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How to Transfer Files Using Xender on Ubuntu Linux

By | September 3, 2016

Xender is a very common file sharing app on android devices, especially because it is considered as being easy to use. The wonderful thing is that the recent version of the app has the ability to share files between an android device (phones and tablets) and Linux though the web browser. Though I’ve written earlier… Read More »

WebMaker APP: Offline Web Development Play-Ground

By | August 20, 2019

The true Open-source alternative to CODEPEN for offline web development. WebMaker app (WMA) is a free and open-source front-end web development application. A good way to describe it is as an offline version of codepen. Codepen is one piece of software that has come to play a very important role in my front-end developer journey.… Read More »

How To Install And Setup Git In Linux

What is git? Git is a distributed code revision software created by Linus Torvalds, (yes the creator of Linux). Git is used in project/source code version control. That simply means that it ensures that you can save your work (any coding project) at a particular point in time – versions. Each save is called, in… Read More »

How to Install Geany IDE on Linux

Geany is cross-platform, feature-rich, full–blown integrated development environment (IDE), that you can get on Linux. Among others, one good reason i love geany IDE is because of its automatic compiler recognition; once a compliler of any programming language is installed on yopur PC you dont need any further configuration to start using the IDE to… Read More »

Why Microsoft Creates it Own Linux-based Operating System for IoT.

Microsoft creates a new operating system (OS) for internet of things (IoT) devices – the Azure sphere. And guess what, it based on Linux. Yeah that’s correct. It is the first time Microsoft has publicly released an operating system running the Linux kernel. Of course, looking beyond the surface, this should not be surprising. IoT… Read More »

How to Install FileZilla FTP Client on Linux

Upload Files directly to an FTP Server. Creating a website is already hard don’t make it harder to upload the files (of the website/app) to your server – just use the free and open-source FileZilla. You could use the command line interface (terminal) for speed and those that are very proficient at typing commands. But… Read More »

Automating Stuffs: Introduction to Linux Shell Scripting

In recent times many computer users are comfortable using point-and-click (graphical) user interfaces – GUI – and so any mention of commands becomes scary and disturbing. But as a Linux user the command line interface (CLI) is an integral part of the operating system (OS) and also very necessarily productivity or performance-wise. There still many… Read More »

Install GIMP If You Want PHOTOSHOP On Linux.

And bring your graphics creativity to life. GIMP (GNU IMAGE MANIPULATION PROGRAM) is a very powerful and flexible, free and open-source image editor that can be used for image retouching and editing, free-form drawing, converting between different types of image formats, and many other graphic-related tasks. GIMP contains very useful tools to make your work… Read More »

How to Install Atom Editor in Ubuntu Linux.

A Hackable text editor for the 21st Century! Atom is an open source text editor for all your text needs. But its mostly used and suited for programming and development (coding). A very functional and feature-rich text editor is an invaluable component of a developer toolbox. Atom is open-source (if you have the skills you… Read More »

[New Release] Ubuntu Linux 18.04 Long Term Support – Bionic Beaver

How you can upgrade your Previous versions. Canonical (the company behind the development of ubuntu Linux) has released the much awaited ubuntu 1804LTS – tagged “Bionic Beaver”. (Note: LTS stands for LONG TERM SUPPORT). The new Ubuntu 18.04 LTS has seen some major improvements over its predecessor. Ubuntu 18.04 LTS will be supported by canonical till April 2023… Read More »