C# · Electronics

The DIY Surveillance System Using a Webcam – Part 3

Im going to assume you have read the Part-1 and Part-2 of this post. Part-1 provides the hardware and Part-2 with the software for streaming and controlling the camera. This part will focus on the php file which is generated by the PHP webpage and its usage by the microcontroller to move or pan the… Continue reading The DIY Surveillance System Using a Webcam – Part 3

Electronics · PHP-AJAX

The DIY Surveillance System Using a Webcam – Part 2

If you are reading this without reading the part 1 of this post I suggest you give that a read before starting with this since its gives the basic hardware needed to get everything going. However if your requirements are a simple streaming server with a client read on. There are two modules within this… Continue reading The DIY Surveillance System Using a Webcam – Part 2

JavaScript-CSS

JavaScript – CSS debugging using FireBug

Often while working with JavaScript people place alerts (in a debugging context) throughout the code to check whether what they’re doing is correct or not. I find that pretty annoying and while I continued doing it (placing alerts) I came across Firebug introduced to be by my friend Sergey Arakelov (www.arakelov.com). Firebug is open source… Continue reading JavaScript – CSS debugging using FireBug