Bite sized documentation for the Flutter Frameworkflutter
When you send a large file using email you might run into size restrictions. These four free file sharing sites make sending large files a snap.

There are many sites for sharing large files but often you have to go through steps to use them, like creating an account, verifying an email address, or sitting through a countdown.

These four sites have simple interfaces, don't require you to create an account, verify an email address, sit through a count down and have generous size allowances. You can send most file formats with no trouble such as videos, music, images, etc. though none of them will transfer an .exe or program file.
VS Code is a highly extensible code editor with a massive marketplace of extensions to supercharge your workflow. But there are plenty of powerful settings and customizations that are available out-of-the-box that make VS Code work better for you.unity
I've noticed several VS Code extension posts and have been thoroughly disappointed with the mentioned extensions with the exception of a couple so I thought I'd compile my list of plugins that I personally use.

I think these are helpful for any primarily front-end developer who wants to get the most out of using Visual Studio Code. Some of these you'll already have - as they're the most recommended extensions on the platform - but others you may not.unity
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Easily Add Color to Your Black and White Photos

Bring new life to old photos by automatically colorizing them using the Algorithmia API. It's as easy as pasting in a URL above.

We're excited to introduce cloud hosted deep learning models on Algorithmia. The Colorful Image Colorization microservice is a computer vision algorithm trained on a million images from the Imagenet dataset.

This microservice is an implementation of the Colorful Image Colorization algorithm created by Richard Zhang, Phillip Isola, and Alexei A. Efros..
​"Whenever I jump out of the tutorials I get stuck"

​You know what you want to be doing: building applications using ASP.NET Core MVC

​And you have a plan...

... follow some tutorials, maybe watch a Pluralsight course or two. Learn enough to get started and you’ll be off building that application you’ve got all figured out in your head.

So you start following a tutorial and before you know it you’ve typed out endless lines of code.

You’ve added tons of classes and methods to your application and have precisely no idea what you’ve typed or why.

​Every tutorial throws more ​terminology at you; models, controllers, view models, Razor (or is that Razor Pages?), Entity Framework. ​ Where do you even begin?

​​So you decide to watch a video instead.

The video looks really good, the author seems to know their stuff. But as the play-head ticks steadily across the bottom of the screen, you find yourself zoning out; your eyes glaze over, the words flow in one ear and straight out the other; no​thing sticks.​
There are many file converters available both online and offline, but how about one that works from Windows File Explorer right click (context) menu? File Converter does just that.

File Converter is a free open source Windows program that converts and compresses a variety of file formats from the right click menu in Windows File Explorer. Once installed, it appears in the context (right click) menu.

It's very easy to use; right click on a file (or several files) in Windows File Explorer, choose File Converter, and select the file format. A window opens showing the progress of the conversion and closes when it's complete. Converted files are stored in the same folder as the source file and have the same name with a different extension.

File Converter won't appear in the context menu if you right click on a file that isn't supported, a nice touch that keeps the context menu less cluttered.
What to focus on?

It can be pretty stressful when you feel like there’s so much to learn and you don’t even know where to start.

My advice is to take some pressure off yourself!

There’s always new stuff to learn, new concepts to grok, new patterns to apply.

This is part of what makes software development fun (and also never-ending!).

The only way you can really fail (especially when you’re starting out with ASP.NET) is to do nothing! If you take no action then I guarantee you won’t get very far.

Anything else you do is (at the very least) a small step on the path to discovering where you want to focus your efforts.

So soak up the articles below, pick something to learn first and get going.

Then reply to one of my emails and let me know how you’re getting on :-)

PS Practical ASP.NET Core MVC 2.1 is launching soon so check that out if you’re interested in building real applications using ASP.NET Core MVC.
This web based service allows anyone with little or no design experience to create professional looking posters, reports, flyers, infographics and presentations with easy to use design tools.

Piktochart is a web based design tool that comes with an extensive set of functions that can tailor any of the free themed templates to your needs, or you can start with a blank template to create high quality projects.

This free service has a surprising amount of high quality elements to choose from. Insert ready to use charts, maps and videos (from Vimeo and YouTube) or pick from many background colors, patterns and textures, resizable graphics, shapes, icons, photo frames and text frames.

Photos can be inserted from Unsplash and photos by Pictochart designers. You can also upload your own JPG, PNG, GIF, or SVG files. Free accounts have a 40MB image upload limit.

There aren't a lot of free themed templates to choose from but they can be extensively customized with the many design elements. There are twelve themed presentation templates, twelve infographic templates, and nine printable vim
Wil je de theorie voor je rijbewijs B onder de knie krijgen? Online studeren op jouw tempo, waar en wanneer je wil? Oefenen op alle mogelijke manieren: van meerkeuze- tot videovragen? En alvast een proefexamen afleggen voor je aan je echte theoretische rijexamen begint?

Welkom op Jouw persoonlijke co-piloot voor een vlot parcours! Een online leerplatform, volledig gratis en toegankelijk voor iedereen.

Companion repo to a course hosted on Udemy.comflutter
In partnership with Firebase, we're making the public Hacker News data available in near real time. Firebase enables easy access from Android, iOS and the web. Servers aren't left out.

If you can use one of the many Firebase client libraries, you really should. The libraries handle networking efficiently and can raise events when things change. Be sure to check them
Last time we took a look at the big picture when it comes to authentication/authorization for your ASP.NET Core app.

Now it’s time to tackle a common scenario – securing your .NET Core Web app (even when accessed via Angular).

To keep things simple for this example, we’re going to require our users to log in as soon as they enter our app.

We can use ASP.NET Core to redirect the user to a login page as soon as they hit our default controller action (/home/index).
I have always stayed far away from regex. In one of my first year computer science labs, there was an exercise that involved regex. I think that was the very first time I was introduced to it. I thought it was cool at the time but it seemed too hard so I've been avoiding it or just googling how to solve a certain regex problem. But I finally took some time to learn it properlyperl unity
Containers are hugely helpful for improving security, reproducibility, and scalability in software development and data science. Their rise is one of the most important trends in technology today.

Docker is a platform to develop, deploy, and run applications inside containers. Docker is essentially synonymous with containerization. If you’re a current or aspiring software developer or data scientist, Docker is in your future.

Don’t fret if you aren’t yet up to speed — this article will help you understand the conceptual landscape — and you’ll get to make some pizza along the way.
Hi! I am Bhrugen Patel! I am a passionate software engineer with 6 years of professional experience, specializing in .NET stack. I have a Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering and a Master of Science Computer Science.

My mission is to make coding and software engineering accessible to everyone through courses that are simple to follow, but still give exposure to solve real world challanges. I love learning new technologies, and sharing my knowledge with everyone! I really enjoy putting these materials together and I hope that others can benefit from these course to become the developer they want to be.

For me the most important part about writing and teaching code is to eliminate the hardships of every student out there who is willing to learn but cannot find adequate resource which is easy to understand. Coding is a way to be creative and have fun!
Demo of the app build in the core mvc course by Patel Bhrugen
Observable<T> class

A wrapper class that extends Stream. It combines all the Streams and StreamTransformers contained in this library into a fluent api.dart
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