Even if you only build websites using CMSs, you've probably heard the word "framework" before. You've probably also heard of a few famous web frameworks, including Ruby on Rails, Django and Bootstrap. Many experienced web developers build websites using frameworks and often find them easier and enjoyable to use. In this article, we're going to… Continue reading Using Frameworks to Build Websites and Web Applications
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?
Debates about which programming language is the best are always hard and heated. Likewise, there’s no ideal language that works for all web application project requirements. Wikipedia is written in PHP. Gmail is written in Java. Python is number one choice of Google and YouTube. Ruby is used to create Twitter and Hulu. Slashdot is… Continue reading Best Web programming languages: Python and Ruby. Are they worthy rivals for the title against PHP?
Nowadays there are dozens of Java web frameworks. Many of them serve the same purpose and so I have tried to elaborate just on the most popular and typical in functions ones in my post The Best Java Web Framework. Although I didn’t seek to cover all the frameworks and mentioned that in the post,… Continue reading What are the Grails Advantages over other Java Web Frameworks?
Java has been around for a while. Soon after its initial inception, Sun started to push the platform towards the web. Now many years later, there are dozens of web frameworks and every now and then the same question pops up: which Java web framework is best. No framework is perfect, they all have their… Continue reading The Best Java Web Framework