As you read this article, there are high chances you have access to this article on your iPhone, Android device, be it a tablet or smartphone, or even your BlackBerry! What you may be unaware about is the survival of the fittest war constantly raging within your palms and it always boils down to the main debate amongst all the iPhone app developers and Android app developers around the world - Who's the winner when it comes to HTML5 applications v/s Native applications?
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Every now and then the idea of changing the web app to the mobile app strikes our mind. Well, of course, it is very obvious this idea has striked to every last person having a web app. Going mobile is essential, especially today when we all, at some point of time, feel that apps should be available, workable and that can save us time. What can be done? Well, on-the-go facilities have always been appreciated.
Apps have made mobile devices more useful and undoubtedly have become the 'In' thing. Anyone who uses a smartphone knows what an application is, in short we call it 'app'. There are numerous utilities of apps, and no area is untouched where the applications are not offering the plethora of benefits to its users. So, if you're a writer and a smartphone user, then the treasure of some beneficial apps is not far from you. With the arrival of smartphones, iPads, tablets that support word processing capabilities, the opportunities to express and enrich one's writing skills are booming.
Years ago, we had doctors - just doctors. They practiced every kind of medicine, had small offices, and even made house calls. We called them general practitioners. As the field of medicine grew and research and knowledge expanded, doctors began to specialize. Now we go to one doctor for ear, nose and throat issues; we go to another for skin issues; we go to others for issues with any of our major internal organs. When companies began to establish a presence on the Internet, they hired web designers to create those websites - general practitioners of sorts.
Successful freelance web developers all seem to follow a rather similar path, and they tend to advise others to do as they have done. First, they have a history of development and networking within their professional community; next they have continually improved their skills, keeping current with coding and other sub-skill sets; and third, they have what is often called an "entrepreneurial spirit" - that passion to be on their own and to be independently responsible for their own growth. Developers who are missing any of these elements are embarking on risky business as freelancers.
The world of CMS is getting crowded. Choosing one to meet your business needs will depend upon what you need that system to do right now and what you anticipate you will need as you grow. Just like grocery shopping, you need to make a list - you don't want to buy stuff you don't need (there's lots of eye-candy out there); on the other hand, you need certain items in order to prepare the meals you have planned. While not comprehensive, here are 9 basic functionalities you will need to consider as you explore your options.
Your website's success or failure or in other words lack of interest by users is solely determined by its usability - not the visual design. Since it is your user who clicks on the mouse or taps on his device to scroll through your website and take decisions, user-centric design is the main focus and standard approach when it comes to successful and web design that rakes in high amount of profits. After all, if users cannot use a feature or zoom into a certain section of your website, they might as well shun it away which is nothing but bad news for you and your iPhone app developers.
Engagement is a key buzzword when designing marketing strategies for tradeshow events. Technology features have become a major part of tradeshow displays for innovative exhibitors, helping to enhance recognition for brands, products, and companies. To help determine the best marketing investments for your next show, we created a list detailing seven of the top tech trends that are becoming tradeshow industry standards!
As a web designer, you know that it is a good idea to review your preferred tools every once in a while. By doing this, you can determine which tools are valuable to you, and which tools can be discarded. It's also a good idea to take the time to review tools that you haven't been using in order to determine if it's time to upgrade your toolkit for the next year. The following eight tools can be used by designers and their teams to assist them successfully perform many of the tasks required in the web design process. Check them out.
Top-notch brands invest a lot when it comes to the reputation management of their brand(s). Pick any brand you like and imagine all the hard work they have been through to establish the current reputation they have online. Why go far? Just look up yourself on Google and you will find a Facebook page, probably a LinkedIn account. There are also other sources that you may have not heard of but they have some information on you.