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posted on: 06 Apr 2020

CSS3 is the next major release of CSS after version 2.1. CSS3 is now based on modules which are now separate components and that means that they can be developed individually....Read more


posted on: 03 Apr 2020

HTML is the core technology used in building websites together with CSS and Javascript. On October 2014 the HTML 5 version was announced by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) after a long period of time where HTML 4 was used. HTML 5 greatly supports the development of more rich and sophisticated web application by introducing new features and providing more capabilities such as support for multimedia content, advanced animations, 3D effects and interactive application interfaces. ...Read more

The jQuery 3.4

posted on: 30 Mar 2020

jQuery is a JS library which simplifies a lot DOM-related operations like traversing html nodes, manipulating elements, event handling, ajax handling and CSS animations. It is a lightweight library which has managed to make a lot easier the whole JS programming experience of a frontend web developer as also stated by its moto: "write less, do more". The 3.4 version will be the last in the 3.x version series before the 4.x series. ...Read more

Git 2.x

posted on: 27 Mar 2020

Git is one of the most popular Version Control System as it has been widely adopted by many developers. Its main characteristic is the fact that it is a distributed system and that means that each user can have a copy of the repository locally without having to interact with any server comparing to a centralized system. The Git 2.x version brings some new features which make it a fast and effective version control tool....Read more