Free Online Multisport ScoreBoard

Tracking sport event statistics and displaying the score has never been easier. With the new online scoreboard you don’t need an expensive equipment to count the score anymore. All you need is a laptop and a projector or a big screen to display the score and measure the time. The web-based online scoreboard can be customized to many different sports.

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Share YouTube videos on Facebook with a large custom thumbnails

There’s a tough competition among video sharing platforms and obviously, Facebook doesn’t want to send their visitors over to YouTube. This is the reason why if you want to share a YouTube video it will only show a teeny-tiny thumbnail, along with a title and a short meta description. Not something that has a very effective click through rate.

In the other hand if you share a Facebook video, it not just shows large but it also starts to play automatically when your friends scroll through it on your timeline. It even loops the video, generating more views so Facebook can brag that they generate more views.

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What Can We Do to Protect Our Anonymity on the Internet

Nowadays, an increasing number of individuals, companies, and governments of different countries start worrying about how personal data of Internet users is consumed and how much privacy and anonymity are kept on the Internet. Today most of the information is available on the Internet and many people use smartphones to obtain it. Meanwhile, your gadget contains personal photos, addresses, and phone numbers, as well as information about bank accounts, social status, and health. Still, there is a direct threat that the smallest violation of safety standards can cause damage to the daily life of any person.

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Income Tax calculator with AngularJs

This post is a short tutorial about how easily you can build a tax calculator with the help of the old but powerful AngularJs.  (Please note: AngularJs is not the same as Angular) Yes I know, I’m talking about  Angular 1 (aka AngularJs), and Angular 5 has just been released, so who the heck is using AngularJs nowadays? Well, you’d be surprised how many companies are still using it: https://builtwith.angularjs.org/. This is the first article of the full tutorial, where we’ll outline the structure of the functions that will perform the calculations, and then in the next section we’ll take a more in-depth look at how these functions will perform the calculations in a nice harmony together and how they will render the results on the frontend.

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Cookie Consent warning strap with HTML-CSS-JS

We know there are many pointless, dumb laws out there that make no sense. The European Cookie Law is also annoying because you have to start by closing a popup every single time you visit a website. This law is a privacy legislation that requires sites to get consent from visitors to store or retrieve any information about them.

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HTML CSS JS Cheat Sheets

Today I’d like to present a free online tool that every web developer and designer should add to their bookmarks. The new free interactive HTML CSS JavaScript Cheat Sheets have gathered the most common code snippets and online tools. Each one of these languages has its own dedicated page which allows you to easily pick the code you’re looking for and to test it in the instant editor.

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