Having a widget for your app, not only helps it to stand out among its alternatives but also provides user information on the go without having to open the app.
Firebase is the rage. It’s the talk of the town, and every frontend conference, be it Web or Mobile can’t stop talking about Firebase.
So we recently started overhauling the backend of HelloMeets, and I decided to go with Parse-Server because a) Parse.com will come down in january 2017, b) We are accustomed to using Parse as a backend, so writing the…
As you might’ve noticed, in my Open Event Android Project, we are asking the user to enter his/her details and then using these details at the backend for generating the app according to his/her needs.
Let me begin with profusely apologizing for the hugely clichéd article title, but nothing could be more apt for this piece, and I am a die hard fan of V for Vendetta anyway.
So I’ll begin with the premise that the way humans think, or act, or pretty much do…
You are using Jekyll to host a blog on Github pages. And you need to add Syntax Highlighting to your code. And you want to mark your code blocks using the triple backtick format of Github flavored markdown.