Category Archives: Web Development

Top 21 Best Free CSS3 Frameworks for Web Development

best-css-frameworksIf you want to learn more about professional CSS web design, take a moment to read how GitHub uses CSS to deliver a seamless browsing experience to hundreds of millions of developers and designers across the globe, and how Medium has managed to build a blogging platform that’s minimal, yet follows a concise style guide to ensure lasting nature. Continue reading

Useful List of Responsive Navigation and Menu Patterns

responsive-navigationHaving functional navigation that works on both mobile and desktop platforms is challenging.

  • Should the mobile have fewer navigation options?
  • Will the user figure out how to use it?
  • What if you are converting an existing desktop site?

Fortunately there is a growing number of stunning examples and tutorials to be found. Even with these it’s still difficult! Continue reading

10 lightweight Foundation and Bootstrap alternatives you should use

bootstrap alternativeThere are a handful of alternatives that are much leaner than Bootstrap or Foundation. Most of these frameworks ship with just the right amount of styles and components to help you get started, while allowing you to be able to extend them in the direction you want for your project.

Perhaps, you want to go with popular choices like Bootstrap or Foundation, but if your website is going to be a fairly simple one, you won’t be needing most of the building blocks and materials included in the default package.

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The Languages And Frameworks You Should Learn In 2016

the-languages-and-frameworks-you-should-learn-in-2016A lot happened in the software development world in 2015. There were new releases of popular programming languages, new versions of important frameworks and new tools. You will find a short list of the new releases that we think are the most important below, together with suggestions for the things we believe would be a great investment of your time to learn in 2016. Continue reading

Choosing a Front End Framework: Angular vs. Ember vs. React

angular 2.0As front end engineers, we live in exciting times. The big three of Front End Frameworks are all approaching or have had major new releases. Ember released 2.0 less than two months ago by making it a stealthily easy upgrade from its previous version. Just a couple weeks ago React released 0.14, a major step on its march to 1.0. AngularConnect, a conference in London later this week, will likely shine light on Angular 2’s timeline. Continue reading

How to Build Responsive Banner Ads with HTML5

HTML5_Logo_512Build once, display everywhere. To build responsive banner ads using HTML5 gets more into the focus the more mobile web users surf the web on different devices. Responsive banner designs make it easy to fit on any screen or device. Learn more about HTML5, the benefits that responsive banner ads will bring to you and why everybody is heading towards mobile.
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3 Options for Creating Mobile Apps Without Coding

Creating Mobile AppsThere was a time when mobile application development was only for the elite programmer (i.e. people who knew the native platform language). With the dawn of hybrid mobile application technology, it was possible to create mobile applications using HTML, CSS and JavaScript. Hybrid application development made it possible for non-mobile developers to get their hands dirty with mobile app development.

But what about those people who don’t have any prior programming knowledge? Can they make a mobile applications on their own? Continue reading

Best Free Bootstrap Editors For Web Developers

best-bootstrap-editorMany skilful people are involved in the web development industry to meticulously design and develop websites that can suffice the prime notions and requirements. Web development field is a massively growing technology and with its advent, it has been considered as a full time profession and professionals all across the globe are excelling in it. Such professionals work day and night and designed numerous toolkits to customize the framework to furnish an easy platform. Continue reading

2 essential rules for working online with remote clients

Working with remote clientsAs a designer, you might go through school or online training with the expectation of working face to face with your clients. While this is usually the case, especially if you work in-house, you should still be prepared to work remotely with clients. It’s more than a little different from working with a local client.

When you start your own business, or even if you freelance on the side, you’re going to need a website. This isn’t anything unexpected, but this is one of the likeliest ways to get remote clients. Advertising locally will bring you local clients, but the web is open world-wide. This means that if your site ranks well enough, or you’ve built enough backlinks to your site from other places, people all over the United States will be contacting you. I’ve never really cared where my clients came from, as long as they were pleasant to work with, and paid me on time. Continue reading

50 Free eBooks for Web Designers & Developers

Free eBooks for web designersThere are thousands of free ebooks available for web designers and developers online. There has been no language, no point of discussion, or no trend that has not, at one time or another, been extensively explored and analyzed, and eventually published into a book. The great news is quite a lot of these books are available for free! And I have collected my 50 favorites for you! Continue reading