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7 tools every web developer should be using

The explosive growth of the internet over the last twenty years and the democratization of knowledge and information has led to a revolution in the way that technology is implemented and consumed. The last 7 years in particular has witnessed a real revolution in the areas of mobile, cloud, collaboration, and information technologies and given… Read the full post

Best 5 reasons why you should learn JavaScript

JavaScript has emerged in the past couple years as the de facto expression of next generation web technologies, and a critical component of HTML5 technologies – along with CSS and JQuery. JavaScript is really ubiquitous – it really is showing up everywhere! There are many other reasons why JavaScript and JS-based tools like JSON and… Read the full post

Why everyone should learn JavaScript

Computer code and script have really become the “lingua franca” of the digital era. All the mobile devices, applications, games, websites that we spend so much time engaging with in our digital lives – all of these technologies rely on code to make them run. Having skills and “fluency” in the new language of code… Read the full post

What’s new in JavaScript?

JavaScript has emerged in the past couple years as the de facto expression of next generation web technologies, and a critical component of HTML5 technologies – along with CSS and JQuery. The stakes have been high. The well-known and rather tired debate in recent years over who owns the future of web and mobile development… Read the full post

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Mobile Application Development Platforms (MADPs) – Final

We’ve learned that PhoneGap is a true multi-platform MADP that works by creating a web to native abstraction layer or “bridge” in JavaScript. With one code base you can directly access the device’s native features. PhoneGap’s “write once, run everywhere” capability is really the formula that can save your organization significant time and money. With… Read the full post

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Mobile Application Development Platforms (MADPs) – Part 3

In 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… Read the full post

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Mobile Application Development Platforms (MADPs) – Part 2

To 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… Read the full post

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The Chronology of a Click, Part XIV

So far, this series presented the details of all the things that happen after a user clicks a link to retrieve a new web page. It purported to follow the details chronologically, but in truth we know that cannot be true. If all the processes we discussed were to happen consecutively, the web page would… Read the full post