Saturday, May 5, 2012

map a drive letter to Google Drive in Windows

Virtual Google Drive
Google Drive's shortcut in Windows 7/Vista shows up in your Favorites folder, while in Windows XP, it shows up in your My Documents folder. The shortcuts are easy enough to use, but if you find using a specific drive letter to be more convenient, there's an easy way to map one to your Google Drive account.
If you're comfortable using the command prompt, you can use the DOS command: subst. A better and easier way to create the drive association is using a small program called Visual Subst. It's basically a GUI front-end to the subst command.
Here's how to use Visual Subst to associate a drive letter to your Google Drive account:
Step 1: Download and install Visual Subst.
Step 2: Select the drive letter you want to associate, then type in the path of your Google Drive account, or browse to the path. In Windows 7/Vista, it should be C:\Users\Username\Google Drive, where Username is your Windows username.
Associate drive letter to Google Drive 
Step 3: Make sure to check the box next to "Apply virtual drives on Windows startup," then hit the green plus button to add the association.
Step 4: After the association has been added, the virtual drive will appear in the Visual Subst list.
Google Drive assocation 
That's it. You should now see your Google Drive account as a drive letter in Windows Explorer. If you want to delete the association, just highlight it in Visual Subst and click on the red X button.

Tuesday, April 24, 2012

Google Drive. Keep everything. Share anything.

Access everywhere.

Google Drive is everywhere you are—on the web, in your home, at the office and on the go. So wherever you are, your stuff is just...there. Ready to go, ready to share. Get started with 5 GB free.

Google Drive is available for:
  • PC and Mac
  • iPhone and iPad (coming soon)
  • Android devices

Store your files in a safe place.

Things happen. Your phone goes for a swim. Your laptop takes an infinite snooze. No matter what happens to your devices, your files are safely stored in Google Drive.

Go beyond storage. Collaborate.

Google Drive lets you do more than just store your files. Share files with exactly who you want and edit them together, from any device.

Google Drive gives you instant access to Google Docs, a suite of editing tools that makes working together better—even when your teammates are miles away.

Get 5 GB for free.

Get started with 5 GB of free space. Upgrade to 25 GB for less than $2.50 a month, and you can store practically everything for next to nothing.

Create & collaborate.

In Google Drive, you can create new documents, spreadsheets and presentations instantly. Work together at the same time, on the same doc, and see changes as they appear.

Work better with the products you use everyday.

Say goodbye to bulky email attachments. Send a link from Google Drive in Gmail and everyone has the same file, same version—automatically.

Your videos and pictures in Google Drive are instantly available in Google+, so you’re never more than one click away from sharing with your circles.

Powerful search.

Google Drive helps you get to your files faster. Search for content by keyword and filter by file type, owner and more. Google Drive can even recognize objects in your images and text in scanned documents.

View anything.

Open over 30 file types right in your browser—including HD video, Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop—even if you don’t have the program installed on your computer.

Google Drive with your favorite apps.

Create, open and share files from a variety of apps directly in Google Drive.

Share the way you want.

You can share files or folders with anyone, and choose whether they can view, edit or comment on your stuff.

Start a discussion.

Create and reply to comments to get feedback and make files more collaborative.

Go back in time.

Google Drive tracks every change you make—so when you hit the save button, a new revision is saved. You can look back as far as 30 days automatically, or choose a revision to save forever.

Sunday, April 15, 2012

Extending a Javascript function without affecting the original function defenition.

There are situations like need to extend ( append / prepend your own code within a function body) predefined function.
Here is a useful way to do this without affecting the original function defenition.

function originalFunction(arg1,arg2,arg3)

alert(arg1 + arg2 + arg3);


var temp=originalFunction;
alert("this is precode.");

//calling originalFunction

alert("this is postcode.");

You can call this as

hope this helps...

Wednesday, March 14, 2012

How to get next AUTO_INCREMENT value in mysql

there are two possibilities to access next auto_increment variable associated with a particular table in MySql

1) Using information schema

select auto_increment
from information_schema.tables
where table_schema = 'db_name'
 and table_name = 'table_name'

2) accessing status of database

SHOW TABLE STATUS  where name="table_name"

1st give only next auto increment value but second gives some additional information other than that.

hope this helps....cheers......

Tuesday, October 25, 2011

Thursday, July 14, 2011

How to find end date of a given month in php

The following php function does the trick.
This function accepts argument as integer month and integer year


function findEndDate($month,$year)
return date('m-d-Y',mktime(0,0,0,$month+1,0,$year));

Friday, April 22, 2011

Zion Grile 1.0 Beta - Live cricket scorecard for your desktop.

Zion Grile 1.0 Beta

Live cricket scorecard for your desktop...Download

This is a very good application. Please download and try.

This is from the codeglober Joji George.

You need to install Java Runtime Environment for working this. Click here to download Java Runtime Environment


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