Category Web development

AJAX

AJAX is a set of web development techniques that uses several client-side web technologies to make interactive web apps that can handle user queries in real time. AJAX achieves this by using HTML and CSS for visual rpesentation, XML or…

AMP

AMP, or accelerated mobile pages, is an open source framework that allows the web pages to load (and pre-render in Google search) much faster than regular HTML. AMP was developed by Google, Twitter was also involved. The aim of AMP…

Array

You always need to store data in your app – variables are used to store data values. An array is a specific type of variable that can hold multiple values – all under the same variable name. Developers then retrieve…

Backbone

Backbone is one of web development frameworks that suits simple single-page applications quite well.  It gives structure to web apps by using models with key-value binding and events, collections with a rich API  and views with declarative event handling. RESTful…

Backend

Backend refers to the system configuration area of an application such as a CMS. So, for WordPress for example, the WordPress backend is the administrator area of WordPress where you add content, users, and customize the CMS by installing plugins…

C++

The C++ programming language (also referred to as C++ scripting language) is a general-purpose programming language that can be labelled in various ways, including—statically typed, free-form, multi-paradigm, and compiled. C++ (pronounced “see plus plus”) as well as a group of…

CDN

CDN stands for “Content Delivery Network“, which is a group of servers spread throughout the country or around the world. They replicate the data for a website in one country in another country. So you could call up a webpage…

CodeIgniter

CodeIgniter is used to build dynamic websites with PHP. It is based (in a loose sort of way) on the popular MVC (Model-View-Controller) development pattern and works with typical shared hosting accounts, various versions of PHP and various configurations. Also,…

Content Security Policy ( CSP )

Content Security Policy (CSP) is an extra level of security that assists with locating and repelling specific intrusion types such as Cross-Site Scripting (XSS) and data injection. Data thieves utilize these for stealing information, vandalizing websites, and spreading malicious software.…
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