We live in a world where privacy is the utmost importance to an individual, an organization or even a puppy (trust me on it). Gone were the days when people used to hide their information in their little diaries and get scared when it get stolen. Now you could lose more than those few embarrassing moments. Continue reading “Caesar Cipher”
This is the part 3 of How to Build a Working RSS Reader for your Website series. If you haven’t read the first part, you can go to this link.
At last we have arrived at building something that we could show. People always categorize your projects and work based on how it looks. So that’s what we will do today. Continue reading “Building a RSS Reader – Part 3”
Today we will start a new series on How to Build a Working RSS Reader for your Website. This will be my first project which will go past a single post. Before we get started, let’s dive into the world of RSS. Continue reading “Building a RSS Reader – Part 1”
Today we will learn about a famous interview question Roman Numerals to Integer. The question is simple but still requires one of those “Aha” moments to solve. Continue reading “Roman To Integer”
Here we go again! Stuck at the CSS trying to make the content look good but alas nothing came to mind. It’s the most irritating time for a front-end developer. You have all the things you need but no attraction for the user.
So I have started preparing small snippets of code beautiful and elegant. Just include it in your code and you are good to go (or you could learn). You could also take a sneak peak at the end result here.
I wish Happy New Year to all and Hope your Christmas and New year was amazing. Now During the Christmas week and New Year, wordpress introduced a new feature to make your website christmas-sy. You could see snow falling from the sky or to the top of the website to be precise.
So in this tutorial, We will learn how that system is build and how does it work. Continue reading “HAIL JS”