In this example I am calling the Canvas LMS API to get a list of enrolled students, including their grades, for a specific course.
So I spent this past weekend creating an Online Markdown Editor. I used React.js…
I have been learning React.js for some time now and just a few days back I came across this blog post with 5 code challenges, from the dead simple Hello World to reading users from an API using Axios. Below are the chanllenges and my solutions.
This challenge is in Data Structures > Arrays > Left Rotation.
This is the second challenge in the section Data Structures > Arrays
I just started to complete challenges over at HackerRank and this is the first challenge under Data Structures > Arrays. I will be posting my solutions as I compete them. (Whenever I have time to actually work on them, haha)
Well, I’m getting married in a exactly three weeks from today (June 4, 2016) and for my wedding RSVP I decided to create a RSVP wedding app in Ruby on Rails. App is freely available in GitHub. Link to repo at the end…
If you are using Nitrous.io as your development environment and choose to go with Bitbucket instead of GutHub, you will notice there is only GitHub integration, no worries, you can still connect Bitbucket to Nitrous.io
I will show two methods to flatten editable form fields in a PDF file. Method 1 is true form flattening and method 2 is just making the editable fields read only. Personally I was using method 1 for some time, however in some instances (more specifically when merging images into a PDF file and messing […]
Some time back I noticed my ASP.NET Telerik controls were not working in iOS 8 nor Safari 8, so I did a little research and I discovered that I needed to add a new browser file to my application be cause of a major version-change to AppleWebKit/600. Below is solution I found in StackOverflow.