Android w/ Fragments

A whole activity which we can see on our screen and if we only need to modify a small part, how we can do that with any modification in activity? So, we need a fragment.
.NET C#

Did Someone Say Reflection C#

Maybe you are new to the .Net lifestyle or maybe you are a veteran, either way, you ended up here to get a better understanding of what reflection is all about. To begin reflection is the process of describing various metadata of types, methods, and fields in code, that is literal Microsoft definition but no
Java vs Kotlin
If my math is not wrong Java has been around for over 20+ years now and has no intention of going away. It holds a supreme position in the list of most popular programming languages following the C and C++ =, setting the highest usability record with millions of developers and systems. Random Fact: James Gosling, Mike
Android reCAPTCHA

Integrating Google’s reCAPTCHA w/Android

Introduction Google’s reCAPTCHA API protects your website/app from malicious traffic. You might have seen the reCAPTCHA integrated on web pages. You can integrate the same in your Android apps too using SafeNet API. The service is free to use and it will show a captcha to be solved if the engine suspects user interaction to
javascript

The ($) and (_) within JavaScript

The dollar sign ($) and the underscore (_) characters are JavaScript (js) identifiers, which just means that they identify an object in the same way a name would. The objects they identify include things such as variables, functions, properties, events, and objects. For this reason, these characters are not treated the same way as other special symbols. Instead, JavaScript treats $ and _ as if they

The Wonders of Getters & Setters in JS

Okay with the assumption that you are a ” something that reference newbie” and be aware I am probably two years in the game and just now understanding this behind javascript. So as you may already know ‘Getters’ and ‘Setters’ are common archetypal methods in several other programming languages, specifically more within object-oriented languages like
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