Working with ASP.NET repeaters can be a little bit tricky if you do not fully understand them. In plain words, you have to find the outer repeater, then from here find the inner repeater, then from this inner repeater find the control(s). If I haven’t confused you enough, look at the examples, it will be clearer
If you are running Android Studio in Linux Mint / Ubuntu 64bit and you just updated to the latest Android Studio version, you might get the following error:
/home/esilva/IDEs/android-studio/sdk/build-tools/19.1.0/aapt: error while loading shared libraries: libz.so.1: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory
Android Studio is a great tool, and way better design than Eclipse in my humble opinion, yet not every software is perfect and one of the things it falls short (and by that I mean user friendly) is when it comes to deleting a module within yout project. The folks over at JetBrains made this a complicated task. Instead of just having to press the Delete button, you have to perform several steps, and in my point of view, the less steps the better, but anyways, below I show you how to accomplish this.
I was recently looking for an event calendar in ASP.NET and came across several good event jQuery/JS calendar plugins, but most of them were being implemented in PHP, not a bad language, but it wasn’t was I was needing. I was able to find a handful in ASP.NET MVC, but was not able to successfully make them work, until I came across a nicely implemented calendar event that worked right out of the box with ASP.NET.
Hear counsel, and receive instruction, that thou mayest be wise in thy latter end. There are many devices in a man’s heart; nevertheless the counsel of the Lord, that shall stand – Proverbs 19:20-21 (KJV)
So I recently upgraded from Java 7 to Java 8, when I opened Android Studio, the below message popped up
Failed to complete Gradle execution.
Supplied JAVA_HOME is not a valid folder. You supplied /usr/lib/jvm/java-7-oracle
I was like, “what the heck!” since I already had changed my JAVA_HOME environment variable…
I recently upgraded to Linux Mint 17 “Qiana” and since I did a clean install had to re-configure everything, but anyways don’t want to bore you with my stories. Here is how you set up JAVA_HOME in Linux Mint or any other Linux distribution.
I am using Linux Mint for this guide, and unlike Windows, under Linux you do not have to install any additional drivers. If you are using Ubuntu or Fedora, you need to set up some things for ADB to work. You can follow my Ubuntu or my Fedora guide to set up ADB. With Linux Mint you just plug and play, that is the beauty of it
Now let’s get down to the Nuts and bolts of this guide
John chapter 4 is full of great wisdom and truth. There are two accounts, that of the woman at the well in Samaria and that of a nobleman, both teach us about faith and believing in Jesus Christ.