I wanted to play around with game development the other day, so I looked around for a decent .NET Game Framework and decided to go with the MonoGame framework. After installing it, I used the MonoGame OpenGL template to create a project in Visual Studio. Unfortunately, the build failed with the "The type or namespace name 'Xna' does not exist" error, but fortunately, the solution was straightforward and is the focus of this post.
When we go through the Python installation steps on the Windows system, one of the steps asks us if we want to Disable path length limit. So what is it and should you disable it? What do you do if you forgot to disable it after installation? This step might also not show up at all. In this tutorial, we are going to learn why is this option sometimes skipped during the installation and how to enable it once Python has already been installed.
In this article, we'll install Python on Windows step-by-step. First, we'll examine what is included in the installer, then we will install it using default settings and after it is done, we are going to test if the installation was successful. Finally, we'll end the tutorial by making a simple hello-world Python program.
Rust is a general-purpose, somewhat new language, similar to C++ that compiles to a machine code. In this tutorial, we will first install Rust on the Windows system, then check to see if the installation was successful. Finally, we are going to create a hello world app using both the rustc command and cargo package manager.
Visual Studio Code or VS Code for short is a very popular, free, and open-sourced code editor. This post will walk you through the process of installing VS Code on Windows System. We'll also quickly talk about creating projects that will be used in Visual Studio Code.
Recently I needed a way to add multiple users with a Contributor role on a WordPress website. The added user would not have WordPress login access and would only be used to identify which articles they contributed to the website. The problem was that to add a user in WordPress, you need to also provide a unique email address not yet used by another user as duplicate emails are not allowed in WordPress.
This article will show how to add multiple users using the identical Gmail address without adding any code or using a plugin.
Recently I had to save a large number of links containing images from a website and clicking on each link that opened the image in the new tab and saving it took too much time, so I was wondering if there is a better and faster alternative to it. In both Chrome & Firefox, we have the "Save Link as" option in the context menu which makes it a bit faster, but there is also a keyboard shortcut available for it that really speeds up the task.