AngularJS or ReactJS: Who will Win the Race? #Infographic #Technology

Are you planning a new project and thinking of which front end web technology to use? Well, AngularJS and ReactJS are currently the most prominent technologies that developers mostly prefer. Both have some unique, crisp features that make them stand apart from each other.

Developed by Google, AngularJS is a web application framework that uses JavaScript/HTML for building dynamic apps. It performs only on the client-side and has a Regular DOM (Document Object Model), meaning the components are bulky and somewhat distorted. But over the years, it has become a comprehensive framework with a fairly large community on GitHub.

On the other hand, ReactJS, developed by Facebook, is a JavaScript library that uses JSX, an HTML-like syntax for building interactive user interfaces. It renders on both the client and server sides and has a Virtual DOM i.e.; it is light-weight and more organized. But, React follows one-way data binding process, which means any change in the model will not be updated in the view and vice versa.

This is just an overview of some of the traits of AngularJS and ReactJS. To get a clear idea about both, see this infographic from Cabot Technology Solutions given below.

An infographic by Cabot Technology Solutions.

Must have features for your business website #Infographic #WebDevelopment

Small businessmen know the importance of a great website to compete in the market. Some people find it difficult, so they hire web development companies.

If they even start creating a website for their business, they think that they are only making a website which shows information about their business but that’s not all the things which are required to attract potential customers.

Mostly business owners create a business card instead of an effective website, which results having less potential customers. While making a great site, one should keep things in mind that your website content, quality and links on your website should be quality content. Quantity is also important but with quality.

If your prospect is searching for your product, then he will use Google or any other search engines to meet his requirements but, he will have a list of companies who are making/offering the same product/service which you also are. So you should keep this in mind that what your customers want at the very moment; otherwise, you will be the second option or last option.

Your website design should be so pleasant that it looks good to the eyes. That means if your site is well designed but things are really messy and difficult to find out then you will lose your customer. For this reason, an infographic “55 Features Every Small Business Website Must Have” is made by Mywebprogrammer.com it will help you out for not making those mistakes which will make your customers go away.

Here are 55 features that you need to consider for your small business website.

An infographic by My Web Programmer.

Real Time Penguin 4.0 Update #Infographic #GooglePenguin

Google releases more than 500-600 updates to its algorithms yearly, and the most famous of it is the Penguin update. It has been almost 2 years since its last update and, as of 23th September 2016, Google announced that the latest Penguin update is being rolled up. It will be the final update to Google Penguin as it will now be running in real time and it will be more granular, meaning: instead of a site-wide penalty, it will just affect a page specifically.

Google Penguin algorithm is specifically targeting at offside activities – link building. It is to penalize the site that has been using black hat link building to gain the ranking. This infographic created by Digitrio illustrates what exactly Google Penguin is all about using Star Wars as a concept and providing a simple and fun way to learn more about what it is all about, how to know if you have been hit by it and how to recover from a Google Penguin penalty.

An infographic by Digitrio.

Why you need SSD Web Hosting for your website? #infographic #hosting

This infographic compares HDD and SSD performance through the following measures.
1. Speed
2. Noise
3. Booting time
4. Weight
5. Power Consumption
6. Hardware reliability
7. Defragmentation
8. Response time
9. Performance
10. Failure Rate

Many people have confusion over choosing HDD hosting or SSD hosting for their website.

Speed:
The Speed of the SSD is 300% faster than HDD. The highest transfer rate for HDD is 120MB/sec. But HDD transfer rate starts from 200MB/sec.

Noise:
HDD has moving mechanical parts, so it makes noise. But SSD does not have any moving parts, so it does not produce much noise.

Booting time:
HDD has 30+ seconds for booting whereas SSD takes 10+ seconds to boot

Weight:
HDD weights more than SSD. SSD is compact and has little weight.
Power consumption
The power consumption is high for HDD, and it is low for SSD.
Hardware Reliability.
HDD has low reliability due to its moving parts. SSD has high reliability since it has no moving parts

Defragmentation:
HDD requires Defragmentation in regular interval. SSD does not need defragmentation to work faster.

Response time:
Response time is high for HDD. SSD response much faster than HDD
Performance
The performance for SSD is higher than HDD.
Failure Rate

An Infographic by ServerCake.