Many times on the web pages we come across displaying some type of card, that displays some information with cool looking background. These may be contact cards or displaying the information for some place like on any travel site. One example is below:
Continue reading Contact Card with Blurred Background using Canvas
A few days back I came to know about the Yarn package manager from Brij Kishor by his post on LinkedIn Pulse. After reading his post and investigating some of its documentation I got excited about it.
Continue reading React.js and Socket.IO based polling app with Yarn and Webpack
There were times, when, to get the borders around any element was a tough task, and this was usually done by stitching multiple background images. But the real pain was to maintain them.
Continue reading CSS border-radius Demisitified
Most of us who use VIM for their day to day editing tasks, I can bet, really love its key bindings, especially, character navigation keys i.e.,
l. Then, wouldn’t it be a cool idea to allow your users to use
k keys to scroll
up your page? After all, you can see it in action on the Facebook itself.
Continue reading VIM like Navigation on a Web Page
Did you ever feel the need to display the content of some file, may be a Java or HTML, on the terminal? Yes, you are right. For this purpose, we use cat command that comes bundled with every Linux distribution.
Continue reading Syntax Highlighting inside Linux Terminal (a fancy cat command)