Category Web development

CSS

Cascading Style Sheets—or CSS for short—is a stylesheet language that tells a webpage how it should  look. It’s used to describe the presentation of a document written in a mark-up language like HTML or XHTML, and it sets out things…

DBMS Interface

A DBMS interface enables a user to enter queries into a database without the need for the query language. A DBMS interface may be a web client, a smartphone app, or a local client running on a desktop computer. How…

DevOps

DevOps is an all-encompassing term, touching on everyone from developers through to IT staff and operations across a company. DevOps, as you may guess, combines “development” and “operations”. The rationale behind DevOps is an attempt to make operations and development…

Django

Django is an open-source web app framework, written in the Python language, that is completely free. A framework consists of a set of modules, and makes developers’ jobs simpler. You can use them to build sites or apps from an…

Encoding

It’s often necessary to convert data from one format to another format. This process is called encoding. You might encode data to save space, to make it easier to process, or for a variety of other reasons. Think, for example…

Frontend

A frontend is defined as everything that a user interacts with on a website or a piece of software, and is a synonym for user interface. In terms of software and site development, the design and programming of the interface…

GIT

Git is an open-source system built for distributed version control. It’s available at no cost and was created for quick and effective project management, catering for the smallest to the largest. Git is a free and open-source distributed version control system designed…

GitHub

In essence, GitHub is an online service that hosts software development projects and project code. If your project is open source, you can use GitHub for free – if you have a private, commercial project you can choose from a…

GPL

GPL has a very specific meaning – it is the acronym for General Public License. Sometimes, GPL is also called GNU GPL. GPL is a type of software license, and is the most frequently used software license for free software.…

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