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Video: 4 Things You Can Do to Make Your Site Faster

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The Two Flavors of a ‘One Web’ Approach: Responsive vs. Adaptive

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The Two Flavors of a ‘One Web’ Approach: Responsive vs. Adaptive

alexa rank dating sites [Editor’s note: The following is a guest post from Igor Faletski, CEO of Mobify, which provides tools for adapting web sites for smartphones and tablets.] You’ve probably heard people say we’re living in a “post-PC world.” What does that mean for web developers? It means that 30% to 50% of your website’s traffic now comes…

Internet Explorer 10 Doubles Its Desktop Market Share

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Internet Explorer 10 Doubles Its Desktop Market Share

http://entremontagnesetlac.com/tryrara/magbo/4065 That’s great news for web developers, but sadly, according to NetMarketShare’s browser stats, IE 10 use still trails behind the 12-year-old IE 6. The post Internet Explorer 10 Doubles Its Desktop Market Share appeared first on Webmonkey. NetMarketShare’s browser stats for April 2013. Image: Screenshot/Webmonkey Microsoft’s Internet Explorer 10 saw a meteoric rise in market…

WebRTC, Online Code Editor Team Up for Real-Time Coding

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WebRTC, Online Code Editor Team Up for Real-Time Coding

WebRTC is still in its infancy, but developers are already building cool apps around WebRTC’s real-time video chat. Codassium is one such app that combines WebRTC video chat with a code editor for better way to conduct remote interviews, review code or do some remote pair programming. The post WebRTC, Online Code Editor Team Up…

Video: What Does 10 Petabytes of Data Look Like?

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Video: What Does 10 Petabytes of Data Look Like?

The Internet Archive is on a mission to archive the web. All of it. Filmmaker Jonathan Minard’s documentary, Internet Archive, takes a behind the scenes look at how (and why) the Internet Archive’s efforts are preserving the web as we know it. The post Video: What Does 10 Petabytes of Data Look Like? appeared first…

The Very First Website Returns to the Web

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The Very First Website Returns to the Web

CERN has resurrected the very first webpage that Tim Berners-Lee and the WWW team ever put online, offering a hands-on look at the proto-web. The post The Very First Website Returns to the Web appeared first on Webmonkey. Robert Cailliau’s original WWW logo. Image: CERN. Twenty years ago today CERN published a statement that made…

Chrome Extension Opens MS Office Docs in the Browser

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Chrome Extension Opens MS Office Docs in the Browser

Google is porting its Microsoft Office Viewer from Chrome OS to Chrome on Mac and Windows, offering users an easy and more secure way to view office files — right in the web browser. Unfortunately the Office Viewer for Google Chrome is still a bit rough around the edges. The post Chrome Extension Opens MS…

Nginx Server Speeds Up the Tubes With ‘SPDY’ Support

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Nginx Server Speeds Up the Tubes With ‘SPDY’ Support

The Nginx server is the latest in what’s now a long list of companies and tools supporting the proposed HTTP successor, SPDY. SPDY promises to speed up website load times by up to 40 percent, which makes it a perfect fit for the already fast and lightweight Nginx server. The post Nginx Server Speeds Up…

Experimental CSS Shaders Bring Photoshop Filters to the Web

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Experimental CSS Shaders Bring Photoshop Filters to the Web

Adobe wants the next Instagram to be a web app. The company is hard at work porting filters and effects from Photoshop to the web. The latest experimental builds of both Chrome and Safari add support for the company’s proposed CSS fragment shaders — think Photoshop blending modes like multiply or overlay right in your…

First Firefox OS Developer Phones Sell Out

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First Firefox OS Developer Phones Sell Out

The first Firefox OS phones hit the market today and have already sold out. The two models available were not even aimed at consumers. Instead these are developer preview devices for those who’d like to get a jump on building apps for Firefox OS. Clearly quite a few developers want to do just that. Geeksphone,…

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