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Microsoft now offers a share button for Skype
November 4, 2015
Microsoft now offers a share button for Skype

Nowadays share buttons are on almost every website. It allows users to quickly share a website link with their friends and followers. From Facebook to Twitter, Pinterest to Google+ the only service that was missing was Skype, until today.

Learning HTML5 Directly from W3C
May 13, 2015
Learning HTML5 Directly from W3C

Master HTML5 and core Web technologies by taking a course from the people who created them! Learn codes the right way for excellent websites.

Google takes U-turn on "Pointer Events" standard; to support development
March 30, 2015
Google takes U-turn on "Pointer Events" standard; to support development

In February, the W3C, which is the body that determined standards for the World Wide Web, proclaimed that the Pointer Events functionality should become a standard feature for all web browsers. However, it got cold reception from Google and Apple which are known for their slow adoption standards. But, Google this week took a U-turn on the "Pointer Events" standard.

Microsoft finally killing off Internet Explorer brand
March 19, 2015
Microsoft finally killing off Internet Explorer brand

Internet Explorer has been serving users for a pretty long time and was once the best portal to access the internet. Now, however, users are becoming dissastisfied as it no longer caters for their basic needs due to bad management and poor update on its services  - especially when compared to others such as Firefox and Google Chrome.

Chrome and Firefox Users Make Better Employees
February 24, 2015
Chrome and Firefox Users Make Better Employees

A recent study conducted by Cornerstone OnDemand has suggested that employees who use Chrome and Firefox browsers are better than those who use Microsoft’s Internet Explorer!

5 Web Design Trends for 2015
February 13, 2015
5 Web Design Trends for 2015

We've compiled the top 5 web design trends we think you're likely see this year.