Category: Web Applications

Assessing Javascript For Building Large Scale Web Applications

      According to the most recent statistics posted on w3techs.com, more than 89% of websites currently use JavaScript as a client-side programming language. As a cross-platform and lightweight programming language, JavaScript makes it easier for developers to build responsive websites and web applications that work with seamlessly with popular web browsers, operating systems and mobile devices. It is also widely deployed by developers to achieve optimal cross browser compatibility to accomplish UI/UX tasks like browser control, user interaction, and

Optimising and Enhancing Security For Your Magento 2 Ecommerce Website

      With Magento 2.x starting to stabilise into a mature ecommerce platform and with many ecommerce vendors having already migrated or in the processing of migrating from 1.9x to 2.x, the migration process will often bring with it additional considerations such as optimisation and security testing.   The main reasons for migrating to Magento 2.x from a performance perspective is support for PHP 7, including the latest security fixes which improve a website’s

Creating A Secure Android App

      The Android operating system has lots of built-in security features, such as application sandboxing, protection against buffer and integer overflow attacks, and segregated memory areas for program instructions and data. As a result, simple Android apps that don’t perform any file system or networking operations can often be considered secure by default. If you are developing a more complex app, however, you are responsible for making it secure and to make sure the

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