March 14, 2016 in SEO
The Google Penguin algorithm, designed to penalize websites that use link spam to try to increase their Google rankings, first came out in April 2012. Google has been taunting webmasters for months with a new Penguin 4 algorithm update for 2016, but they have been coy about when it would be released, only saying it would march out in Q1.
In this post, we will continue to explore properties that can be configured with the new class syntax and made available on objects that are instantiated. In particular, we will explore function properties, accessor properties, and static properties.
January 15, 2016 in Python
What is Python? You probably know it’s a programming language. But is Python a program? A language? An ecosystem? It’s all of these and more. What is the actual software that lets us create such useful scripts, modules, packages, and frameworks?
December 16, 2015 in Java
Accompany me if you wish, for there are nuggets of acquired Wisdom among the rubble of my journey. Specifically, you may learn something of the subtle arts of RESTful web services, the Ratpack framework, and even NoSQL databases.
This final blog post on file uploads focuses on web sockets, the latest approach to browser/server communication
In this post, we explore two modern file upload methods: AJAX and Web Sockets.
August 05, 2015 in Java
Spring and Groovy are old friends. While you can use POGOs as Spring beans as though they were POJOs, that’s not the focus of this article. Instead, I’m going to demonstrate one of the capabilities that is unique (more or less) to Groovy: refreshable beans.
The capability to collect information from website visitors, and especially the ability for users to upload files to the web server, would forever transform the World Wide Web from a static medium for posting pages into an information management tool.
This article examines how each of these technologies is used to develop web components, and compares and contrasts the overall concept, syntax, styling, lifecycle and data binding among Angular, Polymer, and React.
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