Welcome Blazor WebAssembly 3.2.0! This open source framework allows users to create interactive client-side web UI with .NET. It is now officially released and ready for use in production. Will 2020 be the year of Blazor? See what features it has under the hood.
WordPress is the most widely-used content management system in the world, powering over 35% of all websites. However, many pre-existing WordPress sites have a number of security flaws. Find out how web developers can overhaul an existing WordPress site into tip-top shape and how to handle potential security concerns.
IoT is a diligent technology that has totally transformed our daily lives. But how has the technology affected web developers? In this article, we attempt to understand the impact of IoT on the web development landscape.
Join Seth Ladd, developer advocate at Google, for a holistic overview of the Dart language. If you’re looking to get familiar with the entire Dart landscape, including an overview of what Dart is, where and how it best performs, as well as what sorts of problems it can solve, check out this presentation from JAXConf! Filmed by Marakana – www.marakana.com
Liferay’s James Falkner explores the ever-evolving world of web development – from its early static HTML days to the modern frameworks of today.
We take a look at RC1 of the new browser-based IDE hoping to become your new favourite place for web development.
Spring Framework creator Rod Johnson is behind the revolutionary web development platform.
The Appcelerator platform have just released Appcelerator Titanium version 1.0. Titanium is an open source platform offering cross-platform development, from […]
Frank Sommers, president of Collaborative Data Solutions for Financial Services company, Autospaces, has waded into the Web Development vs. Enterprise IT debate, which came to the forefront following Tim Bray’s ‘Doing It Wrong’ blog entry.