You need to be more specific on the requirements. From what you wrote I could say use notepad. But that's probably not what you had in mind. Maybe something like Trello? Or OneNote if you add handwritten stuff/drawings? (of course you can also include images in trello and use paint or something). Maybe evernote? Or just something like markdown? Maybe some ...
Have you take a look at Miro?
It's a whiteboard with a variety of template to choose from: just to add sticky notes, make a simple or complex interaction between class or entity or interaction between UI and code behind it, or design your UI...
plus: it's collaborative.
minus: for free you have just 3 boards.
You could take a look at the iMapping Tool. It is a visual knowledge mapping tool that lets you organize text notes and pictures visually on what could be described as an infinite pinboard (a bit like prezi, or as some users describe it "like Google Maps for Ideas". Items can be nested and interlinked so you can add structure as your collection grows.
Drone.io is pretty lightweight CI server.
It is distributed as docker image and it is easy to setup.
It also allows you to keep pipelines as code. In their guides there are examples for several languages, including C++
To return the relative frequency in 1 million words of the word "smartass", query:
and extract the result from the json returned, e.g. with python like (the score is NOT the count):
_wait = 0.5
response = None
This web site on automated testing lists quite a few academic and commercial test case generators. Unfortunately, I don't see any that generate test cases en masse. Most, if not all, seem to generate tests for either one class or one method at a time.
Update: Agitar's claims its JUnit Generator can generate many unit tests quickly. I don't know if it is ...
I recomend Snippman from Coderlamp
(I’m the author of Snippman)
Snippman was created when i needed to store my code notes in an organized way for my new job.
It let’s you create code snippets, rich text notes (with images, links, embedded youtube videos etc) and you can also mix code blocks with text blocks.
Your snippets are organized in folders and you ...
http://linci.tp23.org/ might fit the bill, I use it for that purpose on raspberry pi and x86 micro instances. Scheduling uses cron and tsp its really just a common structure and file format for defining and running CLI commands for builds. Notifications hooks via irc, email or stomp messaging. Server components are existing C apps that are available in ...
With GitHub you can create kanban boards besides version control. So you can define columns like Todo, In progress, Done... In the columns you can store tickets which can be assigned to developers. The ideal thing here is the seamless integration of code and kanban boards.
You can also define milestones, work with labels, create a wikis...
In my daily ...
I'm not sure if a web service is an option for you, but we use FreshDesk - there is also a free plan.
Important features for us are:
Tickets can be created by mail, api call or by an embed form
You see if somebody is viewing or replying to the ticket
Merging of similar tickets
Assign tickets to people / groups
If you are familiar with (or willing to learn) Windows Powershell: there is the Unviersal Dashboard. It comes in a simple free version, and a payed version with more features (like login pages, LDAP authentication...).
All the 'front end work' is already done, you can very easy create dashboards with data from all kind of sources, you can create graphs... ...
Try out Visual Studio Code's LiveShare extension.
This has chat, audio, live editing of code, shared terminal instances, etc. It also has the added benefit that your workspace settings are separate, so you are not driven mad by lacking keybinds you like over at your paired programmer's computer.
Set up your VSCode to work with Python and you should be ...
KaDeck by Xeotek is a data-centric Apache Kafka monitoring solution.
KaDeck supports Windows, Linux and Mac OS and is also available as a webservice.
Our free community edition was designed for testing and developing Apache Kafka applications with one local cluster.
The other versions are commercial:
The Professional edition is the Kafka UI and topic ...
http://lxinitd.tp23.org/ might fit that purpose.
It was designed it as an alternative for systemd for use in LXC containers. It has simple service management, when run as /sbin/init it reads just /etc/rc.local with a list of services.
It can be run as a user space application using a different configuration file. It only starts & restarts failed ...
From What Every Developer Should Learn Early On on the Stack Overflow blog:
There are very few cases where the language choice actually matters. There are things you can obviously not do in some languages. If you write frontend code, you don’t get a language choice. There are also specific contexts where performance is important and X language just won’t ...
Chaining method calls is not a native JS thing, but if you like that coding style you might consider a library that drops in for jQuery but uses native calls as much as possible. The only one I know of is jBone, but it claims to be for backbone.js. I haven't used it, so I'm not sure if it will work stand-alone. The source is small though, so that could be a ...
As others have pointed out, my program sql-lint will do what you need.
It is open source, completely free and in active development. Linting a query is as simple as:
echo "DELETE FROM person;" | sql-lint
It will bring back errors from the SQL server and its own built-in ones.
Hope that helps, and good luck!
You need the Android SDK. Full blow IDE for coding plus a GUI designer plus the needed libs/jars/etc as well as an emulator so you can actually run your code without hacking and rooting a phone/tablet.
Harder question to answer (and no stack for it that I'm aware of) is a good book with a good walk through tutorial on not just using the IDE but making ...
I'm looking for an inexpensive dependency graph generator as well, but for C++. In my searching I did find a reference to something that might help you if you haven't already found a solution.
Assuming you're on Windows:
For an easy-to use freeware tool, try Process Monitor. If that does not help you, try WinDbg's Logger.exe.
If you need more options, try the Google search "strace windows" and there are plenty of other hits.
This article mentions some possibilities. The software-oriented solutions are:
Use virtualization software, like the free VirtualBox; you'll only need to purchase macOS, not an entire Mac. You'll essentially have a Mac running on your Windows machine, where you can install all regular software required for iOS development (i.e. the Xcode toolset).
I recommend Molimentum Quick (disclaimer: I'm the founder). It's available for Windows and Ubuntu. IT'S FREE! You can insert code snippets with ease with some shortcuts (check out the "smart insert" feature in docs).
You can then click a shortcut, search, and it's copied to the clipboard. It supports syntax highlighting and because of the versatile design, ...
Have a look Quom:
Quom is a single header generator for C/C++ libraries.
As input, it expects the main header file, which has to include all your sources (directly or indirectly). In the output, it inlined all local includes (#include "...") but not the system includes (#include <...>).
Its README file has an example.
JHipster allows you to create applications with different options for both backend and frontend.
There is a Yeoman generator, generator-jhipster, to quickly generate the application.
From its documentation page:
JHipster is a development platform to generate, develop and deploy Spring Boot + Angular / React / Vue Web applications and Spring ...