It’s only logical: The more browsing history you save, the more space it will take up on your device. Is it time to delete your Chrome history? If you're trying to free up space, clearing the list of web pages you've visited is a good place to start. We also recommend clearing this cache on a regular basis for security reasons. In this tutorial, we'll explain how to clear your Chrome history....
There are several good reasons to clear your browsing history in Internet Explorer: Your browsing history can quickly take up a lot of room on your device, and you can free up space by deleting it. Clearing your history also prevents others from seeing what you’ve been doing on the web. In this article, you’ll learn how to clear your history in Internet Explorer so you can benefit from these...
Sites you’ve visited, active logins, individual website settings – Firefox provides you with the option of saving any user data in the browser-specific history, but this practical feature always comes with the risk that such information could end up in the wrong hands. We’ll show you how to counter this risk, and clear your Firefox history.
Different countries sometimes have different regional date and time formats. This can often result in preventable errors, especially when sharing data. For instance, the format 7/9/2019 means “July 9, 2019” in some countries, and “September 7, 2019” in others. To solve this problem, the ISO 8601 standard was agreed internationally. But what exactly does this standard specify?
Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, and other browsers are the gateway to the web: But what exactly is a browser, and how does it work? Usually free, browser software assembles codes, images, and other resources for us in such a way that we are able to surf websites and make purchases in online shops. In addition to the standard elements that every browser brings with it, additional features and...
The two elementary programming paradigms – imperative and declarative – can best be described as fundamental programming styles. Thus, they are not the “programming styles” of individual programmers, but fundamentally different technical approaches for programming software code. In this article, we examine the programming language paradigms including their subsidiary forms.
Many applications that run on your home PC or smartphone rely on data from the Internet—more precisely, from servers. One way for devices to communicate with each other is through web services. The technology is based on standardized formats such as HTTP, SOAP and XML. But how does it work?
Online banking, ecommerce, search engines: In order for a client to access a web service, all communication users must comply with a set of rules. With SOAP you are using a highly standardized solution recommended by the W3C. The network protocol stands for high security and solid performance. How does SOAP work with web services?
The big advantage of web services lies in their platform independence. In principle, clients and servers do not have to speak the same language, but just rely on general standards. To find out how to work with a server, a client checks the WSDL file. This is a document based on XML, in which everything important can be found. Find out how the file is structured.
How much time do you spend preparing projects? Many companies neglect the key to their projects’ success: requirements management. This backfires sooner or later when customers have various change requests and project progress keeps getting delayed. Learn what tasks effective (IT) requirements management involves and why it’s well worth the effort.