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The King is Dead all hail the King! That’s it for Flash, during the last Quarter of 2016; Chrome came down hard and started blocking Flash content. If a user still wants to see Flash content on a website. The user will have to put it on an exclusive “White List” and Chrome will allow the content. But, Flash is on borrowed time. HTML5 technology has progressed far beyond where Flash is today. HTML5 uses less battery power on mobiles and laptops along with the fact that HTML5 runs cleaner and the animation is smooth and less choppy than Flash…

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Today’s article gears mainly for the WordPress developers out there, and if you are a casual user of WordPress, the information here is a bit technical, and you might have trouble following along. But, you are welcome to do so if you like. All of you are probably aware that the WordPress developers have released version 4.5 of WP. There are 317 bug fixes and dozens of new hooks. They also made the features as plugin-first. So, if you are a developer, you need to check out the new features before starting any new WordPress projects as they have a…

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PHP (Hypertext Preprocessor) is today’s number one open source programming language for the server-side of websites. Many of the biggest websites such as Wikipedia, WordPress, and Facebook are all running PHP. It has powerful features, simple to use, a high level of security, and that it runs on almost any server platform and OS. The PHP language has a PHP interpreter that uses the server’s resources to read the PHP scripts, and this limits it to running on a server. To get it to run on a PC, you need to download a server emulator like Xampp. When you are…

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Bye Bye IE, Hello Edge… The older versions of Internet Explorer were a big pain in the neck for web developers. Mostly because when developing websites, developers had to create web pages that work no matter what, platform screen size, and browser. The problem with Explore was that it did not want to play nice with the Internet community like other browsers. Things became doubly difficult for developers, as they had to devote more time to writing code to follow the convoluted ins and outs that Microsoft used in their browser, which ignored web standards that everyone else was using.…

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Since the rails framework was out there, many developers decided to start developing with Ruby, it’s not a simple language to learn but very natural though. It’s an all-propose and object oriented programming language that mainly been used to build beautiful web apps. In December of 2015 Ruby’s new version was released and it has some nice new features and better performance. What’s new? Did you mean gem bundle – make the debugging process easier Array#dig and Hash#dig Hash comparison Hash#to_proc Hash#fetch_values Number #positive? and #negative? Safe navigation operator- helps to handle nil Frozen string literal pragma- which reduces object…

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