Swift, a powerful and intuitive programming language for iOS: Apple

It’s been a day Apple introduces iOS 8 Yosemite and swiftly, Swift programming language for iOS gets introduced at WWDC. Swift, a new programming language, announced by Apple for designing and developing apps that runs on Apple iOS devices and Apple Macintosh computers. Swift is expected replace the existing Objective-C which is now used to […]

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Birth & Rise of Google

GOOGLE – a word everyone knows. Google has replaced the word ‘Search’ with ‘Google it’! That’s power. And Google Inc. has become undoubtedly the most influential companies among the world. Why not? Google search receives 3.5 Billion queries per day. In 1997 Google.com was registered officially and followed by Google image search in the year […]

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Responsive Design Website for 2014: Why it is important – infographic

In one of my earlier post (this one) we discussed about the ‘how to’ responsive design of e-commerce website. In the below infographic we are looking into ‘why’ responsive design of websites. If you are not sure of what Responsive website design means then Responsive design will automatically fit any screen size you are using, […]

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Java Design Pattern: Cheatsheet

Java Design Pattern CheatSheet This is a wonderful cheatsheet to remember 23 GOF design patterns, nice colors makes it look good on your desk as well. I have also covered some of the design pattern mentioned in this list, so if you need an example you can find on below articles as well: Factory pattern […]

Marquee with CSS and Jquery

Marquee tag (‘< marquee >‘) one quite well-known tag pre-HTML5 era. As time went on, people did not care about this. What makes it standalone is its concept still lives on. Today, marquee tag support has been deprecated. But at some point of time we need that same scrolling effect, be it from right, left, […]

No. of options inversely proportionate to conversions rate: Infographic from Quicksprout

Thinking of giving maximum options to your visitors and users? This could be a bad idea. Yes, a bad idea according to Quicksprout’s Neil Patel. This was during his case study he acquired this knowledge and has put this ‘HOW & WHY’ in a beautiful infographic way. Have a look at… Thanks to Neil Patel, […]