As we live in the multi-screen world, responsive web design is the buzz word of the decade. Websites built with responsive design techniques such as media queries, fluid grids, and flexible images are interactive, adaptive and provide a rich user experience. It is one of the most dominating forums for over a period of time. No matter how important they are, the performance issue with responsive sites stands out prominently. But with adjustments, the web designers are trying their best to come up with measures that can efficiently solve the problem. As the responsive site loads nearly all the HTML elements that are being loaded on a desktop or tablet, their performance is relatively slow. Moreover, the content including the scripts and the images are delivered all at a once in the devices where the website is viewed. This is one of the reasons for slower performance. However, the problem lies when 86% of the responsive sites deliver a page intended to use on a desktop to mobile … [Read more...] about How to Radically Increase the Performance of Responsive Website?
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Native or the web is the hot topic of argument between confounded decisions makers and developers. Considering the pros and cons of evolving technologies and analyzing its substantial effect over business performance spawns countless arguments. With the entry of cross-platform app development, a new player has entered this longstanding debate. Cross platform mobile app development allows you to use a single code base whilst target multiple platforms; instead of writing native codes for each platform separately. After opting for cross-platform mobile development, you as an Entrepreneur are entitled to a reward or a prime benefit-"build once and get the app deployed on multiple platforms". Nevertheless, cross-platform apps come with a few drawbacks, they do not adopt high graphics with additional fluidity and they consume a substantial amount of memory. Startups are using cross-platform mobile app development as a tool to penetrate the market and so replacing it with the native apps. … [Read more...] about Resolving Entrepreneur’s Dilemma—Native or Cross-Platform Mobile Apps
Android is rapidly becoming one of the most popular smartphoneoperating systems. Apple has got a real competitor and recent figures show that Android is growing faster than the iPhone, and gaining ground quicker than Apple ever could have imagined. Now Android is a great operating system, and there have been lots of posts outlining why it’s better than the iPhone OS, so now I’ve decided to go against that trend and show you 5 things the iPhone has over Android. Android has seen great development in 2012 and so is Apple Product. iPhone 4S with Siri loaded, become one of the hottest selling smartphone and similarly the new iPad become one of the hottest tablet ever sold. Though, Android ICS is a good step towards Android unification and major improvement. Why iPhone is better than the Android: Reasons I believe many of Android lover will disagree with this, but I’m always open for discussion and lets find out which one is better any some reasons why iPhone or iOS … [Read more...] about 5 Ways The iPhone Is Better Than Android
This is 2017 and the competition amongst webpreneurs continue to be fierce, and only the fittest, well-informed, and action-takers have the chance to survive. And to help the less privileged who might not have the budget for running huge and fearsome advertisement like the top guns in the industry, Google decided to introduce the application known as Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP), which strictly helps to improve the mobile experience of end-users. Understanding that not so many people know about this let alone know how to go about applying it on their WordPress blogs to start enjoying the benefits themselves, I decided to write this guide on what Google AMP is about, why it is important, how to install it and the configurations. I hope you will find it useful. What is Google AMP? Google AMP is the short form for Google Accelerated Mobile Pages, which is simply geared towards improving the loading speed of mobile websites, just so it can function optimally and maximally, thereby … [Read more...] about Beginners Guide To Setting Up Google AMP For WordPress Blogs
A Twitter Website Card is a good way to increase your website traffic when you tweet or even when someone tweets a link from your site. It is a “sign” that appears automatically on a tweet when you add a link or when someone else does it from another tweet account. It works as a attribution of the owners content. A Twitter Website Card allows you to show information differently than just text or images alone, even if someone else links to you, it allows you to show the preview images or thumbnails you want. You are able to customize the title and description too. For example, when you watch a YouTube or Vine video from twitter you are actually using a Twitter Website Card. The “Player Card” allows you to watch videos without leaving twitter. It is as easy as adding a few lines of code of HTML in your website to make it work, also you can use a plugin (WordPress) to do it faster. This way, any user who tweets links to your website will automatically generate a … [Read more...] about How to setup Twitter Cards to Increase your Traffic?