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Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP)



Google declared Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP) to enhance the execution of versatile pages. Clients can see website pages with video, movements, and illustrations that would stack immediately, close by brilliant advertisements. AMP permits to make lightweight website pages.

AMP is an open-source library that gives a clear method to make site pages that are convincing, smooth, and load close immediately for clients. AMP pages are simply pages that you can connection to and are controlled by you.

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Difference between Java and asp.net

Large Applications use two major technologies Java and Asp.net.Both are used for server side application development.Often organizations and developers need to choose between the two.And because no platform is ideal there are advantages and disadvantages to either, one needs to look at the similarities and differences between the two.


The Differences between two are Programming language used bewtten them

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Android With Kotlin


Kotlin originated at JetBrains is a programming language for JVM and Android that combines functional and object-oriented programming feature.

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Realm Database: Alternate for SQLite & Core Data




What is Realm?

The center idea of the Realm Mobile Platform is a lightweight object container called a Realm.

Not at all like a conventional database, however, object in Realms are live and completely receptive. Realms synchronize consistently between device and applications, and can be accessed safely across threads.Like a database, data in Realms can be queried and filtered, interconnected, and persisted.

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How to prevent Cyber Crime Attacks?




Cyber Crime is nothing but a crime in which we consider Computer as a object of crime like hacking,phishing,spamming and it may be a tool to commit an offense like Child pornography, hate crimes.Cyber criminals generally make use of computers for accessing the person personal/sensitive information like his social site login details and/or bank account details.These cyber criminals are nothing but hackers who did this job.

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Why should we use CMS for Website


A Content Management System (CMS), is a Graphic User Interface (GUI) or software application that makes interacting with a website's database user friendly. There are thousands of CMS options for websites, such as Wordpress, Drupal, Wix and Grid, and all of these CMS systems work differently, allowing the website admin different levels of permission and control. CMS are typically used for Enterprise Content Management (ECM) and Web Content Management (WCM). An Enterprise Content Management facilitates collaboration in the workplace by integrating document management, digital asset management and records retention functionalities, and providing end users with role-based access to the organization's digital assets. A Web Content Management facilitates collaborative authoring for websites. Enterprise Content Management software often includes a Web Content Management publishing functionality, but Enterprise Content Management webpages typically remain behind the organization's firewall.  

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