Essential steps to secure your website

In the web development world, the most popular open source platforms for creating websites include WordPress, Joomla and Drupal. But what is open source exactly? It refers to software and platforms that are free and publicly accessible. They usually have a large community of contributors that help update the software, create plugins and provide support through online forums. Open source platforms are a great way for beginners to create a no-hassle website, and are great for advanced web developers...

Introducing WebdesignerNews.com

Nothing matters more in this industry than keeping your finger on the pulse. The challenge is separating the wheat from the chaff: with hundreds of blogs, countless social media accounts, and thousands of design sites, how do you keep on top of it all without spending hours hunting through RSS feeds? Well, we have the solution… After months of rigorous testing, iterative builds, and a few late nights, our sister-site, WebdesignerNews, has launched. We have just as much trouble wading through...

20 best resources for learning AngularJS

Since its release in 2009, AngularJS has gained immense popularity due to the compelling features it’s packed with. Being an extremely advanced JavaScript MVW framework, not only does it enhance HTML with Directives; but it also simplifies both development and testing for developers. For some people, it seems quite difficult to learn Angular through the official documentation provided. Attempting to gain knowledge of Angular, they repeatedly search for related resources and often don’t...
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How to create a CSS3 progress bar

The progress bar has been used on the web ever since we realized that not everything would load instantly for everyone. These bars serve to notify the user about the progress of a specific task in your website, such as uploading, downloading, loading an app etc. It used to be impossible to create a progress bar animation without the use of JavaScript but thanks to CSS3 we're now able to perform animations, add gradients and some multi-color element inside a div. In fact HTML5 has also a special progress...

35+ web and mobile app analytics tools

Google Analytics... is there anything it can’t do? Well, yes. Quite a bit, actually. It's a fantastic tool, no doubt, and there are good reasons that it’s more or less the default choice for many; that cannot be denied. However, for the data-lovers out there, there is so much more to explore. And explore we shall! Here, we present a list of forty-five different tools for managing your analytics, from all-in-one solutions, to data aggregators, to tools that help you try to make sense of the data. CrawlTrack...

8 ways to be the perfect web developer

Evan Campbell recently wrote an informative article for employers at WebdesignerDepot titled "How to Find the Perfect Web Developer". In this article, we will share a few tips with you to help you ensure that you’re the kind of developer that Evan and his readers would want to hire. 1) Avoid becoming a “specialist” ... Trends on the Web move quickly. If you spend five years exclusively fine-tuning your knowledge of Drupal only to find that suddenly overnight everyone wants a Wordpress site (or...

40 essential Java resources

The most useful coding tools are ones that not only improve our code, but also our productivity. When it comes to Java there are dozens of useful tools that perform both functions. Whatever task you have at hand, there’s a Java orientated tool to help you out. Today I’ve gathered together a list of my favourites.   Java Profiler ... Java Profiler UI helps you resolve performance bottlenecks, pin down memory leaks and understand threading issues.   Clover ... Clover provides the metrics...

Project Maelstrom: a peer-to-peer browser for the Web

For the first time ever, publishers have a brand new way of distributing content, one that doesn’t rely on a web server. BitTorrent, the company that still maintains the protocol of the same name, recently announced the release of the beta version of its peer-to-peer browser. Project Maelstrom’s alpha was first announced back in late 2014. The differentiating factor behind Maelstrom is that it uses the very same, distributed protocols of its torrent clients. The result is a unique new browser...
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