Every individual and organization today uses social media to stay updated about the latest trends, and to announce their doings (put simply) to the world. Facebook, Twitter, Google+, Instagram, YouTube, and the like have surpassed the stage of being mere platforms where people share their thoughts. They’ve become endless canvasses that can be used to [...]
An integral part of any designer’s job is choosing the correct font for his blueprints, not just for texts, but also where shapes are concerned. The height, width, and weight of a font family can make or break a great design and that’s the reason even huge organizations like Adobe Systems develop dedicated tools to [...]
A blog post, a social media share, or an article gains a lot of weight if accompanied with an appropriate picture. But more often than not, the problem with including a picture in an online post lies in the picture’s size. Let’s look at this problem from another viewpoint. Many software applications need to work [...]
A backlink for a website is a link from some other website to it. In other words, if some website likes the idea behind your web page or any of your posts, it provides a referring link to your website on one of its own web pages. If you own or moderate websites, there’s no [...]
Nothing steals the thunder from good applications like bugs and errors. That’s why, when they’re still under development, every effort is made to find out and fix hidden bugs and unexpected errors. But it is easier said than done. While creating working code is one thing, fixing bugs, errors and exceptions is another thing entirely. [...]
What does every software engineer dread most? Finding out what the problem with his application is based on logs. Especially when the application is super complicated with hundreds of logs that run into thousands of lines each. Add to that the pressure of doing all of that in real-time, and just picturing the scenario is [...]
As a website designer, you need to play around with colors quite often. Be it picking the right color for banners, buttons, image borders or the entire theme of your website, a majority of a website designer’s tasks revolve around combinations of VIBGYOR. And though it may seem to be trivial, selecting just the right [...]
Bloggers, article writers, online content writers / editors while good at writing, might not be great at clicking pictures. But that doesn’t mean they don’t use pictures to adorn their writings. After all, if you’re into creating read-worthy material, you know how much weight a photo can add to your writing. Various studies point to [...]
Ever heard of the term “Code Playground”? If you like software programming, have an insatiable need to learn, keep monitoring the web for code editors, and like to play with code snippets, that shouldn’t be a new term for you. A “Code playground” is a website, application, or tool that lets you practice and learn [...]
Every person that manages a website – especially a commercial one – uses remote availability monitoring services. However, most of the people who use monitoring services, use only the basic functions that are on by default when you first start the service. There are more than 100 providers of monitoring services in the world. Most … →
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Software programmers and hackers often need working code snippets to either get better at what they do, or to test their programs. GitHub, Bitbucket, Google Code, Sourceforge, etc. are some popular websites that let users create and index large databases of working code. Software engineers keep monitoring these websites for sample codes or projects that [...]
People who work in teams understand the purpose and vitality of whiteboards. What looks like a simple, glossy, white surface actually solves the purpose of a thousand notebooks, scrap books, blueprints, maps, or any other term you might want to give to something that is used while planning and brainstorming for development. Today, you’d hardly [...]
Problem: You’ve built an awesome web portal using HTML5 and some cool CSS features. You’re sure the portal will look amazing on Chrome. However, you’re wondering if the code will work on Safari or not. For that matter, you don’t even know if the code will work on a few old versions of Firefox or [...]
Guest Post Most blogs fail in the first 100 days, and one of the main reasons is disorganization. Successful blogs post new content frequently and consistently. But if you aren’t organized, you won’t be able to do either. How do I keep my blog organized? CoSchedule. It’s an excellent tool which allows you to plan, [...]
How often have you heard the remark, “I’ve always struggled with my grammar”? Mastering the proper use of written English language is tricky even for native speakers of the language, let alone, people foreign to it. The punctuations, articles, phrases, similes, etc. that make up the language are sometimes too much to handle. And if [...]
The mind of the average computer user boggles – why do big players like Google, AOL and the like develop cool programs and applications for free? What benefit do they get by offering niche services to users for absolutely no cost? Surely a lot of money and manpower must go into developing, testing and then [...]
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