Category Archives: GBlog

GSM stands for Global System for Mobile communication. Today, GSM is used by more than 800 million end users spread across 190 countries which represents… Read More
In the previous blog post, we built starter app which Displays “GeeksForGeeks is Awesome!” text and learned some JavaScript code using React Native platform. But… Read More
Introduction: Twitter is a popular social network where users share messages called tweets. Twitter allows us to mine the data of any user using Twitter… Read More
Prerequisite : MongoDB : An introduction MongoDB is a cross-platform, document-oriented database that works on the concept of collections and documents. MongoDB offers high speed,… Read More
The Internet acts as a source of plethora of information to us and all we need to do, if we want any information is to… Read More
WannaCry is a type of ransomware that infected the National Health Service(NHS) and other organisations across the globe including government institutions in China, Russia, the… Read More
So you want to be able to build mobile apps for both Android and iOS. What should you learn?  The individual native languages for each… Read More
This article aims to explain how to perform the following operations on audio files using a linux terminal: Download a youtube video Convert Audio/Video files… Read More
This article aims to introduce the use of the python library: qrtools. This library can be used to both read QR codes and generate them.… Read More
In this article we will see, how can we play an audio file in pure java, here pure means, we are not going to use… Read More
RAPTOR(Rapid Algorithmic Prototyping Tool for Ordered Reasoning) is a free graphical authoring tool created by Martin C. Carlisle, Terry Wilson, Jeff Humphries and Jason Moore,… Read More
  Machine Learning: As discussed in this article, machine learning is nothing but a field of study which allows computers to “learn” like humans without any… Read More
Open Graphics Library (OpenGL) is a cross-language (language independent), cross-platform (platform-independent) API for rendering 2D and 3D Vector Graphics(use of polygons to represent image). OpenGL… Read More
This app helps in reminding birthdays and notifying you friend’s birthdays. This app uses Python and Ubuntu notifications to notify users on every startup of… Read More
The Knowledge Graph: Have you ever wondered how the Google knows about all the things we search for! It is just like we type our… Read More