All of these mobile devices were supposed to make our jobs easier. On a flight? Edit your presentation from your tablet at 10,000 feet. Working from home? Review a time-sensitive document on your smartphone. This was the popular narrative on-the-go workers told themselves, and it was a good story - but it was a fictitious… Continue reading The End of the Mobile Device Workflow Problem
Responsive web design isn’t the future, it’s the present In our humble opinion it’s late to debate whether responsive web design is the future because it’s already the present of everybody’s business represented online. Consumer/client behavior has been changing. According to statistics and analysts’ predictions, for instance, for the first time since 2001, PC sales… Continue reading Responsive web design vs mobile web development: advantages and challenges. HTML5’s momentum and Best tools for responsive web design
Today comparing software on a market is a difficult task. Each product comes from a market / technology niche with great specific features developed by passionate people and open source lovers. There is no doubt the most appropriate CMS will depend on what one is trying to use it for, but let us try to… Continue reading In Pursuit of the Best Open Source Java CMS
The stumbling block for many companies and the reason why organizations fall behind in the planning and pre-planning stages of big data, appears to be confusion on how best to make big data work for the company and pay off competitively. With all the talk about rapid deployment and breakneck business change, there can be… Continue reading How to overcome Big Data’s main stumbling block
There are many good open-source CMSs for web development. TYPO 3 is one of them. Although it is considered to be a really powerful CMS, but does it mean it serves well? Will it be appropriate for your website? Why use it and not some other CMS? To answer all these questions let’s try to… Continue reading TYPO3: why use it?