I was extremely happy to see this and I have to say that this feature is finally implemented by Microsoft not a minute too soon. In my opinion the tyranny of IE8 (and IE7 before that, and IE6 before that) was exactly due to the fact that those browser could not automatically update to the latest version.
I have already written a post on how to pivot a table in MySQL, when the rows that we want to pivot into columns are somewhat predefined. Today I am going to show how you can achieve the same result, when the rows that we want to pivot into columns are not predefined but are dynamic instead
We’ve all written our fare share of Hello Worlds over our careers. It’s fast, it’s easy and its the entry point for much greater things. Now it’s time for a little quiz. How many programming languages do YOU know? You can test how many programming languages you know by visiting http://helloworldquiz.com
Once in a while you come across a project, tool, framework, whatever that leaves you literally speechless. It’s a truly amazing moment. A moment, when technology no longer resembles itself but takes a different form. A moment when technology takes the form of magic. I recently discovered Google Swiffy, although the project is in existence for over two years, and it certainly felt like magic.
I have already made a post about the importance of using a framework, in order to make your life easier and maximize your productivity. Using libraries is a way to go beyond the basics of the framework and amplify the advantages. Grocery CRUD is a library made by John Skoumbourdis that creates, as the name implies, a full featured CRUD for your backend with minimum fuss.
LESS takes code written in its language and then outputs plain CSS. It’s very similar to how PHP or ASP or any other server side programming language works. Server side languages are able to do complex things like query a database but in the end, they output plain HTML. LESS works much in the same way, but outputs CSS instead..
A documentary about the Occupy Wall Street, hacktivism, and the hackers trying to build a distributed network for the Occupy movement and beyond. When you access the Internet, the information that you exchange is handled by organizations which are called telecommunications providers.