Archive | May 2012

change the style of Title attribute inside the anchor tag

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Responsive Web Design : references

Responsive Web Design (RWD) as the name implies, is a style of Web development where content responds to the device on which it is being rendered. Web site is crafted to use W3C CSS3 media queries with fluid proportion-based grids, to adapt the layout to the viewing environment, and probably also flexible images. As a result, users across a broad range of devices and browsers will have access to a single source of content, laid out so as to be easy to read and navigate with a minimum of resizing, panning and scrolling.”

The term ‘Responsive Web Design’ was coined by its creator, Ethan Marcotte – his book is highly recommended reading “A Book Apart – Responsive web design” In the book, Ethan covers where the term ‘Responsive Web Design’ came from and why it was required.

As a start, its’ important to understand that responsive web design is not one particular technology or item but in fact it is a collection of techniques and ideas, which together establish a new way of thinking in moving the web design industry forward. Read More…

Programming Language choice is a topic filled with opinion.

Language choice is a topic filled with opinion. Most programmers have a favorite language, and most programmers have languages they hate. A wrong decision here can ruin the entire effort of software development. Well, not always, but a feeling of using an improper language down the line is too frustrating, it kills motivation for writing better software.

Which programming language to use for a project is one of the most major decisions a programmer will make during the entire development process. Every language has its own strengths and weaknesses, one producing more efficient code (normally C), one being easy to handle (such as BASIC), and one universally understood (such as the JavaScript scripting language) and so on. Some are compiled, some interpreted, some a strange point in the middle. And of course some the programmer knows, some are related to a language the programmer knows, and some are completely alien. Picking the perfect language can therefore be a very daunting task. Read More…

TOP 5 programming language was an essential skill for IT professionals to have in the market.

The majority of IT professionals believe knowing more than one programming language is an essential skill to have in the current IT recruitment market, according to a report by IT recruiter Greythorn.

By picking the brains of Web developers and IT recruiters, BalajiIT Solutions selected 5 programming languages that are a bonus for developers to add to their resumes. Even better, they’re great jumping-off points, with loads of job opportunities for younger recruits.

 

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