Archive for May, 2016

Ruby, Ruby, Ruby, Ruby! What’s New?

What is Ruby on Rails? Despite the Kaiser Chiefs’ song claiming the simple requirements from Ruby, “There is nothing I need, except the function to breathe”, the demands of users has driven the continued development of the Ruby on Rails framework.  283 versions in the making and Ruby 5.0.0.rc1 was released as of the start of May. Already 30,000 apps have upgraded to this, although this is a rather small amount compared to the 67,709,164 downloads the software boasts. Either way it’s.

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Google SERP Changes

Whilst you might not recognise the term, everyone here is familiar with a Google SERP (Search Engine Results Page). On the off chance of any confusion, it looks like this … As you can see, there are a number of links, URLs and descriptions that line up nicely underneath my search. Due to the limited amount of space available on the page, there are restrictions on the volume of content that can be displayed. Google has until recently capped these as: 50-60 characters.

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Has Microsoft Lost Its Edge?

Edge is Microsoft’s latest attempt to recapture its dwindling market share of web browser users. It began as a project to improve the rendering engine inside Internet Explorer (IE), as its rendering engine is nearly 20 years old, but issues snowballed with a large number of browser bugs and outdated code. Realising this, Microsoft repurposed their efforts and took Edge back to the drawing board as a completely new and separate browser. In reality, the initial entry to market was disappointing, Edge was in a.

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Wix – A Quick Fix for Your Website Needs?

The web development space is one with furious competition. With the enhanced user experiences available and the growing number of tech confident users, the space for Do It Yourself websites has seen a large amount of growth in recent years. Many of the common Content Management Systems (CMS) are designed to empower users without the need of developers; Wix on the other hand has a platform that eliminates development all together. Founded in 2006, Wix has been widely well received. PCMag.com rate.

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