TIL - Lazy git is a nice TUI git client
April 30, 2020
TIL - Rust vec.resize() is slow in debug
April 25, 2020
I was doing some tinkering with OpenGL and some code I copied from the example
Vec::resize() to resize a vector. And I discovered this was terribly
slow when not compiled for release.
TIL - EGD Erlang library
April 23, 2020
Today, I start writing my TIL (Today I Learned) on this blog
April 23, 2020
Managing colors on Android with HSLuv
March 9, 2020
Android do not provide HSLuv support out of the box, here is a little trick to generate Android colors from an HSLuv source.
HSLuv, a developer friendly perceptual color space
March 8, 2020
As a developer, managing colors can be tedious, but there are “developer friendly” solutions, HSLuv is one of them and I will explain what it is and how it can help.
February 27, 2020
Setting up an android app from scratch without IDE
January 12, 2020
I am starting Kotlin development for Android, and as for all my developments, I’d like to use vim and command line. There are many reasons motivating me to ues a bare setup without an IDE like controlling everything, using my current toolchain and learning.
This post will describe how to make a Hello World Android application using only a text editor and command line tools.
Accessing GPIO on the beaglebone black with rust
September 5, 2019
For a small project, I needed to be able to control some GPIO with Linux. I
had some experience with the raspberry pi, but I wanted something more open
(hardware wise). I tried the beaglebone black wireless, and was pleased with the
experience. I had a minor issue, is that accessing GPIO with
sysfs was slow
(like 3Khz), and I wanted much faster GPIO.
I toyed a bit with it, and found a lower level solution I explain in this post. It’s in rust because I am learning the language, but it’s low level, so you should be able to do it in C.