Testing Becomes Part of the Development Lifecycle

With applications becoming increasingly complex, testing is now a crucial part of the development lifecycle. Sencha, a unified platform for designing, developing and testing cross-platform Web applications, has announced the release of Sencha Test 2.0, a unit and end-to-end functional testing solution for Ext JS apps, and it is capitalizing..

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Embedding Videos Everywhere with Vidyo

Vidyo has announced the launch and general availability of its Vidyo.io Communications Platform-as-a-Service (CPaaS), which will let application developers and enterprises embed high-quality, reliable, scalable, multi-party video collaboration into any WebRTC, mobile or native application.

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Embedding Videos Everywhere with Vidyo

Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP) Growing in Google News

Google appears to be going all in on AMP within its news results. RankRanger has released a report that shows AMP results seen in the Google News section for mobile users has more than doubled in the past several days. Just one week ago, AMP content was available in Google News for approximately 20 percent of the news results, but it is now more..

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SSL Certificate: Where to Start on #DataPrivacyDay

Data Privacy Day is Jan. 28, and one way brands can take real action is to set up an SSL Certificate on their website or server in order to encrypt communication between browsers and servers to help keep customer data safe.  Ready to get started?

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What Skills Do Web Developers Need in 2017?

Web development is a rapidly changing field, but even with schools and solutions helping the everyday would-be developer hone their skills, experts remain in high demand. What, however, do Web developers need to do to keep up in this competitive market? Learning resources provider Packt has published a “Skill Up: Developer Talk” report,…

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Why a Good Website Won’t Cut It Anymore… and What You Can Do About It

:: By John Surdakowski, Avex Designs :: Do you need to make some improvements to your business website, or is it good enough as it is? The answer to that question probably says a lot about the current and future state of your Internet marketing campaigns.

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Staff Pages with Style

Staff pages on websites are often restricted to listing executives, their titles, short bios and their headshots, but brands with style often open up this page to more members of their staff – those who help a business deliver products and services to end-users. Including all staff members isn't feasible for very large enterprises, but many… [[ This is a content summary only.

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Got 404 Errors? It’s Probably Not Your Fault

404 errors, the dreaded “page not found” message Internet users encounter, are the bane of every good/great webmaster. 404s reveal when there is a problem but the problem may not be their fault. Google's John Mueller recently indicated that most of the 404 error codes that Google identifies are not often webmasters fault, but..

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