How to access a remote sqlite database file: sqlitedb.tcl + sqlitedb.php

sqlitedb.tcl package Purpose: Database connectivity package to establish a connection to a remote sqlite database file via http protocol and with the aid of the SqliteDB PHP interface. Be aware that this package is a proove of concept and far from complete. Continue reading...

How to add search to a static site

How to add search functionality to a static web site Hugo a static web site generator and lunr.js Since version 0.20 Hugo has a build in capability to create a (customized) index file of available markdown documents down below the content directory tree. Continue reading...

Tcl/Tk xtablelist

XTablelist Package A kind of TclOO code example to show how an existing widget can be extended to add more sub-commands to it. Purpose A TclOO class to extend the fabulous tablelist widget. TclOO naming conventions public methods - starts with lower case declaration names, whereas private methods - starts with uppercase naming, so we use CamelCase … Widget commands xtablelist::xtablelist Continue reading...

Tcl/tk BWidget_patch

BWidget_patch A patch to fix some problems with BWidget 1.9.10. Please double check with the actual version of BWidget currently in use, maybe this has become already obsolete over time. Purpose This package solves some issues with BWidget in conjunction with the ttk widget set. Continue reading...

ImageFlow for Hugo

ImageFlow for Hugo Hugo is a static site generator, whereas ImageFlow implements a nice interactive image gallery on-top of hugo’s infrastructure. Example: jQuery(document).ready(function() { var instanceOne = new ImageFlow(); instanceOne.init( { ImageFlowID: 'myImageFlow', xStep: 100, opacity: true, slider: true, captions: true, slideshow: true, slideshowAutoplay: true, slideshowSpeed: 4000, startID: 2, onClick: function() { $. Continue reading...

Tcl/tk

Tcl Tcl (Tool Command Language) is a very powerful but easy-to-learn dynamic programming language, suitable for a very wide range of use cases: including web and desktop applications, networking, administration, testing and many more. Open source and business-friendly, Tcl is a mature yet evolving language that is truly cross-platform, easily deployed and highly extensible. Continue reading...