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Browser history functioning and loopback gotcha

According to MDN,

The History interface allows to manipulate the browser session history, that is the pages visited in the tab or frame that the current page is loaded in.

But how exactly does the browser keep track of the visited pages?

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Animating Dots & Dashes

Using dashed-dotted-lines to create sweet and simple animations.

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SSH Into Private Machines

We can use SSH to access remote machines that are:

  1. running an SSH server/daemon
  2. publicly accessible

But it’s also possible to log into a private machine.

Let’s look at two cases:

  1. public -> private
  2. private -> private
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Docker and DC++

When I first started using Docker, I was unable to use LinuxDC++ (my DC++ client). I kept getting this pesky error.

Connect failed: No route to host

So I did what most of us would do in such a situation: purge and install. Nothing happened.

Then I went to the internet, asking for help. People suggested that there’s something wrong with my firewall config, that my iptables rules were messed up. But that wasn’t the case.

I installed other DC++ clients - EiskaltDC++, Valknut - hoping that there’s something wrong with my original client. But I was let down, yet again.

I thought to myself, maybe I don’t need docker.

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Weird phenomenon in Google Trends for ReactJS and AngularJS

Google Trends shows and compares how frequent particular terms were searched for in google. So like, it tells you how popular something is.

Being a JS enthusiast, I wanted to see how ReactJS fairs against AngularJS. This is the trends chart:

Each year since 2013, somewhere around 28th December, AngularJS falls quite a bit. And React goes up by a small, yet increasing, percentage.

As a simple google search didn’t yield any results, I now turn to the community.