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Joomla: the basics about this open source CMS

Joomla – the open source CMS in profile

Over the past few years, Joomla has established itself as one of the most popular content management systems. This is thanks to its extensive basic functions and large number of extensions developed by the Joomla community. Its functions and design modifications give Joomla projects the crucial final flourishes and even enable you to run an online shop on this open source CMS.

Python tutorial

Python tutorial: Basics and tips for beginners

The Python programming language is not only versatile, it’s also relatively easy-to-learn. But that doesn’t mean you can only use this dynamic language for small-scale projects. It’s also great for large-scale projects, especially in the areas of machine learning and data science. In this Python tutorial, we’ll explain the basics of Python and provide tips on learning the language.

Introduction to netstat

Introduction to netstat: what is netstat and how does it work?

Various computer networks are connected with one another via the Internet. In order to build up such connections, both the sending as well as the receiving systems have to provide transfer interfaces, or ports. The command line program netstat allows you to find out which ports are opened by your own system and which active connections exist — all of this helps reduce the risk of undesired access...

Encryption software

Encryption software: A comparison of encryption tools

A good encryption software keeps your data secure. It enables you to easily protect a folder, hide hard drives, or sync encrypted data to a cloud, for example. Find out more information about recommended encryption tools and what they do, and get an overview of their advantages and disadvantages in our dedicated article.

The best alternative to OneNote

OneNote alternatives: A comparison of digital notebooks

Microsoft OneNote remains one of the most frequently used digital notebooks. Above all, the most impressive aspect is its structured, multifunctional layout. However, OneNote does not stand alone in the world of digital notebooks. Other programs offer similar, even broader functions, and are also compatible with more operating systems than Windows. We present you the best alternatives to OneNote.

Nextcloud apps

Nextcloud apps: The top ten for desktop and smartphone

From the communication tool Nextcloud Talk to the online notebook Nextcloud Notes to the mobile ingredient and recipe directory Cookbook, Nextcloud offers numerous apps for desktop and smartphones. Here you can find out which ten Nextcloud apps are currently the best, what features they offer, and for whom the individual apps are particularly suitable.

Free dynamic DNS providers: An overview

The best free Dynamic DNS service providers

You would like to access your home computer, but you don’t know how? Is your home network, for example, throwing a spanner in the works with constantly changing IP addresses? Dynamic DNS services (DynDNS) can help you here. Find out which DynDNS providers are among the best and what advantages and disadvantages you have with each of them in this overview.

IRC

What is an Internet Relay Chat (IRC)?

An IRC, short for Internet Relay Chat, is a chat system that allows you to communicate in writing with people anywhere in the world – in near real time. We will show you how to set up an IRC and what to bear in mind when using it. In addition, we’ll run through the advantages and disadvantages of an IRC, as well as some specific use scenarios.

Docker Container Volumes

Understanding and managing Docker container volumes

Software for managing containers makes working with Linux containers significantly easier. You can not only transfer files between containers but also save files from containers. This article shows you how you can effectively manage containers using Docker container volumes, including extensive Docker volumes examples.

Creating Docker Images

Creating Docker Images With Docker Commit and Dockerfiles

Once you have learned the basics of working with Docker, the next step is to learn how to create and save your own images. There are two ways to create a Docker image: manually using the `docker commit` command, or automatically using a Dockerfile.


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