Pre 2020, I had a “normal” 9 to 5 and I knew where my money (which was mostly in Nigerian Naira at the time) went. Measuring the value of something was more straightforward as central banks used data on inflation and unemployment to adjust interest rates and keep fiat circulation to reliable levels.
The inflow of money into startups, stocks, real estate, bonds, and cryptocurrency could be justified as fiat regulation systems based on the laws of demand and supply were in place for countries mainly seen as financial powerhouses. Here are the interest rates and inflation data of some…
There are a number of ways to use Vue…
Calculate… it’s all we seem to do all the time. From planning budgets and getaways to what’s left in our 401k account, it all involves a bit of calculation. It’s no different for software developers too; we calculate when we build stuff. Right now that “stuff” we’re going to build step by step, and patch piece by piece, is a scientific calculator.
For the thousandth time, you test! On Chrome, Firefox, Safari, Edge, Opera, Midori (wait, what the hell is that?) and Internet Explorer (even though we laughed at the memes, we’re all to scared to pull the plug and leave our dear IE out of the equation). For mobile and web; you’re leaving no stone unturned here. Your app is going to change the world! It’s going to change how humans control machines - or how machines control humans (there’s no limit to how crazy these ideas can get, believe me). …
Gaming… It’s a word that quite a number of us can connect to, from Nintendo’s Game & Watch of the early eighties to PlayStation 4 where we are now, we’ve been part of this ride and we’ve enjoyed every bit of it. Apart from being players, quite a number of us love to watch and for this reason, live streaming of video games; what began as a hobby for most, is now a global enterprise. Together we’ll walk through a step by step process of creating your very own live gaming platform.
We’re going to make a list of what…
Tech is aimed at solving problems… as well as taking existing solutions and perfecting them (or at least trying to perfect them, nothing’s perfect folks). It’s for this reason that we examine every niche of life with the objective of identifying a problem and solving it. It’s for this reason that today; we’re going to build a mini encyclopedia (Yeah a “mini” one, the main stuff bores people to death. We want information… but not too much).
So like it is with every “building”, let’s make a list of what we actually want from our encyclopedia:
Trying to decide if a string may or may not be found within another string? The
includes() method is perfect for this purpose, it checks for the presence of a string in another (longer) string, returning
true if the string is found or
false if otherwise.
searchString : The string we are searching for within the larger string.
position: The position at which we begin to search for
searchString. This position’s default value is 0. This parameter is optional when implementing the method.
Case Sensitivity: The
includes() method is case sensitive. …
Summer’s here! 🌞 We all know how unpredictable the weather could be during this period, one moment it’s Helios flooding everywhere with his rays, the next it’s raining cats and dogs. In time like this (and other times too), you need to stay not just one, but ten steps ahead of nature. What’s going to keep you going? Not an umbrella, not sunscreen…..but….. A WEATHER APP!
Great news! I bring to you, “THE” weather app; created out of the desire to learn more, what started out as a side project is actually going to be your Superman this summer.