How to Build a Chrome Extension

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How to Build a Chrome Extension

I made a Chrome extension this weekend because I found I was doing the same task over and over and wanted to automate it. Plus, I’m a nerd living through a pandemic, so I spend my pent-up energy building things. I’ve made a few Chrome Extensions over the years, hope this post helps you get […]

How SQL DISTINCT and ORDER BY are Related

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PostgreSQL 11’s Support for SQL Standard GROUPS and EXCLUDE Window Function Clauses

One of the things that confuse SQL users all the time is how DISTINCT and ORDER BY are related in a SQL query. The Basics Running some queries against the Sakila database, most people quickly understand: SELECT DISTINCT length FROM film This returns results in an arbitrary order, because the database can (and might apply […]

Student Registration Form in HTML with JavaScript Validation

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Student Registration Form in HTML with JavaScript Validation

In this tutorial, I will tell you how to make student registration form in html with javascript validation. Javascript is basically used to validate HTML pages in web application. Validations are basically some rules to follow when inputting values to register on-site. Validation can be anything like: Some input fields cannot be empty. Some values […]

Building a Habit Tracker with Prisma 2, Chakra UI, and React

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Building a Habit Tracker with Prisma, Chakra UI, and React

In June 2019, Prisma 2 Preview was released. Prisma 1 changed the way we interact with databases. We could access databases through plain JavaScript methods and objects without having to write the query in the database language itself. Prisma 1 acted as an abstraction in front of the database so it was easier to make […]

Using BugHerd to Track Visual Feedback on Websites

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Using BugHerd to Track Visual Feedback on Websites

BugHerd is about collecting visual feedback for websites. If you’re like me, you’re constantly looking at your own websites and you’re constantly critiquing them. I think that’s healthy. Nothing gets better if you look at your own work and consider it perfectly finished. This is where BugHerd shines. With BugHerd, anytime you have one of […]

PostgreSQL 11’s Support for SQL Standard GROUPS and EXCLUDE Window Function Clauses

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PostgreSQL 11’s Support for SQL Standard GROUPS and EXCLUDE Window Function Clauses

Exciting discovery when playing around with PostgreSQL 11! New SQL standard window function clauses have been supported. If you want to play with this, you can do so very easily using docker: docker pull postgres:11 docker run –name POSTGRES11 -e POSTGRES_PASSWORD=postgres -d postgres:11 docker run -it –rm –link POSTGRES11:postgres postgres psql -h postgres -U postgres […]

How to Win Lottery by Using Analysis Algorithms for Lottery Prediction?

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Lottery predictions is quite popular these days. People used to be skeptical with the predictions as they thought that the winning numbers are a matter of luck and fortunes. Not many people believe that lottery can be won by using some kind of a sophisticated science based predictions. It was not until the late 90s […]