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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

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

What is Django and what is it used for

When we talk about Django, we refer to that framework that is used for any totally free and open source web application which is written in Python. Basically, it's a group of elements that will help you create web pages much more easily and quickly. At the moment you are going…

Category : Programming   26-12-2020   by Janeth Kent

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

Some Neat Ways to Improve Your Internet Browsing Experience?

Not everyone has the best time when they are surfing the net. There are multiple reasons why an internet browser struggles, but that does not mean the situation is out of your hands. Relying on the internet is inevitable these days. We use it for work, entertainment, and socializing with friends…

Category : News and events   21-12-2020   by Janeth Kent

Install MacOS on PC - the Ultimate Guide (Hackintosh)

There has always been a belief that the Apple MacOS Operating System could only be installed on computers sold directly by Apple. But on the Internet there is a large community dedicated to Hackintosh. And in this guide we are going to show you today all you need to know…

Category : Operating systems   10-12-2020   by Ismael Mohamed

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

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

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

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

How to securely access the Dark Web in 15 steps. Second part

Let's continue with the 2nd part of our article in which we try to give you some advice on how to safely and securely explore the dark web. Let's restart from number 6.   6. Changes the security level in the Tor browser   It is also possible to increase the security level of the…

Category : Security   19-09-2020   by Janeth Kent

How to securely access the Dark Web in 15 steps. First part

The dark web can be a pretty dangerous place if you don't take the right precautions. You can stay relatively safe with a good antivirus and a decent VPN. However, if you want to be completely anonymous and protect your device, you'll need a little more than that. Here there are…

Category : Security   19-09-2020   by Silvia Mazzetta

How to Browse the Internet Anonymously: 6 tips

Most of the actions you take online are not as private as you might imagine. Nowadays, countless people and groups try to follow our online behaviour as closely as possible. Our ISPs, our network administrators, our browsers, search engines, the applications we have installed, social networks, governments, hackers and even the…

Category : Security   16-09-2020   by Silvia Mazzetta

How to run Android apps in Windows 10

Forget about having to constantly pick up your phone to see notifications or answer messages, Your Phone in Windows 10 is what you need and here we tell you how to use it. Apple users can't stop remarking how well their iPhone, iPad and Mac work together. And for a long…

Category : Technology   15-09-2020   by Silvia Mazzetta

What is a Cryptophone and how it works

The so-called cryptophones, are anti-interception smartphones as they use encryption methods to protect all communication systems. Here are all the details and the truth about these "unassailable" phones. The recent Encrochat affair, recently investigated for illegal activities, has brought to light the so-called cryptophones. They are smartphones - legal in themselves -…

Category : Security   11-09-2020   by Silvia Mazzetta

How to ‘leave’ a WhatsApp group without actually leaving

If you want to leave a WhatsApp group but don't want the 'You left the group' message to be displayed, read this article. Some people love WhatsApp groups, and some people hate them from the first moment they get into one. And with the confinement and the pandemic we're experiencing, the…

Category : Social networks   10-09-2020   by Silvia Mazzetta

How to comply with Google's quality guidelines in 2020

Google provides a set of guidelines on what your website's content should look like in order to appear in search results. There are several categories within the Google guidelines: Webmaster Guidelines. General guidelines. Content-specific guidelines. Quality guidelines. In this article we will focus on the Quality guidelines. Quality guidelines, describe techniques whose use is prohibited and which,…

Category : Seo & sem   09-09-2020   by Silvia Mazzetta

How to install a Linux partition on a Windows 10 PC

In spite of a past we could say almost confronted, the approach between Windows and Linux is accelerating more and more, drawing a story closer to love than to hate. So much so that Windows 10 already offers support for Linux natively. Creating a subsystem is no longer penalized. A…

Category : Operating systems   06-09-2020   by Luigi Nori

How to setup an Android TV with androidtv.com/setup or the Google application

Android TVs and players are a good investment if you want to have all the entertainment at your fingertips. However, they require an installation that, although simple, has several ways to run. We show you how to set up your Android TV without complications and in less than five minutes. Android…

Category : Operating systems   26-10-2020   by Janeth Kent

Matrix. An open network for secure and decentralized communication that you can install in your Ubuntu server

Imagine to have an open platform that is as independent, vibrant and evolving as the Web itself, but for communication. As of June 2019, Matrix is out of beta, and the protocol is fully suitable for production usage. But, what is Matrix? Matrix is an open standard for real-time, interoperable and decentralized communication over…

Category : Networking   25-08-2020   by Luigi Nori

Browse safely and privately from your mobile phone using a VPN

Every day our smartphones suffer attacks, viruses, malware and information theft. In this article you will be able to deduce if you need a VPN in your mobile phone to safely surf the Internet, to avoid possible attacks on public Wi-Fi networks and also to filter out advertising and malware…

Category : Security   25-08-2020   by Janeth Kent

The package managers npm and yarn: main differences

Npm and yarn are package managers that help to manage a project’s dependencies. A dependency is, as it sounds, something that a project depends on, a piece of code that is required to make the project work properly. In the past we had only npm but it had so many issues…

Category : Javascript   19-08-2020   by Luigi Nori

How to configure Tor to browse the deep web safely

Today we explain how to set up Tor to browse safely, and we'll share some links to safe sites on the deep web to get you started. Many already know that not everything on the Internet appears in Google, Yahoo, Bing or other search engines, and that accessing much of this…

Category : Security   12-08-2020   by Silvia Mazzetta

Smishing: risks, examples and how to avoid it

Do you know what smishing is, what risks it involves and how you can avoid it? The cyber-criminals are betting on the technique known as Smishing when it comes to defrauding users through text messages (SMS). The objective of Smishing is the same as that of other types of scams…

Category : Security   16-07-2020   by Silvia Mazzetta

A collection of interesting networks and technology aiming at re-decentralizing the Internet

The decentralised web, or DWeb, could be a chance to take control of our data back from the big tech firms. So how does it work? Take a look at this collection of projects aimed to build a decentralized internet. Cloud BitDust - is decentralized, secure and anonymous on-line storage, where only…

Category : Networking   27-08-2020   by Janeth Kent

WSL2 is released to run Linux distributions on Windows

If you are reading about this for the first time, the Windows Subsystem for Linux is a kind of virtual machine that allows you to run the Linux terminal on the Microsoft system (Windows). From this terminal we can use tools as long as the necessary packages are installed. Now with…

Category : Servers   07-07-2020   by Janeth Kent

MySQL 8.0 is now fully supported in PHP 7.4

MySQL and PHP is a love story that started long time ago. However the love story with MySQL 8.0 was a bit slower to start… but don’t worry it rules now ! The support of MySQL 8.0’s new default authentication method in PHP took some time and was added in PHP…

Category : Databases   27-10-2020   by Janeth Kent

Is JavaScript good for machine learning?

One of the things you always hear when you are talking to someone related to the M.L. world is that, one must learn Python because the vast majority of the major libraries are in that technology. You're probably right, but I chose JavaScript as the metal of my sword and…

Category : Javascript   16-06-2020   by Silvia Mazzetta

How to get notified when one of your WhatsApp contact is online

Privacy is one of the most important aspects among most users of the popular Facebook messaging application. So much so, that many settings have been included in WhatsApp itself to offer users the ability to display their profile picture, status, info, or the time they last connected to the application…

Category : Software   15-06-2020   by Silvia Mazzetta

Dark Web: how to access, risks and contents

You've probably heard of the Dark Web before, but do you really know what the Dark Web is, or what it consists of? Do you know its risks? Which users use the Dark Web? What content is published? Would you know how to access the Dark Web safely? If you are reading…

Category : Security   13-06-2020   by Silvia Mazzetta

WhatsApp: How to View Deleted Messages

Words are carried away by the wind, as long as they are not written on WhatsApp. Sending it was like getting a tattoo, something you'll always like, or yet it'll be there for years to remind you of a mistake. Then came the option to delete sent messages, a white card…

Category : News and events   25-05-2020   by Janeth Kent

Onion Search Engine: How to browse the Deep Web without Tor

The general recommendation does not change: Anyone interested in entering the Deep Web will get a more complete and secure experience by downloading a copy of the Tor Browser, and modifying various browsing habits. However, the desire to "take a look" is always present, and for those cases there is…

Category : Security   25-05-2020   by Janeth Kent

How to turn your smartphone into a webcam for your pc

With the propagation of Covid-19 we all had to adapt to a new quarantine situation at home, and since the human being needs to communicate constantly, we used the internet channel to make group calls, be it between friends or business meetings. This has led to a rapid expansion of online…

Category : Multimedia   17-05-2020   by Luigi Nori

How to save and edit photos in WebP format in GIMP

When working with our own images or those of others, there are many photo-editing programs we can make use of. These solutions help us to convert, retouch, or enhance our photos in a more or less advanced way. Here we can mention programs such as Photoshop or GIMP, two of…

Category : Web design   17-05-2020   by Silvia Mazzetta

How to get into the Deep Web: a guide to access TOR, ZeroNet, Freenet and I2P

We would like to present you with a guide that will allow you to enter the main darknets that make up the Dark Web, colloquially known as the Deep Web, although this last term has another meaning. The hidden Internet or Dark Web is a portion of the network in…

Category : Security   07-05-2020   by Janeth Kent

Web shells as a security thread for web applications

Over the past two decades, web applications as an alternative to traditional desktop application have been on to rise. As their name suggests, they are installed on web servers and accessed via a web browser. This gives web apps a rather long list of advantages: multi-platform cross-compatibility, no installation required for…

Category : Security   04-05-2020   by Iveta Karailievova

Online Marketing Strategies for your Ecommerce

The impetus and desire we have to launch our online store can be counterproductive if we have not defined a pre-launch strategy. If we are determined to launch our ecommerce without having stopped to think if we are doing it right, there is a good chance that we will fail. That…

Category : Web marketing   02-05-2020   by Silvia Mazzetta

Linux For Dummies: Permissions

In the previous articles I made a short introduction to the Unix world and in the following article I have dealt with the basic commands for the file system management. Today we are going to talk about permissions. We are going to take Ubuntu as an example, but in the other distros the working mechanism…

Category : Operating systems   14-03-2020   by Alessio Mungelli

How to Install Node.js and NPM on Ubuntu 18.04

Node.js is a JavaScript platform for general programming that allows users to create network applications quickly. By leveraging JavaScript in both frontend and backend, Node.js makes development more uniform and integrated. Node.js is a JavaScript runtime built on Chrome's V8 JavaScript engine. runtime for easily building fast, scalable network applications. In this…

Category : Development   24-04-2020   by Luigi Nori

Protect yourself: know which apps have access to your location, microphone and camera

When you install an application on your smartphone, you decide what permissions you give it, but it's not always clear. We tell you how to know if those permissions are too much...   Smartphones have become the target of choice for hackers and criminals who want to make money or extort money…

Category : News and events   20-04-2020   by Silvia Mazzetta

The best websites of the Tor Deep Web and Dark Web Network

We already talked about Deep Web more than a year ago, explaining that to open Deep Web (or rather Dark Web) sites you need total and undetectable user anonymity and access to the "onion" network. The Dark Web is much smaller than the Deep Web and is composed mainly of sites…

Category : Security   26-10-2020   by Janeth Kent

How to check if the GPS works

Have you tried to share your location with some friends but couldn't because the GPS on your smartphone looks dead? Don't jump to conclusions - your phone may not be having hardware problems. In fact, GPS malfunctions are often caused by temporary problems due to poor signal reception or poor…

Category : News and events   10-04-2020   by Silvia Mazzetta

Easy Face and hand tracking browser detection with TensorFlow.js AI and MediaPipe

In March the TensorFlow team has released two new packages: facemesh and handpose for tracking key landmarks on faces and hands respectively. This release has been a collaborative effort between the MediaPipe and TensorFlow.js teams within Google Research. The facemesh package finds facial boundaries and landmarks within an image, and handpose…

Category : Programming   09-04-2020   by Luigi Nori

5 Fool-Proof Ideas For Location-Based Apps

Like it or not, geolocation is a part of our everyday lives. In fact, you’ll find the technology pre-installed on 90% of the apps currently living on your smartphone. Location-based apps are here to stay, which makes them a lucrative option for mobile app developers looking to take advantage of…

Category : Software   01-04-2020   by Luigi Nori

How to find everything you need on the Deep Web and the Dark Web

The Deep Web is also known as the Deep Internet is a sort of layer of content that is not indexed by the search engines we usually use. It will not appear in Google, Bing or Yahoo but these search engines will only show you results from the superficial part…

Category : Security   29-03-2020   by Silvia Mazzetta

Linux for Dummies: Ubuntu Terminal

I introduced in the previous article, available here, the basic concepts concerning the Linux world. Today we are going to have a look to some basic operations that we can perform using the terminal in an Ubuntu-like operating system. What is the command line? Shell, terminal and command line are words that commonly stand for a…

Category : Operating systems   27-02-2020   by Alessio Mungelli

Linux for Dummies: Introduction

If you have thought about migrating from Windows to a Unix operating system, or Linux specifically there are things you should know. The goal is to give essential information (and not) to take the first steps in the world of the "penguin". What is Linux? With the word Linux we commonly refer…

Category : Operating systems   21-08-2020   by Alessio Mungelli

Best Web Proxies for Safer and Anonymous Surfing

Privacy is increasingly demanded in the context of global society. Contributing to this are the notorious cases of massive infiltration and security breaches that have ended up filtering users' private data. But there is also a widespread suspicion that someone is "watching" everything we do. For that reason, the use…

Category : Security   11-01-2020   by Silvia Mazzetta

How to Stay Safe When Shopping Online

It can seem that not a day goes by when we don’t hear of some new hacking case or people who have had their sensitive date compromised via the internet. It’s true that cybercriminals are always coming up with new strategies to attempt to steal either money or information, but…

Category : News and events   08-01-2020   by Silvia Mazzetta

How to setup Free Let’s Encrypt SSL certificates with ISPConfig 3

Let’s Encrypt is an initiative to provide a better way of enabling encryption on websites. It is open, automated and above all: it offers free SSL certificates. Obtaining SSL certificates was always a bit of a hassle and now thanks to Let’s Encrypt and Certbot, finding a certificate authority, doing regular payment,…

Category : Servers   03-12-2019   by Luigi Nori

How they can hack you while navigating

When we connect to the Internet we can be victims of many types of attacks. It is a reality that there are many threats in the form of malware that affect all types of systems and devices. However, it is at the time of using the browser where more problems…

Category : Security   02-12-2019   by Silvia Mazzetta

Layouts with Bootstrap 4: how to create a responsive web

Responsive or adaptable web design is a design methodology in which the appearance of the web page adapts to the resolution of the device with which it is being viewed, so we can have a unique design for computers, tablets or mobiles. To implement a responsive design we can make use…

Category : Web design   23-11-2019   by Silvia Mazzetta

How to Secure Remote Access Using VPN

Using a VPN to get remote access allows users to connect to aSecure server via the internet. Rather than logging into the same server directly, uses instead first login to a VPN which allows them to connect to the server more securely. This goes a long way to protecting the…

Category : Networking   24-04-2020   by Luigi Nori

10 libraries for machine learning in JavaScript

JavaScript is currently one of the most popular programming languages. Its main application is in web applications, used to give functionality to dynamic web pages. Another field in which it is gaining strength is for the creation of mobile applications. Being the language used in different hybrid development platforms such…

Category : Javascript   16-06-2020   by Luigi Nori

Vue.js 3.0: What are Hooks and how they work

This article introduces an experimental Vue feature called Hooks. Before you start This post is suited for developers of all stages including beginners. Here are a few things you should already have before going through this article. You will need the following in your pc: Node.js version 10.x and above installed. You can verify if…

Category : Javascript   06-09-2019   by Luigi Nori

What's new in Angular?

In version 8.0.3 of Angular we can find great changes and say goodbye to our beloved companion the home page of Angular which has been re-designed with a fresh attractive theme with more useful links and of course the vision of what can become our application to update we must…

Category : Javascript   26-08-2019   by Janeth Kent

Styling React components: recommendations and suggestions

With CSS we can set the presentation of a document through the rules that control the formatting of an element on a web page. Using CSS techniques, we can make web pages more attractive and elegant. Before going into the topic of posting, let's talk about React. By now, almost everyone knows…

Category : Javascript   17-05-2020   by Janeth Kent

Best Open-Source Javascript Date Picker Plugins and Libraries

For date pickers, selecting menus is a common choice as they are simple to set up. But I suppose our customers deserve better after centuries of using MM / DD / YY menus. For many companies, datepickers are vital. They can also be used for any defined purpose to monitor time. It…

Category : Javascript   06-05-2020   by Janeth Kent

Now you can download the new Windows terminal: new, modern, fast, efficient, and powerful.

Microsoft has announced its new Windows Terminal, which will bring together PowerShell, CMD and WSL, includes a real Linux kernel that allows you to run more Linux software on Windows and with better performance than WSL 1 in one place to end the diversification that currently has the operating system…

Category : Software   26-06-2019   by Janeth Kent

Progressive Web Apps Directory: The Best Collection of Resources

Get started with progressive web apps and learn things in depth, this page will list the best resources we know of to help you understand Progressive Web Apps (PWAs) . Make sure to bookmark this page, as this is a living document that we’ll be adding to from time to time.Progressive…

Category : Javascript   20-06-2019   by Janeth Kent

RCS: Everything you need to know about the successor to the SMS

What is RCS? What is it for? Discover everything about this system that Google has been promoting for some time and the future it could have. Messaging in the handset market has changed dramatically over time. For many years SMS was the way most people used to be in contact with…

Category : Mobile   18-06-2019   by Janeth Kent

How to use to Chrome Lighthouse

How would you like to perform a fast SEO audit with a Chrome browser-based instrument? With the Lighthouse extension, you can do that. If you're not acquainted with Lighthouse, it's an open-source tool used by experts to verify their website's health. It analyzes everything from best practices to performance to accessibility. As…

Category : Seo & sem   14-06-2019   by Janeth Kent

How to Create your own custom Linux system, step by step

Here is some information where you can learn step by step how to customize a Linux distribution to create your own Linux. If we follow the steps, even the less experienced will be able to create their own Linux to their liking. Personalizing a distribution not only serves to have a…

Category : Operating systems   14-06-2019   by Janeth Kent

10 Collaborative Coding Tools for Remote Pair Programming

The days of lonesome coding are long gone since the development of pair programming. It is a technique where two software developers share a keyboard and collaboratively work together. The two developers take turns and continually switch roles in writing code: one being the Driver, whose job is to write…

Category : Development   02-03-2020   by Janeth Kent

Unlock Hidden SmartPhone Features with these Secret Codes

Unstructured Supplementary Service Data (USSD), sometimes known as "quick codes" or "feature codes", is an extra-UI protocol, which allows people to access hidden features. This protocol was originally created for GSM phones, but can be found on CDMA devices as well (if that's a bunch of acronym gibberish to you,…

Category : Security   17-09-2020   by Janeth Kent

Nofollow and dofollow links, How and when to use?

Within any website the links are an element that brings dynamism to the experience of navigating through the different sections that make it up allowing us to go from one content to another quickly. However, it is necessary to take into account that Google, as well as other search engines will…

Category : Seo & sem   19-05-2019   by Janeth Kent

Advantages of Progressive Web Applications

The unstoppable increase in the use of mobile devices to connect to the Internet has resulted in the fact that it is no longer enough to have only one web page to have an online presence.  Right now, any company that wants to stand out and build customer loyalty must also…

Category : Javascript   08-05-2019   by Janeth Kent

The Steps to Take if You're  the Victim of a Cyber Hack

The Steps to Take if You're the Victim of a Cyber Hack

According to statistics, the fight on cyber-hacks and crimes has never been more heated. Last year marked a six-year high when it came to cybercrimes in the United States as there were more than 300,000 people in the country that found themselves a victim. Even more alarming was the fact…

Category : News and events   27-03-2019   by Janeth Kent

Tools to build PWA quickly

Tools to build PWA quickly

For quite some time now, UX has been the focus of modern web development. Several factors affect this, including page load speed, usability, scalability, and design. But now more customers prefer mobile web browsing over desktop browsing, any website— whether a niche blog or an e-commerce store — should begin…

Category : Programming   02-03-2019   by Janeth Kent

Vue.js: a quick start guide for beginners. Part 3

Vue.js: a quick start guide for beginners. Part 3

Welcome here again! Last time we didn't listen to our very first user events and and methods to react to these events. Now we are going to explain directives and conditional rendering. if-else Regardless of the framework, one of the most important tools under any programmer's belt is conditional rendering. Depending on…

Category : Javascript   25-02-2019   by Janeth Kent

The Best RSS Readers for Ubuntu

The Best RSS Readers for Ubuntu

Even if most of the tech experts actively claim that RSS (Rich Site Summary) is dead especially after Google Reader was discontinued 5 years ago but it isn’t yet as still many people rely on RSS to get the latest news, podcasts, videos etc. and almost every website is still…

Category : Software   19-02-2019   by Janeth Kent

Which Javascript frameworks will rule in 2019?

Which Javascript frameworks will rule in 2019?

In this article, we will review and analyze the 2018 State of JavaScript report to later focus attention on frameworks that will be at the center of attention in 2019. Let's take some time to look at the amazing journey of JavaScript, reflected in the use of more than 20,000 developers…

Category : Javascript   19-02-2019   by Janeth Kent

Async/Await how they really work: an example

Async/Await how they really work: an example

Promises give us an easier way to deal sequentially with asynchrony in our code. This is a welcome addition, given that our brains are not designed to deal efficiently with asynchronicity. Async / await functions, help us to write completely synchronous code while performing asynchronous tasks in the background. The functionality…

Category : Javascript   22-02-2019   by Janeth Kent

Top Social Media Marketing Tools in 2019

Top Social Media Marketing Tools in 2019

Social media marketing is a baffling area.  The social media has revolutionized and completely changed the way we send and receive information. It is more interactive, can be done in real time and uses a wide number of media like text, audio, video, pictures, graphics and more.  Tools such as…

Category : Social networks   08-10-2019   by Janeth Kent

Superior React-Native Courses for Mobile Application Developers

If you are a web developer who wants to cross the massive world of mobile app development, but does not want to spend time learning Java or Kotlin for Android development, or Objective C or Swift for iOS development, then React Native could be a great tool for you. The React…

Category : Programming   24-11-2019   by Janeth Kent

Tips for JavaScript Developers

Another year is over and JavaScript is constantly changing. However, there are some tips that can help you write in 2019 clean and efficient code that scales. Below is a list of 9 pragmatic suggestions.   async / await   Are you still trapped in callback hell? Don't use callbacks unless it's completely necessary, such…

Category : Javascript   08-06-2020   by Janeth Kent

Working with JSON in JavaScript

JSON is short for JavaScript Object Notation and an easy - to - access way to store information. In short, it gives us a collection of human - readable data that we can access in a very logical way. In addition to RSS feeds, any sites now share data using JSON,…

Category : Javascript   08-04-2020   by Janeth Kent

Stunning React Boilerplates and Starter Kits for 2019

Stunning React Boilerplates and Starter Kits for 2019

As React progresses and helps us build and compose the UI of our applications, more React applications are created every day. In the past few years, the community has indeed created multiple projects to help you save time and kick-start these apps. But it's not always as simple as it seems to…

Category : Javascript   10-02-2019   by Janeth Kent

How to build a basic PWA with HTML and Javascript

Looking at the web for a basic PWA online training exercise, everything I found was just too confused or required libraries/system/stage or another. If we need to learn another innovation, we would preferably not get derailed with redundant subtleties ... We have indeed composed a basic introductory exercise to draw from different…

Category : Javascript   10-04-2020   by Janeth Kent

The Absolute Beginner's Guide to Sass

The Absolute Beginner's Guide to Sass

You've probably heard about CSS preprocessors before, whether it's Sass, LESS or Stylus, and they're all great tools to maintain your CSS, especially when you work with large codebases. For "lay" (;-)) people: A CSS preprocessor is a program that allows you to generate CSS from the unique syntax of the…

Category : Css   05-02-2019   by Janeth Kent

Most Popular Node.js Frameworks in 2019

Most Popular Node.js Frameworks in 2019

Before Node.js, web developers always faced the issue of having to use different languages for client-side and server-side scripts. JavaScript was traditionally the language for client-side scripting with the HTML code running in the browser. The invention of Node.js in 2009 introduced server-side scripting with JavaScript code running on the…

Category : Javascript   14-02-2019   by Janeth Kent

How To Build A Presentation Using HTML, CSS, & JavaScript

The process of conceiving and constructing a presentation is often hard. Sometimes we're stuck with Keynote or PowerPoint, and the templates are extremely limited and generic. Today, we're going to learn how to create an awesome and animated presentation using HTML, CSS, and JavaScript. If you're a beginner, don't worry! This tutorial will…

Category : Javascript   13-10-2020   by Janeth Kent

Configuring DNS-over-TLS and DNS-over-HTTPS with any DNS Server

Configuring DNS-over-TLS and DNS-over-HTTPS with any DNS Server

The new DNS-over-TLS (DoT) and DNS-over-HTTPS (DoH) protocols are available for enabling end user's privacy and security given the fact that most DNS clients use UDP or TCP protocols which are prone to eavesdropping, vulnerable to Man-in-the-Middle (MitM) attacks and, are frequently abused by ISPs in many countries with Internet…

Category : Networking   27-12-2018   by Janeth Kent

How to Record a Streaming Video

Nowadays, online video streaming sites provide a lot of good TV shows that can be watched for free. You like to watch movies from your favourite video streaming site, but you just couldn't find the time to watch them online. For example, you need to go to work and you…

Category : Multimedia   23-08-2019   by Janeth Kent

80 Linux Network Monitor Software & Tools for Managing & Monitoring Unix/Linux Systems

80 Linux Network Monitor Software & Tools for Managing & Monitoring Unix/Linux Systems

It’s hard work monitoring and debugging Linux performance problems, but it’s easier with the right tools at the right time. Finding a Linux Network Monitor tool or Software package for your Critical servers and services that are running on those systems in one of the most (if not the most)…

Category : Security   23-10-2018   by Janeth Kent

How to install Letsencrypt Certificates with Certbot in Ubuntu

In this article we will explain how to install, manage and configure the SSL Security certificate, Let's Encypt in NGINX server used as proxy. This certificate is free but does not offer any guarantee and has to be renewed every 3 months. We recommend that users with shell access use the…

Category : Servers   09-05-2020   by Janeth Kent

A Guide to Moving IT Services During an Office Relocation

A Guide to Moving IT Services During an Office Relocation

Relocating a business from one office to another can be stressful. You can’t afford any loss of productivity and given that there are so many things that can go wrong, it is wise to plan everything down to the last detail. Moving desks and other office furniture is relatively straightforward. A…

Category : News and events   21-08-2018   by Janeth Kent

How to Set up a Fully Functional Mail Server on Ubuntu 16.04 with iRedMail

How to Set up a Fully Functional Mail Server on Ubuntu 16.04 with iRedMail

Setting up your own mail server from scratch on Linux is complex and tedious, until you meet iRedMail. This tutorial is going to show you how you can easily and quickly set up a full-fledged mail server on Ubuntu 16.04 with iRedMail under 30 minutes. What is iRedMail? iRedMail is a shell…

Category : Networking   08-08-2018   by Janeth Kent

Useful Terminal Commands Every Web Developer Should Know About

Useful Terminal Commands Every Web Developer Should Know About

The command line interface (CLI), or Terminal is considered by many to be the Holy Grail of computer management. At one time the CLI was the only way to accomplish anything on a computer; then, the CLI gave way to the graphical user interface (GUI) as the popularity of PCs…

Category : Operating systems   22-06-2018   by Janeth Kent

The best Free and Open-Source Video editing, VFX and compositing software

The programs listed below are the foundation of this blog. It’s Free & Open-Source Video Editing Software that does all the stuff the expensive commercial programs do. We’ll keep the links here updated, so you always know where to get them. Also, with this basic list, we are focusing on well-developed programs that work on…

Category : Multimedia   18-02-2020   by Janeth Kent

Send Push Notification to Users Using Firebase Messaging Service in PHP

Send Push Notification to Users Using Firebase Messaging Service in PHP

Today I will show you how to send unlimited free push notifications to your clients using Firebase Cloud Messaging (FCM) in your PHP web application. Push Notifications are clickable messages that come from a website. They are used to show notifications outside the web page context even if the user is not browsing…

Category : Php   14-05-2018   by Janeth Kent

Install macOS High Sierra in VirtualBox on Windows 10

Install macOS High Sierra in VirtualBox on Windows 10

Whether you want to occasionally test a website in Safari, or try out a little bit of software in the Mac environment, having access to the latest version of macOS in a virtual machine is useful. Unfortunately, you’re not really supposed to do this—so getting macOS running in VirtualBox is,…

Category : Operating systems   30-04-2018   by Janeth Kent

How to Become a Full Stack Developer in 2018

How to Become a Full Stack Developer in 2018

A full stack developer is someone who can work on the development of all layers of an app or program. That means that they are familiar with both the front end and back end aspects of programming. For example, full stack development would involve the development of the user interface, the…

Category : Programming   22-03-2018   by Janeth Kent

Install Java in Ubuntu 16.04

Install Java in Ubuntu 16.04

Java and the JVM (Java's virtual machine) are widely used and required for many kinds of software. This article will guide you through the process of installing and managing different versions of Java using apt-get. Installing the Default JRE/JDK The easiest option for installing Java is using the version packaged with Ubuntu.…

Category : Networking   23-11-2017   by Janeth Kent

ArangoDB, install and configure the popular Database in ubuntu 16.04

ArangoDB, install and configure the popular Database in ubuntu 16.04

Introduction to ArangoDb, open source, NoSQL, multi-model database BigData seems to be getting stronger every day and more and more NoSQL databases are coming out to the market, all trying to position themselves in the lead to be the reference. This week I tried ArangoDB! Another NoSQL database? Today I'm going to…

Category : Databases   14-11-2017   by Janeth Kent

What You Need to Start a Great Healthcare Blog

What You Need to Start a Great Healthcare Blog

Would you like to start your own healthcare blog? Many people think about setting up this type of resource, but very few of these people eventually make a success of it. However, if you're serious about setting up a great healthcare blog, you need the following things: A Recognized Healthcare Qualification People…

Category : Web marketing   21-09-2017   by Janeth Kent

Facebook Prepack, The Next Big Thing In The JavaScript World

Facebook Prepack, The Next Big Thing In The JavaScript World

In the last days, the social networks were crazy about Prepack. Probably you still haven’t heard about it. It’s reasonable! It has been an open source only a few days ago. Prepack has developed by Facebook and it is under active development. It’s experimental and still in very early stage,…

Category : Javascript   11-05-2017   by Janeth Kent

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