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Why is the keyboard not arranged in alphabetical order?

Posted by ekomobong on Oct 5, 2017

The reason dates back to the time of manual typewriters. When it was first invented, they had keys arranged in an alphabetical order, until configuration was desired over convention.  

Creating Custom Laravel Helpers

Posted by ekomobong on Oct 2, 2017

Helper functions are just to make writing Laravel views easier, but I feel people will start writing tons of poorly organized functional PHP again.

Never mind, let's learn how to create one.

My First Experience with Creality CR-10 3D Printer

Posted by joshua on Sep 29, 2017
The 3D printer is a fascinating innovation of science and an interesting tool of art. It's marveling as you watch your thoughts become reality at your comfort zone.

Exploring UX in Mobile Apps

Posted by ugochinyereze on Sep 26, 2017

UX; User Experience is often wrongly Interchanged with UI (User Interface), even by industries that offer employment to the latter. This misconception is one of the reasons mobile apps get low ratings in the app store.

Unravelling the Matrix Display

Posted by joshua on Aug 24, 2017

Building a text display using Light Emitting Diodes (LEDs) is quite interesting. There are different configurations which these LEDs could be arranged to form a matrix. It could be a 5 x 7 matrix (i.e.

Basic GIT commands with examples

Posted by richie on Aug 23, 2017

Git is an essential revision control system for programmers because it aids in managing changes as well as enhance collaborative work. For beginner level programmers, learning to using git on the command line could be a necessary first step but memorizing every command isn't quite simple.

Loads of Stuff

Posted by ugochinyereze on Aug 17, 2017

While using my android phone in the past, I have been skeptical about using some features initially there to make me more comfortable. One of these features was the Auto Rotation feature.

From Dusk Till Dawn

Posted by ugochinyereze on Aug 17, 2017

Writing website tests in Laravel could generally follow a simple algorithm: Write tests -> Run tests (kudos to phpunit) -> evaluate the output message -> Repair or restructure the main code. Generally, while doing unit tests, everything is close to perfect.

Using the Superfish dropdown menu in Drupal 8

Posted by rebecca on Aug 4, 2017

Superfish is a smart and flexible module for creating nice, responsive and flexible dropdown menus. With just a few clicks, you can get everything set up.

Laravel 5.4 error: Specified key was too long

Posted by nathaniel on Aug 2, 2017

Laravel 5.4 made a change to the default database character set, and it’s now utf8mb4 which includes support for storing emojis (ideagrams and smileys used in electronic messages and web pages).

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