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Who Will Win The .NET CORE CMS Race?

.NET Core is the next evolutionary step for Microsoft and the .NET platform.  .NET Core version 1 was released in late 2016 and it's a big change in the framework that will require you to completely re-write your website from the ground-up.  So the c[...]

Predicted Website Trends For 2017

Last week Stackoverflow released their annual developer survey.  One of the most impressive things about this survey is the number of respondents who participated, 64,000, which is probably the largest developer survey in the world. Looking at the em[...]

Is the JS CMS The Way Of The Future?

Have you ever had a drunken conversation at the pub, where you come up with an amazing idea only to never do anything about it?  We came up with a concept for a Javascript CMS in 2014, which seemed like a good idea but probably a little too much work[...]

2017 Web Development Digital Trends Predictions

Web development has got to be included in one of the fastest changing sectors in the world, so trends come and go faster than you can blink. I had learned Angular on my to-do list last year and then Angular 2 was released in beta, which changed thing[...]

A Reflective Look At 2016s Digital Trends

January is usually the time where people are the most reflective.  Gyms meet the people who'll pay their bills for the rest of the year but will only turn up for a  few weeks, offices will start to fear no one will drink ever again while others will [...]
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