Top AI-Powered Video Editing Tools

Using videos can be a great method to communicate and promote your brand on various platforms. Videos are the most viewed content on social media platforms, like Instagram and Facebook.

Chrome is deploying HTTP/3 and IETF QUIC

QUIC is a new networking transport protocol that combines the features of TCP, TLS, and more. HTTP/3 protocol that carries the vast majority of Web traffic runs over QUIC.

The Typedef and using Keywords in C and C++

The typedef or “type definition” is a keyword in C or C++ Programming language that allows declaring different names for types such as int or char. It specifies that that the declaration is a typedef declaration rather than a variable or function declaration. In C/C++, any valid data type can be aliased so that it can be referred to with a different identifier.

Social media has changed in the past decade

Social media has become an obvious part of modern life, and the number of users who use social media daily increases every day. The 2010s changed the internet in ways that look like impossible at the time. Big players in social media today are Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Instagram, Snapchat and TikTok.

gRPC A high-performance, open source universal RPC framework

gRPC is a open source high performance RPC (remote procedure call) framework that can run in any environment. It can connect services in and across data centers with pluggable support for load balancing, tracing, health checking and authentication.

Lumberyard – Free Game Engine

Lumberyard is a free, cross-platform 3D game engine developed by Amazon Game Tech. It is based upon Crytek’s Cryengine. This AAA game engine is written in C++ and Lua. Lumberyard develops games for the PC, Mobiles and consoles i.e., Microsoft Windows, iOS, Android, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. The most prominent feature of the engine is its integration with AWS (Amazon Web Services) and Twitch. Lumberyard is designed for performance, modularity, and productivity.

Difference between char [] and char * in C?

The first statement puts the literal string “mycplus” in read-only memory and copies the string to newly allocated memory on the stack. The second statement is known as static string allocation and definition. This statement places the string  “mycplus” in the read-only parts of the memory and making p_name  a pointer to that string.