Updated the WSON Component Package page.
Added projection info to the rasterio page.
Added search functionality. When I first moved this blog from a “dynamic” Wordpress-based server to static hosting and Hugo, I thought search functionality was just one of those luxuries I would have to give up. But apparently not! As long as all the search data is assembled at site build time, we can perform the search functionality client side (i.e. on your computer, using your processor :-D). See the blog post We Now Have Search for more information!
Added an section on how to remove masked values from a masked array to the Numpy page.
Added a new tutorial on geopandas.
Added a the page Python And File Paths with information on the
Added a new page on the The Three Classical Pythagorean Means.
Added the section How To Speed Up 'sending build context to docker daemon' to the Docker page.
When I switched from using Wordpress to Hugo I thought I was giving up on search functionality on this blog. I just discovered recently I was wrong! After coming across the post
Fast, keyboard optimized search for Hugo I saw that it can indeed be done. The trick to get Hugo to output a single
.json dictionary, index the data, and then provide search functionality to the user.
flexsearch which was much faster and gave me greater control over how the text was indexed. The demo of the new search feature is shown in the
The screenshot below of the Network panel in the Chrome Developer Tools shows the time it takes to download the blog’s search dictionary (which is called
Other examples of static site search functionality can be found all over the web. Some examples include:
Added the following information to the AWS S3 page:
aws s3 sync and the
AWS S3’s data consistency model (including read after write and eventual consistency).
Added the Happy New Year 2020 page, which compiles interesting blog statistics for the 2019 year.
Renamed all leaf nodes filenames from
index.md, as using the former led to the tag pages not being created.
Information on handling warnings has been added to the Numpy page.
Updated the TSOC-6 Component Package page with more clarification on the differences between the different variants (D6+1, D6-1, D6N+1 and D6N-1).
Added a new QFP Component Package page, which will consolidate all of the variant information (e.g. TQFP) that existed on individual pages.
Updated many component package pages, including:
And also added the following packages to the component package database:
Switched the site title and content title around in the HTML page title, such that it is now:
<page title> | mbedded.nina
This makes it easier to determine what the page is when you have a lot of tabs open on a tab-based browser such as Chrome or Edge.
Added cached external content to the How To Calculate Maximum Track Current page.
Added more specific information about dynamic memory allocation on embedded systems to the Dynamic Memory Allocation page.