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Apple Iphone Accelerated Mobile Pages

Mobile internet traffic has recently been outpacing desktop internet traffic, causing an earthquake that has shaken up the whole internet market. Google and other search engines have adjusted their algorithm to give precedence to website that are mobile friendly, increasing the demand for websites to have responsive design. Something is still missing, though, for many modern responsive designs…. Read More

February 22, 2016
GitHub Mascot

If you’re part of a web development team, or are trying to assemble a web development team, it’s important to have the proper workflow for developing your website. The most basic workflow answer is to use FTP (or file transfer protocol) to access your site and update the files. However, the last thing any development… Read More

February 10, 2016
Virtual Reality

The internet has come far from since time of its inception. We’ve moved past text-based web pages, flash-heavy websites and inefficient website architectures. With all of the progress that’s been made for web development programming languages, where do we go from here? What is the next big step forward for websites and the internet in general? One… Read More

February 4, 2016
API Calls

As businesses and the internet become more integrated and reliant on one another, integration of third party services, which provide valuable data and services, becomes more and more important. Many third party services integrate the service directly the client website, all without having to direct  users to the third party’s website in a separate window. This… Read More

February 1, 2016
Linux Penguin

In my previous article, I reviewed both Microsoft’s Windows 10 and Apple’s OS X for Mac operating systems. Both serve a different scope of users and both have their pitfalls. But what about Linux? Linux is nothing like Windows 10 or OS X, mainly because it’s a completely open-source operating system, meaning any computer programmer has the ability to… Read More

January 26, 2016
Apple Logo

If you are not a computer programmer or just don’t want to spend hundreds of hours developing and maintaining your own operating system, you might be deciding between Windows 10, OS X or Linux. What is the best operating system? Which should you choose? Your choice will depend on your technical expertise level, your computer’s intended use and… Read More

January 20, 2016
SquareSpace Logo

Many small businesses eventually come to the realization that they need a website. However, not everyone has an investor filling their pockets or tons of money in the bank to throw at a $10,000 website. What if you just want a simple website? Possibly a website that you, the business owner, can manage or set-up  by… Read More

November 13, 2015

If you read my previous article, “When do you need SSL/TLS & Website Encryption?,” you might be wondering if there is anything more secure than SSL, or how secure SSL actually is. This is an important question. Your user’s security should always be a top priority, especially if they are transmitting vulnerable data from their browser to your databases. The… Read More

November 5, 2015

What is a SSL or TLS? Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) and Transport Layer Security (TLS) are both protocols that are used to encrypt users data on a server. This means all of the data being processed by the server such as emails, website user data, and FTP connections are being encrypted. The encryption of all data through these… Read More

October 15, 2015

Hello Fellow Advertisers! Remarketing via Google AdWords is an effective, versatile, and popular way of advertising among PPC professionals. It’s a display network marketing technique that allows advertisers to target users who have already shown interest in their site. Today’s blog is going to focus on giving you some new ideas for strategies to improve your remarketing… Read More

October 7, 2015
Yahoo Design 2000

When it comes to user-friendliness making everything as simple as possible is typically the best route to go down. This is the case both in the development and the design of your website. However, design is significantly more important if you want your users to be able to navigate and find everything on your website in an easy manner…. Read More

October 2, 2015

When I discovered CSS precompilers, my world suddenly changed. It became a world where CSS is intertwined with many of the benefits of a standard programming language. No longer do I have to deal with disorganized CSS stylesheets or be burdened with creating the same set of rules for various different selectors. No longer are changes and… Read More

September 15, 2015