Firefox made news just a few days back with its announcement of Firefox Developer Edition. And now the beautiful blue fox is remaking history with the release of a browser completely for the developers. Firefox now-a-days is active in celebrating for users as they introduced their new Polaris Privacy Initiative. They also kept developers in the list… Continue reading Firefox Developer Edition: A developers Playground
In the previous tutorial, we introduced PHP and now it's time to understand PHP variables. So, What is variable? In a computer program, variable is nothing but a storage area. Programmers put data into the variables to be used and manipulated in the programs. In PHP, a variable is defined in the following way: $variable_name = value;… Continue reading PHP Variables and Data Types
Facebook on 5th November announced the release of Proxygen, an open-source framework comprising of bundle of C++ HTTP Libraries and an easy-to-deploy HTTP Server. The motive behind the release of Proxygen is to give other developers the chance to build extremely flexible HTTP servers. Proxygen comes with full support for HTTP/1.1, SPDY/3 and SPDY/3.1. Facebook is currently working… Continue reading Proxygen: Open Source HTTP Framework From Facebook
What the media currently refers to as Ebola is actually one of the five known spices of the Ebola virus, the Zaire Ebola virus or ZEBOV which has been named after the country Zaire, where it had been first discovered. Formally a disease among bats, fruit bats to be specific, the virus has managed to… Continue reading Cows and Tuberculosis, now Bats and Ebola!
The world is moving towards automation with more emphasis on machine doing the work for us. To take advantage of the technology and the big data floating around, Rice University recently announced their big data project costing around $11 million called PLINY. PLINY is said to work just like any other search engine that will autocomplete… Continue reading DARPA PLINY costs around $11 million : an Auto complete program
PHP (Hypertext Preprocessor) is an Open Source and world most popular server-side scripting language. According to Wikipedia, as of January 2013 PHP was installed on more than 240 million websites and 2.1 million of web servers. Why choose PHP over others scripting language? It is freely available because of "Open Source" nature. It can easily be embedded… Continue reading PHP 101: An Introduction
Be careful from that person who emotionally trying to get your confidential information such as Bank account detail or your email details. That person can sell your data to others or personally make a profit from it. The whole process is known as Social Engineering. In the context of computer security, Social Engineering is an art of… Continue reading Are you victim of Social Engineering?
The Web is the most incredible place with immense depth that anyone will feel lost without much effort. Last week, the web saw improvements in the form of HTML5 Final Draft and Developers rejoice with Firefox 10th anniversary gift on the horizon. Today, we are going to improve the experience on the web for writers… Continue reading Using Grammarly free version to your Advantage