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20 Useful JavaScript Cheat Sheets of 2017

Fancy Cheat Sheet 

Alongside with HTML and CSS, JavaScript is one of the main technologies used in building interactive webpages and online applications. First appeared in 1995, it has evolved into the most popular programming language (on Github)  – all modern web browsers provide support for it, without the need of plugins by means of inbuilt JavaScript engine. ...

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8 Biggest New Features and Improvements In PHP 7.2.0

what's new in PHP 7.2.0

What started by Rasmus Lerdorf in 1994 is now used by more than 80% of total websites in the world. The PHP programming language has been widely ported and deployed on most web serves on almost every platform and operating system, free of charge. Although the language development is focused on server-side scripting, you can do ...

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What’s New In Linux Deepin 15.5 | 10 Biggest Features and Tools

Color and Temperature Adjustment 

Linux Deepin is probably the best user-friendly desktop Linux distribution when it comes to frontend user interface. It is entirely devoted to providing beautiful, modern, reliable and easy-to-use system for global users. They have released a new version Deepin 15.5, which comes 4 months after the previous update 15.4.1. Like other updates, it has been ...

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17 Best Physics Game of 2017 | For All Platforms

Spintires MudRunner 

The laws of physics aren’t just used in scientific research and development, but also to entertain you. It can be a crucial element of game design. Physics in games can make things like explosions, falling of objects, and war scenes more exciting and spectacular than conventional animations. It can even convey emotion, like when you pull ...

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15 Best Chess Engines of 2017 | Based On Their Ratings

Stockfish

The chess engine analyzes thousands of moves and makes decisions on the best moves, without interacting with users. The strength and smartness of chess engine increase every year. This is due to hardware processing power that makes it possible to calculate greater depths in less time. Also, programming techniques have improved a lot, making the engine to be ...

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20 Most Useful Java Cheat Sheets For Developers | 2017 Edition

Java Elements 

First appeared in 1996, Java is one of the most popular programming language for developing application software and deploying it in cross-platform computing environment. It is widely used in smartphones, embedded devices, supercomputers and enterprise servers. Currently, Java is the third most popular language on Github, after JavaScript and Python. We all know the importance ...

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15+ Ruby Frameworks Every Developer Should Know

celluloid

Ruby is a dynamic, object-oriented programming language developed in the mid 1990s by Yukihiro Matsumoto. It is designed for programmer productivity and fun. The language supports multiple programming paradigms, automatic memory management, large standard library and more. Ruby frameworks are super useful tools when it comes to web app development, they can help you develop effective web application ...

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What’s New In WordPress 4.9 | 10 Added Features and Changes

First appeared in 2003, WordPress is now used in more than 27% of the top 10 million websites. On 16 November, 2017, WordPress Foundation released a new version, 4.9, named Tipton. Like all major updates, it brings some enhancement and improvements that provide better user experience and a set of new tools for developers. Let’s find out ...

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15 Advanced Artificial Intelligence Projects of 2017

Blue Brain Project

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is evolving rapidly. From search engines and SIRI to self-driving cars, it is being applied to every potential technology to help civilization flourish like never before. What we are developing today is Weak AI, which can perform narrow tasks like facial recognition and forecast data. However, the long term goal is to build Strong ...

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30 Useful Bug Tracking Tools For Developers | 2017

DoneDone

All IT projects requires a bug (issue/fault/defect) tracking system to find error(s) from hundreds or thousands of lines of code. It’s a big time and effort saver. Furthermore, incorporating bug tracking within workflow usually results in a better end product. For every bug tracking software, it is essential to have report facility, work log/history, storage and retrieval ...

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