HTML5 has got the phenomenal success among the developers. It has facilitated developers in organizing content in a more relevant manner with the new tags like <article>, <section>, <header> etc.
Developers enjoy freedom from using type attribute from tags like <link> and <script>. Though HTML5 has brought a paradigm shift in web programming, it has limitations in developing native apps on the web and some other issues.
Getting higher ranking on Google SERPs is a dream of every website owner. Once after launching a WordPress website, you need to optimize your site for getting your site indexed by Google.
It is impossible for Google to show your site or content in its search results if it hasn't indexed your site. Of course, all the time and efforts you invested should be paid off in terms of higher web traffic and increased revenues. So, make sure your website is properly crawled and indexed by Google.
Running an ecommerce web design business isn’t easy. You have to hit tight deadlines, satisfy demanding clients and sometimes turn down good leads because they don’t have enough budget.
You’re likely also used to the inefficiencies of working with a developer. The hours spent going back and forth to code your design into a pixel-perfect final site waste time and make projects more expensive. You also profit less, because you need to pay a developer for their work.
‘The world is going mobile’ is an outdated phrase, it’s a mobile world. When mobile searches surpass desktop searches at Google and when Google is all set to go ‘mobile first’ by creating a separate mobile index – you are assured that it’s truly a mobile world.
According to Smart Insights, 80% of Internet users own a Smartphone and 51% of the time spent with digital media in a day on mobile ( close to 3 hours ), more than the time spent on Desktop ( 42%). Though businesses understand the importance of going mobile and also have already made their presence, many businesses, due to lack of proper understanding of mobile users’ behavior and their needs, fail to properly fine-tune their mobile strategy, which results in no or partial success in tapping the potential of their mobile audience.
Should I choose Java?- It is secure; PHP is better- it’s flexible; Ruby would be much easier. These are some of the thoughts which every programmer tackle with at the inception of any website development project.
However, the big question is which one is the best ultimately? Here, I have picked up some widely used programming languages and tried to differentiate them on the basis of their ease of learning, flexibility, and security.