September 2017

One of the major reason developers are ignoring standard technology languages like PHP, is the issues faced with the vigor and scalability of the platform. CakePHP is one such robust open-source web framework which is stealing the limelight due to its MVC (model–view–controller) approach, styled on the lines of Ruby on Rails. Even though the… Read the rest of this entry »

Despite the growing number of technologies, Microsoft’s ASP.NET is surprisingly one of the most commonly used server-side web application frameworks. ASP.NET is a closed-source and reliable platform, which is why its adoption rate was very high for small businesses and enterprises. Given that companies are generally not very happy about shifting platforms frequently, ASP.NET continued… Read the rest of this entry »

FusionCharts Suite XT comes with 90+ charts that can be used to visualize data for a number of business applications. Additionally, it also includes several basic and advanced features using which charts can be configured for improved visualization. One such feature is the capability to implement the drill-down interactivity in charts. With the drill-down interactivity… Read the rest of this entry »

AngularJS (version 1.x) when launched by Google a few years back was a compelling JavaScript library. However, the library faced an unexpected developer attrition, when Facebook launched the ReactJS library. To prevent it from becoming obsolete, the complete architecture was reworked. The framework was converted from a Model-View-Whatever architecture to a component-based architecture. To mark… Read the rest of this entry »

SharePoint is a collaboration tool that integrates with Microsoft Office. Launched in 2001, SharePoint provides web based collaborative platform and content management system. The basic structure of SharePoint 2016 can be implemented by following procedure: On-Premises with installation of SharePoint Server physically On the Cloud with the help of Office 365 This tutorial tells you… Read the rest of this entry »