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Mobile Application Development Platforms (MADPs) – Part 3

MADPIn Part 2 of this series we kicked off a discussion on the PhoneGap environment and how it uses the UIWebview (or Webview) environment to communicate with the Native code of the device through a set of JavaScript calls. Understanding how this web to native abstraction works helps us to better appreciate the main value proposition behind MADPs and what it means to “write once, run everywhere.” So now let’s continue from where we left off in our discussion on PhoneGap. Read more…

Category: Articles

Mobile Application Development Platforms (MADPs) – Part 2

MADPTo keep up with the enormous influence and demand of mobile technologies, business leaders today need tools that can create quick and agile applications at the speed of the market. Mobile Application Development Platforms, otherwise known as MADPs, provide this value by offering the capabilities of “write once, run everywhere.” The ability to deploy applications from a single code base across multiple devices and operating systems translates into considerable cost savings for organizations. Let’s continue then where we left off in the last segment by turning now to PhoneGap and finding out more about what it is, how it works, and what value it can offer the business leader in today’s competitive digital marketplace. Read more…

Category: Articles

Cross-Browser Compatibility Tips (Part 1)

browser-compatibilityThis is Part 1 of the Coding for different browsers series where we will discuss the different methodologies and tools to make the user experience for your customers as seamless as possible. In Part 1, we are going to discuss the various techniques used to render your site as you expect on multiple browsers. In Part 2, we will look at the tools that you can use for cross browser compatibility. Read more…

Category: Responsive Design, Website Performance

This Week in Website Performance

website-performance-weekly-monitorusThis Week in Website Performance is a weekly feature of the Monitor.Us blog. It summarizes recent articles about website performance.


ALTER TABLE: Creating Index by Sort and Buffer Pool Size

Author: Peter Zaitsev.  Publisher: MySql Performance Blog.This article shows how to sort SQL tables to achieve better index performance. Read more…
Category: Website Performance

This Week in Website Performance

website-performance-weekly-monitorusThis Week in Website Performance is a weekly feature on the Monitor.Us blog. It summarizes recent web postings about website performance.

Due to popular demand, This Week in JavaScript Performance has been expanded and split into a series of weekly articles about website performance. The articles deal with the client side of the performance issue (HTML, DOM, CSS, JavaScript, etc.) and other website performance issues (e.g., PHP, MySql, Apache, HTTP, networking, etc.). Read more…

Category: Website Performance
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