Tips & Tutorials – SQL & Others

What is WAMP LAMP MAMP XAMPP (Plus Their Differences)

Welcome, and you are probably here because of the confusion between WAMP, LAMP, MAMP, and XAMPP. Techies sure like to abbreviate everything, just what the heck do these mean? For a quick answer: WAMP – Windows, Apache, MySQL, PHP LAMP – Linux, Apache, MySQL, PHP MAMP – Mac, Apache, MySQL, PHP XAMPP – Cross-platform (X), …

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8 Types of Computer Programmers (And What They Do)

Welcome to a guide and list of the different types of computer programmers. Digital devices and automation are everywhere in this age, and programmers are in huge demand. Maybe you are interested in the job called “programmer”? Or maybe you are just curious? To keep the story short, “programmer” is a very generic title these …

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Chrome Kiosk Mode On PC Android iOS Chrome OS (A Quick Tutorial)

Welcome to a quick tutorial on how to set Chrome into kiosk mode. Yes, there is a hidden gem called “kiosk mode” in Google Chrome that not many developers know of. It is but a very simple mechanism to set Chrome into full screen incognito and removes all navigation bars. That is, we can easily …

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How To Calculate Difference Between Dates In MYSQL – Simple Examples

Welcome to a quick tutorial and examples on how to calculate the difference between dates in MYSQL – In minutes, days, months, and years. Yes, these are probably the most common questions. How to calculate the difference between 2 dates? How to add or minus days? How many days have passed till today? Let us …

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Server-Side VS. Client-Side Scripts (The Differences)

Welcome to a quick guide on the differences between server-side and client-side scripts. Just started with web development or interested to learn more? Scripts that run on the user’s device are called client-side scripts. They are generally less secure due to the fact that users have direct access to the scripts and can potentially mess …

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