Nowadays lots of people want to get started their professional careers as web developers. The perspective of a really good income in the future and working in the IT sector, where the demand for people is very high (even for entry level jobs!) attracts many people to these kinds of jobs.
According to the research, there are between 500 and 2000 active general-purpose programming languages around the world. That's a crazy lot! Yet - the new languages still appear, dethroning some of the old ones. That's why as a self-aware developer you should keep an eye on the latest trends on the market because who knows, maybe the language that you are developing your apps in today, won't be as desirable in the future?
When you are looking for a software development partner for your app idea you obviously want to make sure, that your product will be developed in the best technology possible.
In a rapidly changing software development world you need to be ALWAYS up-to-date with your knowledge - that’s a fact. In that situation, buying books about programming may sound ridiculous. You may think, that when they are leaving a publishing house they are already outdated. But is it really true?
77% of users wil abandon your app completely within three days of installing it.
Do you want to keep up-to-date with Ruby on Rails? Great! You're in the right place. Recently, I did some research among RoR Developers working at the Railwaymen and discovered the best blogs with high-quality knowledge.
Whether you're looking to surface the best of what's new or you want to get familiar with the experiences that other experts have had with the open-source framework, this article is for you.
The clash of titans: Airbnb and Basecamp versus Facebook and Yahoo! The first two were built with Ruby on Rails, the next with PHP. But whose right? What side are you on?
Although Ruby on Rails (RoR) is almost 15 years old, nothing indicates that this framework will disappear from the world of programming. As a software house having over 20 RoR developers on board, we recognize it as a well-tested, stable, safe technology for web app development. According to BuiltWith reports almost 2 million websites are with RoR.
In my opinion (from developer POV) Google Chrome is the best browser nowadays. One of its best features is supporting almost all of the latest trends and technologies exist in JS world. It also supports Shadow DOM API which is the topic of this post.