Laravel: The Fantastic 4 Interfaces — Responsable

Credit where is due. Last year I stumbled upon an article of Josip Crnković, in which he walked through some of the useful interfaces the framework has. In it, he discovers some that are used to send a Response to the browser. After giving them a shot, I have to say these alleviates a lot of DRY problems […]

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Top 20 Hybrid Mobile App Frameworks

Hybrid Apps Frameworks Introduction : A Hybrid Mobile Application is like any other application that you should be found on your phone or on your hand-held device. A hybrid mobile application can be viewed as the best (or the worst) of both the Native and HTML5 worlds together. The frameworks are neither numbered in order […]

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How to resolve a web “Connection timed out” error

“Connection timed out” is an error that occurs as a result of a script exceeding the maximum timeout value.  If a client connection does not receive a response from the server after approximately 30 to 60 seconds the load balancer will close the connection and the client will immediately receive the error message.  In most […]

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SUMMARY OF LESS COMMANDS

Less command is linux utility which can be used to read contents of text file one page(one screen) per time. It has faster access because if file is large, it don’t access complete file, but access it page by page. For example, if it’s a large file and you are reading it using any text […]

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Unix Less Command: Tips for Effective Navigation

The navigation keys in less command are similar to Vim editor. In this article, let us look at few less command navigation and other operations which will make you a better command line warrior. 1. Less Command – Search Navigation Once you’ve opened a log file (or any file) using less file-name, use the following keys […]

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How to Get a Sprint Call Log

A cell phone can usually retain a log of both incoming and outgoing calls. However, the handset’s call log is limited to a certain number of days, after which the entries automatically get deleted. To access a log that is not available on your phone, you can go to your Sprint account and access your […]

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How to Find a Server’s IP Address

The Internet protocol TCP/IP implies a unique IP address depicted in the dot-decimal form (such as 193.45.12.4) for every computer or server in the network. In the Internet, special domain name system (DNS) servers translate computer names into their IP addresses. Both Windows and Linux operating systems have simple commands for accessing the DNS service […]

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How to View a BIOS System Log

The Basic Input/Output System, or BIOS, of every computer or server is a vital component in the operation of that computer’s system. It stores essential information such as the system’s internal clock, hardware configuration, passwords and enabled/disabled devices. Computer users are allowed to access the BIOS system log to examine operations and make necessary changes, […]

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How to Change the Username of a Linux Account

Linux is a multi-user operating system. Each account on the system has a unique username. This is the name the user uses to log in to the system. It is also the name of the user’s home directory. Every Linux distribution uses the “usermod” command to modify user accounts. This includes changing the user name […]

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How to Find UID and GID

The Linux and Unix operating systems use the UID — user ID — to identify a particular user. The GID, or group ID, is used to identify a group. Each user will have a single, unique UID and a primary GID. The user can belong to several secondary groups and each secondary group will have […]

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