SSE Instead Of WebSockets For Unidirectional Data Flow Over HTTP/2

When building a web application, one must consider what kind of delivery mechanism they are going to use. Let’s say we have a cross-platform application that works with real-time data; a stock market application providing ability to buy or sell stock in real time. This application is composed of widgets that bring different value to […]

How Does the Blockchain Work? Pt. 4

This article was originally published on Blockchain Review. Thank you for supporting the partners who make SitePoint possible. What’s the difference between a private, public, and consortium blockchain? Understanding this is important. As financial institutions begin to explore the possibilities of blockchain technology, they are coming up with systems that complement their existing business models. […]

How Does the Blockchain Work? Pt. 3

This article was originally published on Blockchain Review. Thank you for supporting the partners who make SitePoint possible. What is consensus and why does it matter? The world of Bitcoin and underlying technologies of distributed ledger and blockchain are experiencing rapid change and growth. As low-trust digital systems gain adherents and differing use cases, developers […]

How Does the Blockchain Work? Pt. 2

This article was originally published on Blockchain Review. Thank you for supporting the partners who make SitePoint possible. The top five things that you need to know. The talk about Blockchain technology seems ubiquitous. But what exactly is a blockchain? More specifically, what are the blockchain essentials that you should really know? Let’s dive in […]

How Does the Blockchain Work? Pt. 1

This article was originally published on Blockchain Review. Thank you for supporting the partners who make SitePoint possible. If you really want to get into the blockchain and cryptocurrency world, I would highly recommend that you start your journey by reading these two white papers: Bitcoin: A Peer-to-Peer Electronic Cash System and Ethereum: A Next-Generation […]

Free Adobe XD Icon Sets Made By Legendary Designers

(This is a sponsored article.) Our friends at Adobe unveiled a very special goodie at the Awwwards Conference in Berlin today. A goodie which is too good to miss: They asked three renowned designers to create exclusive free icon sets to use in Adobe XD. And, well, we are very happy to feature them here […]

Native And PWA: Choices, Not Challengers!

It’s hard to tell exactly where the rift between “native” and “web” really started. I feel like it’s one of those things that had been churning just below the surface since the early days of Flash, only to erupt more recently with the rise of mobile platforms. Regardless, developers have squared off across this “great […]

A Comprehensive Guide To User Experience Design

(This is a sponsored article.) Having undertaken initial user research and analyzed your research findings, the next phase of the design process is to apply what you’ve learned by developing a series of designs to test your assumptions. In the fourth article in my series for Adobe XD, I’ll be focusing on the initial phase […]

Advanced CSS Layouts With Flexbox and CSS Grid

Full-day workshop • February 9th This workshop is designed for designers and developers who already have a good working knowledge of HTML and CSS. We will cover a range of CSS methods for achieving layout, from those you are safe to use right now even if you need to support older version of Internet Explorer […]

Bootstrap: Super Smart Features to Win You Over

The first stable release of Bootstrap 4 is here. And it’s pretty cool. This article looks at some of its best features. It was on 19th August, 2015, that Bootstrap 4 alpha was finally out. This was after months of anticipation, anxious tweets asking for the disclosure of a release date, and a few scattered […]

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