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Not So Cool๐Ÿค’?… Learn App Development for free and publish your App๐Ÿค‘… And Become most popular in your school ๐Ÿ˜Ž

Are you a tech-savvy teenager who loves to stay updated with the latest tech trends and innovations? Do you want to take your passion for technology to the next level and learn how to develop your own apps? If yes, then brace yourself for an exciting journey of learning app development for free!

In this blog post, we will not only tell you how to learn app development step-by-step, but we will also give you some interesting tips and tricks to make the learning process more fun and engaging.

Step 1: Choose Your Platform
The first step is to choose the platform you want to develop for – iOS or Android. iOS is the platform for Apple devices, and Android is for Google devices. You can choose one or both platforms based on your interests and skills.



Tip: Before you make your decision, take some time to explore both platforms, learn about their differences, and see which one suits your style better.

Step 2: Learn the Programming Language
The next step is to learn the programming language for your chosen platform. For iOS, you need to learn Swift or Objective-C, and for Android, you need to learn Java or Kotlin.



Tip: Don’t just stick to traditional learning methods such as textbooks and online courses. Try to find some interactive tutorials, podcasts, or even videos to make the learning process more engaging and exciting.

Step 3: Start With Simple Projects
Once you have learned the basics, start with simple projects to build your skills. Build basic features such as buttons, text fields, and basic user interfaces. Start with simple apps like a calculator or a weather app, to begin with.


Tip: Don’t be afraid to experiment and think outside the box. Try to add some unique features to your app that make it stand out from the crowd.

Step 4: Join Online Communities
Join online communities such as GitHub, StackOverflow, and Reddit. These communities are full of passionate developers who are always ready to help and share their knowledge.



Tip: Join some online coding challenges and competitions to test your skills and compete with other developers.

Step 5: Take Online Courses
There are many free online courses available for learning app development. Some popular platforms include Udemy, Coursera, and edX. These courses can be a great way to learn more advanced topics and get hands-on experience.



Tip: Try to find some interactive courses that allow you to work on real projects and collaborate with other learners.

Step 6: Practice, Practice, Practice
The key to learning app development is to keep practicing. Try to build more complex projects as you gain more knowledge and skills. You can also try building apps for different platforms to expand your skillset.


Tip: Take some time to reflect on your learning journey and set some goals for yourself. Celebrate your achievements and learn from your failures.

Step 7: Publish Your App
Once you have developed an app, it’s time to publish it on the App Store or Google Play Store. This will give you valuable experience and feedback on your work. You can also showcase your app on your resume or portfolio, which can be very impressive to potential employers or clients.



Tip: Collaborate with other developers to promote your app and get more downloads. Attend some tech conferences and events to network with other professionals and learn about the latest tech trends.

In conclusion, learning app development for free as a teenager can be a fun and exciting journey. By following these steps and tips, you can not only learn the necessary programming languages and tools but also make some friends and connections in the tech world. So, let’s get started and unleash your creativity and innovation

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By Aviral Srivastava ๐Ÿ˜Ž

OpenAI’s GPT-3: Unleashing the Power of AI in Your Projects



If you’re a developer or someone interested in the field of artificial intelligence, you must have heard about OpenAI’s GPT-3 (Generative Pre-trained Transformer 3). It’s one of the most advanced language models out there, capable of generating human-like text in a wide range of styles and formats. In this blog, we’ll take an in-depth look at GPT-3 and show you how to harness its power in your projects.



What is GPT-3?



GPT-3 is a language model developed by OpenAI that uses deep learning techniques to generate text. It’s been trained on a massive amount of text data, allowing it to learn the patterns and relationships between words and phrases, and generate text that’s similar to human writing.



How does GPT-3 work?



GPT-3 uses a transformer architecture, which is a type of neural network that’s specifically designed for natural language processing tasks. The model is trained using unsupervised learning, where it predicts the next word in a sentence based on the context of the previous words. Once trained, the model can then generate text in a wide range of styles and formats, from news articles to poems, and even code.



Step-by-Step Tutorial: Using GPT-3 in Your Projects



Using GPT-3 in your projects is relatively straightforward, and in this section, we’ll show you how to get started.

Step 1: Sign up for an API key

To access the capabilities of GPT-3, you’ll need to sign up for an API key from OpenAI. You can do this by visiting the OpenAI website and following the instructions.

Step 2: Choose a development platform

There are several development platforms that you can use to access GPT-3, including Python, JavaScript, and more. Choose the one that you’re most comfortable with.

Step 3: Use the OpenAI API

Once you have an API key, you can use the OpenAI API to access the model’s capabilities and start generating text. There are several libraries available that make it easy to access the API, including the OpenAI GPT-3 Python library.

Step 4: Experiment with different parameters

The OpenAI API allows you to customize the generated text by specifying different parameters, such as the length of the text, the tone, and more. Experiment with different parameters to see how they affect the output.

Step 5: Integrate GPT-3 into your project

Once you’ve familiarized yourself with the OpenAI API and have a good understanding of how it works, you can start integrating GPT-3 into your project. Whether you’re building a chatbot, a language translation tool, or a content creation platform, the possibilities are endless.


Examples of GPT-3 in Action


To help you get a better understanding of what GPT-3 is capable of, let’s take a look at some examples of how it’s been used in the real world:

Generating Poetry: GPT-3 can generate poems in a wide range of styles, from classical sonnets to modern free verse.

Writing Articles: GPT-3 can write articles on a wide range of topics, from current events to scientific discoveries.

Creating Chatbots: GPT-3 can be used to build chatbots that can have natural language conversations with users, answering questions and providing information

Even this blog is generated from GPT-3!!

For more, Stay Connected ๐Ÿ™‚

~ sriaviralnarain@gmail.com โœ‰๏ธ

Learn C programing language in one shot! 100% guarantee that you will learn all the basics in just I go!!!!

Sure, I’d be happy to help you learn the C programming languagel C is a popular and powerful programming language that is used for a wide range of applications, including operating systems, device drivers, and embedded systems. It is known for its efficiency and flexibility, as well as its ability to interface with low-level hardware.

Here are some basic concepts that you’ll need to understand as you start learning C

1. Variables: Variables are used to store data in a program. In C, you must declare the type of a variable before you can use it. For example, you might declare an integer variable like this: int x;”.

2. Operators: C supports a variety of operators that allow you to perform arithmetic, logical, and bitwise operations on variables. For example, you can use the + operator to add two numbers, the

`&& operator to perform a logical AND operation, and the >> operator to shift

bits to the right.

3. Control structures: C has several control structures that allow you to specify the flow of control in your program. These include if statements, “for loops, and “while loops.

4. Functions: Functions are blocks of code that can be called from other parts of a program. You can define your own functions in C, or you can use functions from libraries that are provided by the system.

5. Pointers: Pointers are variables that store the address of another variable in memory. Pointers are an important concept in C, and they are used for many purposes, including dynamic memory allocation and function pointers.

These are just a few of the basic concepts that you’ll need to understand as you start learning C. With practice and study, you’ll be able to master these concepts and more as you continue your journey in programming.

Senior journalist Ravish Kumar resigns from NDTV

Ravish Kumar, a winner of the Ramon Magsaysay award, used to host a number of programs including the channelโ€™s flagship weekday show Hum Log, Ravish ki Report, Des Ki Baat, and Prime Time.

Senior journalist Ravish Kumar on Wednesday quit NDTV, a day after the channelโ€™s founders and promoters Prannoy Roy and Radhika Roy resigned as directors on the board of RRPR Holding Private Limited (RRPRH).

In an announcement through an internal mail within the channel, NDTV said that the resignation was effective immediately.

Suparna Singh, president, NDTV Group said, โ€œFew journalists have impacted people as much as Ravish. This reflects in the immense feedback about him; in the crowds he draws everywhere; in the prestigious awards and recognition he has received, within India and internationally; and in his daily reports, which champion the rights and needs of those who are under-served.โ€

Ravish has been an integral part of NDTV for decades, Suparna said, adding that his contribution has been immense, and โ€œwe know he will be hugely successful as he embarks on a new beginningโ€.

Kumar, a winner of the Ramon Magsaysay award, used to host a number of programs including the channelโ€™s flagship weekday show Hum Log, Ravish ki Report, Des Ki Baat, and Prime Time. He has also been conferred with the Ramnath Goenka Excellence in Journalism Award twice.

Prannoy Roy and his wife Radhika Roy resigned as Directors on the Board of RRPR Holding Private Limited, the company said in a regulatory filing on Tuesday. The board of RRPR Holding has approved the appointment of Sudipta Bhattacharya, Sanjay Pugalia and Senthil Sinniah Chengalvarayan as Directors on its board with immediate effect.

This move came after the Gautam Adani-led Adani Group, a conglomerate with diverse business interests, acquired 29.18 per cent stake in television channel NDTV Ltd on August 23 and said it would launch an open offer as required by the Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) to buy another 26 per cent in the company. On November 22, the Adani Group launched its open offer, which is to remain open until December 5, 2022

Increase battery life of your devices

  • These are some most basic and frequent point…just sufficient
  • Charge the battery to approximately 80% of capacity, and use till 20%
  • Before removing battery, switch off the device.
  • Try to avoid removing untill it’s very necessary.(recommend only for frequently used devices like laptop, table, Phone etc)
  • If it becomes extremely hot, switch it off immediately until it becomes normal.
  • If temperature is frequent issue in your device, if it’s still hot, then it is a issue related to cyber security…..and if it get normal after restarting, and get hot again and it’s frequent for your device, see a professional…..

And that’s all!!!!

If your phone don’t get cooler after switching it off, you can contact me, as your device may be hacked!

sriaviralnarain@gmail.com
Aviral Srivastava

Learn Programming At Your Own!

It’s my guarantee!!!!!!

Can you really learn how to develop apps and websites?

Many would say NO! It’s not a cakewalk….

But let me know you that it’s really a cakewalk!!!! If you try to learn it without any coach…..

Ya, I m not joking….. It’s comparative hard to learn under a coach online, than learning online at your own, just needed your consistency, dedication and know what to learn exactly.

I don’t know whether you are dedicated and will follow it constantly, but I can tell what to learn exactly…..

So, Let’start

How to start?

The first question arise before starting something that how to start?

So, just take your PC (I will try to write a separate blog for android users) and open browser, now search “what is coding” go to any website whose title seems to be relevant and exact…… Now you have idea about coding, now search “streams in programing” choose one which you think you want….

Now search about that particular, gather information about it from different sites, try to get all about it, just by searching it on Google, see what are popular searches about it in Google…… Really, you need dedication here, without that you can’t do it!

See what are required skills and language for that…..

Now…..

How to learn?


Prerequisites: to continue reading, first complete all the tasks written above.

I hope you completed all tasks above, Now I can confidently say that You have started, you know what you are going to learn, but now, how to learn?

So, just simply search it on Google, how to learn app development (for example)

Just choose any website relevant to search…

Read thoroughly, understand what it’s saying, make a path map in your mind….to learn it….

Now, download required softwares….

See the syntax of programming language, copy paste codes from different sites and see their output, try to understand significance of every particular line of code….. Search about that language and codes, see what are the codes are used in that……

Start whatever you can program and keep practicing!

What Next????

Prerequisites: to continue reading, first complete all the tasks written above.

Continue reading “Learn Programming At Your Own!”

Social Trap!

This image is beautiful!

Isn’t it?

Live in the moment, not in the cloud!

Someone

Ya, it’s very true that we are in a trap of Web!

A web which is created with some protocols!

Here, web isn’t WWWeb, it’s web of some traps created by entrepreneurs, who are very successful!

They trap us by showing the importance of trap, and even when we are in trap, they continue to tell us that ” this trap is a place where everyone is trapped, so anyone can meet anyone else here!

Those traps are, SOCIAL MEDIA!!!

Finally, can you tell me need of personalized content on Facebook? Or any other Social Media…they are just to make data with use of our activities,

When you use Social Media, you are making data, which they can sell, use and make billions!

But at the end, what did you got?

Personalized advertisement!

Which just manipulate you, force to buy their products!

This means, you wasted your time, then your money followed your time!

But you will say, “I like it, I want it, what’s your problem Aviral?”

So just go, and follow me on Twitter ๐Ÿ˜…

Subscribe my Youtube Channel

And like my post!

Social Trap!

This image is beautiful!

Isn’t it?

Live in the moment, not in the cloud!

Someone

Ya, it’s very true that we are in a trap of Web!

A web which is created with some protocols!

Here, web isn’t WWWeb, it’s web of some traps created by entrepreneurs, who are very successful!

They trap us by showing the importance of trap, and even when we are in trap, they continue to tell us that ” this trap is a place where everyone is trapped, so anyone can meet anyone else here!

Those traps are, SOCIAL MEDIA!!!

Finally, can you tell me need of personalized content on Facebook? Or any other Social Media…they are just to make data with use of our activities,

When you use Social Media, you are making data, which they can sell, use and make billions!

But at the end, what did you got?

Personalized advertisement!

Which just manipulate you, force to buy their products!

This means, you wasted your time, then your money followed your time!

But you will say, “I like it, I want it, what’s your problem Aviral?”

So just go, and follow me on Twitter ๐Ÿ˜…

Subscribe my Youtube Channel

And like my post!

My 10th Story๐Ÿ“š๐Ÿ‘จโ€๐Ÿ’ป๐Ÿฅ๐Ÿ‘จโ€๐Ÿซ๐Ÿ‘ฉโ€๐Ÿซโฃ๏ธ

Hey, today was my last exam of class 10th๐ŸŽ‰

That was Computer Applications, one of the my favourite Subject, in Term 1st, it was 25/25, but in term 2 I can’t expect that much in it, because some keywords were slipped from my mind…. But ya it was all ok!๐Ÿ˜‰

So coming to the some last months,๐Ÿ˜ช

It was starting of class 10th, I started it with a boost, I have completed 1 maths chapters, whole biology and 2 chapters in Physics, I started loving one of the most hated subject maths, it was April,๐Ÿ˜Ž

But as April was near to its end, the most bad time started, Covid-19!๐Ÿฅบ

I can’t even convey what happened in May & June, just skip that.๐Ÿ˜”

So in July, life became quit normal but not completely, it was ending of August when we were feeling normal, but the boost which was in March-April, just lost! I aslo increased my interest in Hacking ๐Ÿ‘จโ€๐Ÿ’ปwhich taught me a new skill! But I stopped because my interest in study was declining.๐Ÿ˜

But I completed my syllabus of term 1st in a slow process till end of October.๐Ÿ˜Œ

Ya, here Term1&2 was a experimental exam system which was implemented on us by CBSE, but it was good. In this system, Whole syllabus was divided into 2 parts one for T-1 & Another for T-2. We gave board exams in two parts!๐Ÿ˜‘

So back to the topic,

Starting of November, I was busy in deepotsav volg, date of board examination for term 1st announced, it was 30th Nov.๐Ÿ˜›

So, after that I started solving sample papers, and done my best.๐Ÿ˜…

I missed my cousin brother’s Engagement because of exam๐Ÿ™„ but on just last day of term 1, I enjoyed my cousin sister’s Engagement ๐Ÿ˜‹

And now it’s time for term 2 prepration and term 1 results, after a long wait I got my results…..90% exactly….๐Ÿค 

Now I joined a coaching “Algorithm”

Algorithm Coaching Institute

It really helped me, increased my confidence in Maths and Physics specially.๐Ÿ˜Ž

Then term 2, then today!๐Ÿค“

All went best๐Ÿ˜‰…..I thank to all my teachers,

Specially Sanjay Sir, Rupali Mam and Sharmishtha Mam ASVM, Ashutosh sir and Nayanshi Mam Algorithm….And some Youtubers, Sanjeev Pandey Sir Eduhap, Pooja Mam PW, Digraj Sir Social School….. I can’t take all names….. It will make a very long list and Kushal Tripathi Sir Mentored me…….๐Ÿ™๐Ÿป๐Ÿ˜

So, just….and finally thanks to my parents, who never forced me for percentage……โ˜บ๏ธ

And last thing, I will opt for PCM in 11th,๐Ÿ˜…

Wait for final results ๐Ÿ˜‡

-Aviral Srivastava
sriaviralnarain@gmail.com

Pride of India- Neta ji

Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose

The person, who gathered an army being a normal person, and defeated the most powerful of that time ‘British Empire’. He was the only who breaked the borders of British India and freed many parts and established “Azad Hind Government”.

He was about to reach the capital, but unfortunately, American army bombed Netaji’s supporter, japan with atomic weapons, and Japan surrendered. Netaji still continued to get deep inside British Indian territory, but on 18 August 1945 he gone missing, it is believed that his plane was crashed and his army was unable to continue without their commander, and the war ended.

And today, on his jubilee 23 January 2022, government of India is going to sculpt his holographic sculpture near India gate, it is a temporary sculpture, until his 28 feet tall granite sculpture will be ready.