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What is HTML? | CodeBrainer



The simplest way to learn what is HTML is with Codebrainer . Become a master of Hypertext Markup Language with our online tutorial in no time.


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What is JavaScript - JavaScript Tutorial for Beginners



JavaScript is the Programming Language for the Web. It can update and change both HTML and CSS, and it can calculate, manipulate and validate data.


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Working from a coffee shop as a freelancer



If you are used to working on your own, that means that all your ideas come from thin air. Working from a coffee shop gives us some sort of social interaction.


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Web Developer Skills - Web Developer Basics for Beginners



Start with the basic web developer skills to call yourself a Web developer. Let's get you on the way to become an excellent Web Programmer.


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Running a Web server on Windows


Here we are going to take a look at how to run a local web server on Windows using the http server module .


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Running a web server on a Mac


Here we are going to show you how to run a web server on your mac using Node JS.


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DESIGNERS are from Mars & DEVELOPERS are from another universe


If we knew, we’d have told you, but no one knows when this battle started. Designers and developers have had this love-hate relationship for what seems like forever. In fact, it is rare to see a team of designers and a team of developers work hand-in-hand without having to argue for a while.


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Learn How to Code to Become a Freelance Programmer


Check these TOP 10 reasons why freelance programming should be your career choice.


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Can anyone learn to code? | CodeBrainer


If you are asking yourself “Can anyone learn to code?”, the answer is definitely yes. Furthermore, you should ask yourself, why learn to code .


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“Why should I learn JavaScript?”


The short answer is - because only then will you know how the WEB really works and it’s a great gateway language to programming. Let me tell you why we decided to create a JavaScript course. But before we start, I have to tell you that one of our favourite quotes at CodeBrainer is “ Assumption is the mother of all f***-ups ”. Having said that, you have to know that we try to make all our decisions based on data and analytics.


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Where the hack are bullets in HTML and why do we call them UL? And, what is LI?


This is one of our super fast lectures. We want to give you skills in the shortest time possible! We are here to teach you HTML essentials, so lets start.


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Random number in JavaScript for Beginners


Using a fun and useful example, we are going to show you how to generate a random number in JavaScript .


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13 designs for buttons every Android beginner should know


During all the years of mobile development, we had quite a few requests for button designs. So we wanted to create a short list of examples you can start from. Most of these design techniques will work for many other types of components as well.


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How to run an app in an Android Emulator


Using Android studio we will take a look at how we can test our Android app by running it in an Android emulator.


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A “what to learn” checklist for Android beginners


Students ask us a lot, what kind of topics they need to learn before they become proficient in Android. This is our list.


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RecyclerView for Android Beginners - How to display data


RecyclerView is a component that displays data in different ways and is made with contemporary techniques to make scrolling as smooth as possible and to make development easier.


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Android Studio Layout Editor for Beginners


Android Studio's Layout Editor enables us to build layouts by dragging components onto the screen instead of writing the layout XML by hand. Layout Editor is one of the companions, that will follow us through the whole journey of app design. For a beginner, this is one of the places to start building apps. In Layout Editor you can design screens and add components, that you will use later in the code. So we have to get used to it to start building our apps.


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Using SharedPreferences in Android to store data


Use SharedPreferences in Android if you want to store simple data like name, phone number, age, email, last opened screen...


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Registration form in Android (Check if email is valid and if EditText is empty)


There are a verity of forms. Here we are going to take a look at a registration form to show you how you can check or validate data that a user has entered.


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Make A Simple Android Love Calculator App


I wanted to write Love Calculator for a long time. It was just a fun we had in school writing down names and calculating percentage of love for each other. It was pure fun. We learnt a little bit less for few hours but at least we were programming :D


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Prepare activity for RelativeLayout


In some of our examples we use RelativeLayout to setup activities or layouts. We do this to make it simpler to start a project and show a sample. If our sample is using RelativeLayout you can use this steps to set it up.


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How to start an Android studio project


Creating a new Android Studio project is very easy. You will just have to follow these couple of simple steps.


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Exporting an Android Studio Project


We get asked more and more, how can our students move a project from one computer to another . They are constantly showing their project and asking how to take their project even further. But there were some projects, that were not exported in the right way, that is why they do not work when you open them on a target computer. So we decided to write a short step by step guide on how to export Android Studio project .


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Top 10 basic HTML tags


We will take a look at the top 10 basic HTML tags. By mastering this 10 tags you will already be able to develop a basic yet nice website.


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