Development

Google Has Open Sourced its iOS Testing Framework

February 17th, 2016
by Sufyan bin Uzayr
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Google has recently open sourced its testing framework for iOS app development, and you can start working with it right away. Named EarlGrey, this framework comes with several features suited for iOS app development.

(Free) Services

Wix 2016: Brand-new Editor, Music Store, and More

February 16th, 2016
by Denis Potschien
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Wix 2016: Brand-new Editor, Music Store, and More

Wix is a website builder made to simplify and professionalize the creation of contemporary websites for several years already. Plenty of templates and extensive editing options are essential characteristics of the tool. As trends and techniques change fast in the web design and development sector, Wix has recently published its rehashed editor with new features. Now, Wix supports the trend of using videos as...

Design

Adobe Has Released A Fix For Creative Cloud File Deletion Problem

February 16th, 2016
by Sufyan bin Uzayr
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Adobe has released a fix for the file deletion problem that had surfaced with the last update of Adobe Creative Cloud, and users are encouraged to install the fix at the earliest, in order to prevent loss of crucial files. Last week, following the updated release of Adobe Creative Cloud version 3.5.0.206, users encountered a weird and serious problem: Creative Cloud was deleting folders...

Business Online

5 Things to Include When Designing a Site for Ecommerce

February 16th, 2016
by Noupe Editorial Team
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5 Things to Include When Designing a Site for Ecommerce

Continuously increasing numbers of shoppers are heading online to compare prices, read customer testimonials, and verify the businesses they’re purchasing from are reputable and deliver high-quality goods. Ecommerce sales have been and are projected to steadily increase, with eMarketer predicting a growth to $2.489 trillion in 2018 from $1.077 trillion in 2013. For website design for a retailer, ecommerce options are a vital component....

Plugins

CaptainForm: Simplified Forms for WordPress

February 15th, 2016
by Noupe Editorial Team
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WordPress is quite popular when it comes to building websites, and as such, it is backed by a large number of plugins. You can easily create galleries, combat spam and also build contact forms using WordPress plugins, without having to touch even a single line of code. Speaking of contact forms, the plugins to build forms are plenty, and you can opt for both free...

Business Online

Google Will Soon Retire Picasa

February 15th, 2016
by Sufyan bin Uzayr
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Google has decided to retire Picasa, its flagship photo sharing service, and will now focus solely on Google Photos. For quite many years, Google had been promoting Picasa as a photo and video sharing service, similar to Yahoo’s Flickr, but less popular and less feature-packed. Of late, Google had launched Google Photos, and with seamless integration for Photos on Google+ and Android devices, Picasa...

Plugins

How to Redirect WordPress Visitors by Country

February 15th, 2016
by Noupe Editorial Team
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How to Redirect Wordpress Visitors by Country

Even though the web is global your business might not. Thus, not every visitor to your website will have the same value for you. Instead, you’ll want to keep some and send away others. Or you might have different offerings for different nations. Also in this case, you’d want to send your visitors directly to the offering active for their country. A new WordPress...

Business Online

Performance Budget: Free Online Tool for Page Optimization

February 14th, 2016
by Ioanni Mitsakis
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The free online tool Performance Budget made by the London-based web developer Jonathan Fielding quickly estimates the size your pages are allowed to have to still be loaded quickly under different web conditions. This is not an accurate science, but a really great reference point to consider for your design. Using the tool is so uncomplicated, that it almost doesn’t require any additional time....

Development

Loud Links: JavaScript Adds Sound to Your Website

February 13th, 2016
by Ioanni Mitsakis
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Loud Links: JavaScript Adds Sound to Your Website

The small JavaScript Loud Links adds sounds to your website by making links and other elements audible via HTML5 audio elements that will provide audible feedback on click or hover. All you need for that are sound files as MP3 and OGG. The solution works on all common browsers. Sounds and Websites: A Question of Taste Of course, of course. You don’t need to...

Business Online

5 Web Design Tips to Improve Content Marketing Efforts

February 12th, 2016
by Noupe Editorial Team
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5 Web Design Tips to Improve Content Marketing Efforts

If you’re designing a website this year, it’s likely your client will require a portion that’s dedicated to content marketing. Blogs, photo slideshows, video streaming, infographic presentations, podcasts, and more are taking over digital marketing strategies, as 2015 reports by the Content Marketing Institute found 37 percent of B2C marketers have a documented content marketing strategy, while 35 percent of B2B marketers have a...

Business Online

Google Will No Longer Serve Flash Ads in 2017

February 12th, 2016
by Sufyan bin Uzayr
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Sometime back, Google had announced that it will no longer allow users to upload ads built in Flash to AdWords. Carrying on with that policy, Google has now announced that starting 2017, it will stop running Flash ads altogether.

Design

Best of 2015: 100 Free Fonts for Designers

February 11th, 2016
by Nataly Birch
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Best of 2015: 100 Free Fonts

When it comes to adding visual variety to the design, there is no simpler way than to use a couple of typefaces, which on the one hand, should match each other and, on the other hand, should have some distinguishing traits. Whether you need to craft a print design or create a website interface, there is always a typeface that meets the requirements of the...