Agile Software Development – Is It Even Good?

Before introduction of Agile methodology, Waterfall model or Linear-Sequential Life Cycle model was the popular methodology for software development. Though it was very simple to understand and use, it had its disadvantages like once the product had gone to testing stage, it was very difficult to go back and make changes to something which was not well thought out earlier. Not only that, it had high risk factor and there used to be no working software until the late development life cycle. These shortcomings along with many others, forced software development industry to rapidly move towards Agile methodology. Continue reading »

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Why Use HTML5?

HTML5 might be one of the hot topics being discussed among various segments of technology people at the moment. Many of you might already have most of the information about HTML5 by now, but if you are new to this, or sceptical about using it, this article would explain few of the many exciting features (rather advantages) of HTML5 that would make your life a lot easier.

Native Audio/Video
With the advent of social networking web sites (e.g.: Facebook, Twitter, YouTube etc.) & increasing popularity of the same among the people, developers are constantly compelled to make their web application / sites more interactive by including animation, videos, music & share buttons in order to stay ahead of their competitors. Continue reading »

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HTML5 localStorage with examples

What is HTML5 localStorage?

It is a system for web pages to locally store the named key / value pairs within the client web browser.

The data aren’t incorporated with each server request; as a result, localStorage is faster. The performance of the website remains unaffected regardless of the size of the data stored.

The localStorage object stores the data without expiration date. Hence, the data is readily available whenever the browser is opened in the future. Continue reading »

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