6 Types of Apps that can be built with Angular

By Archna Oberoi on Apr 15, 2020 1:32:26 PM

In 2016, Google launched the successor of its most popular web framework, Angular JS. It was named ‘Angular’ and is also referred to as Angular2+ or AngularV2. Recently, Google launched the stable release of Angular and this is expected to give an extensive boost to its user base (web and mobile app developers). Also, Google has announced that it will end its official support for AngularJS on June 30, 2021.

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Which PHP Framework is Right for you?

By Archna Oberoi on Apr 7, 2020 10:54:33 AM

Hypertext Preprocessor (PHP) is one of the most popular programming languages amongst the developer’s community. Open source, easy learning curve, amazing CMS & frameworks written in it, a large dev community in support are some of the reasons why startups and fortune 500 companies entrust PHP for building their web applications. 

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Why Ruby on Rails is a Preferred Choice for Software Development?

By Archna Oberoi on Mar 25, 2020 4:49:23 PM

In the fast-paced and extremely demanding software development world, frameworks are like a magic bullet for the developers. They help in improving developer’s efficiency, reduce time-to-market, and improve application scalability. One such proficient framework is Rails, based on Ruby.

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Why Nodejs is the Right Choice for Enterprise Organizations?

By Archna Oberoi on Mar 11, 2020 6:11:39 PM

Scalability, security, flexibility, and speed are some of the catchwords for enterprises today. When we specifically talk about application development, javascript has proven to be the most versatile technology. Tools, frameworks, and libraries built on this technology are gaining ground amongst the developers  for several reasons.

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7 Application Areas of Python Programming Language

By Archna Oberoi on Feb 26, 2020 6:30:46 PM

Python is the most versatile programming language amongst developers today. Since Python is reliable and easy to maintain, it becomes the go-to language for software engineers, data scientists, automation engineers, game developers, etc.

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Top 10 Applications Built using Python

By Archna Oberoi on Feb 18, 2020 2:36:04 PM

Python has evolved as one of the most versatile programming languages. Introduced in the year 1991, it has become one of the favourite programming languages for developers, startups, and some of the giant  tech brands for several reasons. There are thousands of applications built using this server-side programming language.

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Top 10 Python IDEs for Software Development

By Archna Oberoi on Feb 5, 2020 6:49:07 PM

Python is one of the most wanted programming languages by developers worldwide. The popularity of this high-level programming language can be estimated from the fact that over 155,543 websites online are built using Python, with 89,952 unique domains. | Similar Tech

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Top 15 Magento Extensions & Plugins to scale up an eCommerce Store

By Monisha Singh Gurwani on Oct 26, 2018 5:37:56 PM

Magento is possibly the fastest growing platform in eCommerce space. According to Magento’s 2017 yearly report, there was a spike in number of websites powered by Magento. What’s more, major brands such as Burger King, Nike, Pepe Jeans and Samsung are choosing Magento to power their eCommerce websites.

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Hire Ruby on Rails Developer: Skillset that you Need to Check Out

By Kartik Kakar on Sep 20, 2017 11:38:59 AM

For web application development of any scale, RoR brings in a slew of opportunities. And this gives clear grounds to the startups as well as fortune 500 companies to place their trust in this amazing technology.

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10 Popular Web Apps that are Built Using Ruby on Rails

By Kartik Kakar on Sep 12, 2017 10:10:51 AM

Ruby on Rails have been into the picture, ever since dynamic apps became the trend on web. Existing and utilized from over a decade, this open-source framework currently has 4,500 people contributing code to it.

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