Book Review Of The Day
Hello App Inventor!
Thursday 01 Oct
Author: Paula Beer and Carl Simmons
Audience: Kids and other beginners
Reviewer: Mike James
App Inventor is a much overlooked graphical language for creating Android apps. It is easy to use but not so easy you couldn't do with the help of a book.
Simple and Compound Interest - Time Is Money
In the second chapter of Janet Swift's e-book on using a spreadsheet to take care of your personal and business finances and we explore the idea of borrowing money for a specified rate of interest or earning interest on an investment.
Getting Started With jQuery - Advanced Ajax
So far in our exploration of jQuery we have used the "shorthand" Ajax methods. These are all implemented as calls the to the full jQuery ajax method and if you want to do anything slightly out of the ordinary then you need to make use of it directly. In this installment we look at controlling the request and sending data to the server
Useful Windows Screensavers - Including Windows 10
The screensaver is an example of a vestigial technology - it no longer serves its original purpose. However this doesn't mean it isn't useful in other ways and it is supported on all versions of Windows including Windows 10.