Writing & Debugging a Simple Assembly Program

Writing code in assembly language is challenging. Debugging on a larger code is a nightmare to some who never learned assembly before. On this blog, I will write a simple program in assembly for both different system architecture (x86_64 & Aarch64) and will provide a comparison of how they are different …

Testing Image onload Event Handler

Testing Image onload Event Handler This week I have been writing a simple test case to test whether an image can be loaded multiple times on the same web page. The test case  is written in HTML, CSS and JavaScript. The purpose of this was to test whether any particular …

Release 0.2 – More Bugs!

  The Goal for Release 0.2 Getting near the end of the semester can be challenging and almost impossible to complete large bugs, as these take time to get merged. Therefore, my goal for this release 0.2 is to finish as many small bugs as possible on any open source …

Travis CI & Automated Testing with Ruby

Getting Started With Travis CI Integrating Travis CI into GitHub project is easy but developing an automated test scripts for Ruby is challenging. I have never heard about Travis CI but had some knowledge regarding these kind of hosting services which I got introduced during my first release 0.1 The service …

Getting Expert with GitHub!

  Interesting Programming Language This week my task was to find a new programming language that I have never used before and get familiar with git bash commands to use with Github. At first I though about using either JavaScript or Python but then I wanted to try something that …

Firefox DevTools – Bug 1402394 Remarks

  The bug has successfully landed and is aimed to be released in Firefox milestone 58. The process of fixing this bug can be found in my previous blog. Overall I believe this is a “good-first-bug”  to work on because it gives you the fundamentals of using the MozillaBuild start-shell commands …