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Let’s Learn JavaScript • Lesson 3 • Beginning JavaScript

📅 July 19, 2017
Continuing from the exciting Hello, Galaxy! HTML file we wrote in the previous lesson, let’s add some JavaScript to show a popup dialog and write text to the page.

 

 
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Change the Login Background in Linux Mint

📅 July 18, 2017
Linux Mint offers some of the best-looking wallpapers of any Linux distribution or operating system, but there are times when you might want to add your own images for display at the login screen.

Whether it be a matching theme or your favorite vacation pictures, you can share the joy and ensure every user will see your images during local login.

It’s easy!

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Let’s Learn JavaScript • Lesson 2 • Basic HTML 5

📅 July 14, 2017
Client-side JavaScript requires a knowledge of HTML, so this lesson will focus on building a minimal HTML 5 file that we can use for writing JavaScript.

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Let’s Learn JavaScript • Lesson 1 • Introduction

📅 July 13, 2017
Have you ever entered text in a search engine and noticed suggested results appear as you type? That’s JavaScript.

Have you scrolled through a web page of images and observed new images added to the page as you scroll towards the bottom of the page? That’s JavaScript.

 

Have you watched forms display a red border or error message as you finished entering a credit card number? That’s more JavaScript.

Have you ever thrown up your hands in anger as annoying popups littered your desktop with mind-jarring, blinking ads accompanied by new browser windows that expand to fullscreen in order to advertise an online survey? That, too, is JavaScript.

JavaScript is a programming language that produces dynamic web pages. If you have ever wanted to learn how to perform this mysterious magic in JavaScript, then here is the first lesson that introduces the background of this fun language.

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Linux Hardware – How Well Has It Performed? Part 2

📅 July 3, 2017
Here are three more items that have stood the test of time:

Let’s compare how well they have performed over time with Linux.

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Linux Hardware – How Well Has It Performed? Part 1

📅 June 30, 2017
How have past hardware devices held up over time when used with Linux?

Time proves what works and what does not. Having used a variety of hardware with Linux, do these devices still perform today?

Here are a few devices that I have used used along with a few comparison notes between then and now.

 

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Speed Up Linux Boot by Disabling Services

📅 June 19, 2017
What’s this? You installed Linux to a speedy M.2 NVMe SSD but boot times are not as fast as expected?

It might be a software issue. When Linux boots from power on, it runs a number of services before you ever see the login screen. Some of these services have timeouts and increase delays. Other services might be completely unnecessary, but they are loaded during boot anyway.

By disabling unneeded services, the Linux boot time can be reduced by a few seconds.

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