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Month: April 2019

What is the difference between HTML5 and (pre-5) HTML?

In this article, you will learn about the difference between HTML and HTML5. HTML stands for HyperText Markup Language and HTML5 is the latest version of HTML Language. It is a cleaner markup and improved code for developers. HTML5 comes with a host of new elements and functional attributes. In HTML file, DOCTYPE defines the […]

How to add custom field in Contact Us form in Magento2?

In this article, I’ll explain the process of adding a custom field in a Magento 2 contact form. For the purpose of understanding, I will add a Subject field to the contact form, however, you can add your own fields to the contact form at your store. First of all we need to create a […]

Core Data : CRUD Operations

Core Data CRUD Operations In the previous article Core Data : Managed Object Model, we learned about Managed Object Model, how to create entities, their attributes, and relationship between entities. In this article, we will learn the CRUD operations i.e. Create, Read, Update and Delete records from the Core Data Entity. We will use the […]

RESTful API with Slim Framework

Slim is a full-featured, open-source PHP micro-framework that enables you to write ‘simple yet powerful’ web applications and APIs in a quick manner. It comes with a sophisticated URL dispatcher and middleware architecture that makes it perfect for static websites or API prototyping. It supports all (GET, POST, PUT, DELETE) the HTTP methods. This article […]

Reactive Form with Validation in Angular 7

Hey techies I am going to talk about Reactive Form with Validation in Angular 7 in this article. Below is the step by step guide to apply validations on reactive form using Angular 7. Step 1 – Command: ng generate component form Step 2 – Go to file app.module.ts to import form modules as shown […]

Artisan Commands in Laravel

Laravel framework provides three primary tools for interaction through command-line namely: Artisan, Ticker and REPL. This chapter I am going to explains about Artisan Commands.First of all open your command line and go to the project route folder likecd var/www/html/laravel-project/after that you can execute artisan commandswhat is Artisan commands?Artisan is the command-line interface included with Laravel. It provides a number of helpful commands that can assist you while you build your application.

How does Apple push notifications work while we are not using the app!

Notification is a way to inform a user about the arrival of new data in an app, whether or not running in the foreground. Types of notifications Notifications can mainly be classified into two categories: Local notifications  Remote notifications (Apple Push Notification) Below mentioned are the steps for creating Apple Push Notifications(APN): Step 1: The […]

Importance of Content Delivery Network (CDN)

User experience and SEO are totally based on the speed of WordPress Blog. To improve the speed of web pages there are multiple tools available and one of them is CDN. In this article, the basics of CDN have been explained. What is CDN? CDN stands for Content Delivery Network, a server network, which delivers […]