Humor: Writing Web Service and Pages using Bourne Shell

Posted on in Categories Howto, Humor, Shell scripting, Tips last updated November 22, 2007

Why should shell languages be the only ones left out of the ${YOUR_LANGUAGE_HERE} Server Pages fad? This document chronicles foray into the not-so-fascinating world of ${YOUR_LANGUAGE_HERE} Server Pages technology. All of the code developed is available for free download, so you can use Bourne Shell Server Pages to build your very own killer Web application.

=> Bourne Shell Server Pages [hyperrealm.com]

Access Google Calendar From Linux / UNIX / Mac OS X Command Line Interface

Posted on in Categories Download of the day, Linux, OS X, Shell scripting, UNIX last updated December 18, 2007

I use Google Calendar exclusively. However to access this product you need to use a web browser. There is nice program called gcalcli (Google Calendar Command Line Interface) which allows to access Google Calendar from bash shell. Now I can see an agenda using a specified start/end time and date from a shell prompt over ssh session :D

gcalcli is a Python application that allows you to access you Google Calendar from a command line. It’s easy to get your agenda, search for events, and quickly add new events. Additionally gcalcli can be used as a reminder service to execute any application you want.

Current Features

  1. List your calendars
  2. Show an agenda using a specified start/end time and date
  3. Search for calendar events
  4. “Quick add” new calendar events to your default calendar
  5. Run as a cron job and execute a command for reminders
  6. Work against specific calendars (default, owner, read-only)
  7. Color support
  8. unicode support

Download Google Calendar Command Line Interface

=> Visit official project page here

Download of the day: Red Hat Developer Studio

Posted on in Categories Download of the day, Linux, RedHat/Fedora Linux, Windows last updated August 16, 2007

Red Hat Developer Studio is a set of eclipse-based development tools that are pre-configured for JBoss Enterprise Middleware Platforms and Red Hat Enterprise Linux. Developers are not required to use Red Hat Developer Studio to develop on JBoss Enterprise Middleware and/or Red Hat Linux. But, many find these pre-configured tools offer significant time-savings and value, making them more productive and speeding time to deployment. Red Hat Developer Studio will be available as a new subscription offering soon.

Use this studio to build java and ajax based application.

Download Red Hat Developer Studio

You can download Windows or Linux version here (530Mb).