"user interface" tag

Linux Firewall: Executing Iprules Using PHP

A firewall keeps the network secure by analysing packets and determining whether they should be allowed through or not. This article shows how to manipulate Iprules using PHP scripts. Linux has its own…

Intents in Android

One factor contributing to Android’s success in the smartphone market is the large number of third-party application developers in Java. The other not-so-well-known yet important factor is the ease with which developers can…

Super+W to spread all windows in the current workspace

Ubuntu 12.04 Review: An LTS Done More or Less Precisely

Ubuntu 12.04 is the fourth LTS release from Canonical that came out about a month back, and the first LTS with the revamped user interface, Unity, as the de-facto interface. Let’s take it…

ComboBox and ListWidget

Developing Apps on Qt, Part 4

In the last article, we worked on the backbone of GUIs, the signal and slot mechanism. In this article, we move ahead to the GUI part of Qt. The basic block of any…

Hello there, Foxies

A Letter to Foxy Developers

A look at what makes Mozilla Firefox the most developer friendly browser around, and how you can get the most out of the community-developed Mozilla Firefox. Mozilla Firefox is by far the most…

GUIs using Python

Play with GUIs using Python

The GUI (Graphical User Interface) is the simplest way to let users interact with the system. If you know how to create GUIs, you can get many more users interested. This article shows…

Web frameworks

All You Need to Know About Web Application Frameworks

Jargon fills our everyday lives on the Internet. The days when HTML and JavaScript used to be “cool” technologies are long gone. They are still very much an underlying part of the Net,…

Free from clutter?

The GIMP 2.8:2.7 Development Release: Free From Clutter

The GIMP version 2.6 was released two years back, and it’s time for us to embrace a new development series of the GIMP. Dubbed as 2.8:2.7, the FOSS editing software is finally getting…

RedNoteBook

Take Note: Four Note-taking Apps You Should Try

Taking detailed, usable notes is not only an art, but also the hallmark of an effective worker. Fortunately, this is an area where the workman can blame his tools. But before you throw…

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