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Streaming services are nothing new, they’ve been around for several years. Netflix, Amazon Instant Video, Hulu, YouTube, take your pick. The adoption rate, like any new technology, started slow, but breakthroughs in technology changed the way we consumed streaming media. Smart TV’s, Roku, Google TV, Apple TV, Chomecast and many other options now exist that … Read moreIs the Launch of the WWE Network the Beginning of the End for Cable TV?
This is a two part article about HTML5 vs. Native Development. In Part 1 we focused on HTML5 and the benefits it offers. In Part 2 we will Native Development and offer some guidelines to help you pick the right one for your development. What are the benefits of Native Application Development? As powerful as … Read moreHTML5 vs Native: What is it and how do you decide? – Part 2
A close friend of mine was recently telling me about an experience they had interviewing for a new job as a front-end web developer. I haven’t interviewed for a job in a while, so I was curious as to the type of questions that came up. Most of them were what you’d expect, but one … Read moreJPG / GIF / PNG: What’s the Difference and When to Use Each
This is the first installment of a two part series about HTML5 vs. Native Development. In this first part we will focus on HTML5 and the benefits it offers. The HTML5 vs. Native development is a hot debate topic amongst developers right now. HTML5 growth has exploded over the last several years, but has it … Read moreHTML5 vs Native: What is it and how do you decide? – Part 1