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The Web 2.0 Effect: The Characteristics of a Web 2.0 Website

by Maria Markella April 02, 2007
The term web2.0 was originally presented by O'Reilly Media (a well known media company publishing books and websites on various computer technology topics). It's a term that refers to a new generation of websites (social networking websites, wiki-based websites etc). These websites take advantage of web application technologies and give web users the ability to collaborate and share their experiences, views, opinions and interests while they surf the web.

A Few Secrets You Need to Know about Client-Side Scripting

by Jim Corkern March 19, 2007
JavaScript is an object based scripting language that offers cross platform operation across the span of the world wide web. JavaScript provides a means of embedding interactive paths and intelligence within HTML documents.

What is Ajax?

by Ajay Sharma March 05, 2007
Like DHTML, LAMP, or SPA, Ajax is not a technology in itself, but a term that refers to the use of a group of technologies together. In fact, derivative/composite technologies based substantially upon Ajax, such as AFLAX, are already appearing. The Term AJAX refers to Asynchronous JavaScript and XML.

Benefits Of An Accessible Website: Part 2 - The Business Case

by Trenton Moss February 06, 2007
Some organisations are making accessibility improvements to their websites, but many are seemingly not making the accessibility adjustments. Disabled people don't access their website, they say, so why should they care?

Add Dynamic Touches to Your Website Using JavaScript

by Sergio Roth December 19, 2006
You’re not a programmer but you have a website. Would you like to add some JavaScript to it to make it look more dynamic and appealing?

Web Application Development

by The AVS Group November 30, 2006
Prototyping is one of the most important aspects of our development process. We consider the act of prototyping to be a risk mitigation strategy. If approached correctly, we believe that prototyping can reduce the risks in development. In addition, by reducing risks we are often able to reduce project costs.

Learning the Basics of JavaScript

by Amrit Hallan November 29, 2006
If you have a fair idea of how C/C++ is done, you'll find JavaScripting to be a cakewalk. Even otherwise, it is not such a big deal provided you have all your logic worked out prior to getting your hands dirty.

How To Hire A Web Developer

by David Risley November 24, 2006
Today, most businesses want a website. Some already have one. Others want one. They don't want to hire IT staff and probably can't afford any. And in most cases, an in-house IT staff, especially for your typical small business, just isn't necessary. But, that doesn't mean that you have to go without or will be forced to use some cookie cutter website or a personal Frontpage experiment gone awry.

A Profitable Web 2.0 Project Developed In 24 Hours?

by Paul Fisher November 17, 2006
So, it's 7am and I've got a plan. The new pressures I face in life (work responsibilities, family etc) have been dealt with and I have a clear 24 hours ahead of me. An idea for a site has been kicking round in my head ever since I sold a site last year. This site was a very specialist software comparison site that generated referral commissions and Adsense income. It was an excellent earner and I’ve wanted to recreate that success, but on a larger scale.

Privacy And Security Features Of Internet Explorer

by uCertify November 16, 2006
Internet Explorer provides a number of security and privacy features. These features allow users to personalize the Web browsing experience and restrict people from accessing unauthorized information.

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