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Discover Just How Powerful The Drupal Database Can Be

by Jack Dawson November 09, 2015
Drupal is a really powerful content management system (CMS). This is why it has been a hot topic of discussion for a while now. It is impossible to talk about content management systems without mentioning the likes of Drupal, WordPress and Joomla.

Why choose a dedicated server for your web site

by Vanessa December 22, 2010
The web hosting industry has developed many solutions for web businesses looking to create an online presence. Many different solutions exist based upon the needs of the business in growth, space or bandwidth needed, and ability to self administrate. The dedicated server hosting solution is best used for businesses on a growth spiral, who need full control of their administrative privileges, with an audience or customer base large enough to justify the expenses of full server maintenance.

How Ajax Works With J2EE And Scripting Languages

by Anne Catherine November 12, 2007
Here I am going to discuss the benefits of the Ajax application using J2EE and scripting and the advantage of using them together.

Using Ajax for Web Application Development: What Businesses Need to Know

by Francis Wong September 14, 2007
Lately, you may have been hearing more and more about Ajax and begun to wonder how it could be beneficial to your business's web application development projects. First, it is important to start with an understanding of this type of web programming. While the concept is not new - it has existed since 1998 - the term did not come into being until February 2005, when Jesse James Garrett coined it as a way to shorten the combination of three technologies that he was going to be using for web application development: Asynchronous JavaScript and XML. This recent phrasing may partially explain why Ajax programming has become such a hot concept for businesses to explore.

The Low-Down On JavaScript

by David Sielicki August 24, 2007
JavaScript first emerged in 1996 and was a programming language written by Brendan Eich for Netscape. Initially, it was developed so the code could be embedded in Web pages so it could process numbers and modify the contents of forms. Over the years, the use of JavaScript code has increased exponentially and is now used in a great many ways, including image manipulation and mouse-over effects etc. Although it is now such a popular programming language in it’s own right, there are few minor niggles and issues to be aware of.

The Future of Web Accessibility

by Trenton Moss August 20, 2007
It's been seven years since the W3C released the first version of the web content accessibility guidelines (WCAG 1.0). Since then, accessibility has slowly but surely turned up on the radar of web managers in most large organisations.

Pros and Cons of Flash-based Sites

by Colin Stables June 04, 2007
Flash's ActionScript opens up a vast field of possibilities. Programmers and designers have used Flash to create interactive features ranging from very lively feedback forms to attractive Flash-based games. This whole new level of interactivity will always leave visitors coming back for more.

JavaScript Implementation of Hashtable

by Uzi Refaeli May 03, 2007
Very often there is a need to use a data structure that keeps parameters in a form of key-value.

Speed Up Your Javascript Load Time

by Kalid Azad February 26, 2007
Javascript is becoming increasingly popular on websites, from loading dynamic data via AJAX to adding special effects to your page.

Is Your Website Hackable: Why You Need to Worry

by Kevin J Vella February 13, 2007
The recent attacks directed towards UCLA and the TJX Group have sent wild shockwaves that set many organizations rethinking their security infrastructures. This article highlights prominent hacking episodes of December 2006 and provides much needed statistics on web application hacking.

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