First, we will need to understand just what web development is and how it functionally varies from web design. Basically, web design is a subset of graphic design. This means that one mostly works with Photoshop and creates the look and the feel of the web app. It is basically creating the blueprint of the
Content 1. Who is a Web developer 2. Skills needed by a web developer 3. Personal skills needed by a web developer 4. Who is a User Interface Developer 5. Skills needed by a User interface developer 6. Personal skills needed by a User Interface developer 7. What distinguishes a Web developer from an UI
Web performance monitoring is vital for developers; it helps us see the smoke and put out the small production fires before they snowball and cause serious damage—such as affecting bounce rates, lowering traffic, and impacting sales. For this reason, it is important that developers understand the web performance monitoring basics.
All of us live in a world which is very fast paced and a field such as technology is even faster. This is why developers and programmers must constantly stay on their toes. The faster we understand the problem the faster we find their solutions and the faster we reach the solutions.
Content I. Introduction II. What are databases III. Importance of databases IV. Types of Databases V. Amazing areas where databases are used VI. Why you should use a database VII. Management of Databases in Web development a) Why you should create a good database b) Simple rules to follow while dealing with a database
Full Stack Design is the latest term coined in the Web Development Hemisphere and is quite relatable to the changing Development Environment around the World. Full Stack Designer is someone who is skilled in UI Design, UX Design, Interaction Design and Frontend Development. They understand and are responsible for the complete development cycle
In today’s digital world, having a good web presence is important for businesses who want to spread the word about their company and drive sales to maintain a healthy bottom line. Aside from being active on social media platforms or discussion boards or hosting paid advertisements across the web
As technology advances and the world becomes more complicated, simplicity is a decided advantage. Consider Google for a moment. The search engine has become so ubiquitous; it may have been a while since you typed “Google.com” to go to the site’s homepage. Do so; you’ll see it remains the simplest homepage on the web.
For any beginner web developer, the question that always comes to mind is this – which language should I use for my web development projects? Many factors come into play when deciding which language to use during development, for example security, speed, adaptability, among others.
It is estimated that as of 2017 October, over 8.4 Billion devices were connected to the internet and projections point at the total increasing to about 50 Billion devices by 2020.With the increase in the number of devices that can connect to the internet, and the diversity of the devices increasing each day, the internet
Software developers live by programming languages. In fact, if there was a tool box that they referred to, to get work done, then the programming language would be the most essential tool. This is because in the event that there is no language, then they would have no purpose.
The programming industry, just like every other industry is propelled by trends. New ones emerge constantly and with time the old ones are slowly replaced. Programming trends are mainly driven by efficiency, increased customization as well as ease of use as a way to bring out better designs as far as the needs for web