External CSS

The primary distinction between external CSS and inline CSS is the processing speed; using inline CSS only needs the browser to download one file, whereas using external CSS necessitates downloading both HTML and CSS files. Cascading Style Sheets Cascading Style Sheets‘ primary objective is to distinguish between the content of a document and its presentation, […]

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Is now a good time to become a software developer?

Recent stories about layoffs in the tech industry have made some people ask themselves whether or not now is a good time to become a software developer. It’s a natural question to ask, especially considering how we perceive companies like these as the largest “tech” companies. However, technology will not stop growing regardless of their […]

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Code Institute’s Annual Employment Survey

Changing careers can be daunting. Still, because of the still-growing digital skills gap, software development is proving to be an area that is in huge demand. Students who train with Code Institute get hired faster with the assistance of our Career Services team and other support structures. Recently, Code Institute released its employment survey stats […]

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25 Great UX Portfolio Examples 

Visual appeal is the first and foremost factor for every designer who wants to stand out from the mass to exhibit their novel designs. So how would you showcase your talents to acquire new clients? First, you must work on creating visually appealing and beautiful designs, and later you should exhibit those designs through a […]

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HTML & Accessibility   

It’s crucial to consider accessibility while planning and developing websites for all audiences. For example, ensure that websites are accessible to blind or visually impaired individuals due to the graphic and complex nature of web pages. Any website may be given access to users of assistive devices like screen readers with a little extra effort […]

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CSS Declarations & Visual Rules

HTML, CSS and Javascript are the heavenly trios of frontend programming. When it comes to websites, though performance is the essential quality, the visual appearance of the site plays a vital role in captivating users to click and browse the website. CSS, or Cascading Style Sheets, is a style sheet language used to style the […]

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What is the Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC)?

Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC) outlines the procedures developers must follow during each stage of software development. It includes a thorough outline of the strategy for creating, deploying, and maintaining the programme. The SDLC defines the full development cycle or all the activities involved in organising, producing, evaluating, and implementing a software product.  A life […]

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Never too old to Code

People often ask if they are too old to code. It’s a very strange question with a very simple answer. You’re never too old to code. Why’s it a strange question? Well, to us, it implies that there should be an age point where once you reach it, you must stop coding. Thankfully, no such […]

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Object Relational Mapping  

Object Relational Mapping (ORM) is one of those terms that can sound intimidating to a programming beginner. The term “ORM” refers to objects that link a programming language‘s database systems with the ability to apply principles from object-oriented programming and SQL. The wonderful thing about ORMs is that they really make writing code easier when […]

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Model View Controller

Websites have evolved over the past few years from basic HTML pages with some CSS to very complicated programs with hundreds of programmers working on them simultaneously. As a result, developers put out their projects using various design patterns to deal with these sophisticated web apps, making the code more straightforward to work with. Model […]

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