Bitnami Simplifies Developer Built App Containers with Stacksmith

November 16, 2015 at 2:17 pm By

Containers are being used widely by developers and Bitnami is looking to make it easier for them with their new Stacksmith beta. The new technology will enable users to build containerized developments according to TechCrunch.

Google Adds Settings to Increase Personal Privacy

November 13, 2015 at 3:09 pm By

We’re all a little cautious when it comes to the things we allow others to see or know about us. It seems as if Google has come to that realization, which is now sparking a change in the way they handle what others can access in terms of online profiles and more.

What Do Well Constructed Websites Contain?

November 12, 2015 at 2:29 pm By

As a designer, developer or both there is often a moment before diving into a project where you decide what you want to go for and how you want to accomplish it. Everyone has their own interpretation of what the necessities of a well constructed website are. That being said, Business 2 Community highlights five important aspects that they believe…

Smart Password Habits to Prevent Breaches

November 11, 2015 at 2:30 pm By

In wake of the recent Comcast breaches, CNET took it upon themselves to highlight a few smart password habits to have in order to better protect yourself from having your information compromised. They are all simple and could save you from being another victim like the some 200,000 who have had their Comcast log-ins put up for sale in a…

Gill Sans Font is Remixed For Modern Times

November 10, 2015 at 2:01 pm By

For many designers the fonts used in a site design is pretty critical. After all, the browsers spend much of their time reading the information so an eye-catching font is pretty necessary. Gill Sans is among one of the oldest and most popular fonts to date and it has been remixed into Gill Sans Nova for today’s modern world.

Majority of Top Websites Leak User Data

November 9, 2015 at 2:16 pm By

New reports are claiming that 9 out of 10 websites are leaking users data to third-party sources without browser/user permission. So, how is this even possible?

5 Go-To Sites For Web Designers and Developers

November 6, 2015 at 12:28 pm By

Whether it’s inspiration, deals, how-to guides or news, the five websites curated by the Huffington Post pretty much has everything you’ll need, according to their report. The article¬†argues that just being a good designer or developer won’t cut it because of all the awesome websites out there right now.

Firefox Deters Ads From Following Your Moves

November 5, 2015 at 12:05 pm By

Private browsing is becoming more of a necessity for users who feel that intrusive ads are becoming a bit overbearing. Long-time browser Firefox has created a way to stop ads from tracking your every move on the internet and the result yields a browsing experience that contains the speed of today with the lack of ads from the past.

Are Static Site Generators The Next Big Thing?

November 4, 2015 at 12:14 pm By

New reports are showing an increased use of Static Site Generators and it very well could be on its way to becoming the next big thing. Red Cherry Calgary Web Design is one of the companies that believes in static site generators and to help others understand they way they work, they created an informative press release to benefit other…

Vodafone Mobile Networked Attacked by Hackers

November 3, 2015 at 11:49 am By

Following the three arrests in the TalkTalk hack, a second UK mobile network Vodafone, has alerted their customers of a hack.