Programmers love to sneer at the world of fashion where trends blow through like breezes. Skirt lengths rise and fall, pigments come and go, ties get fatter, then thinner. But in the world of technology, rigor, science, math, and precision rule over fad. That’s not to say programming is a profession devoid of trends. What follows is a list of what’s hot and what’s not among today’s programmers. Not everyone will agree with what’s A-listed, what’s D-listed, and what’s been left out. That’s what makes programming an endlessly fascinating profession: rapid change, passionate debate, sudden comebacks.
In this post I will discuss my web development setup and particularly the software I use, diving deeper into those tools that I use the most. This is not a list of the best software tools, but rather a list of the best software tools for me currently. You should always try out new tools and learn new ways to increase your software development productivity. What works for me may not work for you. With that said, you should feel free to try out some of the tools I use, as you may find something of interest in the list below.
Kenneth Auchenberg (@auchenberg), Program Manager of DevTools & Remote Debugging at Microsoft, gives a detailed breakdown of how he built the AngularJS integration for Opbeat.
We hosted a webinar titled “Step by Step AngularJS for Beginners” for the Indian region and we’d like to share the presentation and recorded webinar with you. In the webinar we covered: Introduction to AngularJS, introduction to SPA, controller and $scope object, service and factory methods, routing, and more.
This blog post is intended to give you a taste of AngularJS without a lot of reading. We will review the following topics: Getting started, basic markup, model binding, binding to an array, filters, handling events, and more.
In this day and age, the lion’s share of PHP programmers’ prefers using the latest PHP framework because its modern tools cater an excellent way to boost the programming efficiency. And, Frameworks are a set of tools, code classes, and libraries that enable PHP web developers in building enormous and complex applications in the least possible time. Here are some of the best and most renowned PHP frameworks based on their functionality and popularity.
Comparing technologies that are equally popular is a pretty hard task. Such comparisons are by default prone to inaccuracies, especially if you favor one of them. That’s why in this article we’d like to take an unbiased approach towards the Symfony2 PHP framework vs Yii2 question and let our readers decide by themselves what to choose for their projects.
PHP remains the most popular server-side programming language powering the world wide web and in use by 82% of websites. Metrics focused on server-side languages show that PHP usage has increased by 1% in the past year alone. We were curious to find the top 10 Packagist contributors based on the 50 most required packages and their authors. We used this script to collect our data.
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