by ryan on 06/22/2012
In my last post, I went on a small tirade towards the end about Dreamweaver and what not to use in Web Development. This time, I want to tell you what you should be using (or at least, what I prefer to use). First, let me get this out there: I stay away from full-blown [...]
Think about most nation’s websites for a minute. Most are state-of-the-art sites built with the latest technology, but not North Korea’s. It cost $15.
by eric on 03/02/2012
The MVC architecture pattern is a very useful method of software development that can be used in almost any application you are building, no matter how large or small. MVC allows for isolating the three major components of a software application in order to make development and maintenance much easier for the programmers. We will discuss the basic concepts of the MVC pattern so that you can begin to use it in your everyday application development.
As we enter 2012, the TM team is prepared to do whatever it takes to both provide your company with the best website in the business as well as survive the apparent apocalypse. For all your web needs, the TM team is here for you!
Google Chrome has taken the second most popular browser title away from Mozilla’s Firefox. Does Firefox have what it takes to stay in the running for best Web browser or is it doomed to fail?
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