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The Sequel of SQL

The Sequel of SQL

SQL stands for Structured Query Language. It is pronounced like the word sequel. It is used to write commands, such as the insert, select, update, delete, create, drop, and other features similar. This also can be integrated in other codes, and can be used for servers.

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Even Wikipedia thinks JavaScript sucks. Here's why.

Even Wikipedia thinks JavaScript sucks. Here’s why.

Throughout the world of web development, there is no language more universally despised than JavaScript. This is how WordPress defines JavaScript:

JavaScript, often abbreviated as JS, is a high-level, dynamic, weakly typed, prototype-based, multi-paradigm, and interpreted programming language.

Confused already? We thought so. Let’s take you through each...

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My Non-Responsive Web Site: An Analysis

My Non-Responsive Web Site: An Analysis

A responsive website is like a 3D popup — it immerses you in the experience, tailored each device. A switch from an unresponsive to responsive website has been proven to increase conversion rates by 20%, as was the example with Walmart Canada. Today, we take you...

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So...What the Heck is Bootstrap?

So…What the Heck is Bootstrap?

Bootstrap is a prime example of intrapreneurial spirit. For a long time, Twitter’s engineering team had been unable to collaborate efficiently because of its unstructured design process. In 2011, then-Twitter engineers Mark Otto and Jacob Thorton decided to solve this problem by creating Bootstrap. They introduced...

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