January 20, 2015 in Mobile Development
The one topic that seems to present the most difficulty for developers new to the Swift programming language is the concept of optionals. The basic idea is relatively simple to understand – there has to be a way to allow for a variable to be empty (a state most languages identify as null or nil).
January 10, 2015 in Mobile Development
In this article, we’ll talk about the different environments available for writing Swift. Then, we’ll go behind the scenes and look at how Swift code is transformed into something that can run on different processors.
December 22, 2014 in SEO
In this article I will discuss what you can do to improve your site’s keywords and backlinks right now, as well as strategies for your site’s long-term SEO health.
December 16, 2014 in Python
Django is a Web framework like Rails, Spring, or ASP.NET MVC, but for Python. Using Django, you can quickly develop a Web application whose data (models) is stored in the database of your choosing, using templates for page views, and simple Python functions for controllers.
December 09, 2014 in SEO
What percentage of people who come to your site complete a meaningful action that generates, or converts into, revenue for your company? Tracking these conversions can tell you if all of the work you put into your website is paying off.
December 01, 2014 in Mobile Development
When it comes to developing software in the Apple Universe (OS X and iOS), Objective-C is now the “old and busted” while Swift is the “new hotness”.
November 25, 2014 in SharePoint
Columns are the basic building blocks of SharePoint and are part of every SharePoint List or Library application. Columns are used to store additional information about the document and provide the ability to sort, filter, and group our documents by these column values.
November 18, 2014 in Java
This article is about Plain Old Groovy Objects. Since they’re so intellectually simple, yet powerful, it’s also the source of many POGO-related non sequiturs. You’ve been warned.
Watches in AngularJS are a powerful but easily abused approach to monitoring scope model changes.
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