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September 2017 – Amazing Workz Studios

Beginners guide to HTTP headers

Hypertext Transfer Protocol, or HTTP, was first introduced by Tim Berners-Lee in 1991. The initial version HTTP/0.9 was designed to facilitate data transfers between a client and server. The protocol works on a request-response model over a TCP connection, but it’s evolved over the years to include several improvements and advanced features. The latest version … Continue reading Beginners guide to HTTP headers

AngularJS v1 vs v2 vs v4 – In depth comparison

In last five years, AngularJS has been evolved tremendously. It has advanced from AngularJS version 1.0 to Angular version 2.0 and now Angular version 4.0. Angular developers makes use of the features provided by the Angular 1.0 to 4.0 which brought major improvements of the developed code size. It provides great impact on application performance … Continue reading AngularJS v1 vs v2 vs v4 – In depth comparison

How To Become a Successful Programmer

Programming is the field where interest is not enough gift for succeeding, You have to passionate means to say more and more passionate about programming. Only interest can’t give you everything we have to think and work like a mad. Madness is only seen by other because orderly people will can’t understand your hunger of programming they … Continue reading How To Become a Successful Programmer

Most iconic Google Doodles Ever: Art and history in a doodle by Google

Google Doodle: Way to make things better There have been thousands of Google Doodles till date. Each day we see a remarkable thing happening at the Google search home page. This always reminds us why Google is one of the best internet companies. Because of the Google Doodle we always have been inspired to learn … Continue reading Most iconic Google Doodles Ever: Art and history in a doodle by Google

THE FUTURE OF JAVA – Java 9

Java is obviously not dead; but is it moribund? Most evidence that bears on this question can be spun both optimistically and pessimistically. For example, perhaps the high rate of Java 8 “new-style” / functional feature adoption indicates that Java is responding well to developers’ needs—or perhaps it indicates pent-up demand from a developer community … Continue reading THE FUTURE OF JAVA – Java 9

Getting Started With Docker and commands – Part 1

ABOUT DOCKER Almost overnight, Docker has become the de facto standard that developers and system administrators use for packaging, deploying, and running distributed applications. It provides tools for simplifying DevOps by enabling developers to create templates called images that can be used to create lightweight virtual machines called containers, which include their applications and all … Continue reading Getting Started With Docker and commands – Part 1