In the year 2011 I wrote about USB 3.0 for the first time. A few years later again (USB 3.0 today). Meanwhile it is 2020 and a current benchmark of a SanDisk Extreme Pro with 128 GB. To have comparable values again with “HD Tune” but this time with Windows 10.
From now on my website provides a search function with results in real time which are displayed as list below the search input. For this I developed a plugin for WordPress which uses the Ajax interface and runs the search while text is entered.
Yes, there are already plugins for this – but the implementation was not too difficult (about 190 lines of code) and I learned something about using Ajax with WordPress.
One thing missing is a good keyboard navigation, but this will propably be added as well. For now you can navigate using the [Tab] key.
Using the keyboard is also possible – with the tab key (or the key your browser uses for changing the focus) you can change from the search input to the result list and move between the entries in the list. The kursor keys up and down ([↓] / [↑]) can also be used for navigation. To open an entry, press return ([↵]) or [enter]. With [Esc] the result list will be closed without opening an entry.
Recently a major update of the server enviroment was needed on which I also run a mail server. I took this as an opportunity to try rspamd as alternative to the combination of SpamAssassin and amavisd-new and can fully recommend this.
Main features of rspamd:
Web UI with status information and for easy configuration changes.
I’ve been using Netdata on my servers to monitor many system parameters for quite a while now. What missed so far is Nextcloud. I filled this gap with a plugin for Netdata. The plugin uses the API which is provided by the “Monitoring” app to display the number of active users.
As reported at OnlyOffice, you can now also use OnlyOffice in Android with Nextcloud, although you do not need a separate app for Android – it is part of the current Nextcloud app for Android. On the server you need at least Nextcloud 18 and the latest OnlyOffice integration for Nextcloud (4.1 or newer). OnlyOffice also runs collaboratively in the same way as in the browser – all changes are sent directly to the server and if other users are also editing a file at the same time, their changes can be seen immediately.
However, there is one thing to note:
If the file has not yet been downloaded (no green check mark), tapping the file name will open it in OnlyOffice. If the file already exists on the device (green check mark), it is opened directly when tapped – i.e. if an another office app is installed on the device, that app will be used to view or edit the file.
In addition, you can also use the context menu, which opens when you tap the three dots on the far right and then select “Edit”. In this case the file is always opened with OnlyOffice.
The free open source version does not provide editing functions any longer – neither in the app nor in the browser. If you need this, you have to buy on of the packages of the “Integration Edition” (currently beginning at 935 EUR one time payment per server for a maximum of 50 concurrent connections).
After I created a feature request at Github to get back the mobile editing or at least a cheaper license for private and home users, Ascensio decided to offer a cheaper “Home” license for 99 USD. Also see the comment at Github.
The free Android version of OnlyOffice have been supporting using Nextcloud to open and save documents for a while now and is more comfortable to use than the version in the browser. The only limitation is that this version does not support the collaborative functions.