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Software Development Trends 2014 You May Not Have Heard About

Software Development Trends 2014 You May Not Have Heard About | Web Design | Scoop.it
2014's lurking around the corner: what technologies will take off and have a major impact, which of the fashions and fads of 2013 will become important trends and game changers in 2014.

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Martin (Marty) Smith's curator insight, January 12, 2014 9:41 AM

Ever think you know enough about the technology we all depend upon? Don't since things change and then change again way too fast for any one to "know" anything (lol). This post outlines a group of highly technical changes that will impact our web and software designs next year whether we know or realize them or not:

  • Hadoop and its ecosystem
  • Software Defined Networks
  • Containers and low overhead virtualization
  • Private clouds
  • Devops
  • Internet of Things
  • Low-latency Services: soft-realtime on the web
  • Return of SQL (the language)
  • Return of RDBMS
  • Hosted Development Environments:
  • Immutable Deployment or Immutable Infrastructure:
  • Languages for JavaScript:
  • JavaScript as Universal Runtime:
  • Native development Back?
  • Solutions to Callback Hell
  • Functional in the Mainstream


My favorites are private clouds, their note about Internet of Things and questioning immutable deployment.

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The Top UX Predictions for 2014 | UX Magazine

The Top UX Predictions for 2014 | UX Magazine | Web Design | Scoop.it
When we asked our contributors and other members of the UX community for their notable trends of 2013 we also asked for some predictions about what will be big in experience design next year. We asked why these things ...
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The best of 2013 for designers

The best of 2013 for designers | Web Design | Scoop.it
In 2013, we covered a ton of new apps, resources, and more for designers and developers. In fact, we covered hundreds of resources! So rather than you having t

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Microsoft Dynamics CRM Revamp Followed by Tablet Apps, UI Updates

Microsoft Dynamics CRM Revamp Followed by Tablet Apps, UI Updates | Web Design | Scoop.it
iOS 7 support and new dashboard enhancements are among the user-centric features baked into the latest edition of Microsoft Dynamics CRM.

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10 Web Design Trends You Can Expect to See in 2014

10 Web Design Trends You Can Expect to See in 2014 | Web Design | Scoop.it
While 2014 is knocking on the door, let's look ahead and see what kind of new(ish) Web design trends we can look for and be inspired by come the new year.
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WordPress Web Design For Dummies, 2nd Edition - PDF Free Download - Fox eBook

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WordPress Web Design For Dummies, 2nd Edition PDF Free Download, Reviews, Read Online, ISBN: 111854661X, By Lisa Sabin-Wilson

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Fox eBook's curator insight, December 2, 2013 8:06 PM

Part I: Establishing a WordPress Foundation
Chapter 1. Exploring Web Design with WordPress
Chapter 2. Understanding WordPress Requirements
Chapter 3. Installing WordPress on Your Web Server
Chapter 4. Managing Content with WordPress

 

Part II: Choosing the Right Tools
Chapter 5. Exploring Editors, Browsers, and FTP
Chapter 6. Choosing Graphics and Software Resources
Chapter 7. Choosing Colors and Fonts
Chapter 8. Planning Your Design Strategy

 

Part III: Working with WordPress Themes
Chapter 9. Finding and Installing a WordPress Theme
Chapter 10. Working with the Default Theme. Twenty Thirteen
Chapter 11. Dissecting Themes and Templates
Chapter 12. Displaying Content with Widgets and Template Tags
Chapter 13. Understanding Parent and Child Themes

 

Part IV: Building Your Custom Website
Chapter 14. Using Basic CSS and HTML to Customize Your Site Design
Chapter 15. Designing for WordPress as a CMS
Chapter 16. Enhancing Your Website with Plugins

 

Part V: The Part of Tens
Chapter 17. Ten Powerful Plugins for WordPress
Chapter 18. Ten Well-Designed Sites That Use WordPress as a CMS

zain mahmood's curator insight, January 17, 2014 11:43 AM

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jia de's curator insight, May 25, 2014 7:53 PM

nice book!