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Top 10 best web hosting companies

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The very best web hosting services based on customer service, price, reliability, and value adds. These guys will make sure you get your money’s worth whether you need a basic personal webhosting package or something ...

How to debug Android applications?

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1. Debugging Android applications 1.1. Android debuggable attribute in the AndroidManifest.xml If you develop Android applications you can debug them via Eclipse. To enable debugging an a real Android ...

Test Driven Development and JUnit

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One of the big changes in software engineering, and part of the agile methodology shift, is Test Driven Development (TDD). This puts writing tests near the front of the development process, not at the end as in older ...

Which programming language should I learn first?

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That's probably one of the most popular questions from first-time learners, and it's something that educators debate as well. The thing is, you can ask ten programmers what the best language is to get your feet wet wi...

How to Install ROR and Spree 2.0.x on Windows

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Spree is a e-commerce development platform built in Ruby On Rails . In this post , we will install and run a sample web application built in spree. First of all , install Ruby version > 1.9.x . Step 1 you have ...

How to process JSON within Android?

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1. Android and JSON 1.1. Android and JSON JSON is a very condense data exchange format. The Android platform includes the json.org libraries which allow to work easily with JSON files. 1.2...

Quick start with Netbeans and Java

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Welcome to NetBeans IDE! This tutorial provides a very simple and quick introduction to the NetBeans IDE workflow by walking you through the creation of a simple "Hello World" Java console application. Once you are...

Dropbox Tour

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What's Dropbox? Dropbox is a home for all your photos, docs, videos, and files. Anything you add to Dropbox will automatically show up on all your computers, phones and even the Dropbox website — so you can acc...

Installing MySQL For Ruby On Rails

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If you are working with Rails, you will need to install a database. While there are quite a few possible choices available to you, one of the most widely used is MySQL. You can download and install MySQL for free. How...

XCode5 review

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Along with the release of iOS 7 for its mobile devices, Apple also introduced a major upgrade to its Xcode suite of development tools. Xcode, now in Version 5, consists of a compiler, a linker, a source-code-level deb...

How to use the Logging API in Java programs

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1. Overview 1.1. Logging Logging is the process of writing log messages during the execution of a program to a central place. This logging allows you to report and persists error and warning messages a...

Install Dropbox on your machine

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  Signup for a Dropbox account If you don't have a Dropbox account, Create a free account   Download Dropbox Go to https://www.dropbox.com/downloading Your Dropbox download should automatically s...

What is responsive web design and how to use it?

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Almost every new client these days wants a mobile version of their website. It’s practically essential after all: one design for the BlackBerry, another for the iPhone, the iPad, netbook, Kindle — and all screen resol...

HTML5 and a vibrant ecosystem of libraries are making the mobile Web a compelling alternative to developing native code [Part 1]

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When it comes to programming for mobile devices, choice quickly becomes dilemma. Do you target the lucrative iPhone market at the expense of Android's rising tide? Do you go native or write code to the mobile Web? And...

Overview of the available services of the Eclipse platform

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1. Eclipse platform services 1.1. What are Eclipse platform services? Services are software components (based on an interface or a class) which provide functionality. The Eclipse platform defines sever...

What is responsive web design and how to use it? [Part 2]

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HTML5 and a vibrant ecosystem of libraries are making the mobile Web a compelling alternative to developing native code [Part 2]

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The small screen real estate of mobile devices places a premium on effective interface design. Enter Robert Biggs, a Web developer in Northern California who built the ChocolateChip-UI, a framework for whipping up a w...

How to search a listbox with VB

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For this project I use: ListBox1 ListBox2 Button1 TextBox1 Copy/paste Public Class Form1 Private Sub Form1_Load(ByVal sender As System.Object, ByVal e As System.EventArgs) Handles MyBase.Load ...

Are you interested in learning Ruby On Rails?

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What is Ruby on Rails? In-depth primer on Ruby and Rails, “What is Ruby on Rails?” Explains what is important about Ruby and Rails. This article introduces basic concepts of web development, explains why Ruby ...

HTML5 and a vibrant ecosystem of libraries are making the mobile Web a compelling alternative to developing native code [Part 3]

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One of the reasons why Flash games are so compelling is because of the fertile ecosystem of library writers who can sell their work to Flash developers. DigitalFruit created LimeJS to offer similar support to develope...

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