Articles about Web development
A drawback of MySQL for high-availability websites should soon be eliminated by the MariaDB fork, according to Michael 'Monty' Widenius, the open-source database's main author.
Many entrepreneurs and startups are missing out on search and social media traffic because they failed to protect their Web address alternatives.
Video streaming startup Viki.com is tapping a "passionate" user base to grow its business, and its success can be seen by its partnership with Universal Music Group announced today.
Facebook engineers describe how the social network can serve as a "horizontal tier" that connects its global user base with third-party applications.
Google's latest Web browser, Chrome 27, enables you to say, as well as type, your queries. Alas, its first version doesn't work that well.
Tumblr is a very well designed mini publishing platform, but more ads, sooner, could have made it the Huffington Post of personal publishing.
There approximately 6,000 attendees at this year's developer conference, and you can't walk a few steps without bumping into someone sporting the Android-powered specs.
Wix, which is behind a free HTML5 publishing and hosting service, now represents the Google Apps for Business portfolio.
Hangouts is getting some treatment similar to Facebook Messenger with its own app rolling out.
Developers can also look forward to Android Studio, which immediately garnered more applause from some of the 6,000 attendees present in the keynote hall at Moscone West.
Facebook wraps up its Timeline revisions, which includes rolling out a new interface to all users today.
A new report suggests internal worries following Facebook's tumultuous IPO last year were just a little out of control.
As part of its devices and services makeover, Microsoft has a new plan for reaching out to top-tier developers of all sizes to get them to take a look at the new and expanded Microsoft toolbox.
Hibu, the company behind the Yellowbook business directory site, introduces a new solution to help small businesses beef up their mobile websites and local search results.
The first draft of a specification that would provide a hook for DRM systems to interact with HTML5 has been published by the web standards body W3C.