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Internet of Things will dominate by 2025: Good or bad?

Internet of Things will dominate by 2025: Good or bad? | futurewebnews | Scoop.it

The Internet of Things is expected to dominate the world by 2025. This is the latest results from the Pew Internet Project and their look at the future of tech and the Internet.

Joseph Mayton, 15/05/2014


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A Meteor Node.js App to Heroku in 5 Minutes | Architects Zone

A Meteor Node.js App to Heroku in 5 Minutes | Architects Zone | futurewebnews | Scoop.it
Meteor is an amazing framework to rapidly build fully interactive web applications based on node.js and MongoDB.
I had a look at the video on the home page...

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Meteor 0.6.2: D3.js v3, debugging improvements, experimental server-to-server DDP

Meteor 0.6.2: D3.js v3, debugging improvements, experimental server-to-server DDP | futurewebnews | Scoop.it

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New York City's Startup Scene Is Rapidly Becoming The Hub For Innovation And Investment

New York City's Startup Scene Is Rapidly Becoming The Hub For Innovation And Investment | futurewebnews | Scoop.it
">Daniel Goodman / Business Insider Foursquare, Mashable, and 10gen. What do a major social network, happening news website, and a rising database company have in common?
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A Meteor Node.js App to Heroku in 5 Minutes | Architects Zone

Meteor is an amazing framework to rapidly build fully interactive web applications based on node.js and MongoDB.
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The Toolbox: a directory of the best time-saving apps and tools

The Toolbox: a directory of the best time-saving apps and tools | futurewebnews | Scoop.it
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A collection for developers of the best time-saving apps, tools, and widgets from around the web.
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Single Page Application Ecosystem

Single Page Application Ecosystem | futurewebnews | Scoop.it
Single Page Application aka SPA are the norms of the day for building HTML5 Web or Mobile Applications. They have been around for a while and lot of development is happening in various aspects of SPA.
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Goodbye, Zen Coding. Hello, Emmet! | Smashing Coding

Goodbye, Zen Coding. Hello, Emmet! | Smashing Coding | futurewebnews | Scoop.it
This article explains how to write HTML and CSS with Emmet, a productive text-editor plugin which instantly expands simple abbreviations into complex code snippets.
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RubyJS is a JavaScript implementation of all methods from Ruby classes like Array, String, Numbers, Time and more.

RubyJS is a JavaScript implementation of all methods from Ruby classes like Array, String, Numbers, Time and more. | futurewebnews | Scoop.it
A JavaScript standard library based on the Ruby core-lib

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Olga Grabek's curator insight, February 4, 2013 12:59 PM

It looks really promising.

JerryJung's curator insight, May 15, 2013 8:35 AM

RubyJS is a JavaScript implementation of all methods from Ruby classes like Array, String, Numbers, Time and more.

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Ruby on Rails vs. Node.js at LinkedIn

LinkedIn replaced their back-end mobile infrastructure built on Ruby on Rails with Node.js some time ago for performance and scalability reasons. A former LinkedIn team member reacted explaining what went wrong, in his opinion.

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W3DC - The Web 3D Community

W3DC - The Web 3D Community | futurewebnews | Scoop.it

The Web 3D Community is about connecting artists, content creators, online 3d developers and users through a marketplace for assets used in these areas


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Evolution Of Web Design

Evolution Of Web Design | futurewebnews | Scoop.it
Websites have come a long way in the last ten years but remember when websites were neon green, with text in all caps and the hyperlinks in blue?

 

Where did the tablet-ready internet we know today came from? 

And what recent developments mean for the future of web design.

Check for the answers in this Infographic

 

By Carrington College. http://bit.ly/PdMJjS

Source. http://bit.ly/RMcZTj


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Mike Ellsworth's comment, March 5, 2013 9:47 AM
Thanks for the reScoop, Benjami!
Jonathan Follett's curator insight, March 18, 2014 10:07 PM

Knowing how and when previous web technology came about is vital in moving forward and developing future versions of previous technology's.

Derek Phillips's curator insight, March 28, 2014 5:38 AM

Before looking into the potential future of web design and development, it is essential to look into the tools, individuals/organisations and the trends of the time that created the web as it is known today. This info-graphic depicts the previously mentioned right from the foundation of the web.

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Startups Like Berlin Because Visa Rules Are Nothing Like the U.S. - Bloomberg

Startups Like Berlin Because Visa Rules Are Nothing Like the U.S. - Bloomberg | futurewebnews | Scoop.it
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Startups Like Berlin Because Visa Rules Are Nothing Like the U.S.

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A Meteor Node.js App to Heroku in 5 Minutes | Architects Zone

A Meteor Node.js App to Heroku in 5 Minutes | Architects Zone | futurewebnews | Scoop.it
Meteor is an amazing framework to rapidly build fully interactive web applications based on node.js and MongoDB.
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Inside TimeSpace, the New York Times' new startup accelerator

Inside TimeSpace, the New York Times' new startup accelerator | futurewebnews | Scoop.it
Like many entrepreneurs, Tarikh Korula takes pride in the standard perks of entrepreneurship: He doesn't have a boss, a corporate cubicle, or a "real job." It's been seven years since he's worked i...
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Best Learning Resources for Meteor.js

Best Learning Resources for Meteor.js | futurewebnews | Scoop.it
Meteor.js is an open-source platform built on node.js for building web apps quite rapidly. It is designed to allow programmers to create applications in a modern fashion, using up-to-date paradigms.
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This is the future of web browsing

This is the future of web browsing | futurewebnews | Scoop.it
An article shared on Sidebar today highlights the mind-blowing power of HTML5. Web developer / Mozilla evangelist David Walsh has collated nine demos that use just native web technologies to show...
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Perceptual computing could be the Next Big Thing

Perceptual computing could be the Next Big Thing | futurewebnews | Scoop.it
Moves to bring human-like senses to computers, i.e. incorporating the addition of touch, voice, facial recognition and other technologies into our information and communication devices, are gaining ground.

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CoffeeConsole

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CoffeeConsole - A Chrome Extension for running CoffeeScript from the Web Inspector
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Great for testing some Coffeescript directly in the browser.

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Why Everyone Is Talking About Node.JS

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Node.js has been hailed as “the new Ruby on Rails” by the developer community. But does it deserve the hype?

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Internet of things: How machine-to-machine technology is making inroads into our lives

Internet of things: How machine-to-machine technology is making inroads into our lives | futurewebnews | Scoop.it
While M2M can be used by almost all industries, some of the early adaptors have been auto, healthcare and appliances that go into making a smart home.

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40 Entertaining Infographics Plus Some Tips On Creating Your Own Using Photoshop

40 Entertaining Infographics Plus Some Tips On Creating Your Own Using Photoshop | futurewebnews | Scoop.it
  

Infographics are popular. They help reduce complex coherences to simplified illustrations. Information gets visualized. The best infographics are self-explanatory, needing almost no text at all.

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Jane Sleeth's comment, May 30, 2013 1:51 PM
Remember however that the use of icons and infographics needs to take into account principals of Universal Design so that people of all ability levels can "read", understand and use. JE Sleeth OPC Accessible Design consultants since 1991
Cam's comment, May 30, 2013 9:34 PM
I disagree Jane. It would be great if everything were able to be accessible to everyone, but that is simply not the reality. We can't homogenise visual art into an accessible form, simply because some people can't see the fine details. That would be as wrong as never considering visually impaired persons, for example.
Cam's comment, May 30, 2013 9:34 PM
I disagree Jane. It would be great if everything were able to be accessible to everyone, but that is simply not the reality. We can't homogenise visual art into an accessible form, simply because some people can't see the fine details. That would be as wrong as never considering visually impaired persons, for example.