It’s safe to say that a vast majority of the web-browsing is still done on PC’s and laptops. However the amount of browsing being done on mobile phones and tablets has become enormous. This means there could be a greater shift in the development of more mobile apps steering browsers away from mobile websites that are quite frankly pretty slow.
As a developer coding languages are a natural part of your job. You are responsible for understanding and completing tasks using those languages in complex ways. However, what if the coding languages were annexed for developers who are building apps? WhaTech believes that “codeless development” could be the new language for app makers, according to a recent report.
Containers are being used widely by developers and Bitnami is looking to make it easier for them with their new Stacksmith beta. The new technology will enable users to build containerized developments according to TechCrunch.
As a designer, developer or both there is often a moment before diving into a project where you decide what you want to go for and how you want to accomplish it. Everyone has their own interpretation of what the necessities of a well constructed website are. That being said, Business 2 Community highlights five important aspects that they believe…
Recently SitePoint created a “Vital Guide to Interviewing Web Developers.” While this is meant for companies who are looking for web developers, it can also double as a guide for those looking for a job in the field. It allows web developers to see what some of the standards and requirements are in web development firms or other tech companies.
Developers lives aren’t always the easiest when it comes to creating modern and rich applications. With it’s new Telerik Kendo Ui suite, Progress is trying to dow exactly what their name suggests and move development into a new stage of the profession with a tool to aid developers.
It’s hard to imagine having to play dual roles in your profession especially ones that may require going back to school or added training that takes time and money. Developers are becoming more frustrated by having to depend on designers for feedback or direction and designers are constantly frustrated with the results and having to work back and forth. So,…
The world can never have enough web developers. With coding and programming only recently hitting schools in the U.S., those who don’t want to pay thousands of dollars to attend development classes in college now have a cheaper alternative.
Tech companies across all sectors are looking to move past algorithms alone to add a human side via curation to their products, says Time.
Offline persistence (using the application cache) is this idea of content being available offline for users. This links together with something that the web is trying to grow around, which is application building. We covered this growth towards application building in an earlier piece here. The proverbial spiders of the internet are hard at work making this a possibility, and…