I've wanted to revamp the main page of LabVIEW Hacker for a while now. To be honest the main page was one of the last pages I quickly threw together before pushing the site live in January 2013. I spent hours and hours planning the different areas of the site, learning DokuWiki (the open source wiki backend that this is uses), hacking together the LVH plugins (all of which are open source) using PHP, HTML, CSS that by the time the site was the functional shell I was looking for I slapped together a quick home page and pushed everything live.
I've been playing around with ways to add a blog to dokuwiki and after trying a few different plugins decided to go with the blog plugin. The blog plugin allows you to include pages from a specified namespace as blog posts on another page. The plugin is simple to use but offers some pretty decent configuration options (and if all else fails it's open source).
What does this have to do with LabVIEW? Well, nothing…but I highly recommend Dokuwiki (and the blog plugin). It's really easy to setup, use and customize (this entire site is built on Dokuwiki).
|LabVIEW Interface for AR.Drone|
Hacked By: Justin and Ravi
|The Parrot AR.Drone is a popular recreational quadcopter that is typically controlled using an Android or iOS app. The LabVIEW Interface for AR.Drone allows users to easily control the AR.Drone 1.0 or 2.0 using LabVIEW Read More...|