For People Who Know Just Enough jQuery To Get By
HTTPS, HTTP over TLS, has been around since 1994, and has been well adopted by the security sensitive web — online banking, shopping, taxes and more. However, the vast majority of websites (est. 81% to 97%) continue to communicate using clear (unencrypted) HTTP — no matter how insecure that is.
Paul Irish looks into the loading performance of the Reddit mobile site. An amazing amount of tips that can be used for your next performance audit.
Paying for something online with a credit card is simple, right? Yes and no. Yes, because we’ve been doing it since the early days of the Internet (e.g. Amazon), and no, because no two credit card forms are alike.
Responsive Web Design builds on the primary design principle underlying the web’s core usefulness and growth: universality. A content out approach that is device agnostic makes your responsive website future friendly as it will in theory work on any device. The web wins the more viewable your website is. By adapting our responsive websites to work with multiple languages we can further increase the number of users who are able to use our content.
We compare and contrast three platforms--Facebook AppLinks, UseButton's Deep Linking SDK and Tapstream's Deferred Linking--that enable deep linking for iOS.
How do you search for a value quickly? Create an index. What do you have to remember to do when joining two tables together? Create an index. How do you speed up a SQL statement that’s beginning to run slowly? Create an index. But what are indexes, exactly? And how do they speed up our database searches?
URLs are the most basic but important part of any web applications. Majorly developed as part of MVC framework, the URL routing module is a native part of ASP.NET framework now. The same component provides services to both web forms and MVC applications though through a slightly different API.