- Law School Applications: How Low Can They Go? http://t.co/dpsOWWkLUi via @WSJ 06:51:49, 2015-03-23
- Flowchart Explains Bluebook Rules on Code Year http://t.co/RFg6tbJnG4 08:01:44, 2015-03-23
- Interview with David Lippman of Pierce College | http://t.co/dPnyw7UCo7 http://t.co/MMmHgHk8vM 11:59:01, 2015-03-23
- Use Personas to Make Websites Better http://t.co/fgH1uUMz8p 16:33:23, 2015-03-23
- RT @teknoids: Teknoids Post: #CALIcon15: Time to get those session proposals in http://t.co/PhWbCThZBW 16:34:22, 2015-03-23
Facebook releases Augmented Traffic Control, an open source tool for simulating network conditions
Augmented Traffic Control (ATC) is a tool to simulate network conditions. It allows controlling the connection that a device has to the internet. Aspects of the connection that can be controlled include:
bandwidth, latency, packet loss, corrupted packets, packets ordering
In order to be able to shape the network traffic, ATC must be running on a device that routes the traffic and sees the real IP address of the device, like your network gateway for instance.
This tool should be useful to anyone building an app on the network. CALI could use this to test behavior of Lessons on a bad connection, something we’ve been thinking about recently.