HTML5 vs. Native Mobile Apps: Has the Battle Been Won?

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As new web standards emerge and the development process of mobile applications progresses, there has been much controversy over whether businesses should opt for native or HTML5 apps. Is the war finally over? You decide…

HTML5

When you strip down an HTML5 app, it is basically just a mobile website designed to work on a smaller screen (i.e. a smartphone or tablet). HTML5 apps are great because they are designed to work with any running system and on any device; however, this ...

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How One Man Owned Google for One Minute

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If you don’t already have reason enough to pay attention to security risks associated with your online presence, the fact that Google, one of the largest websites in the world, was briefly owned by someone for the sum of $12 should really drive the point home. While ownership was barely transferred for more than a minute, it is proof that just about everyone is fair game on the internet.

Former Google employee Sanmay Ved purchased Google.com for $12 on September 29th of last ...

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The Future of Flash Dims as Facebook Opts for HTML5

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Adobe Flash has since seen better days, and it seems it may not see many more. Security breaches, glitches, slow speeds, and compatibility issues have been dragging Flash through the mud for years. As advancements in technology progress, new web standards open better options for users.

In order to maintain their innovative, evolutionary site, Facebook has finally opted out of Flash for video to offer a better user experience. Even Adobe has accepted and even encouraged the use of HTML5 for ...

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Why a Professional Website is So Important to Your Business

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It is no surprise that in 2016 every business needs an online presence. However, some may underestimate the importance of a well-designed, professional website. Here’s what you need to know as we begin another year in the world of technology and ecommerce:

Your Website is Your First Impression

Business has changed. Most companies no longer meet their customers at the door of a brick and mortar, putting their best face forward. Most consumers rely on the internet for researching products, services, and ...

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What is Open Source Software?

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Open source has become a familiar phrase in the technology world today. While some have confused the term with “free,” this is not entirely true, though open source software does give users a whole lot of “free”dom when it comes to applications and programs. However, open source is not without its own rules, regulations, and values that need to be adhered to in order to be successful.

Open source software allows developers and non-developers alike to use, modify, enhance, and share ...

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How Business Intelligence Can Help You Understand Your Customers And Increase Your Bottom Line

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Business intelligence, software tools and applications designed to collect and analyze data, has revolutionized the way companies are able to understand their business and their customers. In fact, there is something known as customer intelligence, which is essentially the use of business intelligence to capture customer information. This innovative technology allows you to understand your customers in ways that were never possible in the past.

There are a number of ways companies can utilize business intelligence to better understand their customers. We are now able to track customer behavior based on their purchasing habits, spending limits, frequency of purchases, and much more. This gives companies ...

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Another Year of Technology: The Evolution of Enterprise Software in 2015

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Each year we enjoy and endure a burying amount of advancements and changes in technology, and each year the speed of this evolution seems to surpass the last. For businesses today, this is a very good thing. The amount of data available to us, and the applications being created each day to analyze, interpret, and put it to use are staggering. This past year was no exception, bringing many significant changes to enterprise software.

Data itself is much of the driving ...

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Adobe Switches Gears, Encourages Use of New Web Standards

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For some time now, rumors of the demise of Flash have been swirling around at tornado speed. A plethora of technical issues and security scares have made the plug-in a slow sinking ship. Is Adobe ready to give up on Flash player altogether? Not quite yet, but they are certainly entertaining new ideas.

In a recent announcement, Adobe renamed Flash Professional to Adobe Animate CC as part of January’s Creative Cloud update. It seems they have embraced new web standards, particularly ...

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What is Test-Driven Development (TDD)?

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Software development is complicated, often comprised of a number of methods. Test-driven development is an advanced approach to the development process that relies on repetitive unit testing on source code. The point of this method is to write the code, step-by-step, testing along the way, rather than writing all the code at once and working out the bugs from the completed end code.

The tests run on a “red, green, refactor” model. Essentially, the code is first written with just enough ...

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Why Your Small Business Needs To Embrace Online Technology

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Every business today needs to have an online presence. In fact, many consumers would admit that companies without a website are less trustworthy and more difficult to access. Aside from a general online presence, businesses should be embracing online technology and using it to their advantage.

Technology Consulting

One of the best investments you can make is hiring a skilled technology consulting firm to guide you through aspects of your online business. This will also benefit you greatly when your company begins ...

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