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We love making life easier for our web pro audience. Like most of the world, most web developers use Google Chrome for work (Google Chrome by various reports holds close to 60% of the browser market share). So we’ve put together a short list of what we think are the best Chrome extensions for web developers. While you would have probably heard of a few of these popular ones in the list, we’ve dug deeper…

As a web designer, developer or business-owner (or all 3-in-one!), finding time to attend a tech event can be tough. You probably think that it is an unproductive way to spend a business day. However, we’d like to show you 6 reasons why you should attend events such as WordCamps, Developer Summits, Design conferences and other tech conferences and conventions. 1. Self-appraise – Evaluate your business and brand! Events like these often see your competition showcase…

What is AngularJS? AngularJS is a Javascript framework which can be added to an HTML page with <script> tag maintained by Google. It is used to build powerful, interactive websites with sleek animations to offer pleasant user experiences. There have been significant improvements and changes between versions 1.0 and 1.3 and version 2.0 is currently being worked on. Its comparable siblings include Ember, Polymer, Backbone.Js and others however, the popularity of AngularJS has risen significantly in…

As a developer, you are a tech geek who knows the in and out of the collaborative platforms around the world and are amongst the smartest users for such networks. Such platforms can help developers like yourself to collaborate, explore, learn new tricks and techniques and share the same knowledge with other developers all around the world. Hence, we call this a collaborative hub for developers. We know that you focus a lot on quality…

Attention, Web Designers! Once you have launched your web design career, most of your decisions are driven by your right-brain thinking because you are obviously a very creative person and your expression manifests itself in artistic and aesthetic beauty. You have become a web designer to create great sites and give form to great ideas but for your business to continue to grow, you have to ensure that certain left-brain centered activities such as paying…

Designers are very interesting professionals! You do what you love and love what you do. The projects that you take up and complete are top notch, but then when it comes down to the invoicing process, you might flip out. Anytime a money matter comes into the picture, it does make you go a little crazy inside. The competency of the invoicing process is integral in order to maintain a healthy and balanced cash flow and…

Responsive is definitely the new way forward but with every new device comes challenges like resolutions, layouts, screens. And while we’re fairly sure you’ve found the tools that enable you to build these, we believe Google’s latest is a fantastic pre-building testing tool that you absolutely need! For all you web designers & developers, going responsive just got a whole lot easier. What is Resizer? Resizer is a superbly useful, highly intuitive & efficient tool…

Web Developers are much needed in almost every industry. The need for and the scope of web developers are rapidly growing as we become more and more digital dependent. We’ve got a few good tips for you if you’re inclined to the profession. The basics of coding and coding languages like HTML, CSS, Java, JavaScript, PHP, jQuery and the like, are most important and if you’d like to brush up on it, there are a…

2015 saw some fierce & bold, subtle and classic web designing styles, playing with space, fonts, colours, animations & more. As we step into the new year, we’d like to highlight the web design trends that blew us away in 2015 and are here to stay for 2016. 1) Minimalist Homepage Minimalism is the single most important principle of web designing. Although this may be difficult to accept that the homepage contains little or no content,…

A well-versed web developer/designer such as you already knows that WordPress is one of the most frequently used free content management systems(CMS). From simple websites to blogs, applications and enterprise websites, WordPress can handle them all with much ease. Thus, it’s not much of a surprise that WordPress powers more than 24% of the web. Wordpress: A Developer’s Paradise Why, you ask? Firstly it is an open source CMS which comprises of a huge community…

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