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,...

 

Web Services

Web Services: Services from Machine to Machine

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?

SOAP - Simple Object Access Protocol

SOAP: The network protocol explained

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?

Web Service Description Language (WSDL)

WSDL Tutorial: Web Service Description Language Explained

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.

What Is Requirements Management?

Requirements Management: The Key to Successful IT Projects

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.

Shadow DOM

Shadow DOM: A DOM subtree for encapsulated code blocks

HTML, CSS, and JavaScript are the basic tools of modern web development. But these standard web languages begin to reveal their weaknesses when you want to customize and reuse individual blocks of code. That’s where shadow DOM technology, part of the Web Components suite, comes in: It allows you to create encapsulated blocks of code that have their own scope and are unaffected by document-wide...

Web components

Web components explained

No web developer can manage without HTML, CSS, and JavaScript. As a result, the same elements tend to be repeated over and over again when programming, which can be both tedious and time-consuming. Web components help with this by providing encapsulated HTML tags and allowing them to be reused as often as needed.

Compilers vs. interpreters

Compilers vs. interpreters: explanation and differences

Over the years, programming languages have become increasingly simplified to make learning and using them as easy as possible. One of the key concerns is to ensure optimal readability of the code written in the given language. Compilers and interpreters are needed to convert the source code into machine code so that it can later be read by computer processors.

Uniform Resource Identifier (URI)

URI: The Uniform Resource Identifier Explained

What is a URI? With the Uniform Resource Identifier, one can identify various items on the internet ranging from websites to email. The identifier has a clear syntax so that it functions smoothly and so that every device, every application and every user can understand it. The information contained in a URI provides information about what the resource is, how one can identify it and where it is...

Continuous integration tools

The best continuous integration tools at a glance

Continuous integration tools make everyday work easier for developers. If you want to use agile methods for software development (continuous integration), it requires either a lot of discipline and effort, or you can make use of helpful CI tools. These tools assist you with automation and other useful features. In this article, we provide an overview of some of the most popular and best continuous...

Continuous delivery

Continuous delivery – software development in the pipeline

With continuous delivery, software developers automate the process of development, quality assurance, testing, production, and delivery. This gives them the opportunity to deliver software to the customer at a much earlier stage of development while the program continues to be developed. The continuous delivery pipeline required for this is divided into different test phases. What are these, what...


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