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Create a Slide Show with Slidifier

Slidifier is a browser-based, open source slide show creator that is quick and very easy to use. Let’s take a look. Many presenters at conferences these days use browser-based slide shows. This is…

The TutorVista team

TutorVista: Using Open Source in Digital Education

TutorVista, a digital tutoring website, uses open source software to mimic a classroom experience and maintain its database. TutorVista is an online tutoring service that was founded in 2005. Its operations are entirely…

Our little app in action

Getting Started with HTML5 WebSockets

Ever felt that in the so called two-way Web, updating Web pages in real-time is a pain? Well, the HTML5 specifications took care of that in a big way. Introducing WebSockets — the…

HTML5 Local Storage

HTML5 localStorage for Offline Web Applications

This article explains the local (client-side, browser) storage feature in HTML 5. Since the introduction of HTML5, the technology is making an equal impact in the desktop and mobile space. It has completely…

Dries Buytaert

It Can Be a Multi-billion Dollar Industry: Dries Buytaert on Drupal Businesses, Drupal 8…

Dries Buytaert, the creator and project lead of Drupal, recently visited India. LINUX For You caught up with him to understand his plans on expanding Drupal’s reach in India, what we can expect…

HTML + JavaScript = Android App

Build Android Apps Using HTML with PhoneGap

With all the hubbub around Android, it’s tempting to make an app yourself. But considerations like, “I don’t know Java,” or “I’m just a Web developer and haven’t ever done app development,” hold…

The trio who cooked up their own edu video repository

NIT-C Students Use PostgreSQL to Design Their Own Video Repository

The students of NIT-C, who were one of the winners of the EnterpriseDB PostgreSQL contest, share with the LINUX For You team how they created an internal database of MIT and IIT video…

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