Online advertising fraud has had a substantial negative impact in the digital advertising industry. It affects both advertisers and publishers. Advertisers are losing money paying for impressions and clicks which aren’t seen by real people, lowering their return on investments. Publishers are receiving less revenue due to bad actors falsifying and gaming the market. What can we do to help the industry fight back? In this article we’ll talk about app-ads.
With the decision to develop a mobile app, one of the first implementation choices you’ll need to make is whether it will be a native or hybrid App. In this article we’ll talk about the pros and cons of each approach to mobile application development. Along with advantages and disadvantages, we’ll explore considerations behind each choice. The success of your project may rely on it. What is a Native App and Aative App Development A native app is a mobile application specifically developed for a mobile operating system like Android or Apple’s iOS.
The number one obstacle preventing people from switching their websites from HTTP to HTTPS is obtaining and managing certificates. With the introduction of Let’s Encrypt, this obstacle has been removed. Let’s Encrypt is a free, automated, and open Certificate Authority. Their mission is to get everyone running websites on HTTPS. Continue reading to find out how to get free, browser trusted SSL/TLS certificates. Difference between HTTP and HTTPS? Websites that use HTTP send data entered in form fields from your browser across the internet to the destination website in plain text.
Becoming a software developer can, at times, seem like an overwhelming and daunting task. In a fast-growing forest of emerging technologies, it’s easy to lose sight of where to focus your efforts to become a better developer. In this article I’ll attempt to distil some of what I believe to be the most important skills and the steps you can take to make the journey easier. #1 Learn how to focus and improve concentration It goes without saying that as a developer you will be spending long periods of time sitting behind a desk.
In this article, we’ll explore the considerations needed when choosing between a static or dynamic website. For the purpose of this article I’ll define website as a small collection of informational web pages that are designed to be read, as opposed to a large business web application with complex rules and logic. The difference between static and dynamic websites Many years ago, during the early era of the internet, most websites were static websites.