Git Objects - How They Work Internally?

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Git is one of the essential and primary tools a developer use daily. If you're using it too (which I'm sure you are), have you ever wondered how it works behind the scenes? How do the stored snapshots get restored—almost instantly?...

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Understanding Dense and Sparse Arrays in JavaScript

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Arrays are an integral part of almost every programming language. We extensively use this term in domains (electronics, construction) other than software development. JavaScript arrays are primarily are of two types, viz., Dense Arra...

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Client-Developer Relationship - Demystified

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No web development project is considered successful unless the client-developer relationship is nurtured in good spirits from both ends. Sometimes, the absence of common sense from either side ruins a flourishing project, prematurely. This is a sensi...

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SEO Essentials for Front-End Developers

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More than often, search engine optimization is one of the neglected domains, front-end developers may not pay that much attention when building a custom design for a business website. I personally think that core SEO work is part of front-end develop...

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How to Structure and Organize a CSS Stylesheet

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Whether you're building a one-page website or a large-scale business portal, clean, lean, and easily extensible CSS code is one of the important ingredients required for a good custom web design...

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When Does a Business Website Design Go Wrong?

Posted on: by Rajeev Edmonds
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Creating a top-notch design for a business website is a herculean task. Things get more serious if the website is selling products on the same platform. Despite spending thousands of dollars, sometimes, business owners don't get the desired result fr...

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Judging a Good CMS Theme [End User's Perspective]

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Regardless of the content management system powering a website, a theme running on top of it is what primarily interacts with a developer as well as with the visitors. But here, we're going to talk about the person (website owner) sitting be...

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Pros and Cons of Using a Front-End Framework

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There are literally hundreds of front-end frameworks developers can use for their projects. Some of them are quite popular and are actively maintained by a large community. If you're p...

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