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The importance of being earnest (when it comes to web security)

May 21, 2015 by AdrianC

We live in an Internet era and no one wants to have a website that is vulnerable to web attacks - as this means losing money, time and credibility. Web security wasn't regarded as a "big problem" before the year 2000, however social networking websites and an increase in the adoption rate of the Web, as a means for business, have changed all this, and now more and more hackers are trying to compromise the WWW security for personal gain... and some even for fame and fun. ... read more


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Most popular Web Development trends in 2015 - Part 2

Feb 24, 2015 by AdrianC

I hope you enjoyed the first post from this series, so now I will continue presenting another 3 web development trends, which you have surely met while surfing the Internet: ... read more


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Web development tools - Part 2

Sep 26, 2014 by AdrianC

The World Wide Web has reached 1 billion web pages in September 2014 (awesome, right?!), but for this to happen web developers had to work hard and meet the increasing demands of web development. This would have been impossible without proper web development tools, some of which will be presented in this second part of the article ... read more


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Web development tools - Part 1

Sep 18, 2014 by AdrianC

Creating faster and better looking web applications, and at the same time providing a smooth user experience on all platforms (desktop and mobile) - this is the struggle of today’s web developers. This is due to the fact that there are a plethora of devices on the market, and also to the fact that users nowadays are expecting high quality products.
The good news for every web developer is that there are plenty of web development tools from which they can choose. ... read more


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CSS Measurement Values

Jan 03, 2014 by Adrian

Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) was first released in 1996, and it's a style sheet language that helps web developers to create websites using HTML, XHTML and other languages. Its main purpose is to separate document content such as layout, colors and fonts in order to provide web developers with more flexibility, accessibility and more control. ... read more


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New trends in web development

Oct 11, 2013 by Adrian

Web development has been a growing industry since its beginnings, but thanks to the smartphone boom, the design rules have changed quite a lot and now, every web developer knows that it's a must that his website functions properly on all major platforms: desktop, laptops, smartphones and tablets. ... read more


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Inside the rich world of RIA: Flash and Ajax

Sep 17, 2012 by Oana

Internet access is becoming indispensable for many of us, and the rate of Internet penetration into our houses is growing exponentially with the number of PC / laptops / netbooks / tablets / smartphones bought. Practically, as there are more devices on the market that allow you to connect to the Internet ... read more


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Web vs. desktop applications: friends or foes?

Jan 11, 2011 by Oana

With a steadily increasing number of households that have Internet access around the world (according to statistics, in 2010, in UK , 73% of the households - almost 19.2 million households - had an Internet connection), in the last couple of years web applications have taken a huge bite from the desktop apps market share. ... read more


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HTML 5 - The Evolving Web

Jun 09, 2010 by Oana

The World Wide Web is an environment which will never cease to evolve and to create newer and newer possibilities and solutions for every imaginable need. Such an example is HTML5: the next generation of HyperText Markup Language. ... read more


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Cloud computing: To each his own part of the cloud

Jan 22, 2010 by Doina

Cloud computing has been with us for a while now, but it started just recently to draw attention to it, particularly because of the large scale Internet applications that client-oriented companies have built as services. Or what we now call SaaS, or software as a service. [...]

From social networks to virtual servers for data storage, anything goes in the cloud. Unfortunately, it still goes in the cloud literally for government policies regarding this matter, in about every industrialized country there is ... read more


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The new Browser War: Google goes Machiavelli on Microsoft

Dec 11, 2009 by Oana

It's been a busy season for the major players on the web browser market, with Mozilla Corp. launching Firefox 3.5 on 30 June, and Microsoft releasing its 8th edition of IE in March. While the former included native integration of audio and video, more privacy features and an overall performance improvement, the latter added accelerators, improved privacy protection, and a compatibility mode for pages designed for earlier version of IE. Along came Google ... read more


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Crossing blades in cross-browser compatibility issues

Nov 12, 2009 by Doina

It's been only a couple of weeks since Google's last attempt at publicly admonishing (let's not use the harsher word "humiliate") Microsoft's baby, Internet Explorer. Well, as they say, all is fair in love and web. :) Since there is no "mommy" to go to when peers start hitting each other, the problem is left in the hands of players. And Microsoft is certainly an old player at this game. ... read more


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