PHP 7.2

PHP 7.2 – end-of-life (EOL) on November 30, 2020

 

PHP 7.2 will not be supported much longer. Now is the time to take advantage of the time left before the end-of-life date and replace outdated versions with more recent PHP code. This will make sure security gaps are closed, bugs are fixed, and the performance of web offers won’t...

 

PHP 8

PHP 8: What you need to know about the latest update

 

PHP is one of the most important languages on the Internet. Many content management systems like WordPress, TYPO3 or Joomla are based on PHP. The release of PHP 8 is imminent, but we’ve already had some information about its new features. Also some old features will be reworked,...

 

The most important meta tags and their functions

The essential meta tags at a glance

Meta tags are used by website owners to specify metadata in HTML documents. The coded information integrates with web browsers and search engine crawlers to enhance the searchability of a website. But which meta elements are actually required by user agents to improve processing? And how can you use metadata to boost your website’s ranking in the search results?

The best UML tools

6 UML tools for every occasion

Comparing UML tools: Looking for the best UML diagram tool? Or do you need a tool to be able to draw simple drafts and exchange ideas quickly in your team? UML programs offer more than just diagram templates for the UML standard. Whether you are looking for communication, a free UML tool, or a complete solution for your company, we explain what you should consider and introduce you to 6 programs...

Gulp vs. Grunt: differentiating between the task runners

Gulp vs. Grunt: the differences between the task runners

Writing new code is an essential aspect of web development. For frontend developers, in particular, this task makes up a significant portion of day-to-day work, with the bulk of it focused on expressing the unique appearance and functions of an internet presence to optimally represent the project. While the development process produces creative tasks, it also generates a great deal of recurring...

Delete browser history

Clearing Your History in Chrome, Firefox, and Other Browsers

In the default setting, browsers compile a history of visited websites so that these can be loaded faster and easier in the future. Anyone who does not wish for other people to view their own web activities should regularly delete their history. We reveal how this works in popular clients such as Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, and Safari, in our article.

The basics for modern web development

Modern web development: the basics

The trends driving web development are moving away from static web presences and heading increasingly in the direction of interactive content. Even though languages like HTML and CSS still rule the roost, a growing number of developers prefer the server-side programming language, PHP, for dynamic websites. Client-side script languages like JavaScript make it possible for a site to react to user...

Why you should switch from Flash to HTML5

Web development: HTML5 puts Flash on the sidelines

Flash is an unpopular tool for good reason — security gaps, programming errors, and stability problems are rampant. Has any software been the focus of such heated security debates more often than Adobe’s multimedia solution? For years, Flash was the quasi-standard for all online animations but the Flash-era is almost at an end. Since version 5, HTML has offered native multimedia functions,...

Bootstrap alternatives

Bootstrap alternatives: the best front end frameworks at a glance

Bootstrap is the most popular framework solution for designing and creating high-performance web interfaces. It consists of a collection of HTML, CSS, and JavaScript components that Twitter released under the MIT free license in 2011, as well as a variety of extensions, interfaces for content management systems, and pre-built themes. There are also worthwhile alternatives to Bootstrap, which are...

Cross-Origin Resource Sharing

CORS: Cross-Origin Resource Sharing Explained

You access a website and, in the background without your knowledge, content is loaded from a third-party server. This is a security risk and is rightly prevented by the same-origin policy (SOP). But what do you do if you need the connection to both servers? Cross-origin resource sharing (CORS) provides secure technology for creating exceptions.

JSONP

JSONP: Scripts for Cross-Domain Data Queries

The same-origin policy (SOP) prevents client-side scripting languages, such as JavaScript, from accessing objects located on another URL that are not part of the running internet application. A convenient way to perform this cross-domain query regardless is through the JSON application JSONP. We explain what exactly this involves and how this method works.


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