Royce  Reinger

Royce Reinger


ArtLine: A Deep Learning Based Project for Creating Line Art Portraits


The main aim of the project is to create amazing line art portraits.


Example Images

bohemian rhapsody movie , Rami Malek American actor


Photo by Maxim from Pexels


Friends, TV show.


Keanu Reeves, Canadian actor.


Hrithik Roshan


Alita: Battle Angel


Virat Kohli, Indian cricketer


Photo by Anastasiya Gepp from Pexels




Pexels Portrait, Model


Beyoncé, American singer



Lets cartoonize the lineart portraits, Check Toon-Me

Skrillex , American DJ


Tom Hanks, Actor


Line Art

The amazing results that the model has produced has a secret sauce to it. The initial model couldn't create the sort of output I was expecting, it mostly struggled with recognizing facial features. Even though ( produced great results it had limitations like (frontal face photo similar to ID photo, preferably with clear face features, no glasses and no long fringe.) I wanted to break-in and produce results that could recognize any pose. Achieving proper lines around the face, eyes, lips and nose depends on the data you give the model. APDrawing dataset alone was not enough so I had to combine selected photos from Anime sketch colorization pair dataset. The combined dataset helped the model to learn the lines better.

Movie Poster created using ArtLine.

The movie poster was created using ArtLine in no time , it's not as good as it should be but I'm not an artist.



Technical Details

Self-Attention ( Generator is pretrained UNET with spectral normalization and self-attention. Something that I got from Jason Antic's DeOldify(, this made a huge difference, all of a sudden I started getting proper details around the facial features.

Progressive Resizing (,( Progressive resizing takes this idea of gradually increasing the image size, In this project the image size were gradually increased and learning rates were adjusted. Thanks to for intrdoucing me to Progressive resizing, this helps the model to generalise better as it sees many more different images.

Generator Loss : Perceptual Loss/Feature Loss based on VGG16. (

Surprise!! No critic,No GAN. GAN did not make much of a difference so I was happy with No GAN.

The mission was to create something that converts any personal photo into a line art. The initial efforts have helped to recognize lines, but still the model has to improve a lot with shadows and clothes. All my efforts are to improve the model and make line art a click away.



APDrawing dataset

Anime sketch colorization pair dataset

APDrawing data set consits of mostly close-up portraits so the model would struggle to recogonize cloths,hands etc. For this purpose selected images from Anime sketch colorization pair were used.

Going Forward

I hope I was clear, going forward would like to improve the model further as it still struggles with random backgrounds(I'm creating a custom dataset to address this issue). Cartoonizing the image was never part of the project, but somehow it came up and it did okay!! Still lots to improve. Ill release the cartoonize model when it looks impressive enough to show off.

I will be constantly upgrading the project for the foreseeable future.

Getting Started Yourself

The easiest way to get started is to simply try out on Colab:

Installation Details

This project is built around the wonderful Fast.AI library.

  • fastai==1.0.61 (and its dependencies). Please dont install the higher versions
  • PyTorch 1.6.0 Please don't install the higher versions


Getting great output depends on Lighting, Backgrounds,Shadows and the quality of photos. You'll mostly get good results in the first go but there are chances for issues as well. The model is not there yet, it still needs to be tweaked to reach out to all the consumers. It might be useful for "AI Artisits/ Artists who can bring changes to the final output.

The model confuses shadows with hair, something that I'm trying to solve.

It does bad with low quality images(below 500px).

I'm not a coder, bear with me for the bad code and documentation. Will make sure that I improve with upcoming updates.


Get more updates on Twitter

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The code is inspired from Fast.AI's Lesson 7 and DeOldify (, Please have look at the Lesson notebook (

Thanks to ( for the amazing dataset.

Sounds Intresting,let's get to the pictures!!



Click on the below image to know more about colab demo, credits to Bhavesh Bhatt for the amazing Youtube video.

Exciting update

Download Details:

Author: Vijishmadhavan
Source Code: 
License: MIT license

#machinelearning #python #ai #deeplearning #coding 

ArtLine: A Deep Learning Based Project for Creating Line Art Portraits
Joseph  Norton

Joseph Norton


Full Stack Development - Full Course in 10 Hours

Full Stack Development Full Course In 10 Hours | Full Stack Web Development Course

This full-stack web development course video will cover various technologies used in application development. We will cover in-depth concepts of all the tools to become a successful full-stack developer.

#fullstack #html #css #javascript #node #python #php #programming #developer #programmer #coding #softwaredeveloper #computerscience #webdev #webdeveloper #webdevelopment 

Full Stack Development - Full Course in 10 Hours
Brooke  Giles

Brooke Giles


Python Programming for Beginners - Full Course in 10 Hours

Learn Python Programming in this full course for beginners. You'll learn: Python Installation, Object-oriented programming, Type Hierarchy, Operator Precedence, Conditional Statements, Iterators, Modules, Packages, Generators, List Comprehensions, Regular Expression, Serialization, Closures & decorators, and more

Python Full Course | Python Tutorial For Beginners | Python Programming

This Python programming full course video will cover all the basics to advanced concepts of Python programming. This Python Full Course contains real-life examples and in-depth, hands-on demos.

  • Introduction
  • Python Installation
  • Object-oriented programming concepts
  • Python project
  • Type Hierarchy
  • Operator Precedence
  • Conditional Statements
  • Iterators, Modules, Packages, Generators
  • List Comprehensions
  • Regular Expression
  • Serialization 
  • Closures & decorators

What is Python?

Python is a high-level object-oriented programming language developed by Guido van Rossum in 1989 and was first released in 1991. Python is often called batteries included language due to its comprehensive standard library. A fun fact about Python is that The name Python was taken from the popular BBC comedy show of that time, "Monty Python's Flying Circus." Python is widely used in data analytics, machine learning, and web development these days. Python allows you to write programs in fewer lines of code than most programming languages. Python as a programming language is growing rapidly. It's the right time to get trained in Python.

Following are the standard or built-in data types of Python: 
1. Numeric data types
2. Text data type
3. Sequence data type
4. Mapping data type
5. Set data type
6. Boolean data type
7. Binary data type

#python #programming #developer #programmer #coding #softwaredeveloper #computerscience #webdev #webdeveloper #webdevelopment #datascience #machinelearning #deeplearning #ai #artificialintelligence 

Python Programming for Beginners - Full Course in 10 Hours
Saurabh Kumar

Saurabh Kumar


How to add robots.txt to Next.js Application

#next  #JavaScript #coding #programming 

What Is A Robot.Txt File?

Webmasters build robots.txt files to instruct web robots (typically search engine robots) on how to crawl pages on their domain. The robots.txt file is part of the robots exclusion protocol (REP), which is a collection of online rules that regulate how robots navigate the web, access and index content, and serve it to humans. The REP also includes meta robots directives and page-, subdirectory-, or site-wide instructions for how search engines should understand links (such as "follow" or "nofollow").

Including a robots.txt file in your Next.js application.
Previously, you had to build a server.js file as well as a new path pointing to the robots.txt file. But not in the latest edition! You can store your robots.txt file in the public directory in the most recent version of Next.JS. The public directory is meant to take the place of the static directory.

At the root domain level, everything in the public directory will be viewable. As a result, the URL for the robots.txt file would be /robots.txt rather than /public/robots.txt.

If you want to learn more about how to add a robot.txt file in next.js  then visit our blog for a step-by-step explanation.

Saurabh Kumar

Saurabh Kumar


What Is The Difference Between Synchronous Vs Asynchronous In Node.js

#node #javascript #coding #programming 

Synchronous and asynchronous are two different programming paradigms that can be used to write code in Node.js. In this blog post, we'll take a closer look at the differences between synchronous and asynchronous code, and when it's best to use each approach.

What is Asynchronous?
Every instruction in the code executes sequentially after waiting for its predecessor to do so, as we saw in the synchronous code example. Because of the nature of synchronous programming, crucial instructions might occasionally get delayed by some earlier instructions, which delays the user interface. Asynchronous code execution enables the quick execution of subsequent instructions and avoids blocking the flow of execution due to earlier instructions.

What is Synchronous?
Because synchronous code stops the application until all the resources are accessible, it is often known as "blocking."
Synchronous execution usually uses to code executing in sequence and the program is executed line by line, one line at a time. When a function is called, the program execution waits until that function returns before continuing to the next line of code.

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Rupert  Beatty

Rupert Beatty


C4iOS: Code, Creatively


Code, Creatively.

C4 is an open-source creative coding framework that harnesses the power of native iOS programming with a simplified API that gets you working with media right away. Build artworks, design interfaces and explore new possibilities working with media and interaction.

Built on top of Swift, C4 puts the power of UIKit and Core Animation at your disposal, allowing you to create inventive digital interactions with far less time and effort. Plus, you get all the interactivity, fun and expressiveness of Swift. Your apps will run lightning-fast.

The API of C4 is simple and streamlined allowing beginners to get into programming very easily. For seasoned developers, C4 can be dropped into any existing project with as little effort as linking any other native framework. With C4, you’ll save a ton of time when working with interactions, animation and media.


C4 brings your ideas to life by allowing you to focus on experimenting, designing, visualizing and building rather than on learning low-level technologies. Objects are consistent and intuitive—they all essentially work the same way. C4's language has been designed to be as simple and expressive as possible.

For example, C4 compresses the access of properties:

let m = movie.width

Instead of this:

let m = movie.frame.size.width

Animating both view and property changes in C4 is much cleaner, and looks like this:

ViewAnimation(duration: 0.5) { =
  shape.lineWidth = 5

Whereas using UIKit + Core Animation you'd have to do something like this:

UIView.animate(withDuration: 0.5) { =

CATransaction.setValue(0.5, forKey: kCATransactionAnimationDuration)
if let shapeLayer = v.layer as? CAShapeLayer {
    shapeLayer.lineWidth = 5

C4 takes advantage of all of Swift’s modernity: closures, tuples, generics, interaction, structs, error handling. And, YES, you can even do this:

let bananaName = "Jimmy".banana

Check the Swift Overview for more.

Easy To Learn

Through both its simplified API and consistent objects, C4 is incredibly easy to learn compared to the frameworks it’s built upon: UIKit, Core Animation, etc. C4’s language has been designed to make it easy for both novice and experienced programmers to pick up and use right away.

Well Supported

The C4 team has always been highly committed to publishing excellent documentation, examples and tutorials for learning how to program with C4.

The current release of C4 also includes a full end-to-end tutorial that will walk you through the design, creation and publication of a full-blown app: COSMOS

Get COSMOS from the App Store

Build COSMOS from start to finish

We’re currently converting over 200 code examples and 30 tutorials to C4's new modern syntax. These examples and tutorials (coming soon) guide new users through core concepts and provide seasoned developers with the reference they need to keep up the pace.


Originally based on Objective-C, C4 now takes entire advantage of the Swift programming language — which itself was built to be fast and powerful. Where Swift has been tuned to make intuitive, natural coding perform best, the guts of each component in C4 — every class, every method and every structure –  make that performance sing.

Through C4 you are able to work with media, animations and interactions in a way that dissolves the differences between the many frameworks you need to create beautiful user experiences. It seamlessly combines many important components of UIKit, Core Animation, Core Graphics, AVFoundation and QuartzCore.


C4 is built for anyone who wants to build beautiful user experiences for iOS and has been designed to reach an incredibly broad set of possible uses. This flexibility is one of the most important aspects of C4, demonstrating its strength across a variety of different use cases and disciplines.

C4 has been used for:

  • Prototyping
  • Mobile Applications
  • Data Visualization
  • Interactive Artworks
  • Computational Design Education
  • Communication Design
  • Print Design


Simplicity is a major accomplishment for C4. Across the board, C4 is simple to learn, to use, to read and to adopt. C4 reduces the amount of code you need to the most powerful essentials.

Take movies, for example. Instead of needing to AVQueuePlayer, AVPlayerItem, navigating asset tracks and learning how to load files through NSBundle, you only have to create a movie from its file name and add it to the canvas:

func setup() {
  let movie = Movie("halo.mp4")

Using UIKit + AVFoundation, you'd have to construct the movie object from scratch like this:

func viewDidLoad() {
  guard let url = Bundle.main.url(forResource: "halo.mp4", withExtension: nil) else {
      fatalError("File not found")

  let asset = AVAsset(url: url)
  let player = AVQueuePlayer(playerItem: AVPlayerItem(asset: asset))
  player.actionAtItemEnd = .pause

  let movieLayer = AVPlayerLayer(player: player)
  movieLayer.videoGravity = .resize

  let tracks = asset.tracks(withMediaType: .video)

  let movieTrack = tracks[0]
  let size = movieTrack.naturalSize

  movieLayer.frame = CGRect(x: 0,y: 0,width: size.width,height: size.height)

… And a whole lot more.

Open Source

C4 is an open-source project licensed under the MIT License. It can be used freely in educational, artistic and even professional settings. The project is open to anyone who wants to contribute, and the project’s code, documentation, and process are completely available for you to read through, learn from and take advantage of. Ongoing commitment by our core team and other developers guarantees that C4 will be constantly updated and focused on user’s interests.


There are many ways to contribute to C4 and we really appreciate any contributions. It can be anything from better documentation to a brand new feature. To get started take a look at our Contribution Guidelines.


Join our Slack channel to ask for help, show off your app, suggest change, or just chat.

Download Details:

Author: C4Labs
Source Code: 
License: MIT license

#swift #coding #uikit #ios 

C4iOS: Code, Creatively
Brooke  Giles

Brooke Giles


Become a ReactJS Developer by Building 3 Apps in 8 Hours

Learn how to build and deploy 3 modern React API applications in 8 Hours. Become a ReactJS developer by building 3 applications: YouTube Clone Application, Fitness Exercises App, and Lyriks - an improved version of Spotify.

Welcome to the ultimate course, which will help you become a master of APIs by Building Real Industry Applications. In this compilation of videos, you'll build a Modern YouTube Clone Application, a professional Fitness Exercises App, and Lyriks - an improved version of Spotify.

This course is entirely beginner friendly. We’ll use the most in-demand technologies, such as React.js, Tailwind CSS, Redux Toolkit, Shazam API, and Geolocation API.

In this compilation of videos, you'll learn:
- Advanced React Best Practices, such as folder & file structure, hooks, and refs
- Advanced State Management of the entire application using React Context API
- You’ll learn how to create Modern User Interfaces using Tailwind CSS
- And most importantly fetching data from unlimited sources using RapidAPI
- Essentially, you'll become the master of working with APIs

Time Stamps 👇
00:00 Intro
00:04:56 YouTube Clone App
02:21:25 Fitness Exercises App
4:54:24 Spotify Clone App

⭐RapidAPI Extension - 
⭐RapidAPI - 

📚 Materials/References:
1️⃣ First Application - YouTube Clone App
⭐RapidAPI YouTube v3 - 
GitHub Code (give it a star ⭐): 
GitHub Gist Code Snippets: 

2️⃣ Second Application - Fitness Exercises App
⭐RapidAPI ExerciseDB - 
⭐RapidAPI YouTube Search - 
GitHub Code (give it a star ⭐): 
Styles & Other Code: 

3️⃣ Third Application - Spotify Clone App
⭐RapidAPI Shazam Core API - 
Starter Code: 
GitHub Code (give it a star ⭐): 

#react #api #javascript #programming #developer #programmer #coding #softwaredeveloper #computerscience #webdev #webdeveloper #webdevelopment 

Become a ReactJS Developer by Building 3 Apps in 8 Hours
Justen  Hintz

Justen Hintz


How to Use FL Studio to Produce Music

Lean how to use FL Studio to produce music in this complete course for beginners. FL Studio is a complete software music production environment. It features a graphical user interface with a pattern-based music sequencer.

Music Production with FL Studio – Full Tutorial for Beginners

⭐️ Contents ⭐️
(0:00:00) Chapter 1: Virtual Instruments 
(0:04:35) Chapter 2: Melodies and Chords 
(0:30:52) Chapter 3: Using Patterns 
(0:36:40) Chapter 4: Using Samples
(0:47:02) Chapter 5: Layering and Arranging
(1:00:12) Chapter 6: Leveling
(1:05:54) Chapter 7: Adding to the song
(1:42:55) Chapter 8: Mixing + FX
(1:58:21) Chapter 9: Automation
(2:07:07) Chapter 10: Mastering + Exporting

🔗 FL Studio: 

Sample Packs: 

#programming #developer #programmer #coding #softwaredeveloper #computerscience 

How to Use FL Studio to Produce Music

Using Python for Web Development

Learn the basics of using Python for web development in this crash course. Through a series of short projects, you will learn about a variety of concepts such as APIs, SQL Databases, Virtual Environments & more.

Python for Web Development – Crash Course [API, SQL Databases, Virtual Environment, Flask, Django]

⭐️ Course Contents ⭐
️⌨️ (0:00:00) Intro 
⌨️ (0:01:15) SQL In Python
⌨️ (0:17:08) APIs In Python
⌨️ (0:26:38) Classes and Objects In Python
⌨️ (0:40:00) Web Scraping In Python
⌨️ (0:49:54) Virtual Environments
⌨️ (0:52:26) Flask Setup
⌨️ (0:58:55) Django Setup
⌨️ (1:04:56) Django Calculator App

#python #programming #developer #programmer #coding #softwaredeveloper #computerscience #webdev #webdeveloper #webdevelopment 

Using Python for Web Development
Oral  Brekke

Oral Brekke


Best 7 Collaborative Coding Tools for Remote Pair Programming

Looking for a collaborative coding tool that will work with your remote team? We look at the best collaborative coding tools that will make remote pair programming easier and more productive for you and your team.

If you’re a programmer, you know that collaboration is key to success. And there’s no better way to collaborate than through pair programming. This type of programming allows two or more programmers to work together on the same code, sharing ideas and solving problems as they arise.

When the pandemic began, code collaboration tools lagged behind the polish we’d come to expect from other real-time teamwork apps. But things have come a long way in a short time, and there are more quality options than ever.

These tools will help you communicate and code effectively with your team, no matter where they are in the world. Plus, they’re all free to use!

What Is Remote Pair Programming?

Before we dive into the best collaborative coding tools, let’s first answer the question: what is remote pair programming?

Pair programming is when two or more developers work together on the same project. They help each other out and learn from each other. This can make the team more cohesive and also help to create a better product.

Remote pair programming is when two or more programmers work together on code remotely. This can be done online using a variety of different tools.

Learn more about how to start pair programming in our pair programming guide.

Benefits of Remote Pair Programming

There are many benefits to remote pair programming, including:

  • Increased productivity: Studies have shown that pair programming can increase productivity by as much as 15%.
  • Better code quality: When two or more people are working on the same code, there are fewer mistakes and errors.
  • Easier problem solving: Two heads are better than one! If you’re stuck on a problem, working with someone else can help you come up with a solution more quickly.
  • Better communication: Working closely with someone on code can help improve communication skills and make it easier to give and receive feedback.

What Are Collaborative Coding Tools?

Collaborative coding tools are apps or services that allow programmers to work together on code remotely. These tools offer a variety of features, such as real-time multiplayer editing, audio and video chat, and group debugging.

Several product categories could be described as collaborative coding tools.

  • Cloud IDEs: These are online code editors that allow you to write, edit, and debug code in your web browser. They’re great for collaborative coding because they allow multiple people to work on the same code at the same time.
  • Local IDEs: These are code editors that you install on your computer. They often offer more features and customization than cloud IDEs, but they tend not to be as convenient for collaborative coding because you have to configure additional tools or share your computer’s screen.
  • Code Sharing Tools and Playgrounds: These are websites and apps that allow you to share code snippets with others. They’re great for collaborative coding because they’re simple and easy to use.

There are also adjacent categories like code review tools that support code collaboration workflows. They’re great because they help improve the quality of your code. But we’ll leave apps for managing the meta-work around coding for another piece.

In this article, we’ll look specifically at tools that enable developers to collaborate on code online in real-time.

The Rise of the Cloud-based Development Environment

The lines between these product categories themselves are increasingly blurred.

Microsoft, for instance, has been making major investments in the developer experience of cloud-based developer tooling — and their investment is paying off. That means the capability gap between Visual Studio Code on your local machine and the GitHub Codespaces it can connect to are smaller with every release.

Today, Visual Studio Code users can easily choose to work locally or connect to cloud-based development environments, like GitHub Codespaces.

The resulting experience delivers the responsiveness and configurability of your local development setup with the flexibility and sheer computing power of cloud computing.

Microsoft in particular has invested in making cloud-based development environments a first-class developer experience, with collaboration tools to suit.

The Best Collaborative Coding Tools

So what makes a great collaborative coding tool? While reviewing the products on the market, these are the factors we found to indicate the best experience (and often the most forward-thinking one).

  • Multiple communication options (voice, video, text chat).
  • A true multiplayer experience. No inherent, opinionated restrictions on the number of collaborators (i.e., not just for pairs) or their ability to interact with the code based on opinionated pair programming workflows (driver/passenger, etc).
  • Full access to one’s usual local development environment and tooling. Great collaborative coding tools transcend traditional pair programming limitations and let both participants enjoy the setup they’re already comfortable with.
  • A fluid and responsive experience that doesn’t exacerbate the challenges of remote work.

A great collaborative coding tool should help us pair program remotely but offer flexibility for different collaborative use cases. It should aim to be a power tool that solves all your real-time code collaboration needs, not a one-trick pony.

Here are our picks for the best collaborative coding tools.

1. Visual Studio Live Share

Visual Studio Code Live Share

Live Share is installed as an extension and it works smoothly whether you’re running VS Code for desktop or the VS Code web client.

Live Share allows teams to collaborate on a shared codebase while maintaining the ability of each collaborator to navigate and work independently. While many code collaboration tools have traditionally been bound to the host’s perspective, Live Share allows each person to navigate files and make changes to code on their own terms.

Live Share can share your workspace, terminal, and local servers, and you can communicate over voice from within the tool. This is a polished option with other useful touches, like group debugging and a focus-and-follow feature that allows you to draw the attention of your collaborators. With a price tag of free, this choice is a no-brainer — particularly if you’re already a Visual Studio Code user.

While you’re at it, check out our Visual Studio Code power user’s guide and our VS Code extension recommendations for JavaScript developers.

2. CodeSandbox Live

CodeSandbox Live

CodeSandbox allows you to collaborate on your sandboxes with its Live feature.

Users can make a sandbox live and share the URL with collaborators. You can determine whether anyone can edit at will, or control who can edit at a given time (classroom mode). File changes, dependency changes, and selections are all kept up-to-date across sessions.

CodeSandbox has a robust free offering, and the $9/month Pro plan provides unlimited private sandboxes and support for private GitHub repos.

3. Codeanywhere


Codeanywhere is a browser-based development environment that aims to help you code from any device without friction — editor, terminal, revision tracking, and other features all included. Codeanywhere has a collaborative focus. For example: instead of having to zip up your project every time you want to share it (without adding someone to your private repo), you can generate a sharing link instantly.

The feature of interest here is Codeanywhere’s live pair programming. Like Live Share or Teletype, this promises a Google Docs style of document editing, with no limit on the number of collaborators. Another handy feature we know from Docs: click on your collaborator’s icon and you’ll be taken to the line they’re working on.

Codeanywhere will cost you anywhere from $2.50/month to $40/month, depending on plan tier and billing frequency.

4. CodeTogether

CodeTogether is a new contender in the space since the first edition of this article was published, and it is purpose-built to enable remote pair programming.

Most of the tools we’ve explored are built around a single editor, which limits their practicality given that editor choices are often not standardized across a team. CodeTogether is particularly appealing because it is available for Eclipse, VS Code, and IntelliJ-based IDEs. Participants can jump into a browser-based editor regardless of their personal editor preference, so CodeTogether works for a solid cross-section of users.

As with Live Share, CodeTogether participants can move about the project freely. Users can work on their own tasks independently, search across all shared projects, or choose to follow another user’s viewpoint.

Between its editor-agnosticism and collaborative flexibility, CodeTogether now looks like the best option for many real-world teams.

CodeTogether is free with a 60-minute session limitation. The Pro tier for individuals unlocks unlimited sessions from US$4/month.

5. CodePen

CodePen Collab Mode

CodePen Pro subscribers can access Collab Mode, allowing multiple users to edit a single pen at the same time. Only the owner of the pen needs to have a Pro subscription for this to work.

Each user’s changes, selections, and settings changes are reflected in Collab Mode, and there’s a live chat area built-in.

The pen’s owner can decide whether to save the changes, and collaborators can fork the results off into their own pens.

While you’re probably not doing your primary development out of a CodePen, this is a great way to run through a troubleshooting session with a friend or coworker, conduct interviews, or collaborate in other ad hoc situations.

CodePen Pro costs anywhere from $8/month to $39/month, depending on plan tier and billing frequency, and places collaborator limits on each of the three tiers: 2 people, 6 people, and 10 people respectively.

6. Teletype for Atom

Teletype for Atom

Teletype for Atom, an early entrant among real-time code collaboration tools, allows Atom users to share their workspace with team members.

While Live Share users can move around a project freely, Teletype is a little more host-centric. After the host opens a “portal”, their active tab becomes a shared workspace, and collaborators follow the host as they move between files. Teletype is well-suited to the pair programming use-case — with its driver and navigator model — but not as robust for all purposes as Live Share’s open-ended collaborative development environment.

7. Remote Collab for SublimeText

Remote Collab for SublimeText

Remote Collab brings virtual pair programming to SublimeText. Remote Collab is a barebones plugin, but if you’re invested in SublimeText it might do the trick for you.

Each session is bound to a particular document. Once the host has begun a session, collaborators just need the host’s IP address to join, and any changes made will be reflected across machines.

Wrapping It Up

It’s a great time to be a remote developer — there are a lot of solid tools out there for collaborating on code. We hope this helped you find the right one for you. If you’re struggling to narrow it down, though, we’d recommend Visual Studio Live Share for those committed to Visual Studio and Visual Studio Code, CodeTogether for mixed editor teams, and CodePen for ad hoc collaboration.

Now you’ve got your toolkit sorted, make sure you’re making the most out of pair programming with our in-depth pair programming guide by M. David Green, development workflow expert and author of Scrum: Novice to Ninja.

Original article source at:

#coding #tools #programming #visualstudio 

Best 7 Collaborative Coding Tools for Remote Pair Programming
Debbie Clay

Debbie Clay


Everything You Need to Know About cPanel Management & Administration

Learn cPanel Administration for beginners. Everything you need to know about cPanel management and Administration to efficiently manage web hosting servers.

Are you a fresher who is interested in Wordpress web development? or Are you getting started with wordpress web development? or Are you an existing Wordpress web developer with minimal experience? Then I would like to suggest you get a thorough knowledge of how a Cpanel account must be managed. wondering why? Because in the world of wordpress web development, Though one can build their websites locally on their PC, they need to host it on hosting servers for general people to access it. Therefore this signifies the importance of learning to manage your web hosting server using a human-friendly web-based interface. And this course teaches you all the important concepts of cPanel Administration not just theoretically but implementing practically leaving the least chances of getting stuck administering the cPanel account when you implement it on your own. what are you waiting for? Get started now!

The crucial aspect of managing the Wordpress Web Development project like a pro is being able to Manage your or your client's Cpanel Account. Under which you will be able to:

  •        Manage Files in File manager
  •        Create and Manage Email Accounts
  •        Create and Manage FTP Accounts
  •        Set-up Subdomains
  •        Setup 301 & 302 redirections
  •        Create Database users and assign roles
  •        Increase Max Upload limit

What you’ll learn

  •        You will learn to use cPanel File manager
  •        You will be able to upgrade and downgrade PHP Versions
  •        You will be able to manage and create Email accounts from Cpanel
  •        You will learn to Setup 301 & 302 Redirections
  •        You will learn to Create and manage FTP accounts from Cpanel
  •        You will be able to Set up Sub domains inside Cpanel
  •        You will learn to create MySQL users and assign users
  •        You will be able to increase Max Upload and Max Execution Limit

Are there any course requirements or prerequisites?

  •        Laptop/PC with normal Internet connection to watch and practice the course content

Who this course is for:

  •        Freshers who are getting starting with web development as their career
  •        For the wordpress web development Professional seeking in-depth knowledge of building a wordpress website
  •        Freelancers who wants to Manage Multiple wordpress web development projects Completely on their own.
  •        Anyone interested in wordpress web development and complete Cpanel Administration

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Everything You Need to Know About cPanel Management & Administration

Full Stack Web Development Full Course In 10 Hours

Full Stack Web Development Full Course In 10 Hours | Full Stack Web Developer Course 

This "Full Stack Web Development Full Course" video will help you understand and learn Full Stack Web Development technologies and concepts in detail. This Full Stack Web Development Tutorial is ideal for both beginners as well as professionals who want to master Frontend and Backend Web Development technologies. Topics covered in this Full Stack Web Development Full Course video:
00:00:00 Introduction
00:01:46 HTML
00:02:03 What is HTML?
00:02:45 Structure of HTML
00:03:38 HTML Editors
00:04:21 Writing a HTML program
00:05:14 Doctype Declaration
00:06:30 Elements
00:15:40 HTML Forms
00:30:55 CSS
00:30:54 What is CSS?
00:31:59 CSS Syntax
00:32:32 CSS Selectors
00:33:54 CSS Box Model
00:34:31 CSS Units
01:34:26 JavaScript
01:35:01 What is Javascript?
01:36:46 JavaScript Stats
01:37:34 What can JavaScript do?
01:38:58 JavaScript Framework
01:41:44 Top Websites Built Using JavaScript
01:42:10 Benefits of JavaScript
01:44:21 JavaScript Fundamentals
01:51:23 JavaScript Variables 
01:52:59 JavaScript Constants
01:52:58 JavaScript Data Types
02:03:31 JavaScript Objects
02:09:30 JavaScript Functions
02:12:38 JavaScript Conditional Statements
02:18:35 JavaScript Loops
02:27:36 JavaScript Switch Case
02:30:34 jQuery
02:34:21 Why use jQuery?
02:36:51 Getting started with jQuery
02:39:31 DOM
02:40:19 jQuery Selectors
02:47:58 jQuery Methods
03:20:58 jQuery Effects
03:36:46 jQuery UI
03:45:25 Angular
03:51:56 What is Angular?
03:56:44 Single Page Application
03:58:31 Angular 8: What's new?
04:02:03 Angular Project Setup
04:06:16 Writing the Angular First App
04:21:32 What is Typescript?
04:22:59 Integrating Ext CSS
04:32:53 Angular Components
04:55:38 Data Binding
05:06:51 Event Binding
05:25:20 Using Built-in Directives
05:44:37 React.js
05:45:57 Why ReactJs?
05:50:14 Introduction to ReactJS
05:53:39 Advantages of ReactJS
05:54:10 ReactJS Installation
05:59:37 RasctJS Fundamentals
06:00:17 JSX
06:04:30 React Components
06:09:12 React Props
06:11:49 React States
06:16:54 React Lifecycle
06:22:34 React Events
06:31:06 React Refs
06:38:47 React Keys
06:39:48 React Routers
06:52:14 Node.js
06:53:24 What is Node.js?
06:54:43 Features of Node.js
06:55:34 Node.js Architecture
06:57:27 NPM
06:58:58 Node.js Modules
07:01:04 JSON File
07:06:00 Node.js basics
07:08:12 Node.js Operators
07:10:21 Node.js Functions
07:11:42 Node.js Objects
07:12:34 Node.js File System
07:16:21 Node.js Events
07:27:11 Node.js HTTP Module
07:28:14 Express.JS
07:29:29 Node.js Demo
07:41:13 MEAN Stack Application
07:44:51 CRUD Operations
07:44:56 RESTful API
07:45:39 Contact List MEAN App
09:00:49 MERN Stack Applications
09:03:15 MERN CRUD
09:04:02 MERN Application To-Do List App
10:05:10 How to Become a Full Stack Web Developer?

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Full Stack Web Development Full Course In 10 Hours

How to Create Your Own Blog with HTML, CSS and Bootstrap

In this tutorial, you'll learn how to create your own blog with HTML, CSS and Bootstrap

In this course, we'll learn slowly how to start coding. We'll take time to explain how HTML and CSS are working by creating our own blog. What an amazing purpose! Step by step, this is what we are going to learn:

  •        Install our code editor,
  •        Learn how to use it,
  •        Create our first HTML file,
  •        Write our first HTML lines,
  •        Display elements such as title, text, images & videos,
  •        Linking HTML pages,
  •        Understand website architecture,
  •        Stylising our pages with CSS,
  •        Importing font families,
  •        Install and understand Bootstrap,
  •        Designing our entire blog with Bootstrap.

What is Bootstrap and why?

  •    Bootstrap is the most popular CSS Framework for developing responsive and mobile-first websites. It is a tool that is going to help us to create elements and design really fast! I want to show you how powerful is Bootstrap and how much time you can save with this amazing CSS framework.

What you’ll learn

  •        Create your own blog with HTML/CSS and Bootstrap
  •        Code your first HTML file
  •        Code your first CSS stylesheet
  •        Architecture of a website
  •        Link HTML pages between each other
  •        Insert text, images and videos
  •        Import Bootstrap and deal with grids and classes
  •        Create a custom font with Google Fonts

Are there any course requirements or prerequisites?

  •        none

Who this course is for:

  •        beginners

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How to Create Your Own Blog with HTML, CSS and Bootstrap
Riley Lambert

Riley Lambert


CSS Animation with Keyframes

Learn how to create animation using keyframes property of CSS. Other properties such as transition, transform will be further used to create animations. The course comprises with Text Animations, Button Animation, Image Animation, Gradient Animation, Slider Animation on text and Images Page Loading Animation any many more cool CSS Effects and Animations.

What you’ll learn

  •        CSS Animations

Are there any course requirements or prerequisites?

  •        Basic HTML and CSS

Who this course is for:

  •        Everyone who are in the field of web application development

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CSS Animation with Keyframes
Sean Robertson

Sean Robertson


HTML Tutorial for Beginners: Learn HTML in 2 Hours

In this tutorial we have prepared, basic HTML tags are explained. You'll learn basic HTML structure, linking between pages, creating and customizing lists, adding images, video and audio to our website.

The basis of creating a website is to know the HTML tags. The main structure of the website is created with HTML tags, and this main structure is combined with CSS, making it more attractive and beautiful.

It is not a problem for you if you are just starting out with web design. With what you will learn here, you can design a website according to the target audience. It is important that the images we use are suitable for the work we do. We can support our designs with pictures and colors. Because the effects of colors on human psychology are very great. It is possible to use magnificent associations of colors for mostly online sales and e-commerce sites. You can create sites such as social media websites, personal blogs, and news websites. You must first determine the project of the site you will build. Then you can continue with the corporate identity work and prepare the appropriate graphic works. After you prepare them, you can code the pages of the web design and after you finish the content management integration, you can move on to the testing phase. If all goes well, you can publish the website.

What you’ll learn

  •    HTML Tags
  •    Using Sublime Text
  •    Web Designing
  •    Table Usage

Are there any course requirements or prerequisites?

  •    Computer
  •    Sublime Text Software
  •    Basic Computer Knowledge

Who this course is for:

  •    For Those Who Want To Do Web Design

#html #programming #developer #programmer #coding #softwaredeveloper #computerscience #webdev #webdeveloper #webdevelopment 

HTML Tutorial for Beginners: Learn HTML in 2 Hours