In this edition of the VS Code extension roundup, you will find some eye-catching themes as well as a new time-saving tool for front-end development. Background Phi Colors If you’d rather your Visual Studio Code IDE be much more eccentric,
I came across a really cool app recently, specifically on my Samsung Galaxy S9 Android device. The app is called Dory and it’s capable of installing a full-working NodeJS environment on your device. In this article, I will detail how to
A cascading style sheet can gradually build up into a bulky file over time. And in most cases, over time, you’ve added lots of new CSS and stopped using some classes that were there before. This means two things, your
When you don’t have a laptop or computer at hand, you can now use your mobile smartphone or tablet device to learn code. There are plenty of applications on the play store and app store available for superior informative learning.
Here is the February roundup of eye-catching, interesting and note-worthy VS Code extensions. I plan to run this article every month, this is the very first, enjoy! Niketa Theme It’s actually hard to find decent IDE themes nowadays, well it
There was a fair comment left on one of my older articles, namely, best accounts for developers to follow on Twitter. The comment left by Belma is as follows – Thanks for the list. I’ve noticed only 4 developers who
Introduction To Itty Bitty It’s hard to believe that you can render an entire web page worth of content directly in your browser from a simple link. Itty Bitty does just that, by compressing a particular set of HTML code
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.
Audience: Developers, technician, and technically interested people Some basics about the CPU I think you’re probably all been familiar with the basics about a CPU do her work, but for safety here’s still some basics if not (by the way:
Audience: Developers, Nerds and all people who are interested in stuff with processors and other stuff like that. A little bit of C: I hope you are quite familiar with C syntax. For all they are not, here is a