Frameworks, Ruby, Web

Ruby web frameworks overview: any to compete with Ruby on Rails?

Ruby is a dynamic programming language that gains popularity year by year due to its simple syntax and effectiveness. There are many web frameworks written in Ruby. I’m pretty sure everybody heard of Ruby on Rails, but are there any other Ruby frameworks deserving attention and offering better options than Ruby on Rails does? With… Continue reading Ruby web frameworks overview: any to compete with Ruby on Rails?

Drupal, Microsoft, Sharepoint

SharePoint or Drupal: What is a wiser choice?

Today I would like to draw your attention towards Business viewpoint in comparison of SharePoint and Drupal.So let the story begin. Initially SharePoint was created as a document management system and has over time, through continuous expansion and new features, taken on some similarity to a content management system. So for today SharePoint is being positioned… Continue reading SharePoint or Drupal: What is a wiser choice?

Frameworks, Yii Framework, Zend framework

Yii Framework vs Zend framework 2

Zend Framework and Yii Framework are object oriented web application frameworks written in PHP. Over the recent years Yii has become extremely popular with the developers for implementing large scale secure and fast web applications, better to say, has become number 1 choice for many of them. However with the long-awaited release of Zend Framework… Continue reading Yii Framework vs Zend framework 2

Software localization

10 tips and best practices for software localization

Many companies seek to expand their business and provide software products for the worldwide market through localization (L10N) — translating or adapting a software product into different languages or for a specific country or region. Many localization attempts are met with frustration once the software is built: Text is garbled, fonts aren’t exact, encoding of… Continue reading 10 tips and best practices for software localization

Testing

Real world apps testing

The beauty of Internet-enabled applications is that it’s easy to add value with rich media, real-time monitoring, and other features. But with this flexibility comes new responsibilities for testing the “goodness” of applications in real-time situations. For instance, if employees are using mobile devices powered by Internet, app developers can no longer assume a stable… Continue reading Real world apps testing