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2016/2017 MUST-KNOW WEB DEVELOPMENT TECH – Watch this if you want to be a web developer

What should you learn in 2016/2017? This video gives you a complete roadmap! View the mindmap: The Docker Course!:

8 Web Development Trends To Look Out For In 2017

This post lists of the main players that may reshape the tech landscape in 2017!

Best Developer Websites: Programming News, Tutorials and More

Here are a few go-to sites for staying on top of news specific to developers and programmers.

26 Tools and Frameworks for HTML-based Desktop and Web App Interfaces

This article is a round-up of tools for building the interface with plain old HTML.

Key Web Development and Design Skills You Should Learn In 2017

This article lists some key fields you should investigate and master if you are planning to move forward in your web development career through 2017 and beyond.


Ruby on Rails Tutorial (Rails 5)

The purpose of this article is to teach you how to develop custom web applications, with the tool of choice being the popular Ruby on Rails web framework.

REST with Java (JAX-RS) using Jersey – Tutorial

This tutorial explains how to develop RESTful web services in Java with the JAX-RS reference implementation Jersey.


PHP Vs Java – Which Is More Secure

Which language is better – PHP or Java? how do you choose? This post offers some insights.

Send HTML Mail with Attachments Using PHP

This article shows you how to send HTML mail with attachments using PHP.

Top 10 PHP Security Tips for Linux Admins

This article lists some PHP security tips for Linux admins. The tips will help secure Web applications and ensure proper functioning in the long run.

SAP – Why NOT to Use an In-Memory Database

If you ask many industry experts, in-memory databases are not for everyone. But if you take into account a few little-known benefits of in-memory technologies, you might find that in-memory technology is in fact applicable. It can even change the game. This article will take you on an intellectual journey to re-imagine some of the obvious reasons to “just run it on disk”.