Lua, what is Lua? [closed]

Lua is a lightweight interpreted programming language developed in Brazil with a focus on embedding. It is written in Pure ANSI C which means high portability, even as C++ code. Here is an example: print(“Hello World!”) Wikipedia Summary Official Site

Embedding resources (images, sound bits, etc) into a Java project then use those resources

Just put those resources in the source/package structure and use ClassLoader#getResource() or getResourceAsStream() to obtain them as URL or InputStream from the classpath by the full qualified package path. ClassLoader classLoader = Thread.currentThread().getContextClassLoader(); InputStream input = classLoader.getResourceAsStream(“/image.gif”); // … Or if it is in the same package as the current class, you can also obtain … Read more

How to reference a CSS / JS / image resource in JSF?

Introduction The proper way is using <h:outputStylesheet>, <h:outputScript> and <h:graphicImage> with a name referring the path relative to webapp’s /resources folder. This way you don’t need to worry about the context path. Folder structure Drop the CSS/JS/image files in /resources folder of the public webcontent as below (just create one if not already exist at … Read more

Override default styling in WPF TextBox, based on PresentationFramework.Aero

It seems to work if you put the Style as a lower-level resource, instead of in the same ResourceDictionary: <Grid xmlns=”” xmlns:x=””> <Grid.Resources> <ResourceDictionary> <ResourceDictionary.MergedDictionaries> <ResourceDictionary Source=”/PresentationFramework.Aero, Version=, Culture=Neutral, PublicKeyToken=31bf3856ad364e35, ProcessorArchitecture=MSIL;component/themes/aero.normalcolor.xaml”/> </ResourceDictionary.MergedDictionaries> </ResourceDictionary> </Grid.Resources> <Border BorderBrush=”Blue” BorderThickness=”3″> <Border.Resources> <Style TargetType=”{x:Type TextBox}” BasedOn=”{StaticResource {x:Type TextBox}}”> <Setter Property=”Margin” Value=”2″ /> <Setter Property=”Padding” Value=”2″ /> </Style> </Border.Resources> <TextBox … Read more

Using a StaticResource SolidColorBrush to define the Gradient Stop Colors

Ok, I found the problem: Using Color and not SolidColorBrush.. <Color x:Key=”colorbrushMedium”>#FF5A5A5A</Color> <Color x:Key=”colorbrushDark”>#FF222222</Color> <LinearGradientBrush> <GradientStop Color=”{StaticResource colorbrushMedium}”/> <GradientStop Color=”{StaticResource colorbrushDark}” Offset=”1″/> </LinearGradientBrush> This seems to solve my problem!

WPF – Image ‘is not part of the project or its Build Action is not set to Resource’

Try doing a full rebuild, or delete the build files and then build the file. Visual Studio doesn’t always pick up changes to resources, and it can be a pain to get it recompile. Also try using a full URI as that helped me when I had the same problem. Something like pack://application:,,,/MyAssembly;component/bug.png