Codility lesson 1 - Binary Gap

There is many services where you can test your programming skills. Not so long time ago I found out about Codility which provides programming tests in many languages. It's built mainly to help companies with hiring new programmers by providing automated platform to check candidates programming skills.

Though platform also has a programmer section, where you can test your knowledge and problem solving abilities for free.

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Manipulating the browser history [HTML5]

Since the introduction of HTML5 it’s been possible to manage the browser history using the history and history.pushState API. It allows us to change the URL in the browser without the page refreshing. There are a lot of frameworks that already support the history and pushState API such as Backbone.js, Ember.js and Angular.js.

In this post, we’ll be looking at using the Browser push state without resorting to any framework. To do this we first need to have a way to check if the user has access to the history API.

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How to Deploy a Qt QML application on Mac [part 1]

When you have your application ready and you want to share your awesome product with the rest of the world, it is time to deploy – and the problems to begin. There are many ways to deploy an application but during the deployment process you are likely to face a lot of problems with dependencies and dynamically linked libraries.

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