Posted by Andor on Dec 19, 2017, in SEO
Page Speed is basically a measurement of how quick the content of a page loads. It is confused often with ‘site speed’ that is basically the page speed for page views’ sample on a particular site. Page speed could be explained in ‘time to first byte’, which means the time required for a browser for receiving the first byte of information from web server and in ‘page load time’, which means the t…
Posted by Andor on Dec 18, 2017, in General
Scrum is an agile method of managing a project, basically software development. Scrum agile software development often is considered as methodology but instead of regarding it as methodology; you might consider it as a framework to manage a project. It is a control and management process which cuts through the complications for focusing on developing products which fulfill business requirements. Teams and management have the ability of …
Posted by Andor on Dec 17, 2017, in General
Agile Methodology is usually a throng of various agile methodologies. The term ‘Agile’ is basically an umbrella term in various approaches of project management which are characterized by the capability to let projects teams to response to the changing priorities and needs by employing incremental packages of work. Agile Methodologies are the models employed in the arena of system development. While every agile method posses…
Posted by Andor on Dec 12, 2017, in Programming
There’s never been a better time to be a Java developer. With the number programming jobs being advertised each year outpacing the number of graduate developers, you’re almost guaranteed a well-paying job.
Or are you?
Yes, there may be many jobs available, but do they actually pay well? Will a Java job secure your future? If you’ve invested time in learning Java, is it going to be a worth it?
Most tech jobs pay well…
Posted by Andor on Sep 10, 2014, in SEO
Since the Hummingbird update from Google, in August 2013, much has changed. The new search algorithm affected mainly over 90% of the searches and therefore the online businesses. It was the biggest change since 2001!
This update developed new thinking and a new approach for web designers who want to achieve better ranking results for themselves or their client’s websites. Ok, but what actually has changed in the past year and was…
Posted by Andor on Dec 05, 2013, in SEO
When it comes to ensuring that your website works on the search engines in the way you want, nothing is more important than the content. Smart and well written content is the mainstay for any website, not just for the purpose of engaging readers, but also for search engines. From Google to Bing, every search engine has shown its affinity towards the websites that boasts of high quality posts, articles and more.
There are three main rea…
Posted by Andor on Jun 26, 2014, in Web design
Adobe brings with the Project Parfait (beta) a new project to the start. It has his roots, or at least similar functions, on different Photoshop plugins. As an example CSS Hat or Enigma64. Nevertheless, it is a pleasant development. Adobe has now released the tool (PSD CSS Extractor), which allows developers to quickly and easily generate and copy the corresponding CSS definitions from PSD file layers. However the tool nee…
Posted by Andor on Jun 05, 2014, in Frameworks
Bootstrap makes front-end web development faster and easier. It's made for folks of all skill levels, devices of all shapes, and projects of all sizes.
We created this guide with great tips & tricks for the Twitter bootstrap for you. In the first part we will discuss the basics and tips for grid layouts, buttons and tabs. In the second part we will cover the actions area and how you can implement yo…
Posted by Andor on Feb 21, 2014, in Website updates
Freelancing has taken the job market place by storm and people are now offering their skills online. Web designers, content writers, programmers and marketers are some of the professionals whose skills are available online. There is no longer the need for an 8 to 5 job. Everyone can start and work as a freelancer, on their own comfort and at their own place, at their own time. Clients can have their jobs done virtually from anywhere in …
Posted by Andor on Dec 20, 2013, in Web design
With the fast evolution that the web design industry has been experiencing, what aspects do we expect to disappear in 2013? Better yet, what trends are we likely to see in 2014. There are many things to look forward whether the reports from the experts are anything to go by. Here, we shall look at as many of them as possible. If you are into Internet marketing, you will thus know what to look forward to if you want to reach a big segmen…