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“Learning to write programs stretches your mind, and helps you think better, creates a way of thinking about things that I think is helpful in all domains.” —Bill Gates


JavaScript for Noobs: How to Add JavaScript to a Website

Welcome to another blog episode of JavaScript for Noobs and today we will learn how to add JavaScript to a website. Quick intro: I learned Java, PHP and Python before learning JavaScript so I have the fundamentals of object oriented programming. If like me,…

February 23, 2020

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JavaScript for Noobs: Basic String Manipulation

Hello and welcome to my first blog episode of JavaScript for Noobs, where we learn JavaScript step by step and become JavaScript pros! Here, we start with basic string manipulation. Some introduction. I am currently learning JavaScript through Udemy and I’m here to share…

February 6, 2020
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Simple CSS to Style your Own Email Subscription Form

Every popular website allows their visitors to subscribe to their content by email through a pop-up modal or a widget form. I was trying to add a widget form to my website after installing my subscription plugin. However, the design looked flat and dull.…

December 19, 2019

Create Charts with PHP, MySQL: No JavaScript Knowledge

Ever thought of creating charts with PHP only to find out you need to use JavaScript? I’ve recently taken on a school project to create a system that takes in application from students for some requirement. I can’t really give out a lot of…

November 5, 2019


It has been a month since I changed my theme. >.< I didn’t think I’d change it so soon. I liked my previous theme. It was fancy. I must say, though. The last one took me a couple months to complete. This current one,…

July 11, 2017

MeReads: My First Android App

Hello world! As promised, I am here to share with you my very first Android App. This was originally a school project and I liked it and I think it’s useful enough. I hoped to make an ebook reader app but I realised, as…

March 14, 2017