Noupe Editorial Team

  • Top 10 Best WordPress Hosting Reviews Sort the Wheat from the Chaff

    The web is a place where you cannot only never reach the horizon but can’t even see it. Your life span is too short to be able to ever visit all the places there are today. Now consider that each day more new places arise than you could possibly visit even in that one day. In doing this, you’ll soon come to the conclusion that without some orientation, navigational helpers and other order systems you’ll get lost in the data stream. Fortunately, these helpers exist. One of which we will introduce you to today.



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  • Always on Top: Develop Immersive Android Apps with the Tooleap SDK

    Some Android developers might get excited about this new interesting addition to the Android app development. Tooleap is an always on top/floating UI for Android – an SDK, which brings your app to the forefront of the screen by adding a floating button. This makes your app accessible from any screen at any time. Your app will stand out from the mass on Google Play because it reaches a new level of user friendliness (at least, as long as all others don’t get the same idea).



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  • Ember.js: MVC Framework for JavaScript Web Apps

    The MVC framework Ember.js, which is gaining more and more popularity, combines best practices from different frameworks and programming languages. It is a mighty tool with a pretty steep learning curve. Today we want to take a closer look at the beginnings of Ember.js, its current status, and future development.



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  • Give Your Online Shop Personality – or Even Better: a Smile

    Online stores have one big problem: They are anonymous, have no personality at all and lack in atmosphere and emotion. There is no smiling account manager who welcomes you (although, in the real world this is also an exception rather than a rule), instead product and advertising photographs, links, and buttons dominate the online shop. This affects Amazon as well as big fashion stores and small private shops. Surely, you can’t bring bits and bytes to life, and an online store is only present on the visitor’s screen.



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  • Online Marketing 2015: Why Your Facebook Page Isn’t Enough

    Organic rather than generated content remains vital to maintaining an online presence. It used to be that having an active Facebook business page with rich organic content was enough to reach most of your customers, particularly if you targeted a niche that was located primarily on Facebook. But that’s no longer the case. Social media and online marketing evolves with each passing year, and businesses have to keep up or their marketing will become obsolete.



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  • Spring Cleaning: 20 Fresh and Free WordPress Themes from April 2014

    It’s us again, your deep web theme divers. Continuing with our monthly series, we bring forward a new list of 20 fresh themes for a variety of purposes. Although there is a lot of color in some of the designs, the minimalism is still the common denominator. The following themes are very simple, yet advanced and good to be used as is or to experiment with them to create something unique for your or your client’s site.



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  • HTML, CSS, PSD and More: 22 Free and Fresh Design Resources from April 2014

    How was your Easter, if you happened to celebrate it in your part of the world? We did not only find loads of eggs, but also a bunch of free resources for you all to enjoy. Today we are back with another round of HTML, CSS and PSD templates as well as some UI interfaces, all created in the course of the last few weeks. Frequent readers know that we collect the best new entries to the scene on a regular basis. So, add this post to your ever growing collection of design resources. If you’re a first-time visitor to this series, scroll down to the bottom of the post where we have neatly listed all the already published parts of our monthly collection.



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  • Fresh Breeze: 20 Brand-new Free WordPress Themes from February/March 2014

    The world of WordPress themes is constantly growing. That’s for sure. What’s changing is the focus of the themes. More and more themes are created with mobile in mind. Bootstrap has become a favorite foundation even in WordPress design and flat and responsive are more and more common. In a few months from now I assume we will not even have to state the responsiveness of a theme. It will have become standard by then. Today we have the latest new entries to the scene for you. All themes shown below have been created in February and March of this year or have undergone a complete overhaul, which basically led to a rebirth of the given theme.



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  • HTML, CSS, PSD and More: 18 Free Design Resources from February/March 2014

    Good morning, netizens! We are back with another round of HTML, CSS and PSD templates as well as some UI interfaces. Frequent readers know that we collect the best new entries to the scene on a regular basis. So, keep yourself updated with the freshest templates available. Whether you take the following pieces as an inspiration or plainly use them for your next project is completely up to you. They will certainly prove useful in both ways.



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  • Minimal is the New Black: 20 Fresh Free WordPress Themes from January 2014

    Continuing with our monthly series, today we bring you a new edition of the most recent and beautiful themes available. All our new entries sport a minimal style, which is undoubtedly growing in popularity. In order to improve their websites’ speed, to ensure that visitors focus on content and – not least – granting a perfect experience on mobile devices, many website creators are switching to minimal themes. Reason enough for us to lay a focus on clean, flat and all around more simplistic designs.



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