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IE6, IE7, IE8, IE9, IE10, IE11 Offline Installers Download Links

Direct download links to IE6:

Internet Explorer 6 along with SP1 and language packs download links

Direct download links to IE7:

IE7 for Windows XP SP2

Windows Server 2003 32-bit

Windows Server 2003 64-bit

Windows Server 2003 ia64-bit

Direct download links to IE8:

IE8 for Windows XP

IE8 for Windows Server 2003 32-bit

IE8 for Windows Server 2003 64-bit

IE8 for Windows Vista and Windows Server 2008 32-bit

IE8 for Windows Vista and Windows Server 2008 64-bit

Direct download links to IE9:

IE9 for Windows Vista and Windows Server 2008 32-bit

IE9 for Windows Vista and Windows Server 2008 64-bit

IE9 for Windows 7 32-bit

IE9 for Windows 7 64-bit

Direct download links to IE10:

IE10 for Windows 7 32-bit

IE10 for Windows 7 64-bit

IE10 for Windows Server 2008 64-bit

Direct download links to IE11:

IE11 offline installers

IE6, IE7, IE8, IE9, IE10, IE11 Offline Installers Download Links

P.S – to turn off Chrome Framework from IE:

go to “HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE (or CURRENT_USER)\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion \Internet Settings\User Agent\Post Platform” and delete “chromeframe” entry if it’s there

2016 new year’s resolution

https://wordpress.com/stats/day/edisonideas.wordpress.com

Ways to debug js in IE when the developer tool isn’t working

I spent a whole day trying to figure out how to get the developer tool work in IEv11 yesterday but couldn’t. All I wanted was to see the user-agent string from the browser session (I’ve logged the string to window.console). In the end I just gave up and dump the string to a local txt file on C:\ drive, here’s the simple code:

 var fso = new window.ActiveXObject("Scripting.FileSystemObject");
 var fh = fso.OpenTextFile("c:\\datadata.txt", 8, false, 0);
 fh.WriteLine(navigator.userAgent);
 fh.Close();

Just make sure you created an empty text file c:\datadata.txt before you run the code.

Alternatively you can write a simple html page that calls js methods to check the output:

<html>
    <head>
       
          function detectUserAgent() {
             document.write(navigator.userAgent);
          }
      
    </head>
   <body>
       
          detectUserAgent()
       
    </body>
  </html>

Happy debugging 🙂

Ways to refer to angularJS script source in web pages

  1. If you have a pure html page, can refer to the scripts from angularJS site directly

https://code.angularjs.org/1.2.9/angular.min.js

https://code.angularjs.org/1.2.9/angular-route.min.js

https://code.angularjs.org/1.2.9/angular-resource.min.js

  1. If you have a mavenised project, can download the angularJS jar from maven and refer to the scripts from jsp page like this

http://${pageContext.request.contextPath}/webjars/angularjs/1.2.9/angular.min.js

http://${pageContext.request.contextPath}/webjars/angularjs/1.2.9/angular-route.min.js

http://${pageContext.request.contextPath}/webjars/angularjs/1.2.9/angular-resource.min.js

Pom.xml

<dependency>
<groupId>org.webjars</groupId>
<artifactId>angularjs</artifactId>
<version>1.2.9</version>
</dependency>

 

 

Proper JAVA date conversion

http://stackoverflow.com/questions/2580925/simpledateformat-parsing-date-with-z-literal

ISO 8601 Standard

Your String complies with the ISO 8601 standard (of which the mentioned RFC 3339 is a profile).

Avoid j.u.Date

The java.util.Date and .Calendar classes bundled with Java are notoriously troublesome. Avoid them.

Instead use either the Joda-Time library or the new java.time package in Java 8. Both use ISO 8601 as their defaults for parsing and generating string representations of date-time values.

You can simply and conveniently pass your string to their constructors.

Joda-Time

Example in Joda-Time 2.5.

DateTimeZone timeZone = DateTimeZone.forID( "Europe/Paris" ):
DateTime dateTime = new DateTime( "2010-04-05T17:16:00Z", timeZone );

Convert to UTC.

DateTime dateTimeUtc = dateTime.withZone( DateTimeZone.UTC );

Convert to a java.util.Date if necessary.

java.util.Date date = dateTime.toDate();

Solving Prize-Collecting Traveling Salesman Problem

http://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007%2F978-3-540-72393-6_9

Goodbye arrogant google

Goodbye arrogant google | worldhotdeals//

My google developer account was disabled due to being unable to update my published apps to conform to their silly rules (they forced me to remove ‘android’ from my app name) using their provided tools, I’ve informed them the flaw of their tools back in September that stopped me from updating the published apps and I got no reply. I recently found their adsense support forum and posted my question on it, and here is their arrogant reply putting the blame all back to me. I feel I must share this ‘master piece’ to show how arrogant the giant Google is becoming and how they disrespect the small developers (maybe unbeneficial to support for their size and fame nowadays) that helped them catching up with the mighty ios in such a short amount of time.

For me it’s goodbye to Google for ever– I’ll continue to use the tools they provide (why not?) but I won’t contribute to their techonology any more… Good luck with the after life without developer’s support Google!

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Date: Sat, 27 Dec 2014 05:22:47 -0800
From: adsense+APn2wQeguttRJFsIUH_zJeiBifdMigmePLy0IX_lOODb2i468gokYfoN@googleproductforums.com
To: adsense@googleproductforums.com
Subject: Re: Google Developer Account disabled‏

Developers who play fast and loose with the policies often find themselves with the short stick. You’ve had your AdSense account disabled and now your Android developer account is disabled. If you had started out by reading and following Google’s policies, you would still have working accounts with those products.

 
Basically, you have committed suicide. Flagrant violators don’t really need more chances to wreck havoc in the system.
 
I suggest you waltz over to the iOS side of things. I strongly suggest you read and follow their policies to the letter or you’ll be wasting your time with them. There isn’t much left after iOS and Android.
 
Good bye and good luck to you.
John Coryat via AdSense Help Forum
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> Date: Thu, 25 Dec 2014 08:34:24 -0800
> From: Victor Lee
gmail+APn2wQeS2Q5C2EWxMZCGYVJJFI4v887_qeqhzLDTGQnznlvSLkqxCggkv_@googleproductforums.com
> To: gmail@googleproductforums.com
> Subject: [Gmail Forum] Google Developer Account disabled
>
> I received a letter on 23/12/2014 asking me to accept the updated Developer Distribution Agreement (“DDA”) for the Google Play developer account registered to the primary account email address vic_lee2004@hotmail.co.uk. But when I tried to login to my account it seems to be already locked – as I was redirected to a ‘Unable to access a Google product’ page.
>
> Similar things happened to my developer account earlier this year, I got notification to rename one of my android app ‘Android Geek’ because it has ‘android’ in it but despite countless attempts I couldn’t save my changes in deveoper console – I sent quite a few emails to your customer support but got no reply. And of course the app was taken offline eventually following no actions – impossible to make with your tools.
>
> Last year you shut down my admod/adsense account without any beforehand reasons/warnings – effectively erased my stable mobile app income all of a sudden.
>
> Throughout the years of my android developer experience, I feel Google is a technically strong company but with less and less respect to the massive developers that made your platform a huge success – your tools and customer support to developers are really poor below par. I believe a lot of developers lost passion and abandoned android development just for that reason.
>
> This is my last attempt to raise my account issue to you – more importantly to bring your attention to the poor customer experience to the massive developers.I won’t be surprised if it gets no attention this time and tbh I don’t really care any more…
>
—————————————————————————————————————————-From: vic_lee2004@hotmail.co.uk
To: googleplay-developer-support@google.com
Subject: RE: [3-1629000004837]
Date: Thu, 11 Sep 2014 22:04:11 +0000

To whom this may concern,

I am very disappointed in your reply to my dispute, not because you remain your initial decision to suspend my app, but because you completely ignored the complaint in my original email and reply with a seemingly  copy/paste message – I NEVER NEVER RECEIVED ANY ‘REASON FOR REMOVAL‘ initial notification before you suddenly suspend my mobile apps. So until right now I still have no clues what caused my app to be suspended thus don’t know what to rectify.

I also have received a notification reagarding my other app ‘android geek’ recently asking me to change my app name or package name or unpublish my app (that’s also the reason why I noticed you suspended several of my most popular apps without any previous notifications). But the reality is I couldn’t save my changes of the app name or unpublish it without obvious reasons.

This time last year you did exactly the same thing – you suspended my adsense account without any prior notification or explaining what’s the cause. If this is the way you treat individual app developers like me who contributed and witnessed the whole process of android overtaking apple os since the very beginning then feel free to close my account right now without any valid reasons, I have no passion any more to contribute to the android ecosystem,  I would rather use the energy to unite all grieving developers like me and lauch a law suite against you!

Regards
Yang