The End of the Web? Don’t Bet on It. Here’s Why

Both Sides of the Table

In it he asserts that the web is dying and in its ashes will see the rise of the “App Internet.” The web is dying and will be replaced by “the App Internet.” Enter the World Wide Web (WWW). Web & Social Change the Landscape of the Web.

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What to Expect from Trending Web Design in 2016

Tech Zulu Event

The dynamism of web design ascertains that trends should keep varying to the better with changing times. Creativity thrives on a blend of several ideas to propose solutions and convey emotions, creative fields like fashion and graphic designs always find its way to web design and vice versa.

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JS Saturday | Javascript Beginner to Advanced in One Day!

Tech Zulu Event

Have you ever wanted to learn Javascript? After attending this one day bootcamp you will be an advanced Javascript coder. The day will include an introduction to Javascipt, Jquery, Knockout JS, HTML5/CSS – Responsive web design, Nodejs, Javascript Patterns and many more!!

Framework Benchmarks Round 11

TechEmpower

Round 11 of the ongoing Web Framework Benchmarks project is now available! many Lua tests and several JavaScript tests). We'll keep this blog entry short and sweet. The highlights for Round 11. Three new languages are represented in Round 11: Crystal , D , and Rust.

Frameworks Round 4

TechEmpower

We’ve posted Round 4 of our ongoing project measuring the performance of many web application frameworks and platforms. This round adds Bottle (Python), Dancer (Perl), Kelp (Perl), MicroMVC (PHP), Mojolicious (Perl), Phalcon (PHP), RingoJS (JavaScript), Spark (Java), and Wai (Haskell).

Frameworks Round 1

TechEmpower

You are viewing the first round of web application framework benchmarks. Among the many factors to consider when choosing a web development framework, raw performance is easy to objectively measure. This machine is responsible for hosting the web application exclusively.

Why Google Fiber? Moat-widening Endeavor & Future of Computing.

Tech Zulu Event

To understand that assertion, let’s observe how and when Google encroached on each layer of the technology value chain required to access any web service. Web browser – even a functional computer with an OS isn’t enough to access most Google services.

SweetLabs Dangles $50K To Developers

socalTECH

San Diego-based SweetLabs , the startup formerly known as OpenCandy, said today that it has launched a $50,000 contest which will reward web developers for creating desktop applications for its Pokki desktop app environment. The software allows developers to use web technologies like HTML5, CSS, and Javascript to create interactive desktop applications.

Frameworks Round 2

TechEmpower

Last week, we posted the results of benchmarking several web application development and frameworks. JavaScript. Web servers. The response was tremendous.

Sencha Touch for Mobile Web App Development

SoCal Tech Calendar

Wednesday, September 1, 2010 -- CommNexus Presents:Sencha Touch for Mobile Web App Development. Sencha Touch is a new mobile app framework based on Javascript, HTML5, and CSS3. SPEAKER: David Kaneda Creative Director, Sencha Touch David is a designer, developer and blogger interested in mobile apps, web technology, and digital design. It allows developers to create amazing experiences on Android and iOS devices like the iPad and iPhone.

OpenX Rolls Out Google AMP Compatibility

socalTECH

Pasadena-based programmatic advertising marketplace operator OpenX has rolled out compatibility with Google AMP, Google's effort at a highly optimized set of rules for mobile web pages, across its entire set of products, the companys aid Monday. Google's AMP defines a strict set of rules--including prohibition against external Javascript includes--to accelerate delivery of mobile pages using HTML5.

Rubicon Project Rolls Google AMP Compliant Ad Software

socalTECH

Los Angeles-based Rubicon Project is making it easier for publishers to publish Google AMP compliant webpages, saying its FastLane header bidding solution is now accepted by Google for its mobile web project. Google AMP is a strict set of guidelines, issued by Google, which optimizes web pages for mobile browsing. AMP pages are slowly being implemented by major publishers to increase their search rankings and improve the speed of mobile web access.

Build Native Mobile Apps Using Your Web Skills

SoCal Tech Calendar

Thursday, April 22, 2010 -- CommNexus Presents: Build Native Mobile Apps Using Your Web Skills. Appcelerators Titanium platform translates your hard won web skills into native mobile applications that perform and look just like they were written in Objective-C [iPhone] or Java [Android]  but using your JavaScript, HTML, and CSS skills.

Pokki Takes App Model To The Desktop

socalTECH

The firm said today that it has launched a beta of Pokki , a platform which lets web developers create desktop apps, using languages such as HTML5, CSS, and JavaScript. San Diego-based SweetLabs , the firm formerly known as OpenCandy, is taking on the mobile app model, and applying it to the desktop.

RealGravity Finds $2.0M

socalTECH

RealGravity , a stealth mode firm working on software to help users add video to their web sites, has raised $2.0M Tags: realgravity venture capital video javascript software out of a $2.5M funding round, according to a regulatory filing by the firm today. Source of the funding was not disclosed, however, the firm lists Bill Youstra of Kohlberg Ventures as a new board member. RealGravity's founders look to be split between Los Angeles and San Francisco.

Dallas Day of.Net | Training and Trends on Microsoft Technologies

Tech Zulu Event

Hilariously simple tutorials, gaming, Windows 8 real-time, Windows Azure as a virtually unlimited scaling mechanism, and of course, awesome web and mobile possibilities are just a few of the examples you’ll see demonstrated.

Software Development | How To Collaborate As A Team

Tech Zulu Event

It allows for live collaboration, you can import content from Google Drive, and the most important feature is the ability to export multiple versions (a printable, web and tablet version) without any extra effort.

MediaPass Gets $1.75M More

socalTECH

The startup's software uses JavaScript and other code to intercept traffic to existing blogs and web sites, and require premium signups to access full content. Los Angeles-based MediaPass , the developer of subscription and content monetization software aimed at online publishers, has raised $1.75M more in a Series B funding. The funding came from angels, including Jeff Stibel of Dun & Bradstreet Credibility Corp. and Jeff Tinsley of MyLife.

Envolve: Enabling Meaningful Conversation All Over The Web

Tech Zulu Event

Envolve is a very early stage start-up company based out of San Francisco with a goal to enable meaningful conversation all over the web in real-time. Each claims to be better then the other because you can't have multiple bars on your web-page.

SoCal Code Camp | Learn, Network, & Win Awesome Prizes!

Tech Zulu Event

This fun conference will have over 85 sessions on various technologies including Web Development, Mobile, Ruby , Javascript and more. It’s great for anyone interested in Web Development or mobile.

GumGum Makes Images Profitable for Publishers

Tech Zulu Event

Think about how many images are on the web. Early on GumGum began to experiment with overlaying rich media ads through Flash with photos until technology progressed and they moved over to Javascript. Millions, billions, trillions?

Mangling JSON numbers

TechEmpower

If we have a long (64-bit integer) that we serialize into JSON, we might be in trouble if JavaScript consumes that JSON. JavaScript has the equivalent of double (64-bit floating point) for its numbers, and double cannot represent the same set of numbers as long. If we store 2 53 + 1 in a long and that number is meant to be precise, then we should avoid encoding it as a JSON number and sending it to a JavaScript client. The output of x.toString() in JavaScript is suspicious.

Interview with Chris Lyman and Corey Brundage, SendLove.to

socalTECH

Effectively, what Corey and I are trying to do, is distill the course of opinions on the web, and turn that into a consumable format. Instead, what we have tried to do, is turn the social web into a sort of representative democracy.

How to Work with Lawyers at a Startup

Both Sides of the Table

I know he’s smart but you wouldn’t hire a Javascript developer to do your database design – would you? But as with consulting, PR, web design and even VC – it’s not just the firm it’s also the individual.

A Night Of #Hackfest With BetterWorks

Tech Zulu Event

Quick Web App Builder (QWAB) – parts prebuilt before competition. Senior and junior Rails and mobile (javascript) developers familiar with b2b software. Welcome to the accelerated version of Startup Weekend.

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Realtime Raises $100M, Opens Office In Santa Monica

socalTECH

Realtime , a startup developing technology to help power real-time web applications, said today that it has raised $100M, launched in the U.S., The firm, which was previously known as Internet Business Technologies, said that it has developed a language, xRTML, that helps convert existing, static HTML into real-time, live web applications. and opened up a new office in Santa Monica.

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General Assembly Raises $35M In Funding Round

socalTECH

General Assembly , which conducts classes on web development, Photoshop, Javascript, digital marketing, and all kinds of other topics through its location in Los Angeles, has just scored a $35M funding round, a Series C for the company. The company--which is based in New York--operates a series of schools across the nation to teach digital skills.

App is Crap (why Apple is bad for your health)

Both Sides of the Table

I had just returned from living in Japan where I witnessed the hugely successful launch of i-mode by NTT DoCoMo so I knew the potential that the mobile web would ultimately bring, but I saw so many flaws in the launch of WAP. The mobile web would finally be open!

Google Code API Console – Nicely Done

SoCal CTO

Custom Search API - Google Custom Search enables you to search over a slice of the web, such as your own website, or a collection of websites. Google Code just release the API console. It better organizes Google’s APIs and I even discovered a couple new APIs.

How to Teach Computational Thinking

Xconomy

We’ve had Wolfram|Alpha free on the web for years now. Yes, there’s certainly a need for some number of software engineers in the world who can write low-level programs in languages like C++ or Java or JavaScript—and can handle the details of loops and declarations.

Docstoc Adds Preview Feature

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Santa Monica-based Docstoc rolled out a new feature for the firm's web-based document sharing service Thursday, which allows users to embed preview links into their web pages of documents on the site. The firm's new Docshots service allows any Docstoc user to include pop-up previews of their documents, by including Javascript code on their web page.

Congrats To The Spotlight: LA Tech Fall Presenting Companies at UCLA

Tech Zulu Event

GumGum was founded in 2007 when a team of seasoned Internet entrepreneurs realized web site publishers were missing out on valuable revenue by not monetizing their image-based content. Based in Los Angeles, we are software developers and designers that specialize in Ruby on Rails, JavaScript, Cloud Computing, Mobile Development, Application Design, and most importantly, helping you solve problems.

Interview with Mark Sylvester, Likeabilitee

socalTECH

The answer was yes, and we also saw that we could begin to play at web scale, be hosted in the cloud, be scalable in an extensive way. We then actually went to the leader, Amazon, and we're in the web services group. What we did, is we made our first foray into HTML5 and Javascript.

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