All can be read on the home page: http://pieroxy.net/blog/pages/lz-string/index.html And a demo can be found below for live compression: http://pieroxy.net/blog/pages/lz-string/demo.html
So I recently acquired a free https certificate from StartSSL. All well and good, this was fairly easy. Now, I have 4 files at my disposal:
At that stage I'm fine. I'm about to configure https and will go on with my life. As it turned out, things aren't exactly going to turn out that way.
Tomcat needs a keystore. None of those files will make the trick of course, but none of the stupid attempts I was about to try made it any more. It's not about just throwing the three certs in a keystore. Oh no, it's a bit more than that.
As usual, Stackoverflow bootstrapped me in the right direction.
Ruzzle is a game on iPhone and Android involving small puzzles (4x4 grid of letters) and the ability of the player to find words in the grid. Of course, as soon as I saw this, I wrote a small program to cheat at it.
Of course I don't recommend to actually cheat at Ruzzle. But it can help you train.