Best Projects Created With Raspberry Pi – Part 10

Raspberry Pi is rated as one of the best computing devices for the dynamic world of prototype experimentation and Do-It-Yourself projects. The PI is a

Raspberry Pi Vs. Arduino

Most people find it difficult to differentiate between pi and an Arduino. What most people do not understand is that an Arduino is a microcomputer while

10 Efficient Raspberry Add-ons To Enhance Performance – Part 8

Sometimes you may find yourself in great need to improve the functionality of your Raspberry Pi. There is a good chance your Raspberry does not

Python On Raspberry Pi – Part 7

In the previous article, ‘Raspberry PI: laying out the basics I’ we mentioned the Raspberry PI as a low-cost computing device that was initially created

Raspbian OS And Why Everyone Is So Attached To It

​The Raspberry is a Debian based Linux distribution created for the Raspberry Pi. It is worth to mention that the Raspberry is designed to only

Top 12 Projects For Raspberry Pi

If Raspberry Pi is among your interests and you want to reinforce your productivity, we propose 12 projects for a Raspberry Pi to do this summer.

What Is Server Side Rendering? Is It Still Useful?

The past few years have seen a hoard of new JavaScript frameworks taking over web development. Skills with Single Page Applications and Progressive Web Apps are the new things that every new developer wants on their resume. Most of the web services are migrating towards Client Side Rendering with JavaScript Continue Reading

UberWriter Markdown Text Editor For GNOME

UberWriter is a markdown text editor for GNOME. The app works with other desktop environments too since it is available only on flathub repository. All you have to do is install the app on your KDE, Cinnamon,… desktop while flatpak takes care of all the required dependencies to run UberWriter. Continue Reading

Timetable Scheduler App For Linux

Timetable is a scheduling app available on flathub repositories. The app is maintained by the Elementary OS team and thus it’s User Interface looks like its own native OS. Might look a bit out of place on GNOME, KDE, Cinnamon, etc but still yet the app works like a charm. Continue Reading

Python Programming – if, else and elif

​If you have the time, you can read this article else you can do something else. Sounds logical, doesn’t it? Well, That’s programming for you in a nutshell. Programming is all about writing code that will give different outputs depending upon the state of various variables at the moment.

UberWriter Vs. Mark Text

Nice sunny day, hello Linux readers! I’m glad to have you back here as I ramble about the goods and the bads of these two markdown editors: UberWriter and Mark Text. If you haven’t tried both of them, great! This article can help you a bit as you read on Continue Reading

Working With Variables – Python Programming

We are on our quest to learn python programming and this brings us to one of the most fundamental topics. Variables are everywhere, every programming language has variables at its core. We will learn about variables and also see some basic operation and applications of variables in python.

Overview and Installation – Python Programming

Python is a general-purpose programming language that is very high in demand. It is one of the most sought after programming languages with limitless applications. Programming in Python is very easy to learn. Since it is a very flexible language. So let us begin on our quest to learning Python.

Midnightmare Teddy – A Shooter Game For Linux

Another game review today. It’s Midnightmare Teddy! Available on flathub for all versions of Linux is a casual lightweight shooter game for kids and families. The game is cute and centers around a teddy who might be having a nightmare dreaming. You must help teddy get rid of all those Continue Reading

Set Background Wallpapers In Linux With Fondo

Fondo is a desktop wallpaper app for Linux where you can search for the most beautiful wallpapers on the Internet from within the app itself and set your preferred image as your desktop wallpaper by just clicking on the image directly. The app is simple and easy to use.

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