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          jQuery Is Still the Dominant JavaScript Library

          Tuesday, July 12, 2022
          jQuery is one of the longest-running and most influential JavaScript libraries on the web. A staggering 78% of the top 1 million websites use jQuery in some way, according to BuiltWith. As for the most talked-about JavaScript library today, React, it’s used by a relatively paltry 14%.

          The future of Kubernetes

          Monday, March 28, 2022
          Kubernetes is ubiquitous in container orchestration, and its popularity has yet to weaken. This does, however, not mean that evolution in the container orchestration space is at a stand-still. This blog will put forward some arguments for why Kubernetes users, and developers, in particular, should look beyond the traditional Kubernetes we have learned over the past few years to paradigms that may be better suited for cloud-native applications.

          Multi-Cloud : Don't Put All Eggs in One Basket, but how?

          Monday, December 13, 2021
          Outage shows how Amazon's complex cloud makes backup plans difficult
          Major companies using Amazon.com's data services got a painful lesson this week about how the complexity and market dominance of the company's cloud unit make it difficult to back up their data with other providers, analysts and experts told Reuters.

          WebRTC Becomes an Official Web Standard

          Monday, April 19, 2021
          WebRTC (Web Real-Time Communication) is a free, open-source project providing web browsers and mobile applications with real-time communication (RTC) via simple application programming interfaces (APIs)

          Cost to Build a Website

          Wednesday, January 13, 2021
          One of the most common questions we hear from our readers is: “How much does it cost to build a website?” We’re here to answer that question, and to help you put your money where it matters. After 10 years of reviewing everything from web builders to hosting providers, you can bet we’ve made all the usual mistakes – meaning we can help you avoid them first-time!

          .Net 5 Released

          Thursday, December 10, 2020
          The new release focuses on improvements of .NET Core 3.1: smaller single-file applications, support for Windows ARM64, and more capable JsonSerializer APIs are among the key features of .NET 5, along with many considerable performance improvements

          Video Conferencing

          Tuesday, August 18, 2020
          Before the coronavirus pandemic, video conferencing was a niche tool for road warriors and a relatively small population of full-time remote workers. Today, it’s a fact of everyday life for millions of people.

          Face Biometric Enrollment

          Monday, March 2, 2020
          In 2020, there were more than 1.2 billions biometric travel document (e-passport) in circulation. Biometrics provides irrefutable evidence of the link between the passport and its holder in border controls. Face recognition is the most natural means of biometric identification as it does not require any contact with the person. Thus ensuring quality face biometric enrollment is top priority for accurate recognition

          Transport Layer Security (TLS)

          Tuesday, August 6, 2019
          TLS is widely on the web, denoted by https://, meaning HTTP over TLS. Similarly, SMTPS, FTPS are used for email and FTP servers respectively. TLS offers authentication, confidentiality and integrity in data transmissions.

          ASP.Net Core hits 7 millions requests per second

          Friday, February 15, 2019
          ASP.Net Core v1.0 demonstrated 2300% gain from ASP.Net v4.6 at 1.15 million request per second, 12.6 Gbps. Today, ASP.Net Core v2.2 saturates 10GbE at more than 7 millions request per second
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