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Debian Ember.js

How to Install and Set Up Ember.js 3.11 on Debian 10 Buster

Ember.js is a JavaScript framework and it is used for web application development. It provides a complete solution for building client-side JavaScript applications and it is highly recommended for the management of data and application flow. There are several benefits of using Ember.js such as its open-source nature having the flexibility of getting it for […]

Debian Laravel

How to Install and Setup Laravel 5.8 on Debian 10 Buster

Laravel an open-source PHP framework with model-view-controller architecture is one of the trending technologies nowadays. The JavaScript phenomenon has already ruled almost every area of development. So how a PHP framework like Laravel gets its space? The answer to the above question needs to cover a lot of points. Laravel projects are easier to handle […]

Debian React

How To Install And Set up React on Debian 10 Buster

We know that React is getting more popular among developers nowadays. It is a JavaScript library which is easy to learn and code. It also enables the feature of reusability of components which significantly reduces the number of lines in our project. React is maintained by Facebook and a community of individual developers and companies. React can […]

Angular Debian

How to Install and Set up Angular 8 on Debian 10 Buster

Angular one of the most popular web/mobile application development framework is releasing its version updates by fixing bugs and adding new features very fast. Reusable components are the main attractions of Angular. We can use the same components in several places were the same UI structure is needed. This reduces the amount of coding time […]

Electron Ubuntu

How to Install and Set Up Electron on Ubuntu 19.04 (Disco Dingo)

If we can build a website, we can also build a native desktop application for Windows, MacOS, and  Linux operating systems using the same technology we used in web development(HTML, CSS, and JS). Electron is the framework used for this and it’s simpler than we think. It uses Node.js runtime for the backend and Chromium […]

Cloud Vultr

How to Set Up Your Own Cloud Server on Vultr (VC2)

Creating and hosting a website is much easier in today’s world. Shared hosting was popular in the early years because of the huge maintenance charges we wanted to pay for providers like Amazon Web Services(AWS), Google cloud, Microsoft Azure, etc. These giant companies provide extra features like easy deployment of applications, backups, database management support, […]

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