June 28, 2023 — The great thing about statically typed languages, like Java, C#, Go, Swift, etc. is that they can be analysed by the compiler itself. This means, if you’re using a statically typed language, you can catch a lot of errors at compile-time itself.
June 25, 2023 — Whether you’re a beginner developer or a seasoned one with years of experience, you can not deny the fact that you’ve used
June 23, 2023 — I talked about the CSS
text-wrap property and its
balance value in one of my previous articles where the browser would try to wrap the text in a way that the last line of an element is as long as the first line. So that, the text looks balanced and more readable.
June 17, 2023 — If you're into publishing, publish whatever interests you and whatever you think is worth sharing without thinking about the results.
June 15, 2023 — There are times when you would want your local websites to be accessible through a custom domain name and also over HTTPS. This is especially useful when you’re working on a project that requires a custom domain name and HTTPS to work properly.
June 13, 2023 — The year is 1944. My grandfather was in his early 20s and he was a hardcore movie buff and so, he was used to watching movies multiple times a week.
June 4, 2023 — One of the most common things that you would often do in a Linux/Unix-based system is to navigate to a directory. And if you’re a developer, you would find yourself doing this multiple times a day.
June 1, 2023 — If you’re a creator of any sort, be it a blogger, a YouTuber, or a digital maker, it’s always a good idea to keep track of how the mentions of your website are doing across the web. This is important because it gives you a sense of how your website is doing in terms of popularity and how people are reacting to it.
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