Showing posts from April, 2016

For Loop In C#

In programming world, if we need to execute some function or statement again and again we need a loop. There are many types of loops in programming like for loop, while loop, do while loop. We will start off from for loop in this post and cover other loops in the following posts.

Switch Statement In C#

In our previous post, we learned about if-else statements. In this post we will discuss about switch statement which can also serve as a substitute to if-else in some scenarios.

If-Else Statement In C#

Decision making is one of the most important concept in any programming language. Since programming is all about making softwares that makes our lives easier and in real life we make many decisions. So we require something in programming that mimics this event. We have if-else and loops to handle scenarios like this.

Implicit and Explicit Conversions in C#

In this article, we will look into the conversions that are required when you assign a value of one data type to another data type. C# is a strongly typed language, it checks the data type of a variable when you assign a value to it. We will briefly describe implicit and explicit conversions.

Arduino Uno - Getting Started

Over the years, I have been into programming but I always wanted to work with hardware and somehow wanted to interact with it using my programming skills. I came across this Arduino and VoilĂ , I really liked working with it, thought to write articles on it and here I am to write my first blog post on Arduino Uno with JavaScript. Let's get started and jump right in with Hello World but in Electronics Style.

JavaScript To Read URL Properties Like Query String Using Window.Location

Did you ever faced problem fetching the query string parameters value at client side? If yes then we will introduce you to window.location which has all the information that can be understood using URL of your page. So let's get started