Back in February or so, I’d been covering some ground on atopy and allergies etc and came across a company called IntoleranceLab Ltd (Company #11049115). They claimed to perform “Allergen and allergy testing” with nothing more than a few strands of hair.
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Getting copies of annual returns and company information from Companies House is easy. Searching the data in those returns isn’t quite so easy. CH use a PDF format (PDF/A, akin to fax) that ensures maximum compatability.
I had a small project to display some simple stats for, for some static content sitting in an AWS S3 bucket. I could have forwarded everything to Elastic+Kibana and showed some fancy graphs and charts, but I was only being asked for what I could easily produce via AWStats.
For S3 logging, awstats needs its LogFormat set up in the following manner: %other %extra1 %time1 %host %logname %other %method %url %methodurl %code %other %extra2 %bytesd %other %extra3 %refererquot %uaquot %other %other %other %other %other %virtualname %other Amazon’s documentation is available here
In my case, I had data stored in a Realm file that I needed to re-export to JSON. First of all we’ll need Realm Studio. Set up, open the Realm file and then export the models, as shown: