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How to make a simple Mouse Click Test Game using HTML & JAVASCRIPT

HTML *JavaScript *
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Making a game in HTML & CSS is the favorite thing for developers. By using these two languages developers can make any game.

In this tutorial, I'm going to teach you how you can make a mouse click test game using HTML and javascript. It is going to be a very simple tutorial.

If you are a beginner to HTML and CSS still you can learn from this tutorial. I'm going to make this tutorial very simple so everyone could get knowledge.

What does this game do?

The main function of this game is to calculate the clicks. Most gamers use this simple game to test and improve their mouse-clicking speed.

As you know in some games you have to hit your mouse hard to compete with your competitor. So gamers try this test to get better at clicking.

Here is how the game will look after completion. It has a simple interface so anyone can play it easily.

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How to Develop a Resonating Content Strategy: Deep Learning

Content-marketing
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User engagement is the phrasing, which estimates what clients do on your site and how they do it, have turned out to be unofficial ranking sign with Google.

Gone are the days when posting a 400-word article with 2% keywords density could help a page's search rankings. Presently, low-quality content has an undeniably progressively negative effect on a website, making it suffocate in an ocean of content that was made only for SEO purposes.



Truly, the manner in which content is collaborated with online is unquestionably on Google's radar, as appeared by Google's ongoing patent documenting. In this way, while making a sound content promoting system is important to draw in and hold clients, it additionally improves a site's Google search rankings. Thusly, center around creating quality content, and you will procure a lift in SERP rankings as an optional advantage.
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How To Build An Android App Using Android Studio?

Mobile applications design *Development of mobile applications *Development for Android *Software Development Management *
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To develop a native Android app, you can straight use all the features and functionality attainable on an Android device (phone or tablet). But for that, you have to use the Android platform's Java API framework. This API will help you perform multiple tasks like, drawing text, playing sounds or videos, add colours on the screen, and communicating with a device's hardware sensors. 

Well, there are several APIs that are used to build a mobile app, but when it comes to Android app development, then most of the professionals prefer using Android Studio.

Do You Know?

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Building a Full-Fledged Chat App in Flutter with Firebase

Flutter *Software Development of mobile applications *Mobile applications design *Perfect code *
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Nowadays, chat apps have become an essential part of people's day to day life. There are so many popular chat apps like Whatsapp, Facebook Messenger, Line, WeChat, and more used worldwide.

Do You Know?

WhatsApp, Facebook Messenger and WeChat are top 3 chat apps which have around 4 billion active monthly users.

Chat apps like WhatsApp generated $49 million in revenue in 2015 and will rise to $4.8 billion in 2020.

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How business tools help a business in market, management and sales?

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Technology has become our best friend in all aspects of life, including business. Business tools are also connected to technology. Whether you want accounting tools or inventory software, it's all just a click away.

Advancement in technology has made business management relatively easy when compared to previous decades. All types of companies use business tools to increase their business potential. However, many entrepreneurs still question the credibility and importance of these business tools. If you have some doubts as well, read this blog to get your questions answered.

No matter how you do your business

Lisp: Write Programs that Write Programs for You

Emacs *Lisp *Artificial Intelligence Functional Programming *
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Artificial Intelligence is a very big industry today and we hear about it in every product we use. However, to date, AI typically refers to «machine learning» models that use probability theory to determine what to do. For example, if you buy books on mathematics, Amazon may have calculated that your chance of buying a physics book is 70% and a biology book is 20%. Hence, it will show you physics books in your feed, as it gives them a higher change to making a sale.
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No-Code MVP — Build Your Idea Without Coding

Development of mobile applications *Software Product Management *
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Is it possible to be an entrepreneur and NOT know how to code?


You have a great idea for a product / platform / app / startup that you cannot wait to launch and sell. But before you do that, you’d have to test your idea through the minimum viable version of your product.


And to build your MVP (minimum viable product), you’d need to code, right? Wrong!


You don’t need coding chops to build your MVP. And neither do you need to beg engineers to become technical co-founders.


With a no-code MVP, you can validate your idea sooner and test if it has the potential to succeed. Let’s explore how you can convert your business idea into MVP without writing a single line of code.


But first, what exactly is an MVP?


MVP or minimum viable product is the first version of the product for your target audience. It essentially means the most basic version of your product you can get out for the audience.


The idea here is to focus only on enough features with which you can test your concept’s workability and then work on its continuous development based on user feedback.


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Why do Design Teams have Trouble with Project Management and how to Solve those Issues?

Design Project management *Web design *
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From a distance, it seems like the designers of the IT industry have it all. The infinite learning curve, an outlet for innovation, socializing with copywriters, developers and marketers, and always being part of a creative team. It truly is a great time for all designers out there.

However, the work process can often become mundane and progress becomes hard to track over time. People from different job profiles seem to be speaking a different language than you and things seem harder than ever. Well in this article all your problems will be addressed and I will try to present to you the solutions that are suitable for your design team.
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Javascript Fun: Hacking Google Chrome’s T-rex Game

JavaScript *Game development *
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All of us like to have an extra edge while playing games (i mean cheat codes :P ). Most games have such codes that allow you to alter the gaming experience while many other games find it illegal to use such hacks.

But, have you thought about how all this works?

Let us understand it by actually ‘HACKING’ one of the simplest games out there — the T-rex runner.

For those who do not know, it is a side scrolling runner game that appears on the ‘No Internet’ screen of Google Chrome.

This 8-bit-type game features a tiny t-rex which runs through a desert. You have to avoid the t-rex from hitting the obstacles like cacti etc. Believe me, it is simple but addictive.

We will be using simple Javascript commands to tweak the game for fun!

Sounds cool? Let's do it.

1. Getting into the game’s console


First, disconnect your device from the internet and open Google Chrome. Enter any url and you will see the no internet screen with a t-rex dino.

If you want to stay online for some reason, simply enter ‘chrome://dino’ in the address bar.

Now, right click inside the window and click the Inspect option from the menu. Alternatively, you can use the shortcut key combination — Ctrl+Shift+I.

In the side panel which opens, you will be able to see the source code of the game. Next, click the console tab. This is the place where we will run our simple Javascript code to alter the game.
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Как добавлять и читать формулы Excel на Java

API *Java *
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В последнее время, чтобы повысить эффективность работы при обработке данных в таблицах Excel, я часто использую для расчетов различные формулы функций Excel. В этой статье я расскажу, как использовать Free Spire.XLS для Java для добавления формул в ячейки Excel и чтения формул в ячейках.

Конфигурация среды

Установите пакет jar через репозиторий Maven, и код для настройки файла pom.xml выглядит следующим образом:

<repositories>
        <repository>
            <id>com.e-iceblue</id>
            <name>e-iceblue</name>
            <url>http://repo.e-iceblue.com/nexus/content/groups/public/</url>
        </repository>
</repositories>
<dependencies>
    <dependency>
        <groupId>e-iceblue</groupId>
        <artifactId>spire.xls.free</artifactId>
        <version>2.2.0</version>
    </dependency>
</dependencies>

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Making Simple Mouse Clicking Game: HTML5 & JS (Beginners)

HTML *JavaScript *
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The best of learning something is by implementing it especially when you are a beginner. In this post, I am sharing how I made a simple mouse clicking game using HTML5 and JS. It will help you understand the basic concepts of Javascript such as event handling and counters.

Before I start anything, let me be very clear about the fact that this post has almost nothing for the people who already know the basics of Javascript. I am writing this out just from the beginner’s point of view.

So let's get started!

The Aim


In a really simple sense, we are going to make a game which counts the number of clicks you do in a set time interval and calculates your clicking speed. We will show the clicking speed and total clicks at the end of the game.

The UI will be absolutely basic. There are no shimmering graphics; its just one button and the counters.

Here's the first look.

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The Logic


As mentioned, we need to count the number of clicks made by the user. So, we will add an Event Listener using Javascript to check if the mouse button is clicked inside the button area.

And, to save the count, we will use a counter whose value increases on every mouse click event. There will be another counter for time. The default time period will be 10s.

The final score will be calculated using the total number of clicks divided by the time and we will display it at the end of the game.

Before we move the actual code, I want to give a small acknowledgement to a tool called Click Test which inspired this simple game I made for learning purpose.

Creating the Interface


Let us begin by creating a simple page with a headline, a box for counters and a button inside it for clicking. I have used the basic red color for everything but you are free to show your CSS skills and make it fancier.

Next, we need to implement the counter for clicks on the button. A simple JS snippet provided does the magic for this.
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Floating — point issue and one of the solutions in Python

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They say: ‘Brevity is the soul of wit’, so let’s get started.

Introduction

When I began to learn Python I came across a very curious subject, namely Real Numbers. It was about the mantissa, the exponent, and other details like the storage of bits in computers.
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It turns out that computers operate integer numbers easily, but real numbers are more complicated.

Nature of the problem

Because of the essence of the floating — point numbers their processing has no absolute accuracy. It seemed to me nonsense that computers can’t compute precise values of ordinary two real numbers at least. How’s this possible? Yeah, actually, a computer programme isn’t able to add just two numbers without discrepancy.

x = 0.1
y = 0.2
print(x + y)  # 0.30000000000000004 


Well, close enough you might say. Who cares about 17th decimal sign. But imagine you need to compute twenty numbers not two as in the example. Think about the error rises exponentially.
Tell me about libraries like a NumPy. They don’t solve the problem as well.
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Short History and Evolution of Online Sextortion

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Online frauds are quickly gaining traction among cybercriminals. The primary reason is that manipulating humans is much easier than exploiting software or hardware flaws. Although the success rate of Internet scams is low compared to the efficiency of sure-shot attacks relying on zero-day vulnerabilities, the simplicity of pulling them off is a lure that eclipses all the drawbacks.

A hoax dubbed sextortion (sex + extortion) is a dynamically growing vector of this abuse. Having debuted in 2018, it acts upon a victim’s natural commitment to avoiding embarrassment.

This technique mostly involves an email saying that a hacker has infiltrated the recipient’s device and captured a webcam video of the person watching adult videos. The bluffer threatens to upload this footage to a publicly accessible site. To prevent this from happening, the user is instructed to pay a ransom.

There are several mainstream techniques in sextortion scammers’ portfolios. Whereas they all follow basically the same logic, the themes of these fraudulent messages vary. Here is a summary of all these tricks known to date.
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Подсчет LT и график Rolling Retention

Python *
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Всем привет.

Мне понадобилось на работе подсчитать LT и построить график Rolling Retention. После небольшого исследования, я поняла, что тема является насущной и неплохо было бы написать обо всех шагах, дабы кому-то это обязательно пригодится.

В основном, я опиралась на пример от Марии Мансуровой и библиотеку, написанную Darshil Desai и добавила кое-что свое.
https://nbviewer.jupyter.org/github/miptgirl/misc_code/blob/master/webinar_case.ipynb
medium.com/analytics-vidhya/user-retention-in-python-8c33fa5766b6

Теория по подсчету LT хорошо написана здесь и здесь.

Итак, я выбрала следующие пути:

  1. Я взяла когорты пользователей — зарегистрировавшихся с 1 Января по 31 Января 2020, c 1 Февраля по 29 Февраля и т.д. вплоть до Апреля. Посчитала LT в месяцах, предварительно выкинув пользователей 'проживших' один день. То есть внесших депозит и больше не появляющихся в какой-либо день за полгода.
  2. Я брала всех пользователей, даже тех кто прожил 1 день и рассчитывала когорты по неделям среди всех, зарегистрировавшихся с 1 января по 29 февраля 2020 года.

Я строила Rolling Retention. Его основное отличие от классического Retention в том, что в данном случае, смотрится первая дата активности и последняя, и считается, что пользователь заходил на сайт каждый месяц/неделю/день.

Итак, 1-ый способ


Для начала введем код в ячейку в Jupyter Notebook и установим следующую библиотеку:
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How To Hire Best Mobile App Developers

IT-companies Mobile applications design *Start-up development Development of mobile applications *Remote work
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Having a brilliant mobile app idea doesn’t mean that you will become successful tomorrow. The major component of its success is in the hands of mobile app developers. So it’s crucial to find a skilled team of engineers who will understand your plan and find the best way to bring it to life. If you are lost in a ton of mobile app development companies, this guide will help you avoid common pitfalls during the process of finding developers.


Selection Criteria


Portfolio


Look at the company’s portfolio, it is usually placed on their website. If there is no portfolio, the company is probably not trustworthy. While browsing the portfolio, find out if the company has expertise in technologies and industries similar to those you plan to go with. You are lucky if you also find a step-by-step description of their development process.


Client reviews


Analyze clients’ reviews and the company’s reaction to them. Reviews may be found by searching for “company_name reviews” or visiting popular review websites such

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Top 10 Programming Language You Must Know

Learning languages Programming *Functional Programming *
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Are you looking for the top programming languages?


If yes, then your search ends here. If you are aspiring to become a programmer, then you must know some programming languages to stay ahead of the competition.


Various new programming languages are coming up with each passing year. Every beginner is puzzled up and looking at which programming languages they should learn.


As the software industry is changing, with every new release, it is a bit difficult to find the best programming language. You have to be careful while selecting programming languages, ​​as this will affect your career and job types.


So, here I have listed the top 10 Programming Languages you must know for future perspective.

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Tutorial to create a login system using HTML, PHP, and MySQL

HTML *MySQL *PHP *
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This is a tutorial for creating a login system with the help of HTML, PHP, and MySQL. Your website needs to be dynamic and your visitors need to have instant access to it. Therefore, they want to log in as many times as possible. The login authentication system is very common for any web application. It allows registered users to access the website and members-only features. It is also helpful when we want to store information for users. It covers everything from shopping sites, educational sites, and membership sites, etc.


This tutorial is covered in 4 parts.


Table of Contents


  1. Signup System
  2. Login System
  3. Welcome Page
  4. Logout Script

1) Building a Signup system


In this part, We will create a signup system that allows users to create a new account to the system. Our first step is to create a HTML registration form. The form is pretty simple to create. It only asks for a name, email, password, and confirm password. Email addresses will be unique for every user. Multiple accounts for the same email address are not allowed. It will show an error message to the users who try to create multiple accounts with the same email address.

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Строчки, точки и JavaScript

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На своих проектах мы часто сталкиваемся с простыми, но интересными задачами. Мы их складируем и даем джунам/стажерам для ускорения обучения. Одной из таких задач стала задача с размещением одной или более точек между букв внутри слова всеми возможными способами.

Например программа на вход получает 'abc'

> abc
['abc', 'a.bc', 'ab.c', 'a.b.c']

Ее можно решить несколькими способами, но разобрать я хочу 2 из них.

Вы могли заметить, что размещение точек очень напоминает бинарные числа

00
01
10
11

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Python List Comprehension

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In Python, List comprehension is a technique of creating a new list using other iterables and in fewer lines of codes. The iterable object which can be used in this technique can be any data structure like list, tuple, set, string, and dictionary, etc. An iterable created by using range() function can also be used here.



The syntax used in list comprehension generally contains three segments:

  • iterable: iterable object like list, tuple, set, string, dictionary, etc.
  • transformation function: a transformation function that needs to be applied to the iterable.
  • filters: filters/conditions which are required to apply on iterable.

Syntax


#list comprehension syntax
list = [tranform_func(i) for i in iterable if filters]

#which is equivalent to...
for i in iterator:
  if filters:
    list.append(tranform_func(i))

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EDI VANs vs. EDI Software

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Throughout the world, companies large and small alike are increasingly adding, expanding, and modernizing their electronic data interchange (EDI) communications. If you need to meet partner EDI mandates or wish to capture the many benefits afforded by EDI connectivity with more of your partners, you can take several approaches to EDI. Two of the most popular include value-added networks (VANs) and direct EDI (typically via AS2).


If you're new to EDI, you may be wondering what these options entail and which is right for your business. If you've been operating EDI for some time, you may be considering whether now is the time to switch. Let's dive in and explore the advantages and disadvantages of direct EDI with AS2 vs. VANs.

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