This function can help you daily. It simplifies the web development a lot and allows you to do complicated styling using classes. jQuery addClass does what is says. It adds a class to the object now under modification. It has no side effects and it really does only one simple thing add a class. It provides a powerful combination with removeClass() and toggleClass() to class handling. Continue reading jQuery addClass with Explanation and Example
jQuery addBack function adds the element found in the previous search to the jQuery object group. You can find elements under a parent element and add the parent element also the list of elements. Continue reading jQuery addBack Explanation and Example
jQuery add function returns a new jQuery object which has been added the element given as a parameter. With this function you can add elements to already existing jQuery object and making it possible to do the modification of all these elements at once. Continue reading jQuery add Explained with Example
Question that arise for many new projects with PHP as their main back end language which web framework should I choose. How can you make a decision between Symfony and Laravel?
These two PHP web frameworks are currently the two most used. They have a lot in common and Laravel actually uses some parts of Symfony, but in the end its a world of its own. Even though they have a lot in common, they also differ in many ways from each other. The basic object oriented model and model view controller pattern is in the heart of both. Continue reading Symfony vs Laravel – The Battle of Old and New
SQLite is a cool and a handy tool for creating small databases in development or just trying things out. To make it even better, you can install free GUI tools to help you in development. Continue reading SQLite GUI Linux
Symfony routes can have optional parameters, so that your path works with or without a parameter. This is something that usually a good service should do so that the user won’t get lost and no error pages occur. Continue reading Symfony route optional parameter
Because the Internet is going to move to IPv6 time, there are already ongoing changes happening around different internet operators. This causes some issues if some service in the middle or the final server does not support IPv6, you may get stuck to connecting. Continue reading Connecting to archive.ubuntu.com