The big SASS tutorial: what you need to know!

If you like designing websites but have a tough relationship with CSS, SASS might be the right solution for you. The preprocessor makes it easier for you to work on the design, but it has a few peculiarities. Our comprehensive SASS tutorial uses examples to explain what you can do with the programming language, and explains the subtleties of SASS syntax. If you want to learn SASS, we can provide...

JHipster: the framework suite for modern websites

Framework use has become an integral part of modern web development. Designing back and front ends based on ready-made basic structures saves a lot of time. The website generator JHipster is an interesting solution that uses several tools to create server-and-client-side components. Which components distinguish the suite and how to install and use the software for your own project will be...

GraphQL: flexible query language and runtime environment for your web API

Applications on the web need interfaces in order to exchange data. If you run a web project yourself and want to grant other programs access to certain data sets, an API (application programming interface) like this is essential. Established concepts such as REST or SOAP are often used in development – but there are alternatives, as GraphQL proves.

Scrum master: mediator for agile teams

The scrum method should enable teams to work more efficiently and creatively. Each team member is assigned a fixed role with associated tasks and duties. One of these roles is the scrum master. However, many people are not even aware of what the scrum master can do. In this article, we will answer the important question – what is a scrum master?

How to submit your website to Google, Bing, and Yahoo!

Did you know that you can submit your site to Google, Bing, and Yahoo! in order for it to be found more easily in the search results? These search engine providers allow web operators to submit their URLs so they can be added to the search index. We’ll show you how to register your web project – a simple procedure that can increase its online visibility.

How do I enable cookies in my web browser?

Cookies save user information during website access to improve the page’s user-friendliness or record customer behavior. They’re responsible for noting down login data, browser settings, and other useful information so that you don’t have to set everything up again each time you visit the same site. Cookies can be completely or partially enabled, or just enabled for particular websites. How to...

6 UML tools for every occasion

Comparing UML tools: Looking for the best UML diagram tool? Or do you need a tool to be able to draw simple drafts and exchange ideas quickly in your team? UML programs offer more than just diagram templates for the UML standard. Whether you are looking for communication, a free UML tool, or a complete solution for your company, we explain what you should consider and introduce you to 6 programs...

View old website versions: a look at the Wayback Machine and two alternatives

You want to find old versions of websites? Travel back in time with us - almost to the dawn of the internet. Or perhaps you’d rather visit your own old website to track its progress. If you save your website in a web page archive, the contents are not lost and can still be viewed years later. Archives like the Wayback Machine are an amazing resource for all web users- whether SEO experts,...

The best Adobe Acrobat alternatives

Adobe Acrobat is the most well-known program when it comes to working with the popular PDF format. But there are reasons to prefer an alternative to Adobe Acrobat. For some users, the huge range of functions is simply unnecessary. Others want to avoid the yearly subscription costs and are looking for a more affordable solution. In our overview, find out which Adobe Acrobat alternatives there are...

Everything you need to know about personal data

What do your e-mail address, eye color, preferred political party, and license plate have in common? They can all be regarded as personal data which companies and cybercriminals can use to draw direct or indirect conclusions about your physical, physiological, genetic, psychological, economic, cultural, or social identity. It goes without saying that this sensitive information must be protected...