Enterprise App stores serve a very important purpose: the ability to distribute internal applications to organizations’ employees and other stakeholders without having to upload the app onto a public app store. With the proliferation of mobile devices, BYOD policies, and the large scale adoption and usage of tablets such as iPad within the enterprise, the
Responsive layouts, adaptive layouts, media queries and viewports are terms that are no longer new to the tech savvy generation of today. There exists a burgeoning trend where websites are creating mobile friendly versions to adapt to the relatively smaller mobile screens. Responsive web design (RWD), thus proves to be an emerging user interface design
How about a data Web that understands not only the meaning of data but also the relationships between them like humans do? Something that ensures targeted and personalized content delivery to the user, delivering intelligent data in its true sense. A Web that anticipates and answers your questions even before you come up with them!
This post is in continuation of the earlier post on HTML5. Before looking into the day-to-day benefits HTML5 will offer, let’s do a quick sanity check: HTML5 is monolithic, but browsers are not. It is misleading to divide browsers into “Supports Vs Not”. Instead, individual HTML5 feature support should be evaluated in terms of browsers.
HTML5 is W3C’s shiny new offering promising interoperability, speed and maintainability – almost everything, it would appear, but vacations in the tropics! It is going to live in ‘Webville’ for a while so let’s really get to know it. Sure, we can break the ice talking about the weather worldwide, but then, let’s really dig