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Behind Devices For The Blind

We all know that the partially seeing must have a hard time viewing things and obviously the fully blind can’t see at all, so how can they communicate with people or ask questions on Google for example? Well funnily enough a newly publicized/published company called InYourPocket has been set up to help they blind do just that, InYourPocket has been helping to make these basic things easy for the blind to do with new specially set up mobile devices that use the O2 network on a very cheap tariff so that they are easy accessible for everyone. InYourPocket is a brilliant partner of  Royal National Institute for Blind People (RNIB) making it a reputable company.

If you are interested go to the website by clicking here.

ReactJS and Behind It

ReactJS is a JavaScript library language created partly by Facebook for building user interfaces. It is maintained by  developers at Facebook and a community of individual developers and companies globally. React is not very well heard of however, some of the websites it is used on are. We’ll tell you a bit about ReactJS below…

React was created by Jordan Walke, a software engineer at Facebook who was influenced by XHP, a HTML component framework for PHP. It was first deployed on Facebook’s newsfeed in 2011 and later on Instagram.com in 2012. It was open-sourced at JSConf US in May 2013.

React Native, which enables native Android, iOS, and UWP development with React, was announced at Facebook’s React.js Conf in February 2015 and open-sourced in March 2015.

On April 18, 2017, Facebook announced React Fiber, a new core algorithm of React framework library for building user interfaces. React Fiber was to become the foundation of any future improvements and feature development of the React framework.

Although initially released in 2013, ReactJS is not well known to you unless you are a software developer.


We hope this helps 🙂

Behind The Inner Working’s Of Blogger

We have all heard of Blogger and most of us know that it is currently owner and developed by Google however, blogger was originally owned and operated by a company called Pyra Labs before the service was purchased by Google way back in 2003.

Blogger is used not just by consumers but some companies too and you may also find blogs ran using the service but under the domain name blogspot.com although the service using this domain is exactly the same.

Blogger is written in the Python language and was first launched on 23/08/1999. Although Blogger is still active its use is slowly dwindling and may therefore soon be shut down for good, unless Google do something drastic that is.


We hope you have learnt something by reading this post.

About The Product Serial Number

Nearly everyone has heard of and have seen a product serial number and most of us know that it is basically a product finger print that identifies them specifically however most don’t really know much about them, so in this post we’re going to tell you a bit about them.


A serial number is a unique, identifying number or group of numbers and letters given to an individual piece of hardware or software, passports, bank notes and other documents.

We’ll give you an example… A model number for a Samsung Galaxy S8 will always be Samsung Galaxy S8 and that’s true for every Samsung Galaxy S8 mobile phone therefore the model numbers are identical whilst each of their serial numbers is unique to a specific device.

If your item is stolen but you have got the serial number of that item it means that the police can log the serial number and they happen to come across the exact model as yours and they have reason to check it then they can take a look at the serial number and see if it matches the serial number that you provided them with when you reported that item lost or stolen, they are guaranteed that the item in their possession is yours meaning they can return it to you. So you can understand that even if it seems pointless it is in fact absolutely worth it.


You can see why the product serial number was a brilliant idea and is still used millions if not billions of times globally everyday.