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Are you looking for an open source CMS in 2016 – are you technically knowledgeable about how to manage and maintain a CMS.
I’m doing a fair deal of development in the area of RESTFul API features, all of which use Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) to ensure the security of personal information being transmitted over the internet.
You have probably heard about agile software development, it’s a lean approach to software development. From agile software development has “agile system administration” or “agile operations” been developed that applying agile and lean approaches to operations work.
List of free resources available online, what are you looking for, an online calculator that can help you find out if you should build and app or website, what equity you should give new hires or are you just into tracking startups.
Sooner or later you are going to experience that something is not right with your WordPress site, If your WordPress site has not had a security problem, you are either a new site owner or you’re not aware of what is happening to your site.
I have built a lot of WordPress sites along with my own sites. I managed them all too using what is called WordPress Multisite Networks.
I been adding plugins to my MultiSite WordPress site as well as adding new caching functionality to my server, initially I did not notice any issues. It was only when I was adding a new site that is going to use Woocommerce I detected the problem, the issue was that I could not add any items to the shopping cart. While debugging I realized that there was other functionalities that did not work either as post preview, admin-menu bar showing on frontend when logged in, preview of theme in Appearance -> Customize.
You have your WordPress website up and running, next you need to connect your WordPress with your Salesforce account to capture your new leads. Connecting WordPress to Salesforce is straight forward process and in no time you can transfer data between the two platforms.
With the new release of CodeIgniter 3.0, one of the powerful add on features to Codeigniter is the RESTful API server and client libraries. I will explain in this article how I use the Yggdrasil Codeigniter 3.0 repo to create a RESTful API for your web applications, and demonstrate how to interact with your own API or other RESTful web-services, such as Alchemy API.