Tuesday, August 8, 2017

Top 2017-2018 Trending Online Learning Platforms

Top 2017-2018 Trending Online Learning Platforms
Top 2017-2018 Trending Online Learning Platforms 

Online Courses & ScreencastsProgramming Books (Free)
JavaScriptCode AcademyLearn StreetCode CombatCode AvengersEloquent JavaScriptJavaScript GuideSpeaking JSJS The Right WayOh My JSCanvassing
HTML & CSSCode AcademyDon’t Fear The InternetTutsplusLearn LayoutA to Z CSSDashWeb AccessibilityThe Hello WorldKhan AcademyHTML5 from ScratchMozillaDive into HTML520 Things I LearnedHTML DogHTML & CSSHTML5 for DesignersDOM EnlightenmentHTML Canvas
jQueryCode AcademyTutsplusCode SchooljQuery FundamentalsLearn jQuery
PythonCode AcademyGoogleLearn StreetPython TutorIHeartPYPython for You and Me,  Dive into PythonLearn Python the Hard WayThink PythonPython for FunTango with DjangoDjango
Ruby & Ruby on RailsCode AcademyTryRubyCode LearnRailscastsRubymonkLearn StreetWhy’s (Poignant) Guide to RubyLearn Ruby the Hard WayLearn to ProgramLearn Rails by Example
PHPCode AcademyPHP ProgrammingPractical PHP
Also see: How to Learn Regular Expressions (RegEx)
Google Apps ScriptGetting StartedOffice HoursGoogle Scripts ExamplesLearning Apps Script
WordPressTreehouseWordPress TV
Linux & Shell ScriptingStanford.eduExplain ShellConquer the Command Line
Node.jsNodetutsNode SchoolThe Node Beginner BookMixu’s Node bookNode Up and RunningMastering Node.js
Angular JSCode SchoolEgg HeadLearn AngularAngular JS TutorialThinking AngularAngular TutorialGetting Started (Adobe)
Also see: Learn Touch Typing & Code Faster
Git (version control)Code SchoolGit ImmersionGitHub TrainingUdacityPro GitLearn GitGists in Github
Objective-C (iOS & Mac)Code SchoolStanfordiTunesU
Chrome Dev ToolsCode SchoolDev Tools SecretChrome Dev Tools TutorialUdacityBuilding Browser Apps
Go LanguageGolang.orgGopherCastsProgramming in GoGo by ExampleLearning GoBuilding Web Apps with GoLearning Go
JavaLearn JavaCoding BatJava UdemyLearnerooProgramming in JavaThinking in JavaO’Reilly Learning JavaThink JavaJava & CSJava for Python Devs
Android App DevelopmentUdacity (Google Developers), CourseraThe New BostonGoogle UniversityApp Development EssentialsCode LearnApp Inventor (Visual)
D3 (data visualization)Data Visualization for the WebDashing D3D3 Tips & Tricks
Also see: Learn VIM, the text editor for programmers
SQL (Databases)SQL ZooSQL @StanfordEssential SQLSQL for NerdsIntro to SQLSQL BoltPHP & MySQL
Everything ElseUdacityedX.orgCourseraUdemy$Lynda$Pluralsight$Treehouse$Open ConsortiumOne Month Rails$

Friday, August 4, 2017

Best IDE for Machine Learning Programming

Today we are going to explore the new IDE's for Machine Learning. In 2017 Machine Learning skill's is on top of the skill people searching for and want to learn. Today we are going to list some of the IDE's and some best features they are providing to use in Machine Learning.

Best IDE for Machine Learning Programming
Best IDE for Machine Learning Programming 


JuPyter/IPython Notebook

  • It is open source.
  • It can support up to 40 languages, and it includes languages popular for data science such as Python, R, Scala, Julia, etc.
  • It allows one to create and share the documents with equations, visualization and most importantly live codes.
  • There are interactive widgets from which code can produce outputs such as videos, images, and LaTeX. Not only this, interactive widgets can be used to visualize and manipulate data in real-time.
  • It has got Big Data integration where one can take advantage of Big Data tools, such as Apache Spark, from Scala, Python, and R. One can explore the same data with libraries such as pandas, scikit-learn, ggplot2, dplyr, etc.
  • The Markdown markup language can provide commentary for the code, that is, one can save logic and thought process inside the notebook and not in the comments section as in Python.
Best IDE for Machine Learning Programming
Best IDE for Machine Learning Programming 

PyCharm

  • It includes creative code completion for classes, objects and keywords, auto-indentation and code formatting, and customizable code snippets and formats,
  • It shows on-the-fly error highlighting (displays error as you type). It also contains PEP-8 for Python that helps in writing neat codes that are easy to support for other languages.
  • It has features for serving fast and safe refactoring.
  • It includes a debugger for Python and JavaScript with a graphical UI. One can create and run tests with a GUI-based test runner and coding assistance.
  • It has a quick documentation/definition view where one can see the documentation or object definition in the place without losing the context. Also, the documentation provided by JetBrains is comprehensive, with video tutorials.
Best IDE for Machine Learning Programming
Best IDE for Machine Learning Programming 


Spyder

  • It is open source.
  • Its editor supports code introspection/analysis features, code completion, horizontal and vertical splitting, and goto definition.
  • It comes with Python and IPython consoles workspace, and it supports debugging runtime, i.e., as soon as you type it will display the errors.
  • It has got a documentation viewer where it shows documentation related to classes or functions called either in editor or console.
  • It also supports variable explorer where one can explore and edit the variables that are created during the execution of file from a graphic user interface like Numpy array ones.
Best IDE for Machine Learning Programming
Best IDE for Machine Learning Programming 


Rodeo

  • It makes it easy to explore, compare, and interact with data frames and plots.
  • The Rodeo text editor comes with auto-completion, syntax highlighting, and built-in IPython support so that writing code gets faster.
  • Rodeo comes integrated with Python tutorials. It also includes cheat sheets for quick material reference.
Best IDE for Machine Learning Programming
Best IDE for Machine Learning Programming 


Geany

  • Its editor supports syntax highlighting and line numbering.
  • It also comes with features like auto-completion, auto closing of braces, auto closing of HTML, and XML tags.
  • It includes code folding and code navigation.
  • One can build systems to compile and execute the code with the help of external codes.

Thursday, July 27, 2017

How to Enable Bluetooth in Web Apps

How to Enable Bluetooth in Web Apps
How to Enable Bluetooth in Web Apps 


Some prerequisites

  • HTTPS only: The API only works on pages served over HTTPS. Most privacy-sensitive web APIs are now switching over to the HTTPS-only model, and this one is no exception.
  • Requires user action: We want to make sure that the API doesn’t work in the background without the user knowing about it, which is why there is a prompt shown to user to choose which device to pair with. Additionally, we also don’t want sites to show up this prompt straightaway without any user interaction. That is why methods in this API only work when called in response to a user action (like responding to a click event).

Getting Basic Device Information

Let’s take a look at some code to figure out how to use this API to get some basic information regarding a BLE device.
Here is a very simple example, showing a button:
<button id="the-button">Try it</button>
…and the following JavaScript:
const button = document.querySelector('#the-button');
button.addEventListener('click', function() {
 navigator.bluetooth.requestDevice({
  filters: [{
   services: ['battery_service']
  }]
 }).then(device => {
  console.log('Got device:', device.name);
  console.log('id:', device.id);
 });
});
Ref- Opera Dev https://dev.opera.com/articles/web-bluetooth-intro/https://github.com/WebBluetoothCG/demos

Thursday, April 20, 2017

Free DOS Attacking Tools

Free DOS Attacking Tools

1. LOIC (Low Orbit Ion Canon)
LOIC is one of the most popular DOS attacking tools freely available on the Internet. This tool was used by the popular hackers group Anonymous against many big companies’ networks last year. Anonymous has not only used the tool, but also requested Internet users to join their DDOS attack via IRC.
It can be used simply by a single user to perform a DOS attack on small servers. This tool is really easy to use, even for a beginner. This tool performs a DOS attack by sending UDP, TCP, or HTTP requests to the victim server. You only need to know the URL of IP address of the server and the tool will do the rest.
Image 1: Low Orbit Ion Canon
You can see the snapshot of the tool above. Enter the URL or IP address and then select the attack parameters. If you are not sure, you can leave the defaults. When you are done with everything, click on the big button saying “IMMA CHARGIN MAH LAZER” and it will start attacking on the target server. In a few seconds, you will see that the website has stopped responding to your requests.
This tool also has a HIVEMIND mode. It lets attacker control remote LOIC systems to perform a DDOS attack. This feature is used to control all other computers in your zombie network. This tool can be used for both DOS attacks and DDOS attacks against any website or server.
The most important thing you should know is that LOIC does nothing to hide your IP address. If you are planning to use LOIC to perform a DOS attack, think again. Using a proxy will not help you because it will hit the proxy server not the target server. So using this tool against a server can create a trouble for you.

2. XOIC
XOIC is another nice DOS attacking tool. It performs a DOS attack an any server with an IP address, a user-selected port, and a user-selected protocol. Developers of XOIC claim that XOIC is more powerful than LOIC in many ways. Like LOIC, it comes with an easy-to-use GUI, so a beginner can easily use this tool to perform attacks on other websites or servers.
Image 2: XOIC
In general, the tool comes with three attacking modes. The first one, known as test mode, is very basic. The second is normal DOS attack mode. The last one is a DOS attack mode that comes with a TCP/HTTP/UDP/ICMP Message.
It is an effective tool and can be used against small websites. Never try it against your own website. You may end up crashing your own website’s server.
3. HULK (HTTP Unbearable Load King)
HULK is another nice DOS attacking tool that generates a unique request for each and every generated request to obfuscated traffic at a web server. This tool uses many other techniques to avoid attack detection via known patterns.
It has a list of known user agents to use randomly with requests. It also uses referrer forgery and it can bypass caching engines, thus it directly hits the server’s resource pool.
The developer of the tool tested it on an IIS 7 web server with 4 GB RAM. This tool brought the server down in under one minute.
4. DDOSIM—Layer 7 DDOS Simulator
DDOSIM is another popular DOS attacking tool. As the name suggests, it is used to perform DDOS attacks by simulating several zombie hosts. All zombie hosts create full TCP connections to the target server.
This tool is written in C++ and runs on Linux systems.
These are main features of DDOSIM
  • Simulates several zombies in attack
  • Random IP addresses
  • TCP-connection-based attacks
  • Application-layer DDOS attacks
  • HTTP DDoS with valid requests
  • HTTP DDoS with invalid requests (similar to a DC++ attack)
  • SMTP DDoS
  • TCP connection flood on random port
Read more about this tool here:http://stormsecurity.wordpress.com/2009/03/03/application-layer-ddos-simulator/

5. R-U-Dead-Yet
R-U-Dead-Yet is a HTTP post DOS attack tool. For short, it is also known as RUDY. It performs a DOS attack with a long form field submission via the POST method. This tool comes with an interactive console menu. It detects forms on a given URL and lets users select which forms and fields should be used for a POST-based DOS attack.
6. Tor’s Hammer
Tor’s Hammer is another nice DOS testing tool. It is a slow post tool written in Python. This tool has an extra advantage: It can be run through a TOR network to be anonymous while performing the attack. It is an effective tool that can kill Apache or IIS servers in few seconds.
Download TOR’s Hammer here: http://packetstormsecurity.com/files/98831/

7. PyLoris
PyLoris is said to be a testing tool for servers. It can be used to perform DOS attacks on a service. This tool can utilize SOCKS proxies and SSL connections to perform a DOS attack on a server. It can target various protocols, including HTTP, FTP, SMTP, IMAP, and Telnet. The latest version of the tool comes with a simple and easy-to-use GUI. Unlike other traditional DOS attacking tools, this tool directly hits the service.
8. OWASP DOS HTTP POST
It is another nice tool to perform DOS attacks. You can use this tool to check whether your web server is able to defend DOS attack or not. Not only for defense, it can also be used to perform DOS attacks against a website.
9. DAVOSET
DAVOSET is yet another nice tool for performing DDOS attacks. The latest version of the tool has added support for cookies along with many other features. You can download DAVOSET for free from Packetstormsecurity.
10. GoldenEye HTTP Denial Of Service Tool
GoldenEye is also a simple but effective DOS attacking tool. It was developed in Python for testing DOS attacks, but people also use it as hacking tool.

Tuesday, April 4, 2017

Top most used HTML Package in Atom Editor

Open Source people always work harder and we all are one like them. We always follow open source community and gain the knowledge as well as path to grow ahead. Main focus of our community is Give Best then old. So, here is the some of best HTML package which helps you develop faster web and mobile app.

Top most used HTML Package in Atom Editor

1. language-html

Adds syntax highlighting and snippets to HTML files in Atom. Originally converted from the HTML TextMate bundle. Contributions are greatly appreciated. Please fork this repository and open a pull request to add snippets, make grammar tweaks, etc.
https://atom.io/packages/language-html

2. html-to-css

Generates CSS boilerplate based on the selected HTML. Only cares about classes, ignores id's/other possible selectors. Supports CSS, SCSS, Sass, LESS and possibly other syntaxes. BEM support (actually, more like a BE support for now. Modifiers support will be added if needed) Configurable nesting, grouping and formatting. "Supports" JSX (recognizes the className attribute) Is forgiving (meaning it should work even with invalid HTML code)
https://atom.io/packages/html-to-css

3. autoclose-html

Under normal circumstances ending tags will be inserted on the same line for inline elements and with \n\t\n in between for block elements. This is determined by attaching an element of the given type to the window and checking it's calculated display value. You can use Force Inline and Force Block preferences to override this.
https://atom.io/packages/autoclose-html

Sunday, April 2, 2017

After Effect Top 5 Logo Templates

After Effect is the best tool to create an logo and impress your client with brand. So, are you ready to impress your client with best logo impression. Today, with top 5 After Effects intro templates free download and no plugins. It's are easy to use, fast to render and very well organized. There are many styles (3D, reveal, many texts, long…) exclusively on our site, you can use these templates in any sharing site videos (like YouTube intro) and can find more here or in Channel. Let's get started and out your first impression in your client mind.
After Effect Top 5 Logo Templates 


NoList of After Effect Templates for Logo
1Stylish
2Funky Opener
3Aqua Garden
4Head in the Clouds
5Grunge



1 - Stylish
Size: 0.5 MB
Duration: 00:00:08


2 - Funky Opener
Size: 0.4 MB
Duration: 00:00:17



3 - Aqua Garden
Size: 83 MB
Duration: 00:00:12



4 - Head in the Clouds
Size: 10 MB
Duration: 00:00:15



 5 - Grunge
Size: 0.9 MB
Duration: 00:00:13