I’m getting pretty tired of writing about how awful 2016 has been and continues to be. My fatigue has compelled me to ignore several events that have transpired in pop culture and favor silence instead of comment. It’s not everything that requires a verbal (or written) reaction, abi? But dear brothers and sisters, there is […]
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This is a good blog. I use IDEs, but my take on them is this: It makes a lot of sense for learners to start with manual before moving on to automatic, because the day you’re forced to drive manual, you may find yourself unable to do so.
IDEs are simply programs to write programs. They are generally editing environments with tools
to help programmers write code quickly and efficiently. As an example, we can create PHP-driven
web applications using a combination of Eclipse and PHPEclipse. Core features typically include:
• Code completion or code insight: The ability of an IDE to know a language’s
keywords and function names is crucial. The IDE may use this knowledge to do such
things as highlight typographic errors, suggest a list of available functions based on the
appropriate situation, or offer a function’s definition from the official documentation.
• Resource management: When creating applications, languages often rely on
certain resources, like library or header files, to be at specific locations. IDEs
should be able to manage these resources. An IDE should be aware of any required
resources so that errors can be spotted at the development stage and not…
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Well, I finally took another baby step towards the El Dorado of good netizenship – by registering my own domain name! Please, somebody congratulate me!
After receiving a lot of advice from other more internet-savvy friends, who’ve been bugging me, asking me to go the whole hog and stamp my humble presence online – I opted for the middle road by just registering victorordu.com. I actually found the yourname.wordpress.com quite irritating, especially when trying to share the site’s URL with others, both offline and online.
Of course, this is going to change a lot of things and how I see these my rant pages… and I’m gonna have to think of a way to make my money back (this service requires an investment of $18 only).
Thank you WordPress.com, for this service and if you want to do the same you should follow this link and have a look.