Let’s Compare: Google Jamboard and Microsoft Whiteboard

A traditional whiteboard has been an integral part of meeting rooms and classrooms since the mid-90s and since then it has made planning and sharing ideas, collaborating and working as a team simple. As of today, there are some software readily available that help you plan your group projects and collaborate with other professionals and team members even when they live in a different city. Today, we have two such software under our scanner – Google Jamboard and Microsoft Whiteboard.

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Let’s Review : Dark Reader

If you are a fan of dark mode in all apps and devices you use, chances are you have also applied a dark theme in your favorite browser. Unlike Microsoft’s Edge browser, Google Chrome does not come with a native dark mode and such themes can help solve the matter. But they still do not darken the actual browsing view, leaving it out to the website’s developer to have a dark mode built in, for example, YouTube. This is where Dark Reader comes to the rescue by intelligently inverting colors to the darker side as you browse the web. But how does it fair with the most popular sites out there and what features does it offer? Read on to find out.

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Let’s Review : hike 6.0

Instant messengers are an integral part of our life and are also one of the most challenging platforms to build. We have previously reviewed Telegram X and explored all ins and outs of it. Today, we put another popular messenger under the scanner and review hike 6.0, which was released by Hike Private Limited on 31st December last year and has managed to bag over 10,000,000+ installs on the Google Play Store in just over a week.

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Websites vs Web Applications

As a beginner web developer, you may be wondering if your web project qualifies as a web application. Traditionally we grew up using applications (apps) on our smartphones and PCs which do not require a browser to run. Still we find many instances online where a website, that we access and use through a web browser like Google Chrome, is regarded as a web app.

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