My friend Eric purchased a pack of NFC tags from tagsfordroid.com
They work by tapping your NFC capable phone to the back of the tag which then triggers a NFC application on your phone. I chose this one:
You then tell the app which actions to take for the given tag. When I get to work, I want my WiFi off, Bluetooth Off, and Ringer on Vibrate. You can also sent texts or emails, or even call a custom Tasker task.
The tag is sensed almost immediately. I stuck my office tag to the bottom of the tray where I put my phone. So far it works slick.
..really more of an inconsistency between the actual engine and your development environment.
double num = 24.0;
String val = String.valueOf(num)
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Keep Calm and Code On
If you are using JPA/Hibernate with Derby as part of your integration tests, and you have a String > 255 chars. Here is how you have to annotate your attribute:
@Column(name = “BODY”, length=3800)
private String body;
One of our PC’s on our network had a network connection, but could not get to the internet. It ended up being her VPN software.
Disable, or uninstall it.