Ensuring that your web applications work flawlessly across different browsers has become paramount. This is where Cypress comes into play. That end-to-end testing framework has gained popularity thanks to its simplicity, real-time feedback, and … Read more
Web Developers work to design, create and handle websites and web applications. They deal with internet as well as intranet websites. They usually are employed by software development companies, IT or IT consulting. Web developers often work for companies; however, some provide their services on a freelance basis.
Most of them works on software, database and the website encoding, known as back-end, or in the engineering and interface part, known as front-end. Nevertheless, there are Web Developers take care of both aspects and offer a complete service and are referred to as Full Stack Developers.
The main objective of a Web Developer should be to create coherent and efficient applications and web services. They should always try to meet clients’ needs.
In the realm of industrial automation, Human-Machine Interfaces (HMIs) play a crucial role in facilitating efficient control and monitoring of complex systems.Traditionally, Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) systems have been the go-to … Read more
Web performance optimization has always been critical for websites and apps. Whether providing services, entertainment or information, activities are impacted when performance is slow or inconsistent. Today's sites have greater sophistication and … Read more
Looking to get better with GWT? Then don't miss these advanced Google Web Toolkit tips! This robust framework is designed to build web-based applications using the Java programming language. Initially introduced by Google back in 2006, GWT quickly … Read more
Implementing web accessibility represents far more than following a set of loose recommendations alone. This concept is instead a core tenet of online site development and yet, the majority of stakeholders are uncertain how such processes should be … Read more
Flutter is becoming increasingly popular among developers as a way to quickly develop and deploy high-performance, engaging web applications. We will discuss the various advantages of flutter web such as its cross-platform compatibility, easy … Read more
Writing a web developer resume is much like designing a website, but IT applicants often make a single mistake - they don’t take their resumes seriously. They only pay superficial attention to them, ending up with a mediocre result that doesn’t do … Read more
Web performance should be one of the top priorities of any professional web designer today. You've probably heard the saying that a good website is fast, which is as true today as it was ten years ago. Today's website visitors demand a seamless … Read more
Flutter is a cross-platform, open-source SDK for developing user interfaces and apps. It is designed to allow developers to create consistent applications for a range of platforms, from web to mobile and desktop, with only a single codebase. And … Read more
Are you tired of WordPress or Drupal? There are other ways of developing websites and applications that can be more rewarding, agile, and without the need to suffer with databases. This webinar with Bermon Painter, Senior UX Manager at EY Digital, … Read more
Jamstack, as with any new trend, brings a lot of myths and promises that do not always imply a revolution but a more straightforward way to do things. After the debate about Headless CMS and its benefits, Netifly has developed a solution for web … Read more
Use AssemblyScript for conquering WebAssembly! From a variety of different source languages, WebAssembly offers a new way to create reliably performant code for the web (and beyond!). The web development community has given the technology a fair lot … Read more
Website accessibility is often overlooked, but it should be a central consideration for modern websites. With so much of our news, services and commerce happening over the web, it's vital to make sure that nobody is excluded. In the past, … Read more
One of the most significant changes in web design was the separation of style and content. CSS—which stands for Cascading Style Sheet—is the style side of that separation, and it has come a long way since those early days. Naturally, there are … Read more
If you had to learn programming all over again, what language would you pick to start with? There is a good chance your answer is not PHP. Who in their right minds is learning PHP these days, right? In fact, PHP has slipped from 5th place in 2017 … Read more
This article, developed together with Be Digitech Solutions, analyzes the gRPC architecture created by Google, the special advantages it offers compared to REST architecture, and how we can migrate from REST to gRPC in terms of microservices … Read more
The Boom in Web Design The demand for web developer talent and UI/UX skills is now global. Websites such as Adecco's, a platform that helps connect developers with major innovative companies, are proof of that: there, you can find a curated … Read more
Devtools have changed everything. There was a time when web development involved designing and building your web pages in a web design application—or in your code editor of choice—and switching back and forth between that and a browser to test and … Read more
As smartphone use continues to grow, more people choose mobile applications to websites for their ease of access and high performance, even with slow internet connections. It is expected that by 2021, 54% of e-commerce sales will be generated on … Read more