“Unbox your phone”. That’s the message behind the newest flagship device by Samsung, revealed today in a conference that was live streamed on Samsung’s Facebook page and YouTube channel.
Angular 4 Release Candidate 6 has just been released today (23 March 2017). The list of features and bugs fixed can be seen in the changelog, but the most important […]
Angular2, Node.JS, Express and Mongo – one of the preferred stacks for fresh developers and experienced ones. Being a full-fledged solution that covers the frontend, server-side and database storage of […]
Docker is a very powerful and lightweight virtualization engine that allows you to run any linux machine inside (almost) any host environment. The following tutorial will teach you how to install the Docker host inside Windows and how to run a few of the most populate commands to get you started in the Docker world.
There are two popular approaches to get the first element in an array. We will discuss the pros and cons of both in this article.
Setting cookies is generally done using setcookie(), that’s a known fact. However, unsetting them generally is a bit trickier, since the cookie remains available throughout the current request, if […]
MySQL supports MD5() and some other cool functions that do the math for you and save the result in the table field, but what happens when you already have a database and the table in place and you are using “Navicat”, plus you don’t want to fiddle with raw SQL?
Luckily, Navicat has the so called “Raw Mode” when viewing a table’s rows which allows us to insert data using MySQL expressions/functions.
YouTube has multiple servers for serving images of the videos, hosted on the site. However, there is a quick trick to get a URL to any video’s still image/thumbnail in YouTube.
Counting elements in a <select> dropdown is trivial, but often an issue for beginners in jQuery. In this short article, you will find how to easily get the count of <option> elements in a dropdown with a single line of jQuery code
On many occasions, you may want to check if the current visitor is browsing your site through a mobile browser. There are a lot of solutions out there (classes, libraries), but the simplest option has been working fine for me for years.
Some developers and admins complain that the new Wordpress admin bar is getting in the way. A few simple lines of code will help you get rid of it quickly.
PHPAcademy provided this wonderful 2-part tutorial on how to code a short function to check if a given website is online or down currently. Similar functionality can be seen at isup.me.