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Giving life to an old laptop. Recalbox – Part 2

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In the previous post about Recalbox I told you about the process of creating a USB to put an old laptop to good use. Of course, if you do not have an old laptop, you have 2 alternatives: or you get a super cheap second-hand one, that surely there are people who have it stored in the attic of the house or in a storage room accumulating dust, or you buy a Raspberry , which are mini computers prepared «for modern life», with their USB ports, their Wifi, they are…read more

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Giving life to an old laptop. Recalbox – Part 1

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This is the story of an old laptop that I had left at home, and that was forgotten, as new computers and laptops arrived home. And so, the years went by, until one day, looking for something different, I discovered that there are specific Linux distributions for gaming old games. . To be direct, today I must write about Recalbox, an special Linux distro based to play with old games, and also Kodi. As always, do not forget to colaborate with this blog with a small donation. Related to the…read more

Vuetify, a VueJS framework

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Over the past few months, I have written several articles in this blog about VueJS, but I have not required any specific VueJS framework for the front-end, and in this case, the one I have used almost from the beginning has been Vuetify, which is nothing but an environment of Material Design components to make the development of your apps easier with VueJs. Versión 1.x Until recently, version 1.x was the one that was operational, and the one I’ve always used, but since the end of July 2019, version 2…read more

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VueJS y maps, with Leaflet (part 2)

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In part 1 about VueJs and maps with Leaflet we showed how to make a coordinate change using a urm2lat.js library. In today’s post, we will use what we have learned for coordinate selection and include a map with a marker on that coordinates, also showing a popup with its label, that of course, we can change. Let’s start! The HTML code Unlike what you saw in part 1, the code is exactly the same, but we will incorporate two CSS-style properties, which are necessary for the map to display…read more

VueJS and maps, using Leaflet (Part 1)

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The previous entry of VueJs was focused on using graphs, but for this entry, I would like to add another aspect: maps. This topic, maps and GIS, has always accompanied me throughout my professional life, and some time ago, in one of my projects, I needed to include a location map of a point. It’s time to use Leaflet with VueJS, and add maps to your peoject as I did. Changing coordinates from UTM 30N to geographics The way of including a location of a point on a map, the…read more