The titles for  blog posts are almost more important than the content itself. That will make readers decide whether they should click and read more or not. Nice titles will entice readers with promises and solutions. There should be a clear theme. While one may be interested in sea life, exotic travel destinations, little league […]

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Magento and WordPress although both, are content management systems, it is pretty clear that Magento was built particularly for e-commerce, while WordPress is all about publishing content and creating an informational website. Magento’s functionality overall is oriented toward a business structure and selling on the Internet. If one’s goal is to sell a large number […]

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Spree is an open source e-commerce platform powered by the popular  Ruby on Rails framework. It was designed to make customization and  upgrades as simple as possible. Spree Commerce is in only one edition and truly free. One will pay only for front end customization and additional functionalities one develop on the backend. The architecture of Spree […]

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Simple Object Access Protocol (SOAP), is a protocol specification for exchanging structured information in the implementation of Web Services in computer networks. Web service is way of communication between different type of applications. Web services are language independent and platform independent.   SOAP relies on Extensible Markup Language(XML) for its message format, and usually relies on […]

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#TypeScript #JavaScript #Java #JavaDevelopment #JavaApplications #MobileApplications #Node.js #APIs #Web Development TypeScript is a free and open-source programming language developed and maintained by Microsoft. It is a language for application-scale JavaScript development. It is a typed superset of JavaScript that compiles to plain JavaScript. It adds optional static typing and class-based object-oriented programming to the language. TypeScript is designed […]

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Java 9 is the latest version of Java. Here are some features that are available in Java 9::   Project Jigsaw Project Jigsaw is the modularization of Java. Basically, it means that programming code is broken up and organized into modules based upon the tasks that those modules execute. By doing this, modules are reusable and far […]

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  Drupal 8 has all the capabilities of the original one. From SEO friendliness to security, accessibility, community support, it has everything to make it the best platform for e-commerce web development. It has brought in a lot of changes. There are significant differences between Drupal 7 and Drupal 8. These differences doesn’t mean that one […]

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Features of Laravel 5.0 unlike Laravel 4:: The old app directory has been entirely removed. Controllers, middleware, and requests in Laravel 5.0 are now grouped under the app/Http  directory. A new app directory replaces the app/start  files from previous versions of Laravel 4.x. Application language files and views have been moved to the resources directory. […]

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Hybrid the smart way to develop apps. Native containers and plugins in technologies like Phonegap and Apache Cordova come handy. The HTML5, CSS, JavaScript codes can be turned into apps for any platform, using frameworks and technologies as such. Hybrid apps, as the name suggest give you the positives and negatives of both the apps […]

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Spring Boot a framework for packaging the spring application with sensible defaults. The main goal of Spring Boot Framework is to reduce Development, Unit Test and Integration Test time and to ease the development of Production ready web applications very easily compared to existing Spring Framework, which really takes more time. Spring boot is a […]

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