Software Development

E-commerce tips: Future proofing your Magento website for better UX

What is an e-commerce site without mobile-ready designs? Obviously antique! Mobile devices are the present and the future of e-commerce and marketing. Mobile users took over desktop traffic a long time ago. Irrespective of your website builder platform and CMS, you need to take a step towards optimizing your website for your mobile using customers right now. A good mobile-ready site is easy, light, fast and navigation-friendly.

Why is jQuery a Preferred Development Software and How Can You Make It More SEO-Friendly?

Web developers and programmers are always in search of new tools and procedures that will improve the performance of their websites. They also need to learn and implement search engine-friendly techniques to ensure that their sites are adequately optimized and able to perform as per the latest Google algorithm updates.

Sensorpro announce a new capability to help marketing teams meet GDPR requirements

Now Marketers can easily design a Subscriber experience with signup forms, welcome emails and website code that can be used right away.

"GDPR is important to our pan-European deployment," said Sam Giles, Applications Analyst at WD40. "The Sensorpro GDPR capability with multi-language Signup forms & Subscriber activity dashboard are important tools that help compliance requirements."

The Sensorpro GDPR module includes:

Redgate enhances DevOps offering with major SQL Server monitoring upgrade

Cambridge UK, Tuesday, 27 March, 2018 - Redgate Software, the leading Microsoft SQL Server tools vendor, has taken another step forward in its quest to make database DevOps easier to adopt. Its proactive monitoring tool, SQL Monitor, now fully integrates with the deployment tools in Redgate’s portfolio, to provide an at-a-glance view of exactly what change was deployed and when.

My question to Mozilla: Whose web is it anyway?

Mozilla, the makers of Firefox, just announced that they are looking to block in-page popups (also known as overlays). These are the kind of things that commonly interrupt you to ask you to sign up to newsletters or to 'Like on Facebook'. In-page popups are very different to the traditional (and much more intrusive) popups which all popular browsers now all block, something that isn't at all controversial.

Merrill Corporation secures Axios North America Project of the Year with DevOps Initiatives

Washington D.C., USA – February 20, 2018: Axios Systems, one of the world’s leading providers of “fit-for-purpose” IT Service Management (ITSM) and IT Operations Management (ITOM) solutions, is delighted to present its Project of the Year award to Merrill Corporation, an Information Technology and Services Organization.

Chris Graham: Why Google AMP is a threat to the Open Web

Like others in the IT community, I have become increasingly concerned with Google's behavior with their AMP technology.

For those who aren't really aware what AMP is, it's Google's proprietary solution for speeding up mobile pages. Webmasters implement AMP, which is a kind of Google-sanctified and Google-code-driven version of your webpage. It works very well and solves an important problem. Often when you search Google on a mobile device it will show AMP articles at the top of the results, so you get access to fast content first, which is reasonable in and of itself.

8 App Marketing Trends to Watch Out for in 2018 Mitesh Patel Tue, 02/06/2018 - 06:23

In many ways, 2017 was an exciting year when it comes to mobile apps development and marketing. Mobile apps graduated from being an optional investment to a necessity and now companies cannot simply afford to lose on sizable revenue generated by them. The number of free apps downloaded stands at mind-boggling 254 billion, which is enough to ring some bells. An important question to be asked here is that how is mobile app marketing shape up in the year 2018? Here is a detailed look at the trends to watch out for.

Bootstrap: The Framework's What, Why, and How

A lot of people talk about Bootstrap, but you know what it's for? You may even know it as a front-end framework, but do you know who it's designed for, whether it's worth studying, or if it's something outdated? In this article, we'll try to answer all these questions. In addition to knowing more about Bootstrap, you'll know the framework's strengths and weaknesses and what makes it a great tool for when working with front-end web development.

OutSystems Announces New Styles Editor, Finishes 2017 with Flurry of Low-Code Innovation

London - 3rd January, 2018 - OutSystems, provider of the number one low-code development platform, today announced that it delivered six new releases of its flagship development environment in the fourth quarter. OutSystems has added a variety of new and innovative features to the product, further simplifying and accelerating how enterprise software is built. The latest innovation is a styles editor built directly into the visual development environment that dramatically reduces UX development time.