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  COMPARING HTML5 MOBILE UI FRAMEWORKS


In response to the growing market for mobile apps several HTML5 Mobile UI Frameworks are now available to help developers create attractive and responsive apps.  These libraries enable Web developers to create great user experiences for their apps using technology and skills that they are familiar with.  The best of these UI/UX frameworks include App Framework, Twitter Bootstrap 3, jQuery Mobile, Sencha Touch, Kendo UI, and TopCoat.  Each one provides a unique set of features to help Web developers make great apps. What are UI Frameworks? HTML5 Mobile User Interface Frameworks are libraries that will enable developers to easily create…

  SEO Tools For Web Developer


I learned about SEO (Search Engine Optimization) and what it does to your blog or website. I also found out the importance of SEO tools that you should know before you create a website. You can try with all tools to improve your site visit from website SEO like Google, Bing, Yahoo, Ask…. SEO Tools SEO Browser: See your website as the search engines see it. Lynx Viewer: Snapshot of what the search engine sees when it spiders your pages. Spider Simulator: Simulate how a search engine spider moves through your site. Spider Viewer: See what search engines see when…

  10 tips for a successful web integration project


General advice on how to successfully carry out a web integration project. Tip 1: Project benefits Define clear goals for what you want your project to achieve and why you want to carry it out. They need not always be business-related (although obviously this is the case in most instances). However, it is important to quantify the benefits, so you should create metrics, which will show. Creating a solution often involves a whole range of goals for the client.  But most often, this involves: Supporting the business goals of the client. The web portal is often the only way you…

  Principles and topology of web integration


This article outlines the basic ways of linking (integration) of systems/applications that meet integration criteria. It also defines what integration is not. In practice, a web integration project is different from system integration in terms of the principles of integration links. Under system integration, we can frequently talk about (at the highest level of abstraction) integration links between individual parts of a system. This corresponds to the network topology, when one component can be interconnected with one or more other components. Alternatively (and in ideal cases), system integration can refer to bus topology, where individual components are system integrated into…

  Responsive vs. adaptive design


Two website design approaches featured in web integration are at first glance very similar, and often overlap in the production process. It is often the case that a website based on responsive web design has elements of adaptive design, and vice verse. On the other hand, these two approaches contain substantial differences. Responsive design Responsive design is a method of designing web pages in which the server always sends the same page, regardless of the user's device, and the page layout changes directly in the browser, using cascaded style sheets according to the page width. The result is that the…

  Top Five Reasons to choose Responsive Web Design for your Business


Web designs have always been a vital part of the entire web development activity. For any website to become attractive, web designs play the key role. One cannot receive several visitors for your website unless one is using trendy web designs. When the internet was launched, websites were not more than static posters being displayed on the computer screen. Over a period of 2 decades, the web industry has massively evolved and has transformed the static face of websites into full-fledged dynamic web applications. With the course of time, several technologies have been introduced in the web market and have…

  User Interface Technology Stacks


Introduction to Technology Stack In general terms, a technology stack consists of the parts or sections of any set of components or services that are used to deploy or provide any technical solution or application. When applied to the software industry, technology stacks might be examples such as the TCP/IP protocol stack and the seven layer OSI model. User Interface Technology Stack User Interface Technology Stack, as the name suggests, comprises of the technologies that are used for UI development. For the purpose of this blog, we will extend the same definition and call it technologies that could be used to develop…

  BENEFITS OF OFFSHORE SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT OUTSOURCING


The recent trend in a competitive software development is outsourcing.  This means that another company is hired to do the task of software development.  In most cases, outsourcing is done overseas depending on various factors that affect production and revenues. Software development is essential in a computer functionality so it is approached with adherence to high quality and marketability.  Because the software development process involves a lot of stages, outsourcing can bring benefits to a company who has multiple plans in line. BENEFITS OF OFFSHORE SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT OUTSOURCING: Offshore software development outsourcing saves costs.  Companies do not have to worry about infrastructure,…

  Guidelines for Testing of Desktop Plug-ins


Overview of a Plug-in A plug-in is a software component that resides in a software application (known as the parent application) and allows users to perform specific, customized activities within the application. Most software applications support plug-ins for many reasons. Some of the main reasons include: to enable third-party developers to create capabilities which extend an application to support easily adding new features to reduce the size of an application allow for a large number of people to contribute to and share stored data control access to data, based on user roles. User roles define what information each user can view and edit aid in…

  Concept Of Responsive Web Design


Almost every new client these days wants a mobile version of their website. It’s practically essential after all: one design for the BlackBerry, another for the iPhone, the iPad, netbook, Kindle — and all screen resolutions must be compatible, too. In the next five years, we’ll likely need to design for a number of additional inventions. When will the madness stop? It won’t, of course. In the field of Web design and development, we’re quickly getting to the point of being unable to keep up with the endless new resolutions and devices. For many websites, creating a website version for…