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The Art of Designing a Custom Library for Arduino IDE

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This article is about how to create an Arduino library and the opportunities in open source programming with the Arduino IDE. It will also...

The Art of Designing a Custom Library for Arduino IDE

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This article is about how to create an Arduino library and the opportunities in open source programming with the Arduino IDE. It will also...

“Intelligent IDE Platform is The New Trend in Open Source”

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While it is an absolute necessity to have a sustainable business model, the open source market, both global and in India, lack the same....

Arduino Create to Support Linux on Intel Chips

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The Arduino team has announced a new update to the Arduino Create web platform. Thus, it offers support for Linux enabling fast and easy...

Selenium: A cost-saving test automation tool for web applications

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Selenium is a software testing framework. Test authors can write tests in it without learning a test scripting language. It automates Web based applications...

Using Onsen UI with Monaca IDE for hybrid mobile app development

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  Today, a mobile app is a must for organisations that want to ensure a strong presence in a challenging market. There are different popular...

An Introduction to the Selenium IDE and Firebug

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  This article is the second in the series on the Selenium IDE, in which we advance further in our exploration of it and, more...

Get Your Hands On CODE VALIDATOR

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We bring you an interesting article where three final year students from Thiagarajar college of Engineering (TCE), Thiruparankundram, Tamil Nadu have designed an exciting...

Symfony, NetBeans, XAMPP The Perfect Trio for PHP Web App Development

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This article describes the perfect environment for developing Web applications in PHP on the Windows platform (though the software is also available on Linux). One...

FOSS is __FUN__: The Best IDE

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In any forum that talks about programming, a frequent topic is, "What is the best IDE for the language/framework under discussion?" This often leads to...