Monthly Archives: January 2015

Seth V2 a major upgrade is coming

I’ve decide to stop the Seth 1 series at the present V1.2 and jump ahead to V2. This decision has mainly been influenced by ongoing problems with installing Seth on Yosemite. For V2 I decided to form a small beta testing group to help me get Seth to how I imagined it could and should…

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Why do I need to Url Encode my http POST requests?

Good question, but before getting to this, let’s have a bit of background on what a http POST request is. A http POST is a request method used by a web server to request that the server should accept data passed in the POST . Ok, so what is the server expecting to receive? The…

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Seth, what’s next?

The next release (1.2) of Script Editor Themer (Seth) will incorporate an issue and feature request form. Users will be able to post to a web based issue tracker directly from Seth without having to leave Seth. The server code is complete and a test posting system has been built and looks to be working really…

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