Content protection and sever security and hardening is an evolving beast and the best thing to do is to keep in mind what needs to be secure and how it can possibly be circumvented. However, there’s some basic things to know and a couple tips I can shed some light on within the span of a blog post.
Back in 2012, Adobe proposed CSS Shapes as a new feature to the Official Specifications of The Internet W3C. Earlier this spring, a portion of the proposed features reached Candidate Recommendation status.
Varnish Plus is what we feel will offer the proverbial, “icing on the cake” for our end-to-end solution approach. What is it exactly? It’s an HTTP accelerator. Simply put, it’s like supercharging your car.
With the end of development on Fireworks, and the introduction of the Edge line of products, Adobe has been working on integrating Photoshop more and more seamlessly with tools that are built for developers.
Here’s a number of reasons of why you should consider registering for 360Flex this year…
In a recent project where we were setting up recording of a continuously running live video stream, we stumbled upon one of the latter; a bug so bedeviling that I am compelled to write about it in the hopes that I might save fellow coders from falling prey to such a fiendish bug.
When you consider that over the past 5 years mobile devices have risen from 0.9% to over 15% of all internet traffic, it’s become increasingly important to make sure that there is at least a basic level of support for mobile users in anything you build. While there are new tools and technologies popping up daily to help make that easier, there are still an incredible number of challenges involved.