HTML is, of course, a very useful language, but sometimes, within a website, it can be problematic. Especially if you’re using a script to parse the text within it. In this article, converting or parsing HTML code into plain text
Introduction I’ve personally only recently came across docker and it’s been around some time now, since October 2014 to be precise. When realizing the simple but incredible concept-of-working it delivers, there was an automatic must for investing time with it.
PHP is an extremely versatile programming language, in many cases, there is a vast selection of methods to carry out the same task. Adding to an array is one of them, and in this article, I will go through all
Microsoft’s Visual Studio Code is utterly competent with the PHP language. It’s something that shocked me personally when it was released as I didn’t expect it to come prepared for PHP developers. But yep, it is a strong development environment
Sooner or later in our development career, we have come across important data stored in a CSV file. Many pieces of software use it because it’s a simple way to export data. But, when it comes to consuming that data
WYSIWYG What You See Is What You Get (WYSIWYG), is mostly used by the developers for describing a software program which they use for checking visibility of the final product. A user-friendly interface is required to run a WYSIWYG program.
I finally got round to creating my own Twitter robot, something I’ve wanted to do for a good few months now. I successfully created one, and it’s actually brilliant. So, consequently, I decided to share exactly how I did it,
I found a really cool CSS animation text effect that, with the right mindset could have many use-cases. My view is it looks great as a horror-themed effect, the shaky text gives me the feeling that somethings going wrong! Believe