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How to Automate Code Formatting in Python
A good Python programmer not only writes code that works but also ensures that the code is readable and easy to understand. Without proper formatting, it can get really difficult to understand how the program works, which in turn makes it more difficult debugging the code or when you (or another contributor) are trying to improve it. But with that being said, formatting code needs a lot of time investment. Even if you’re working in [...]
How To Do Test-Driven Development in Python
Learning to code has always been a challenging thing to do. If you are a beginner, you can easily get overwhelmed with the types of development methodologies out there. However, there is one method that you can utilize for better learning and development experience, i.e., Test-driven development(TDD). Test-driven development(TDD) is one of the popular ways to code and create projects. It revolves around creating tests and then writing the actual code. Traditional development revolves around [...]
TOP-12 Interview Questions in HTML and CSS
HTML Interview Questions 1. Describe the two types of web storage in HTML5. Answer: the two types of storages in HTML5 are Local storage: this storage property allows data storage without any expiration date. The storage of data for the given website is done on a permanent basis. It will not be deleted even if the browser gets closed. This means data will be stored till the next day, week, or year unless it is [...]
TOP-15 Intermediate Interview Questions for PHP Programmers
Q1. How to determine the 'truth' of any value of non-boolean type? The rules are as follows: A number value is false if it is exactly equal to zero and, otherwise, true. If the string value is empty, has no characters, or is '0', it is false and, otherwise, true. Null-type values are always considered false. If the array value has no other values, it is false. Objects containing value refers to a member variable [...]
jQuery Shortcuts – a Few of the Best
This article was written on June 26, 2017, and updated in January 2021 It’s said that necessity is the mother of invention – and the emergence of jQuery in the world of web development is a great example of this. The majority of JavaScript’s libraries were rolled out to improve the productivity and performance of web systems. Developers were having a hard time dealing with compatibility issues between JavaScript and browser APIs in various web [...]
The Preprocessor Directives in C
The C preprocessor directives are executed before the compilation of a program. It is not a part of the compiler and it is a separate step in the compilation process. It instructs the compiler to do the required pre-processing before the actual compilation of a program. So it is just a text substitution tool. There are several steps present in between writing a program and executing a program. How does the preprocessor work? The programmer [...]
6 SQL Tips And Tricks For Advanced Developers
3 Ways to Save Time When Coding SQL Most developers, when writing in SQL, tend to spend too much time coding. While this is okay for projects that have the luxury of an easy deadline, the norm is that most database management systems require that their projects be completed within very tight deadlines. In such scenarios, there are always tips and tricks to help speed up the process of coding without compromising on the quality. [...]
Fastest Ways to Create Shortcuts in C# and VBNET
A shortcut or a “Shell Link” is basically a link to another file or object in your directory, which can also reference URLs (websites). This article will show you how to use C# and VBNET to create desktop as well as Internet shortcuts, to allow easier, faster access to resources, whatever your usage needs are. Shortcuts are a commonly-used tool, as they are used by installers to allow the user to easily install programs simply [...]
Internationalization with React
Internationalization aka i18n is a concept that refers to the development of user interfaces in different languages. The major benefit of supporting multiple languages is that it expands our reach. But, sometimes we are even required to support a specific language. For example, government websites are mostly using the national/local language of their country. Recently, JavaScript has emerged as the most popular language for the web, mobile, desktop, and even game development. So, today we [...]
Face Filter (like TikTok – Snapchat) using JavaScript and p5.js
Have you ever tried a real-time Face Filter app? Something like apps that allow you to apply a Dog, Cat, Crown, etc. filter on a live camera output. You have probably seen this functionality in TikTok or Snapchat. It is no doubt a fun way to share live streams or do a group call with your friends. So, this article is going to be an interesting one. Today, I’ll guide you on how to create [...]