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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

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

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

How To Add Filter Effects to Images with CSS

To achieve interesting effects on your images, learn about the 'filter' and 'Backdrop-Filter' properties of CSS. CSS filters are a very attractive feature of CSS that allows you to apply certain image effects, typical of photo retouching applications, such as sepia, variations in brightness or contrast (or others) on the fly…

Category : Css   28-10-2020   by Silvia Mazzetta

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

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

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

Jennifer in Paradise: story of the first photo ever edited in Photoshop

A photograph with more than 30 years of history has become an icon in popular culture, or at least it remains in the memory of those who have ever used Adobe Photoshop, the well-known tool for photo retouching. Behind software like Photoshop there are dozens of stories. One of them…

Category : News and events   25-09-2020   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

Neumorphism (aka neomorphism) : new trend in UI design

This area, which arises from a basic human need, such as the urge to communicate, is constantly changing thanks to the advances of the technological era. Today, we invite you to reflect on the origin of this discipline and its future challenges. Graphic language has always been present throughout our lives…

Category : Ui/ux design   17-06-2020   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   03-11-2022   by Janeth Kent

The worst 50 passwords of 2019

Despite all the security flaws, data leaks or privacy risks, the vast majority of people still use things like "123456" for their password. Darlings, it's time to take security a little seriously. The security company SplashData has published its ninth annual list of the year's worst passwords, assessing over 5 million passwords…

Category : News and events   31-12-2019   by Silvia Mazzetta

Highlights from the JavaScript Style Guide of Google

Highlights from the JavaScript Style Guide of Google

For anyone who is not already acquainted with it, Google provides a style guide for writing JavaScript that gives the best stylistic practices for writing clean, understandable code (what Google believes to be). The guide does not present difficult rules for writing valid JavaScript, but only tips to keep the source…

Category : Javascript   27-02-2019   by Janeth Kent

CSS in JavaScript (CSS-in-JS) Vs CSS in CSS

CSS in JavaScript (CSS-in-JS) Vs CSS in CSS

What actually is CSS-in-JS? You've certainly heard or read words like CSS-in-JS, Styled Components, Radium, Aphrodite and you're and you're stuck in limbo there, "why is it? I'm completely happy about CSS - in - CSS!" We are here to explain these new concepts and clarify them. That said -feel free to use…

Category : Javascript   26-02-2019   by Janeth Kent

The 5 biggest web trends of the year

The 5 biggest web trends of the year

Bowenmedia wants to suggest us  the biggest web design trends of 2015. The following infographic highlights the main web design trends that differentiate a modern site from an older design.  1. Mobile focus Mobile first is our "password". This approach presupposes that most of your potential customers have a mobile device. 2. Interactive scrolling What we…

Category : Web marketing   24-11-2015   by Janeth Kent

Mozilla introduces Firefox 29

Mozilla introduces Firefox 29

Firefox 29 was released on April 29, 2014. The new version looks significantly more like Chrome than the old Firefox. It features the same three-bar menu on the right and rounded tabs, for example. At the same time, though, it keeps the separate search form — something most other browsers have…

Category : Software   29-04-2014   by Janeth Kent

CSS: Image Hover Effects You Can Copy and Paste

CSS: Image Hover Effects You Can Copy and Paste

In the past, we’ve wrote about some awesome examples of CSS effects that were easy to copy and paste right into your code. Today, we’re going to follow that up with ten new effects specifically built for use with images. Each example comes with an HTML and CSS snippet. 1. Sneak Peek Before we…

Category : Css   09-04-2014   by Janeth Kent

Must Have CSS Tools for Designers

There are a lot of tools and tutorials which can help designers and developers in learning CSS easily and rapidly. In this article we have listed 15 css tools which can help designers to achieve creative and innovative results. The following css tools can help designers to create css menus, animations, 3d shapes, layers,…

Category : Css   30-03-2020   by Janeth Kent

Long Shadows: Tutorial, Resources, Examples and Videos

Long Shadows: Tutorial, Resources, Examples and Videos

Within the flat design trend on the rise at the moment, especially in this world of the web, one thing that stands out is the use of long flat shadows, particularly for small UI elements and icons. These shadows have a characteristic 45º angle below the horizontal axis and a…

Category : Css   26-08-2013   by Janeth Kent

Bootstrap 3 RC2 released

Bootstrap 3 RC2 released

Bootstrap just cut a new release for Bootstrap 3, RC2. It's a big release as lots has changed, but that should all be for the better. From the official Blog: Key changes from RC1 Without listing all the minor changes (there have been over 500 commits since RC1!), here's a quick overview…

Category : Web design   14-08-2013   by Janeth Kent

15 Advanced CSS3 Text Effect Tutorials

15 Advanced CSS3 Text Effect Tutorials

If you want to give your website more visually appealing text - CSS Text Effect Tutorials can help you achieve this goal. For many year Photoshop have been the only solution for Text Effects, but CSS3 now can help us to create awesome text effects. In this post we've gathered 15 Advanced CSS3 Text Effect…

Category : Css   13-08-2013   by Janeth Kent

15 stunning examples of CSS 3D transforms

Web designing requires a highly professional outlook and the know how of the correct procedures that go about making a design attractive. A factor that every designer should be familiar is the fact that HTML5 and CSS3 are parallel to each other and blend together.  3D graphics, 3D Games and 3D…

Category : Css   25-11-2020   by Janeth Kent

20 Free Flat Design Resources for Web Designers

20 Free Flat Design Resources for Web Designers

Flat Design is a new trend in the web design/development community as an interface striking similar to Windows 8 and Microsoft’s Metro UI. Minimalism is a big part of this design idea, and you can see how popular these trends have become in recent months. Flat website design is a brilliant concept…

Category : Web design   19-07-2013   by Janeth Kent

15 Experimental Projects From Mozilla Demo Studio

15 Experimental Projects From Mozilla Demo Studio

We have published a few posts about experimental CSS3 and HTML5 to show the power of them.And you know,new projects are being released so often and personally we like to check out these new experiments. If you are a web designer who is trying to understand the true potential of these…

Category : Software   15-07-2013   by Janeth Kent

How to Retrieve Twitter Timeline and Hashtags in PHP

How to Retrieve Twitter Timeline and Hashtags in PHP

How to Retrieve Twitter Timeline and Hashtags in PHP (Twitter OAuth API 1.1) So, here we offer a guide that explains how to retrieve user timeline and hashtag with Twitter REST API 1.1. Before we start, we need: You need to create an application.https://dev.twitter.com/apps. Now, you need to get your consumer key, consumer secret,…

Category : Programming   12-07-2013   by Janeth Kent

The HTML5 Full-Screen API

The Fullscreen API allows a DOM element (and its descendants) to be represented in full screen. What it allows is to visualize the page by removing any element of the browser (menus, tabs,...). With this we can put from the document itself to full screen, video elements, images,... Fullscreen API methods The…

Category : Programming   03-05-2020   by Silvia Mazzetta

How to create a responsive HTML5 form

How to create a responsive HTML5 form

Everybody knows about web forms, isn't it? Make a , a few  elements, maybe an, finish it off with an  button, and you’re done. You don’t know the half of it. HTML5 introduced a selection of new input types and attributes that make the creation and validation of forms far easier than previous methods. Let's explain how to…

Category : Web design   12-06-2013   by Janeth Kent

Server-side HTML vs. JS Widgets vs Single-Page Web App

Server-side HTML vs. JS Widgets vs Single-Page Web App

  At the recent GOTO Chicago conference, I gave a talk on "Frontend Architectures: from the prehistoric to the Post-modern." In just my first 10 months at Coursera, I've experienced the joys and woes of many different frontend architectures, and I wanted to share what I learnt. I detail everything in the slides, but I'll summarize…

Category : Web design   11-05-2013   by Janeth Kent

8 CSS Properties Designers Can't Live Without

8 CSS Properties Designers Can't Live Without

Imagine a world without CSS, where you have no real control over how anything looks or behaves in a browser. Imagine having to slice images using nested tables for your design. Some of us have been around long enough to remember when tables were a typical, perfectly acceptable way to…

Category : Web design   29-04-2013   by Janeth Kent

How to Create a Responsive Centered Image in CSS3

How to Create a Responsive Centered Image in CSS3

Image gallery lightboxes have been around for many years. They generally provide a great user experience until you attempt to load an image which is larger than the viewport dimensions. Developers often forget this important check and you’re presented with a centered image which is difficult to remove. The problem…

Category : Css   24-04-2013   by Janeth Kent

SERP Conditioning: How Google Maps & the Knowledge Graph are Stealing Organic Traffic

SERP Conditioning: How Google Maps & the Knowledge Graph are Stealing Organic Traffic

While ongoing organic traffic mis-labeling due to mobile secured searches is the most obvious cause of decline since mid September of last year, Google has snuck in a huge elephant that seems to have gone largely unnoticed in the SEO industry. This elephant’s name is called SERP Conditioning. SERP Conditioning leads…

Category : Web marketing   22-04-2013   by Janeth Kent

A Useful Collection Of CSS3 Generators

These tools can really relieve developers work in many ways. CSS generators are available in such large numbers that a developer can choose from a range of them to make their projects go smoother. Here is the collection of useful and handy CSS to generators that every developer should know about.…

Category : Web design   15-12-2016   by Janeth Kent

Reset Linux root password without knowing the password

So there it goes - Linux is a secure OS. No, really it is. Despite the title of this post, Linux is actually a secure system. Before we proceed to the main topic, let us consider a few points: Linux is flexible to a very large extent. Linux's administrator account is called…

Category : Operating systems   30-04-2021   by Janeth Kent

12 great CSS3 generators

12 great CSS3 generators

CSS3 is great language to start off learning with, and we thought that one of the best ways to start learning is to just dive in and manipulate the code. They are a great way to generate some code, play with it, and learn. So, let’s go through a few…

Category : Css   11-04-2013   by Janeth Kent

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