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Docker List Containers Example

This example will show you how to list containers with Docker, one of the most popular software of the moment. Apart from just listing the containers, we will see the useful options that this command is provided with. For this example, Linux Mint 18 and Docker version 1.12.1 have been used.             Tip You may ...

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PHP Export to Excel Example

It can become neccessary to export data to a browser in excel format or just create an excel document from data received from a database or any other source. In this example we will create a (PHP) web app that exports data to excel. For this example we will use: A computer with PHP >= 5.5 installed notepad++ Microsoft Excel ...

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Web Code Geeks are giving away a FREE Sublime Text Editor License

Struggling with your heavy-weight editor? Then we have something especially for you! We are running a contest giving away a FREE license for the kick-ass Sublime Text Editor. Sublime Text is a sophisticated text editor for code, markup and prose. You’ll love the slick user interface, extraordinary features and amazing performance! Sublime Text is available for OS X, Windows and ...

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Why Developers Should Write

As the editor of Codeship’s blog (and several other tech publications from bygone eras), I am of the strong opinion that every developer should write. Of course, I’m also aware that tech writing is a preferred pastime of a select few in the industry. But never fear, I’m going to tell you why you should write anyway. Why Writing is ...

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Keeping Remote Teams Cohesive

Good teams know how to collaborate well. When your team is spread all over the country or perhaps the world, this can be hard to do. Let’s pick up where we left off with my last article and talk more about the interpersonal skills we need to keep remote teams glued together. I’ll also discuss some support tools that make ...

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PHP, Ajax and Mysql Example

Ajax is a powerful web technology, it allows a web app’s communication with a server, without having to refresh the browser. MySQL is a relational database that allows users to store and retrieve data. It is a free available open source Relational Database Management System (RDBMS) that uses Structured Query Language (SQL).               According ...

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Five Practices for Robust Ruby on Rails Applications

Whenever I come across a Rails application with inconsistent data or bugs that are hard to nail down, I tell myself: “They (the developers) were just a couple of keystrokes away from preventing those issues from happening.” At Brewhouse, we follow five simple practices to make our Rails applications robust. It all comes down to failing early, loudly, and often. ...

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PHP File Upload Example

File uploads has now become an integral part of many, if not all social apps (both web apps and mobile apps). The ability to view, upload and share pictures, videos and other media types are components of a viral social app. For this singular reason most web masters and app developers incorporate file uploads into the social apps they develop. ...

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