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26th December 2015 | By:

Manipulating the browser history [HTML5]

Since the introduction of HTML5 it’s been possible to manage the browser history using the history and history.pushState API. It allows us to change the URL in the browser without the page refreshing. There are a lot of frameworks that already support the history and pushState API such as Backbone.js, Ember.js and Angular.js. In this post, we’ll be looking… Continue

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24th December 2015 | By:

Strain Gauges [PART 2 – The Sensor]

The first part of this series covered the definition of strain, and provided a very basic description of the deformation that a member goes through under uniaxial tension/compression. This post will focus on how strain measurements can be taken exactly and how the strain gauge itself works – more specifically, the “bonded metallic strain gauge". Continue

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Double linked list in C [part 2]

In the first part of this blog entry we discussed the basics of the linked lists and showed a simple implementation in C. Let’s try and extend the previous implementation and make this into a Double linked list. A double linked list is very similar to a single linked list, the major difference is the way the… Continue