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Easy HTML5 quality assurance tools

There are plenty of free tools available for HTML5 quality validation and testing that can and should be used by anybody who produces or buys software products. Unlike traditional native binary-only apps, with HTML5 apps the user has the ability to access the source code due the technical structure of how HTML5 apps are composed. […]

Improve MySQL performance to speed up websites

In every business the rule is that if your service is slow, you’ll loose customers, and it certainly applies online too. If your website takes two seconds to load instead of a half second, you’ll loose visitors and business. Even if it is just about improving by a few seconds, on the web it does […]

Optimizing web server performance with Nginx and PHP

Who would not want to have a fast service? No matter how good your web service is, if it takes 5 seconds to load a page, people will dislike using it. Even search engines dislike slow servers and decrease their ranking. Faster is always better. In our article a few months ago we asked what […]

The fastest web server in the world?

Speed matters. Over and over research shows that when the speed of a website increases, the activity of users increase. Even if the changes are small, like a half second, and users are perhaps notĀ consciousĀ about it, users will view the overall experience as better. Besides website popularity, high-speed websites are also capable of handling more […]