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Learn HTML5 in 40 minutes tutorialBy Alicia Sykes, on Sunday 3rd May 2015. Categorised in Computers. (Read on Blogger)
Since EVERYTHING front-end related on the web is coded in HTML and HTML5 has a bunch of new features to make your web content more interactive and semantic, it is the language you need to know before you can do anything else web-related. These videos should give you an overview of what HTML5 is and how you can use it to create web pages. ....
How to see who's actually viewed your Facebook profileBy Alicia Sykes, on Saturday 19th July 2014. Categorised in Tutorials. (Read on Blogger)
No installing, downloading or external applications required, a quick and relativity simple way to see the friends or fb users who have viewed your profile in the last 30 days - it's also completely anonymous. Note: this only works if your privacy settings allow your profile to show in search results, which are the defaults. ....
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2-player iPhone remake of the traditional Japanese board game, Hasami Shogi. Written in Swift.
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Hey! I'm Alicia, a software engineer based in London, UK.
I love all-things-code, and my favourite pastime is developing open source applications. I'm always looking for new technologies to learn, and to find better ways of developing.
This blog is a collection of articles about new tech, specific tutorials, event and product reviews as well as a few posts on random topics and things I've been up to.
When I'm not coding, I enjoy sports, socialising, chilling and thinking about code! I am a Christian, and a lot of the work I do is done with Jesus in mind. I am always happy to work for free or cost price on charitable or Christian projects.
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This blog is not regularly updated.
Since not much in my life is particularly interesting (lol), the blog is mainly used for articles about coding and tech, as well as a few tutorials and reviews.
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