What is a static site generator? Static website tools explained
Websites can serve content in two basic ways: statically and dynamically. Static content is generated ahead of time, stored, and retrieved as-is. Think images, stylesheets, and HTML pages that rarely change. Dynamic content is generated on-the-fly for the sake of a personalized response. Examples here include search queries, dashboards, and Read more…
Exploring ASP.Net Razor: Putting C# in your HTML
Microsoft’s Active Server Pages have been around a long time; launching back in the early days of the web. Since then they’ve been through several iterations and frameworks, driving the development of ASP.Net and now ASP.Net Core. A focus on the model-view-controller (MVC) design pattern has kept them relevant, with Read more…
Survey reveals most-used CSS features and tools
The “State of CSS 2019” report, based on a survey of 11,307 CSS (Cascading Style Sheets) developers in 135 countries, has been released by developers Sacha Greif and Raphael Benitte. The survey identifies which CSS features and tools the developers use and which they prefer. Nearly 32 percent of respondents Read more…
Getting started with WebView 2
Microsoft’s move to a new set of Windows controls as part of the WinUI 3 libraries is one sign of its rethinking how the Windows SDKs are developed and delivered. At heart it’s a decoupling of controls from APIs, a new method for both how they’re shipped and how you Read more…
A certification program from Google has launched for mobile site developers
Google has announced the launch of a new certification programme for mobile site developers to prove their worth. The post A certification program from Google has launched for mobile site developers appeared first on Developer Tech News.
Google brings new and updated APIs with Chrome 60
Google has updated its popular Chrome browser with new and updated APIs for developers to improve the experience for all users. The post Google brings new and updated APIs with Chrome 60 appeared first on Developer Tech News.
W3C approves EME digital rights standard – with Electronic Frontier Foundation resigning
The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) has voted to approve Encrypted Media Extensions (EME) as a Web standard – yet some organisations are not happy about the result. The post W3C approves EME digital rights standard – with Electronic Frontier Foundation resigning appeared first on Developer Tech News.
Egretia mashes up HTML5 and blockchain
A new project provides backend services to HTML5 game developers using blockchain. The post Egretia mashes up HTML5 and blockchain appeared first on Developer Tech News.