There is no denying that responsive web design has been gaining in popularity and importance ever since Google announced that mobile-friendly, responsive websites will see a boost in their search engine rank in 2015.
We’ve all seen that little black icon labeled “Terminal” hidden in a utilities folder on our Mac, but what really is it? Well, it is a very important part of how your computer functions, and it’s crucial for you to understand if you want to call yourself a professional developer.
If you want to code a mobile app, you need to know a programming language. But it can be hard to choose the best language (or languages) for a project. There are a lot of options out there, and in this post I’ll help you narrow them down so that you can pick the best.
You may have noticed that there is a craze for iMessage stickers since they were introduced with iOS 10. Today, you can now create and sell your very own digital stickers, instead of using the pre-installed emojis.
Android Things allows you to make amazing IoT devices with simple code, but one of the things that can make a device extraordinary is machine learning. While there are a few services available online that will allow you to upload data and will return results, being able to use machine learning locally and offline can be incredibly useful.