BB10 apps we've been working on and we can tell you about…

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I Love You Implicitly - New Toronto Group

I Love You Implicitly

| February 04th, 2013 by Sean Hopen

I can see that learning to develop with C++ and Qt can be daunting at first. Here's my tip: If you're learning Cascades, make sure you don't skim over "Implicit Sharing". It's a very cool feature of Qt/Cascades, that lets  you relax about memory management, and stay efficient at the same time. Briefly, implicit sharing allows you to pass objects around in arguments and return values without making…

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Adding an X to Close a noty.js Notification - New Toronto Group

Adding an X to Close a noty.js Notification

| February 04th, 2013 by Chad Upton

By Chad Upton - senior consultantNoty is a jQuery plugin for doing popup notifications in a browser. They're simple, pretty, and they slide in like toast style notifications on the desktop.They can be positioned at the top, side, bottom or even in a custom container. Here's a screen capture of one that slides in from the top:Noty does have a built in way to do confirmation buttons, but it adds an additional…

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