10 Tech Stories To Read – November 27 Edition

Here are the 10 Tech Stories to read this week.

  • Web Application Performance: Here is a crash course in boosting your Web application performance.
  • Learning Ruby: If you fancy learning a new language and if Ruby is what you are interested in, this is an excellent way to start.
  • 50 Performance Tips to make your HTML5 Apps and Sites faster: Microsoft IE Program Manager gives tips on making your HTML5 Apps faster.
  • This Week in REST: If you are interested in REST APIs, their direction and notes around them, you should definitely bookmark this one.
  • HTML5 Placeholder: The placeholder is a nifty little feature introduced in HTML5 that can eliminate a lot of boilerplate code that you have in your JavaScript file. Here is a simple tutorial.
  • FullContact Five Laws of Privacy: If there is an award for a clear privacy policy on the net, this one might get it.
  • Architecting a PhoneGap Application: Christophe Conraets delivers a solid introducing to architecting a PhoneGap application. Recommended reading and hands-on activity for the weekend, if you have time and want to understand PhoneGap.
  • Designing for Android tablets: Google is here to help you design the right experience for your Android applications running on Tablets.
  • How to Win a Hackathon: No human can attend all the hackathons that are happening out there. But if you are seriously looking at participating in one, here are 4 things that you must absolutely pay attention to, in order to stand out.
  • Web Engineers Online Toolbox: Here is a list of utilities available online to help you in your web applications development/testing.

Have a great week !

Check out the entire series of “10 Tech Stories To Read This Week”.


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