Before showing you the 5 best javascript frameworks, I am going to explain to you along with an example what they are Think of building websites and web apps like building a house. When you set out to build a house, you could create all of your own building materials from scratch and start building without any schematics, but that approach would be incredibly time consuming and doesn’t make a lot of sense. It’s more likely that you would purchase pre-manufactured building materials (wood, bricks, countertops, etc.) and then assemble them based on a blueprint to fit your specific needs. Coding is very similar. WhenRead More →

JavaScript is everywhere, and for the seventh year in a row, in 2019 it has been ranked the most commonly used programming language. Created out of necessity, it is used to build 95.2% (1.52 billion) of websites today, including some of the world’s largest, like Facebook and YouTube. Without it, we would not have popular and useful web apps such as Google Maps and eBay. But…what’s the importance of Javascrpit? JavaScript is a scripting language that is one of the three core languages used to develop websites. Whereas HTML and CSS give a website structure and style, JavaScript lets you add functionality and behaviors toRead More →

I’ve put together a rundown of 5 of my favorite UX design websites resources (in no particular order) to help you better understand UX and stay on top of current trends. 1.Behance Behance is the world’s largest online creative community where users share their work 2. Awwwards Awwwards is a place where creative professionals from all over the world come to find inspiration, share knowledges and receive constructive critiques 3. Screenlane The main real difference between Screenlane and other design inspiration sites, is that it’s focused exclusively on user interface designs. 4. Dribble Dribbble is a self-promotion and social networking platform for digital designers andRead More →

The SEM represents the initials of Search Engine Marketing, or it can also be called search engine marketing. SEM is normally used to designate paid search engine ad campaigns, although the truth is that its definition could encompass all those marketing actions that take place within a search engine, whether or not they are paid. Here are the basics you need to navigate the world of search engine advertising. Since we use Google for the vast majority of searches, we’re going to rely on the terms used in Google Ads. Keywords: keywords are the basis of all search engine marketing. Keywords are the words, groups of words, orRead More →

What users perceive from our platforms is an important part of making their experience enjoyable. For that, Skeleton Screens are very important when the users are in the moment of the upload. With some examples I will try But… What are skeleton screens? This is a simplified display with empty placeholders for content that has not yet loaded. One of the great benefits of this is the possibility that the user has to see how the content is loaded in real time. These blocks, better known as placeholders, give the feeling that said load is being processed. This is one of the best benefits of thisRead More →

Core Web Vitals are a set of specific factors that Google considers important in a webpage’s overall user experience. Core Web Vitals are made up of three specific page speed and user interaction measurements: largest contentful paint, first input delay, and cumulative layout shift. In short, are a subset of factors that will be part of Google’s “page experience” score (basically, Google’s way of sizing up your page’s overall UX). Why measure User Experience? This concept has become one of the main ranking factors for Google. This is a key aspect to determine if we are facing the presence of a functional website or if,Read More →

Creating, posting, and analyzing content across so many touchpoints can take an overwhelming amount of time. Unless, of course, you engage in some social media automation In this post we are talking about the use of social media automation tools that benefit marketers and the public alike. That means reducing time spent on repetitive tasks, decreasing turnaround time, and giving you the time and data you need to create more engaging content. But…What is Social media automation? Social media automation is the process of using software tools to reduce the amount of time spent on social media tasks that don’t require a human touch. ExamplesRead More →

LiteSpeed Web Server, is a proprietary web server software. It is the fourth most popular web server, estimated to be used by 10% of websites as of July 2021. LSWS is privately developed by LiteSpeed Technologies. This popular web server software also offers top-notch security. For example, it has built-in features that help prevent Distributed Denial Of Service (DDOS) attacks. Here are the pros and cons so you can better understand what LiteSpeed is: Pros: · LiteSpeed ​​can handle multiple concurrent connections while using minimal server resources.Therefore, it can be an excellent option if you prioritize speed. · Another significant advantage is “zero downtime maintenance,”Read More →

Creating CSS link hover effects helps a web page look more creative and fun. Here are three CSS effects for you to grab and use in your next project so you can stand out from the crowd. Hover Effect 1: Background Box Shadow This effect will slide a background box shadow across the inline link, changing the color of the link text as it does so. First, we apply padding around the link, then add a negative margin of the same value to prevent the padding from breaking the flow of the text. We’ll use box-shadow instead of the background property since it allows usRead More →