Document-oriented (or schema-less) databases such as CouchDB and MongoDB have received a lot of attention lately in the form of the NoSQL movement and many new articles, books and websites.
When designing a new web site, one of the decisions that must be made is which content management system to use. There are a plethora of CMS’s out there to choose from and it’s important to know the features which will be incorporated into the web site when choosing a CMS. Each CMS varies in features offered such as ease of setup, user friendliness, server and language compatibility, extensibility, as well as many more features. Expression Engine is one CMS that comes built in with many of these useful features.
One of the most underused and not well known features of CSS is the "text-transform" property. This handly little feature can save a lot of time for people who write blogs or web articles when it comes to making text all capitalized, all lowercase, or even capitalizing the first letter of all words...
Whether it be choosing a framework for a web application, or figuring out which CMS to use for a promotional site, the choices that I have to make seemingly never end. It doesn’t help that making those choices are not easy, especially when it comes to CMS’s.
An operating system can spam many computing devices which provides for hardware redundancy and practically unlimited growth. And these computing environments are in huge highly secured data centers the same that these providers use for their own businesses. Some of these providers are ones you already know such as Amazon and Google.
Developers are always looking for quick easy ways to get things done so they can move onto the next task. I’ve found that sometimes the best solutions are come from the least expected places.
Your company's website is going to do one of two things. One, your website will instantly encourage confidence and trust to your potential customers.
In the early days of the internet, the first brick and mortar businesses to implement websites usually gained increased revenue and brand awareness. Today's internet does not provide the same easily gained opportunities.
The creative gap between programmers, IT specialists, and copywriters is mindboggling; at times, it can be daunting and very precarious to navigate.
...sifting through tons of lines of code to find a specific line, let alone a specific word, or even a missing end tag can be arduous and frustrating. That's where E comes in handy.