Web Design Update 1106-14

This edition of Web Update follows the last edition digging deeper into new considerations for all web designers... [] How to Properly Optimize Your Content [] The roles of social, direct mail, print media [] The demographics of social media [] 17 Twitter tips from Mashable Connect attendees [] Website redesign: Relaunching without losing sleep [] How much traffic should your website generate? [] How to Make SEO Part of Your Company's DNA [] Get started with Google Analytics [] Top 4 Reasons to Hire an SEO Professional... and more June 14, 2011

High Performance Database Management

cubeSQL is a fully featured and high performance relational database management system built on top of the SQlite database engine on Windows, Mac, and Linux . June 10, 2011

2011 Search Predictions

This may be the big year of change for searching, search advertising, paid links, and even getting YOUR content found in the major search engines. They're tightening the throttles to search LESS content in favor of more 'vaulable' content -- in other words, content searches they can SELL. Here is Greenlight's Top 10 Search Predictions for 2011 January 10, 2011

Protect ActionScript Code from Theft

For some time, web designers were upset when their Flash code was getting ripped off by unscrupulous web site builders. But that's not happening so much more these days, since DComSoft upgraded their SWF Protector 3.0 for Mac OS X. October 15, 2010

Using Style Guide To Design A Website

Branding and promotion of your product/website is the essential key to your business's success. This is the reason why various marketing strategies and techniques are being implemented for the successful promotion of your websites. September 22, 2010

JavaScript Cookbook

Why reinvent the wheel every time you run into a problem with JavaScript? This new book is chock-full of code recipes that address common programming tasks, as well as techniques for building web apps that work in any browser. September 3, 2010

Getting Started with Processing

Learn computer programming the easy way with Processing, a simple language that lets you use code to create drawings, animation, and interactive graphics. Casey Reas and Ben Fry get you into creative and fun projects. August 26, 2010

Web Operations

A web application involves many specialists, but it takes people in web ops to ensure that everything works together throughout an application's lifetime. August 25, 2010

Choosing a Web Hosting Plan

This month's guest article by Vanessa Davis will help both existing and prospective webmasters select and decide on a hosting service for their web site. First, however, I would like to preface the article with a few of my hard-learned tips August 17, 2010

The Editor that Mac users love

While not better than BBEdit, Aquamacs is a versatile, fast and mature editor for source code, web pages, typesetting documents and all other forms of text. July 20, 2010