Originally released in 1995, the Apache web server is a true Internet old-timer. Of course it’s true that newer, more nimble open-source web servers have come along in the last twenty years—you’re probably familiar with Nginx—but Apache still operates on the lion’s share of servers worldwide, with most estimates pegging its stake at 40-50% of all web-facing servers.
Five Important Considerations for Wireframing
User experience design is more than just problem solving. Since a UX Architect’s workflow requires input from different teams, a vast part of the actual work is clear…
A Quick Look at the React and Redux DevTools
If you haven’t dug into React yet, I’d encourage it. There are lots of very satisfying feelings that come along with it. Building components that you piece together to assemble a complete working page is very satisfying, for example. The tooling is also quite satisfying. Working with Webpack and having it hot-reload just the components you’ve touched is awesome.
Seven Digital Design Resources
We asked our Creative Team for their go-to resources for digital design. Here are some of their favorites:
Six Key Ways to Optimize Your Web Hosting
We asked CloudTech, our premium technical support team, for six ways to optimize your hosting solution. Faster sites, here you come!
Considerations for styling the < pre > tag
You’ve probably used it. It’s that very special tag in HTML that allows for the white space within the tags to actually be honored. For example, four spaces…
The Reactive Database System – Letting the Cloud Help You
Amazon Web Service (AWS) is known for its scaling and elasticity. Now, with some help from AWS Lambda, even your database can benefit from the power of the cloud (and save you money at the same time).
You Should Probably Blog in Markdown
Maybe you’ll read that title and think: Damn, Chris. Little dogmatic isn’t it? There are lots of ways to do things, especially on the web. Why be all…