All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘web development’

Treehouse Is Growing, Is About To Offer Android Courses

Web design and development site Treehouse is gaining users. Users that are willing to pay at least $25 a month to build their skills. Over the weekend, Treehouse surpassed 12,000 users. “That’s not just 12,000 folks signed up to an email list for free classes they don’t get much out of,” the company tells WebProNews. “That’s 12,000 students paying $25/month …

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Netflix Is Now Streaming Content To You Via IPv6

The global launch of IPv6 last month went without a hitch. All the companies involved can pat themselves on the back for a job well done. While some of the companies haven’t fully detailed their involvement in the launch, Netflix has been surprisingly open about the challenges of dealing with IPv6. The launch of IPv6 for Netflix was all about …

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Sit A Spell And Let Me Tell You The Tale Of HTML5 [Infographic]

Since its introduction in 2008, HTML5 has been heralded as the future of the Web. No longer would we be held back by individual plugins like Flash. The Web would be a free and open place with the many APIs provided by HTML5 leading the way. Where did the Web revolution start and where is it going? Let this lovely …

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Google I/O Lingers On In The Hearts And Minds Of Android Developers

Android developers, take note: Google I/O still has plenty of goodies for you. After all the previous video tutorials and information sessions, you can still take on some Android development knowledge, right? Google has uploaded some great videos that covers everything Android from developing Android apps that use Web APIs to how to best use NFC and Android Beam. The …

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These 2 Google I/O Videos Will Teach You All About The Dart Programming Language

Google has been uploading tons of videos of sessions from Google I/O, and these two deal specifically with the Dart programming language, so if you’re looking to learn more about it, and were unable to attend the event, you’re in luck. The first video is from the session: Dart – A Modern Web Language. Here’s the video’s description: The two …

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Google Shows Developers How To Be On Target With Dart

Google’s open source programming language, Dart, was one of the few things that didn’t get a lot of love from Google’s main keynotes. It was to be expected as Dart isn’t exactly the most exciting of subjects for the press. The press is now gone though and developers are taking over. Time for some Dart action. Google has been pushing …

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Event Pages Keep Chrome Slim And Running Strong

I don’t use a lot of Chrome extensions, but I use a lot of Firefox extensions. I’m going to assume that extensions add a lot of weight to both browsers. It’s worse when you realize that half of those extensions are only used some of the time, yet are still adding to the memory that is being used. Firefox still …

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Google Talks Dart Editor Before I/O Starts

Can you believe that Google I/O is almost upon us? The gaming industry had their E3 and Apple had their WWDC, but now it’s Google’s time to shine. What are we going to see? More Google Glasses or maybe even a Google tablet? Google doesn’t care about any of that right now and neither should you. You need to get …

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Mozilla Thimble Makes Web Page Design Simple

If you’re reading this, that means that you consume the Web in some fashion. You read, watch and play with all sorts of neat things all over the Internet. Do you create the Web though? A lot less people do that because code is complicated. Mozilla has an answer and it might help turn the Web from a culture of …

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CDNPAL Kickstarter Project Aims To Build Search Engine Using Facebook’s Open Graph

This week, we reported on a Kickstarter project called Gooey Search, which strives to be a “Google on steroids (with privacy). While poking around through Kickstarter, we noticed another search engine project in the works called CDNPAL, billed as “an American search alternative to Google.” “There are problems with PageRank and Rankdex in that pages linked to by high ranking …

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Google Apps Script Gets Libraries And Versions

Google Apps Script is a powerful tool for automation. It has a few downsides like not being able to save certain queries that you might call for multiple scripts It also doesn’t make it easy to take changes to XML formats into account when updating old script. Google has a few ideas to make these processes a little easier. Gustavo …

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Adobe ColdFusion 10 Launches With Increased HTML5 Support

After coming off of the successful launch of Creative Suite 6, Adobe has not been resting on its laurels. They’re back again with another product release that should go hand-in-hand with CS6’s HTML5 features. Adobe announced today that ColdFusion 10 is available to Web developers. If you’re familiar with ColdFusion, then you should know that it’s Adobe’s server side technology …

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