In the sixteen years I've personally been developing and designing websites, the techniques and available technologies have changed so radically; so much so that the only aspects my job today has in common with what I did at the start of my career is that HTML is still a markup language, and that a good design can never have too many animated gifs. Here are 6 best responsive websites.
I recently attended the MuleSoft Connect Expose in San Francisco as a proud certified partner of the sure-footed and intelligent Mule. Initially, we were provided with a sneak peak into what is in store for the future of integration and I must say – I was impressed.
The digital world is expanding at an amazing rate, giving us access to applications and content on a myriad of connected devices in our home, offices, cars, pockets and even on our body. The glue that allows all of this to happen, that connects the companies who provide these services to the devices that we use, is the API (Application Programming Interface).
Coming in to Appnovation as a Co-op student, I hadn’t had much exposure to Drupal before. This meant my training not only involved getting to know how the company works, but also how Drupal works. Below are some of the main things I learned during my training in Drupal at Appnovation.
In the public sector, agencies and departments are under constant pressure to increase the level of openness while keeping information secure. Here are three responses from Alfresco aimed to tackle these challenges faced by governments all over the world.