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If you’re planning to enter the world of web development, it won’t hurt to follow some expert advice. Whether you’re new to development or an industry veteran, it’s important to always stay up-to-date on the continuously emerging technologies, expanding libraries, and the latest frameworks and techniques. Here are some web development blogs that the developer team at Asahi Technologies have drawn inspiration from and have frequently used to bolster their work.
2. HTML5 Doctor
HTML 5 Doctor publishes articles related to HTML5, its semantics, and its usage. Their Ask the Doctor section is reserved for users looking to understand the specifics of HTML5. HTML5 Doctor is a great resource for everything HTML5, and it is a great blog for learning the latest techniques used in popular web development formats. As a source of information, the comments section is particularly helpful—something you don’t see often on blogs.
4. A List Apart
A List Apart is an amazing web development blog with a huge variety of content on topics such as code, content, design, industry and business, process, and user experience. Their Interaction Design, Workflow & Tools, and HTML articles are very detailed and are perfect for web developers looking to learn the intricacies of web development.
6. GitHub Blog
If you’re a developer you’re probably already using GitHub for version control, but if you haven’t checked out their blog yet, then you’re missing out on some great web development content. We find the GitHub repo and the plethora of tutorials on GitHub Blog to be particularly useful and insightful. The GitHub Blog is updated nearly every day, sometimes twice a day if something new or fresh needs reporting. So you might want to add this one to your RSS feed (we recommend Feedly).
8. jQuery Blog
The jQuery blog is a great news source for jQuery news updates, events, projects, and UI information. It’s everything you need to know about jQuery and serves as the official blog for this popular front-end tool.
9. The StackOverflow Blog
On this blog, which covers almost every aspect of web development, you will find great surveys, statistics, news articles, tutorials, and insights into upcoming projects. We highly recommend this blog for news blog posts.
Igvita is a blog by Ilya Grigorik, a Google’s web performance engineer. His articles are heavily focused on web performance and security. Although updates on the site are not frequent, his content is amazing; so don’t miss it.
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4 digital solutions to address common application performance issues
High network latency, memory leaks, slow page loads, heavy CPU usage, and unresponsive servers are all typical performance issues we’ve experienced at some point when using or accessing digital applications. With how easy they occur in projects across verticals, you might be wondering whether the development teams behind these programs have done enough due diligence prior to the release. But human errors and oversight aren’t always the culprit. The reality is that while developers can strive to develop a fully functioning program with virtually no apparent faults upon delivery, no software is truly error-free. Even the most rigorously tested applications
6 useful tips for creating more robust application lifecycle management
As digital technology becomes the norm, software acquisition is now key to gaining a competitive edge in today’s market. Be it as a value offering tailored to consumers or a productivity tool to run complex processes, custom software undeniably helps companies drive growth and deliver value more efficiently. Just as necessary as having a proprietary application is prescribing a standard procedure to govern and maintain its utility. This is to ensure that your business can develop or adopt the right type of software—one that can fully cater to your business needs while keeping disruption to a minimum across critical milestones.
5 major roadblocks businesses must overcome when transitioning into a new software environment
As the business landscape becomes increasingly saturated, staying ahead of the curve often means embracing disruptive technologies to meet the fickle market demands. In most cases, this entails knowing when to pivot your current strategy to an entirely new solution. But recognizing the importance of digital shift is one thing; implementing the necessary IT upgrade is another. A global survey by Deloitte has found that although 87% of companies manage to identify the impact of digital trends on their industries, only 44% have adequately prepared for the coming disruptions. This vast disconnect between organizational expectations and conditions in the field
Is cloud computing the answer to better software development?
Cloud computing is perhaps not a term often heard in daily conversations, but it is one with a far-reaching impact on our technological needs. From expansive options of online data storage to numerous suites of web-based productivity tools like Google Workspace, nearly everyone has used a cloud-enabled technology. Over the last decade, this high degree of versatility also underpins the rapid cloud uptake among businesses. In fact, one survey has found that 94% of companies have already shifted their computing workloads on cloud platforms to varying extents. Unsurprisingly, the market size for cloud technology continues to grow exponentially. With a