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The history of video games: from entertainment to virtual reality

The release of Return to Monkey Island (September 2022) has jogged video game fans' memories back to 1990, when The Secret of Monkey Island debuted, a graphic adventure based on the vicissitudes of Guybrush Threepwood, a somewhat awkward would-be pirate whose story inspired the film Pirates of the Caribbean. While…

Category : Videogames   28-11-2022   by Janeth Kent

Sick of Video Games? Here are Some Other Pastimes to Try

Online gaming and video games is one of the most popular ways in which people choose to spend their free time. Given the quality of the recent releases, this isn't something that comes at a surprise either. There are so many different options for people to indulge in. When it…

Category : Technology   28-11-2022   by Janeth Kent

The first videogame tournaments: the origin of eSports

The first video videogame tournaments: the origin of "eSports". Electronic sports or "eSports" are video game competitions that have been increasing in popularity over the years, being a lucrative sector that currently moves hundreds of millions of euros. Its origins date back to the first video game tournaments in history, which were…

Category : Videogames   19-10-2022   by Janeth Kent

Does Google's artificial intelligence have feelings?

A Google employee claims that one of the company's artificial intelligence systems is conscious, and the news bounces around the world's media. Is he crazy or enlightened? It was last month's news: Blake Lemoine, an engineer working for Google's "AI Responsible" department, claims that one of the artificial intelligence (AI) systems…

Category : Technology   04-08-2022   by Janeth Kent

How to make your own custom cursor for your website

When I started browsing different and original websites to learn from them, one of the first things that caught my attention was that some of them had their own cursors, so I investigated how to incorporate it into my website. Today I bring you a simple version of a custom cursor…

Category : Web design   08-06-2022   by Nadal Vicens

8 benefits of having a website for your business

At this moment, the Internet is a phenomenon that is sweeping the world. It has been able to interconnect millions of users all over the planet. People have made the Internet an indispensable part of their lives. If they want to find out where to eat, they look on their…

Category : Web marketing   03-06-2022   by Nadal Vicens

How to create a .onion domain for your website

A .onion domain is the address of a website that can only be accessed through the Tor anonymity browser. Regular browsers won’t be able to navigate the relay of proxy servers that will take users to your website. How is it different from an ordinary domain? Ordinary web domains, like .com, .org, .biz,…

Category : Networking   21-03-2022   by Janeth Kent

PHP - The Singleton Pattern

The Singleton Pattern is one of the GoF (Gang of Four) Patterns. This particular pattern provides a method for limiting the number of instances of an object to just one. It's an easy pattern to grasp once you get past the strange syntax used. Consider the following class: PHP Code: class Database {  public…

Category : Php   04-02-2022   by Janeth Kent

How to Start a Web Design Agency in 2022

If the last two years have shown us anything, it’s that a good online presence is paramount to success in the modern world of business. Once they have a robust web-based reputation in place, companies have the capacity to disrupt their sectors in an engaging, intuitive, and ultimately profitable fashion.…

Category : Web marketing   25-01-2022   by Janeth Kent

Node.js and npm: introductory tutorial

In this tutorial we will see how to install and use both Node.js and the npm package manager. In addition, we will also create a small sample application. If you have ever used or thought about using a JavaScript-based development tool, you have probably noticed that you need to install…

Category : Javascript   05-11-2021   by Silvia Mazzetta

How to connect to MySQL with Node.js

Let's see how you can connect to a MySQL database using Node.js, the popular JavaScript runtime environment. Before we start, it is important to note that you must have Node.js installed on your system. Likewise, you must create a MySQL database.   Create a MySQL database   If you haven't already done so, you can…

Category : Javascript   04-11-2021   by Silvia Mazzetta

JavaScript Programming Styles: Best Practices

When programming with JavaScript there are certain conventions that you should apply, especially when working in a team environment. In fact, it is common to have meetings to discuss standards to follow. The reason is that code is much more readable when certain standards are followed. We have already seen…

Category : Javascript   28-10-2021   by Janeth Kent

How to set up your own free web server with XAMPP

Nowadays anyone can create their own website easily and free of charge. Whether through a CMS (such as WordPress) or by hand with HTML, CSS and JavaScript, in a few minutes we can have a more or less functional website up and running. However, in order to test that everything…

Category : Servers   25-10-2021   by Silvia Mazzetta

Secret iPhone codes to unlock hidden features

We love that our devices have hidden features. It's fun to learn something new about the technology we use every day, to discover those little features that aren't advertised by the manufacturer. And unless you spend a lot of time playing around in the Phone app, you probably don't know, until…

Category : Security   22-10-2021   by Silvia Mazzetta

Difference between arrow and normal functions in JavaScript

In this tutorial we are going to see how arrow functions differ from normal JavaScript functions. We will also see when you should use one and when you should use the other.   Normal functions   JavaScript's standard functions, those we call normal or standard functions, have been included in JavaScript since its inception.…

Category : Javascript   30-08-2021   by Janeth Kent

JavaScript Arrow functions: What they are and how to use them

In this article we are going to see what they are and how to use JavaScript Arrow Functions, a new feature introduced with the ES6 standard (ECMAScript 6). What are Arrow Functions Arrow Functions are a new syntax for defining anonymous functions in JavaScript in a more concise way. Being an abbreviated…

Category : Javascript   30-08-2021   by Janeth Kent

How to insert an element into an array with JavaScript

In this brief tutorial you will learn how to insert one or more elements into an array with JavaScript. For this we will use the splice function. The splice function will not create a new array when used, but will modify the existing array. The syntax of the splice function, included in…

Category : Javascript   20-08-2021   by Janeth Kent

How to get DOM elements with JavaScript

When you access any element of the DOM, it is usual to save it in a variable. This is something that at first might seem very simple, but if you are a beginner programmer it might give you some headaches sometimes. To begin with, let's see how you can get an…

Category : Javascript   11-08-2021   by Silvia Mazzetta

How synchronize the scroll of two divs with JavaScript

In case you have two divs of different sizes you may sometimes want to scroll both at the same time but at different speeds depending on their size. For example, you could have text in one and images in the other and want to scroll both at the same time.…

Category : Javascript   11-08-2021   by Silvia Mazzetta

Nesting: future proofing CSS

Although not currently supported by browsers, there is a proposal for CSS nesting to support a feature that would provide better readability to native CSS, so in the future it is very likely that it will be supported and can be used directly. The idea behind the CSS Nesting concept is…

Category : Css   11-08-2021   by Silvia Mazzetta

How to use the charCodeAt method in JavaScript

The charCodeAt method is accepted by strings in JavaScript, returning the 16-bit Unicode code of the character at the position we pass as a parameter to the method. The charCodeAt method can be used with both standard strings defined with single or double quotes and String objects or literal templates. In this…

Category : Javascript   22-07-2021   by Janeth Kent

How to use the charAt method in JavaScript

The charAt method is accepted by strings in JavaScript, returning the position of the character passed as a parameter within the string. If the string contains multiple occurrences of the character passed as a parameter, the charAt method will return only the position of the first occurrence. If the character is…

Category : Javascript   22-07-2021   by Janeth Kent

Strings in JavaScript: What they are and how to use them

In this tutorial we are going to explain what strings are and how they are used in JavaScript. The tutorial is intended for people who are learning to program in JavaScript. You will learn how to create strings, how to display the content of strings, how to concatenate strings and…

Category : Javascript   22-06-2021   by Janeth Kent

Dates in local format with Javascript

In the articles we have about dates in JavaScript we were missing one about how to create dates in local format with JavaScript. That is to say, being able to internationalise (i18n) the date before printing it. Many of you may be saying, "we have already seen this using the…

Category : Javascript   10-06-2021   by Janeth Kent

Formatting hours in Javascript

Continuing with the set of articles that talk about internationalisation elements, like the previous one where we talked about relative dates in JavaScript, we will see in this one how to format hours in JavaScript. The first thing we need to do is to create an 'hour' in JavaScript. That is,…

Category : Javascript   10-06-2021   by Janeth Kent

The JavaScript forEach loop

We have already talked about how to handle some of loops  types in Javascript including for, for-in and for-off loops. In the case of today we are going to see how we can make a foreach loop in Javascript. A foreach loop helps us in a simple way to go through the…

Category : Javascript   20-05-2021   by Janeth Kent

What are React Hooks and what problems they solve

Working with React, - and before the release of Hooks in version 16.8 -  there was always the possibility to create components in three different ways based on a number of suspects and needs: 1. Elementary components - These components are the simplest ones, they are characterized by being mere variables that…

Category : Javascript   13-05-2021   by Janeth Kent

Flattening arrays in JavaScript

When we are handling arrays that are arrays or have multiple dimensions it can be very useful to know how to flatten arrays in JavaScript. That is to say, to move all the elements to a single dimension. This simplifies things like traversing the elements or being able to dump…

Category : Javascript   10-05-2021   by Janeth Kent

How to populate an array with random numbers in JavaScript

Some of you might think that what we explained in the article on how to populate an array with numbers, apart from the didactic part, would not have much applicability since we load an array with the same number. It is true that the use cases are fewer, but in…

Category : Javascript   07-05-2021   by Janeth Kent

How to populate an array with numbers in JavaScript

Populate an array with numbers in JavaScript The first step is to initialise the array. So today we are going to see a simple way to do it and see how we can populate an array with numbers in JavaScript. The idea is to populate it with the same number as…

Category : Javascript   07-05-2021   by Janeth Kent

Advanced Android tutorial: discover all your phone's secrets

It is highly probable that you are not taking advantage of even half of the potential that your Android device has to offer. These small pocket computers, which we call smartphones, have increasingly advanced and powerful hardware that, together with the possibilities offered by an operating system as flexible as…

Category : Mobile   06-05-2021   by Janeth Kent

Top Javascript Libraries and Frameworks Part 2

What are JavaScript frameworks?   JavaScript frameworks are application frameworks that allow developers to manipulate code to meet their particular needs. Web application development is like building a house. You have the option of creating everything from scratch with construction materials. But it will take a long time and can incur high costs. But…

Category : Javascript   06-05-2021   by Janeth Kent

How to Send Email from an HTML Contact Form

In today’s article we will write about how to make a working form that upon hitting that submit button will be functional and send the email (to you as a web creator and to the user or customer as well). If you’re a PHP developer, there's a high probability that you…

Category : Programming   10-05-2021   by Tibor Kopca

Top JavaScript libraries and frameworks part 1

JavaScript libraries and frameworks make it easy to develop websites and applications with a wide variety of features and functionality, all with dynamic, flexible and engaging features. According to a 2020 StackOverflow survey, JavaScript remains the most widely used programming language (for the eighth year), with 67.7% of respondents using it. Its…

Category : Javascript   06-05-2021   by Janeth Kent

Network attacks and how to avoid them

Nowadays it is impossible to list all the different types of attacks that can be carried out on a network, as in the world of security this varies continuously. We bring you the most common ones according to the network attack databases, so that we can keep up to date…

Category : Security   03-05-2021   by Silvia Mazzetta

How to multiply matrices in JavaScript

It may seem strange to want to know how to multiply matrices in JavaScript. But we will see some examples where it is useful to know how to perform this operation and how useful it is when handling coordinates as matrices, which we will see in a following article. But let's…

Category : Javascript   30-04-2021   by Janeth Kent

How to set up your Android phone: learn how to get your new phone up and running

If you've just bought a great new Android phone, you'll want to start using it as soon as possible. You'll see that it's not hard to get the initial set-up and configuration to get it ready to use, and we'll guide you every step of the way. From connecting your Google account,…

Category : Mobile   28-04-2021   by Janeth Kent

How to improve customer experience through speech recognition

Voice of the Customer (VoC) is essential to a successful customer experience (CX) programme. However, VoC data is often disparate, making it difficult to use. Service organisations looking to make more informed decisions about customer experience (CX) investments and improvements should implement a consistent voice of the user (VoC) strategy,…

Category : Technology   27-04-2021   by Janeth Kent

Top tools for UX design and research

This article is a compilation of the "ux tools" I have tested in recent years. I've separated the tools by categories, although I recommend you to take a look at all of them, you might find some you didn't know. - Conceptualisation and project management tools - UX testing and research tools - Analytics…

Category : Ui/ux design   23-04-2021   by Silvia Mazzetta

How to make a multilingual website without redirect

Today, we're going to talk about how to implement a simple language selector on the basic static website, without the need of any backend or database calls or redirection to another page. We will be using only JavaScript, no PHP or other programming languages. Serving HTML content in multiple languages is…

Category : Javascript   22-04-2021   by Tibor Kopca

What is the First Input Delay and why is it important?

First Input Delay (FID) is a Google usability metric that is part of the Core Web Vitals and, from May 2021, will be an SEO ranking factor. FID is the time it takes for the browser to respond to the user's first interaction on a web page while it is loading.…

Category : Seo & sem   25-03-2021   by Janeth Kent

SEO: How to choose the best Anchor Text

Anchor Text are the words used to insert a link within a piece of content. This text can be anything from "click here" to the name of a brand or even a series of keywords or phrases. When choosing the best anchor text, always put the user experience first. Since the launch…

Category : Seo & sem   15-03-2021   by Janeth Kent

Top Graphic Design e-Books & How to Get them on Your iDevice

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Category : Ui/ux design   03-03-2021   by Luigi Nori

Interesting and Helpful Google Search Features You’ll Want to Start Using

Google – THE search engine for many internet users. It has been with us since its launch back in 1998 and thanks to its simplicity of use and genius algorithms, it grew so popular, that most of us cannot imagine our day-to-day life without it. Many petty arguments between friends…

Category : Software   31-01-2021   by Iveta Karailievova

Graphic design and its impact on Web Development

In today's article we will explain the concept of graphic design, its fundamentals and what it brings into web development. Graphic design is applied to everything visual, believe or not, it can aid in selling a product or idea, it's applied company identity as logos, colors, typography of the company…

Category : Web design   05-04-2021   by Tibor Kopca

Creating simple CSS spinner-loader

In today's article we will show you how to animate a basic loader that spins when some predefined action is defined, such as loading an image. That can be used on a website for example when there is a request running and the result is not yet retrieved. What are they? Loading…

Category : Css   05-04-2021   by Tibor Kopca

Deepfakes Detection – An Emerging Technological Challenge

It is highly probable that while browsing the Internet, everyone of us has at some point stumbled upon a deepfake video. Deepfakes usually depict well-known people doing really improbable things – like the queen of England dancing on her table or Ron Swanson from Parks and Recreations starring as every…

Category : Technology   27-01-2021   by Iveta Karailievova

Cumulative Layout Shift, what is and How to optimize CLS

Cumulative Layout Shift, one of the new Core Web Vitals metrics,  is the first metric that focuses on user experience beyond performance. Unexpected movement of web page content is a major source of irritation for users on the web. The new cumulative design change metric helps developers understand the impact of…

Category : Seo & sem   14-01-2021   by Luigi Nori

Understanding LCP, CLS, FID. All about Core Web Vitals in Google Search Console

A few months ago we talked about certain Google metrics that were displayed in Search Console. The reason for writing another post on this topic is that Google has changed this again, giving priority to other metrics. Interestingly, we thought in that previous study that the FCP and FID were not…

Category : Seo & sem   14-01-2021   by Luigi Nori

7 Astonishing New Uses of Machine Learning

Recently a strange video published on YouTube caused a controversy – it was a funny take on Queen Elizabeth’s traditional Christmas message created by Channel 4, a British public-service television broadcaster. They used AI to produce a fake video of the Queen making it look very realistic and if the message itself…

Category : Technology   31-12-2020   by Iveta Karailievova

Validating HTML forms using BULMA and vanilla JavaScript

Today we are going to write about contact forms and how to validate them using JavaScript. The contact form seems to be one of the top features of every basic home page. It is a great way to encourage your visitors to make contact with you, by adding a form which…

Category : Javascript   31-12-2020   by Tibor Kopca

The State of PHP 8: new features and changes

PHP 8.0 has been released last November 26: let's discover together the main innovations that the new version introduces in this language. PHP is one of the most popular programming languages in the world. Precisely its wide diffusion, has led many programmers to use it, especially for the development of server-side…

Category : Php   29-12-2020   by Janeth Kent

What is DNS Blockchain and how to use it

To be able to navigate the Internet, to enter a website and have it show us all the content we want and search for, certain functions and characteristics are necessary. One of these key points is the DNS. It is what translates domain names into IP addresses, which prevents us…

Category : Security   28-12-2020   by Janeth Kent

A FULFILLED PROMISE - Using the FETCH API to make AJAX calls

In this article we talked about what AJAX calls are and how to use them in a traditional way, by using the XMLHttpRequest (XHR) object. In short, thanks to AJAX calls a web page can be partially updated without having to reload the whole content. This leads to better loading…

Category : Javascript   26-12-2020   by Iveta Karailievova

How to use Parallax.js effect on your website

Today, we're going to write about the parallax effect, similar to parallax scrolling, and how to implement it to improve your landing page. In webdev, they say mobile first - well, this engine will react to the movement of a smart device, offsetting layers depending on their depth within a…

Category : Javascript   26-12-2020   by Tibor Kopca

Read comics online: best websites and apps to download and read digital comics

Comic book lovers (like us), today we're going to give you a special tribute: a small collection of websites and applications to download and read digital comics, both on your computer and on your mobile devices. You'll be able to access a wide collection of free and paid digital comics,…

Category : News and events   26-12-2020   by Silvia Mazzetta

How to use your browser as a file browser, in Chrome or Microsoft Edge

We're going to explain how to use the Chrome browser as a file browser, both on Android and on your computer. This is a hidden feature of Chromium that will allow you to browse through the internal folders of your PC or mobile phone without needing any specific application to…

Category : Technology   26-12-2020   by Janeth Kent

SEO: How to find and remove artificial links

At Ma-no we are aware of the importance of a good linkbuilding strategy in order to achieve success with a website. Links are key to placing a website among the top positions in Google search results, and therefore increasing the number of visits and conversions. But in today's post we are not…

Category : Seo & sem   23-12-2020   by Silvia Mazzetta

How to get paid in Bitcoin: CoinBase, CoinGate

After explaining how bitcoins work and how to pay using this cryptocurrency, we will see how to get paid in bitcoin. Below you will find explained in detail how to do it. Many people find the concept of BitCoin virtual currency confusing. We could simply explain that BitCoin is a peer-to-peer financial…

Category : Technology   23-12-2020   by Silvia Mazzetta

How to make the website's dark mode persistent with Local Storage, CSS and JS

Recently we wrote about how to do a switchable alternative color mode or theme, a very useful and popular feature to websites. Today’s article is going to be about how to store a user’s settings on your website, specifically, how to save dark mode settings and restore it when a…

Category : Css   22-12-2020   by Tibor Kopca

Dark Web: the creepy side of the Internet is not as dark as believed

People who surf the Dark Web are not necessarily looking for something illegal. Most people want to protect their privacy. And according to a recent study, 93 percent only use websites that are freely accessible. It is almost impossible not to leave traces on the Internet and therefore reveal a lot…

Category : Security   22-12-2020   by Silvia Mazzetta

Cross cultural challenges in web design, an overview

The user experience design of a product essentially lies between the intentions of the product and the characteristics of your user. - David Kadavy - The task of building a culturally appropriate website for a new market can be challenging: in this article we are going to talk about the impact of national…

Category : Web design   21-12-2020   by Maria Antonietta Marino

Python or Swift: Revealing Benefits and Drawbacks of Each Language and Their Differences

Programming languages constantly evolve to improve software performance and simplify developers’ lives. That’s why the programming languages’ ranking is so unstable. Popular languages change every year. While some become outdated and uninterested due to poor features, others get ahead of the ranking because of frequent updates and outstanding performance. There…

Category : Programming   04-03-2021   by

How to pay in Bitcoin: Hype and Coinbase

Once the wallet is created, let's see how to pay in Bitcoin to buy various products and services. If you have opened a Bitcoin wallet with HYPE, you can send payments using this cryptocurrency very easily. All you need to do is go to the Menu section of the HYPE app, press…

Category : Technology   10-12-2020   by Silvia Mazzetta

How to Use Bitcoin: mining, wallets, payments

You have certainly heard of Bitcoin, the virtual currency that periodically makes people talk about itself because of its innovative and particular nature. In this case, you have probably also wondered how it is possible to get and subsequently spend Bitcoins, and if it is something useful, as well as…

Category : Technology   10-12-2020   by Silvia Mazzetta

Security of Internet providers: can we trust it?

This year has been a time of many changes. Now, more people are connected to the Internet through their home routers for teleworking, shopping, or leisure. This is where the security of Internet operators becomes more important. The question is whether the ISP's security is good enough to be the only…

Category : Security   07-12-2020   by Janeth Kent

A Java approach: While loop

Hello everyone and welcome back! After having made a short, but full-bodied, introduction about cycles, today we are finally going to see the first implementations that use what we have called preconditional cycle. In Java, as in many other programming languages, this type of cycle is translated with the term while, which…

Category : Java   25-10-2020   by Alessio Mungelli

Website Traffic Getting Low? 4 Immediate Action to Take

If you have created a website, I am sure your end objective is to create a strong brand presence, boost engagement, and multiply revenue. An interesting statistic showed that there were 22.31 million internet users at the start of the year, in Australia. This means that there are ample opportunities to…

Category : Web marketing   04-12-2020   by Luigi Nori

5 Tips to Bring More Traffic to Your Blog

Publishing a blog on your business website is an effective marketing tool for several reasons. Blog posts are the ideal place to share information about your company, products, services, and showcase your expertise or comment on industry trends. Blog posts also give you a space to express more personality, a sense…

Category : Seo & sem   03-12-2020   by Janeth Kent

Brief History of Biometric Authentication

These days, biometric authentication seems to be part of every little gadget or device we use. You’ve no doubt used it when logging onto your laptop, your tablet, or your cell phone, alongside more ‘old school’ methods like a password or PIN. Governments often use biometric authentication for security access and…

Category : Security   30-11-2020   by Janeth Kent

Making AJAX requests to a REST API using vanilla JavaScript and XHR

Imagine you just build your first static web page and you would like to add some functionality to make it more attractive and generally more usable. Perhaps you would like to entertain your web page visitor with randomly generated cat facts, jokes, or, (preferably not randomly generated) weather forecasts or…

Category : Javascript   25-11-2020   by Iveta Karailievova

A beginner’s guide to software vulnerabilities

What are software vulnerabilities The number of devices connected to the Internet is growing every day. And among those devices we find not only computers and smartphones, but also an ever-rising number of cameras, smoke detectors, motion sensors, smart door locks, and let’s not forget that even plant pots. Many households…

Category : Security   17-11-2020   by Iveta Karailievova

Dark Mode on website using CSS and JavaScript

In today’s article we are going to learn how to build pretty much standard these days on the web pages and that is the alternative color mode and switching between them. This is very useful when during night you want the user to be able to NOT suffer by staring…

Category : Css   10-11-2020   by Tibor Kopca

The BleedingTooth vulnerability and other Bluetooth security risks

Have you ever heard of BleedingTooth? And we do not mean the really disturbing looking mushroom which goes by this name and is totally real (we double checked) but one of the lately discovered vulnerabilities in Linux systems. It had hit the tech news recently, when Andy Nguyen, a Google security…

Category : Security   10-11-2020   by Iveta Karailievova

A Java approach: The Cycles - Introduction

Hello everyone and welcome back! Until now, we have been talking about variables and selection structures, going to consider some of the fundamental aspects of these two concepts. Theoretically, to write any kind of program, the notions seen so far might be sufficient. However, a problem arises. How can we…

Category : Java   23-10-2020   by Alessio Mungelli

A Java Approach: Selection Structures - Use Cases

Hello everyone and welcome back! Up to now we have been concerned to make as complete an overview as possible of the fundamental concepts we need to approach the use of conditional structures. We have therefore introduced the concept of conditional structures, outlining the various situations that could arise. We…

Category : Java   20-10-2020   by Alessio Mungelli

JavaScript: Spread and Rest operators

In today’s article we are going to talk about one of the features of the ES6 version(ECMAScript 2015) of JavaScript which is Spread operator as well as Rest operator. These features may be very useful when developing and working with front-end frameworks. We will explain how you can use it in…

Category : Javascript   05-04-2021   by Tibor Kopca

The best tricks and features to master your Android Smart TV

We bring you a collection of the best tricks to squeeze Android TV, the Google operating system designed for televisions. You can find it on smart televisions of some brands, but also on devices that you will connect to the TV. With all of them, you can use different types…

Category : Networking   05-11-2020   by Luigi Nori

A Java approach: boolean variables

The previous time, we talked extensively about Boolean variables, trying to outline the main operations that can be carried out at a practical level.  Of all the cases examined, we have not examined the most important and most recurrent one: the case in which the conditions to be examined are more…

Category : Java   18-10-2020   by Alessio Mungelli

Why You Should Hire Node.js Developer for Your Backend Development

When developers are building a new website, they mainly focus on both frontend and backend development. The frontend code helps create the interfaces through which the app interacts with the users while the back-end code interacts with the server to deliver data or content that is displayed to the website…

Category : Javascript   27-10-2020   by Luigi Nori

How to watch deleted or private Youtube videos

Today we are going to talk about the technique which you permit to be able to recover videos from Youtube that was deleted, made private or simply blocked by Youtube itself. With this trick you most of the time would do just that. How is this possible we will explain…

Category : Social networks   05-04-2021   by Tibor Kopca

GAN Generated Images

Let’s play a game - can you guess what these portraits have in common?  They all depict non-existent people. All these images were created by artificial intelligence. We could say, that AI “dreamed” those people up.  How can a machine make up people’s faces? The genius idea came from Ian Goodfellow, who was…

Category : Technology   28-10-2020   by Iveta Karailievova

A Java approach: condtional structures

Hello everyone and welcome back! The previous times we have introduced the concept of variable, trying to define some basic concepts about it.  However, some situations suggest that the concept of variable alone is not enough to solve all the possible situations that may arise in front of us. A very…

Category : Java   17-10-2020   by Alessio Mungelli

3 awesome ways technology is helping us combat the COVID pandemic

Times are hard now, that humanity once more stumbled into a terrible pandemic. But in comparison to the poor folks back in 1918 when the Spanish flu was on wreaking havoc, nowadays we have the advantage of cutting edge technology on our side. Here’s a quick list of top three ways…

Category : Technology   28-10-2020   by Iveta Karailievova

How to Deal with Unnatural Inbound Links

A website that has a good rank on search engines, especially Google is a big task. Backlinks or Inbound links are one of the best ways to achieve this ranking. Sometimes in a haste to achieve this goal, websites indulge in underhanded behaviour like unnatural inbound links. These are considered…

Category : Seo & sem   25-10-2020   by Janeth Kent

Hashmap: hashing, collisions and first functions

Today we are going to study some concepts closely related to hashmaps. The concepts we are going to see are hashing and collisions. Hashing The idea of hashing with chaining is to create a sort of array of lists, into which the elements are somehow inserted. We need to map the keys to…

Category : C language   28-06-2020   by Alessio Mungelli

Javascript: what are callbacks and how to use them.

Today we are going to learn about a concept that is widely used in javascript and that is used quite a lot by today's frameworks, libraries, especially NodeJS. This is the use of Callbacks.   What is a Callback?   Simplifying, it is to pass a function as a parameter so that this function…

Category : Javascript   23-10-2020   by Silvia Mazzetta

Data structures in Java - Linked Lists

With 2020 we are going to look at a new aspect of programming: data structures. It is often the case that everyone uses structures provided by the various programming languages. The objective will be to have a general idea of how they work and their internal mechanisms. Often we will…

Category : Java   22-10-2020   by Alessio Mungelli

How to share your location using Plus codes on Google Maps for Android

Do you know what plus codes or plus codes on Google Maps are and what they are for? We tell you how they work and how to get them from anywhere. You may have been sent one and not know very well what it is for. If you have never used them,…

Category : Technology   22-10-2020   by Janeth Kent

A Java approach: variables - use case

Hello all friends and welcome back! After the introduction made on the variables, we try to analyse some critical issues that may arise in quite common situations. Let's start by analysing some practical examples. Example 1: division that returns a non-integer result The first critical case that might arise for those who approach…

Category : Java   22-10-2020   by Alessio Mungelli

Introduction to REGEX - Regular Expression

Today we are going to write about Regular Expressions known as regex or shortened  regexp, a very useful concept of using search patterns. Surely you were in a situation when you need to replace some word for another or character for some else. This and more you can handle with Regular…

Category : Programming   23-10-2020   by Tibor Kopca

A Java approach: variables

Hello everyone and welcome back! Today we will begin a journey that will lead us to study, and possibly review, what are the basics of programming. We will start by talking about variaibli. Introduction Anyone who wants to approach the world of programming will soon realise that coding is not exactly like what…

Category : Java   20-09-2020   by Alessio Mungelli

MAME Multiple Arcade Machine Emulator: How to download and configure this arcade emulator for Windows

Despite the fact that new state-of-the-art computer games are coming out every so often, the whole retro theme is very appealing to users who are looking to relive the long hours spent in front of a console, such as the NES or SNES, and even in arcades playing arcade machines.…

Category : Software   14-10-2020   by Luigi Nori

How to turn an Android device into a retro game console

If you like retro games and you want to set up your own system at home, a good way to do it is using Android. From emulators for Mega Drive, N64, GBA, PS1 or Super Nintendo, to other systems such as MAME, all of them are available in Android app…

Category : Software   14-10-2020   by Silvia Mazzetta

Network and port scanning with Zenmap

This article goes out to all the computer nerds who are, when it comes to networking, more on the noob-side of the crowd. It does not have to be complicated and everyone with patience and eagerness to learn something new can relatively quickly gain the knowledge necessary to feel more…

Category : Security   08-10-2020   by Iveta Karailievova

A Dev compile and install Windows XP and Server 2003 from filtered source code

One of the events in the IT field this year was the massive leak of the source code of Windows XP and other large systems such as Windows Server 2003. Although Microsoft has not yet pronounced on the veracity of the code, researchers say it seems real, and those who…

Category : Operating systems   08-10-2020   by Luigi Nori

HTTP Cookies: how they work and how to use them

Today we are going to write about the way to store data in a browser, why websites use cookies and how they work in detail. Continue reading to find out how to implement and manage them - if you're looking for code! Understanding HTTP COOKIES - What are they? Cookies and other types…

Category : Programming   27-11-2020   by Tibor Kopca

SEO in Google News: How to appear in Google News

Google News is a tool, from Google, that spreads current, reliable and truthful content from different websites or portals dedicated exclusively to news. The sites that appear in Google News have a great opportunity to increase traffic to your website and consequently the opportunity to increase your sales through it. If…

Category : Seo & sem   04-10-2020   by Luigi Nori

Google Dorks: How to find interesting data and search like hacker

Go the words Google and Hacking together? Well if you thought that we will learn how to use hack Google, you might be wrong. But we can Use Google search engine to find interesting data accidentally exposed to the Internet. Such a simple search bar has the potential to help you also…

Category : Security   03-12-2021   by Tibor Kopca

Double VPN: what it is and how it works

Privacy on the web is a very important factor for users and there are more and more tools to help us maintain it. Without a doubt VPN services have had a very important increase in recent times and represent an option to preserve our data when we browse. However, in…

Category : Security   28-09-2020   by Silvia Mazzetta

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