‘The world is going mobile’ is an outdated phrase, it’s a mobile world.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.
Technology is constantly evolving. It frequently surprises everyone with its amazing ability to bring forth enhancements to improve the quality of files we work with on a daily basis.
One such file is the mp3. Ever since its invention, the mp3 file has become a staple when it comes to music and great quality files of extremely reduced sizes. It is still in use today and, by the looks of it, will continue its reign as a favorite audio format for quite some time to come.
This is undeniably a great time for having an internet-based business. The reason for that is WordPress.
This amazing platform that lets anyone, regardless of their technical skill levels, create something to express themselves in an imaginative way that brings out their best traits and allows them to tell their stories just as they see fit.
For business owners, each and every day means thinking about various aspects of their business, and there are also a lot of different things that have to be done on a daily basis.
Naturally, with so many things on your mind and so many tasks on your hands, there are some things that simply slip through, or are seen as less important due to the fact that they come up less often, and are completely ruled out.