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HTML6: The Next Big Thing After HTML5

HTML6: The Next Big Thing After HTML5

12 Dec, 2014

A while back we told you all about the official launch of HTML5, about how it’s been in the works for some time now and that W3C had finally drawn the line and announced the definitive edition for HTML5.

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The 5 Best Places For Web Resources

The 5 Best Places For Web Resources

09 Dec, 2014

Being a web developer is definitely not an easy job. Demands are high, expectations are going through the roof and clients are waiting for your ‘A’ game despite the fact that they change their minds ever 4 minutes about what they want.

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Your Basic NodeJS Know-How

Your Basic NodeJS Know-How

24 Nov, 2014

For this article we hit up one of our web developer friends, Alex, to get a little bit of information about how NodeJS works and provide you with a fully functional example as well as a step-by-step walkthrough to get you started.

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The Best 20 HTML5 Websites Out There

The Best 20 HTML5 Websites Out There

04 Nov, 2014

HTML, less known by its full name of HyperText Markup Language, has been around for more than 21 years, which technically makes it legal across the globe and just so happens to be the number one markup language used across the World Wide Web.

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10 Awesome JavaScript Libraries All Developers Should Know About

10 Awesome JavaScript Libraries All Developers Should Know About

08 Oct, 2014

JavaScript, also known under the acronym JS, is a dynamic computer programming language, it has also been called an “assembly” language or “the x86 of the web”. Bottom line, JavaScript is a programming language widely used by web developers as part of web browsers. It’s typing discipline is described on Wikipedia as dynamic and/or duck.

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The First Three Things About Creating a Website

The First Three Things About Creating a Website

03 Oct, 2014

Website hosting, domain and email service. These are the first three things you should be thinking about as soon as you come up with an idea for a website. Unfortunately, it’s usually what some people consider only after they have a project that’s smoothly running on their localhost.

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