ES6 dynamic Javascript loading with Jsdelivr CDN

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What is script-y

An experimental tiny lib (3kb) to load any JS library from jsdelivr.com dynamically based on the lib name. Specific version also supported. Project source is on Github

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The world of internet television (IPTV)

IPTV Meter

The era of Satellite is going to disappear very soon as we recently witnessing all these online television providers offering thousands of TV channels through subscriptions. These channels can be streamed through your smart TV, mobile phone,kodi/xbmc, personal computer and more.

On the other side a lot of websites are giving free links for some TV channels every now and then. But the question here, do they really work !
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Angular related data tree chart using d3

Angular d3 chart

What is the value of information if it’s not represented in a proper way. D3 is one of the powerful frameworks these days to visualize the information. Its a bit complex and learning curve is quit long but the result you will get is worth it.

Was working on some data visualization recently and I got the idea of why not making it reusable and someone else might use it.

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Binary search vs linear search using JavaScript 

Binary vs linear javascript comparison

Was reading recently about the different famous algorithms and was wondering what is the difference in performance between binary and linear search as the recent known by it speed for small number of items and for unsorted data.

So I implemented binary search algorithm in JavaScript (project in github) and used performance object to measure the elapsed time for x amount of objects and compare it to normal for loop for each item.
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How to use Iphone to write articles

Iphone dictation

I recently got my Iphone 6 plus, i really enjoy using it, iOS is smooth and able to handle different tasks easily. Usually i love to know all the hidden features in any new toy, so was doing some research about voice to text technology and where it reached in the last few years, i know most of the phones have this feature long time back but as far as I remember, it wasn’t quit good back then. Decided to test how it works on Iphone specially I’m using Siri a lot to do some daily tasks (reminders, search for content , get info about weather,currency).

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Dell Xps 9550 drove me crazy 

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Been planning to get a new laptop for quit sometime and found a good reviews on the Dell xps 9550. As a design the laptop looks neat as it has the same feeling like apple IMac. The processor is HQ 6700 2.6 which quit good for the type of work I do. Also it came with 16gb ram 2GB Nvidia and 4k display.

Everything looks smooth so far but the first problem I faced that the laptop comes only with USB 3.0 which need a specific build of your OS ISO image in order to make the UEFI recognize it. I used Rufus to create a bootable USB for UEFI which also compatible with USB 3.0.

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Restsharp Vs HttpClient performance benchmark

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Am always a big fan of Restsharp , been using it for long time now. Specially recently as most of the projects am working on involves Rest APIs.
The implementation is straight forward to make a call to an API and it supports Async calls as well.

Couple of days back found my self calling a Rest API with the normal HttpClient and it crossed my mind about making a small comparison regarding the performance for both of them.

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