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Micro Frameworks for Rapid Web Development - Flask

by Shrivara K S on 6th November, 2013

Microframeworks are small and focused frameworks which make very few assumptions or decisions about the how it will be used, all the while providing granular control of the codebase. Microframeworks provide a lot of freedom in terms of how it can be used and are not restrictive with respect to libraries and extensions. Flask

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Published in web-development | Tagged with web-development, prototyping, frameworks

Top 6 Online Beginner Courses for Learning Ruby on Rails

by Icicle on 13th May, 2013

Technology training has evolved a lot in the last few years. From an earlier focus on Classroom training or Book learning, the stress is now on self-learning with Videos, Live coding and Instructor led online training courses.

There are many online Ruby on Rails courses that train you on the basics, help you to develop your own applications, and show how to deploy them on a cloud platform. Taking an online course saves your time and money, and also enables you to learn new skills helping you to become a better developer.

Rails for Zombies

Here are few courses we found to be suitable for beginners and those who are new to Ruby on Rails. We have limited the choice to full length courses, with focus on self learning with Videos, Code snippets and Live programming.

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Published in ruby-on-rails | Tagged with ruby-on-rails, training, tutorials

Top 15 CSS Frameworks for Responsive Web Design

by Icicle on 13th April, 2013

Responsive Web Design has become a basic standard of web designing these days. From no where, there are now tens of Responsive frameworks which allow designers and developers to focus on core design of the application than basic boilerplate code for design.

Twitter Bootstrap has become the standard against which all Responsive frameworks are judged, and for a lot of good reasons. At the same time, there are excellent CSS frameworks like Zurb Foundation, LESS Framework etc. which offer features - be it components, code style, architecture, which can be more to one's taste and development preference.

Responsive Web Design

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Published in design | Tagged with responsive-web-design, frameworks, html5, twitter-bootstrap

How Startups can adopt Cloud Computing - Startup Saturday, Mumbai

by Icicle on 11th February, 2011

We love startups. Icicle has worked with lot of startups, specifically more so during the last four years, bringing their ideas and energy into a final product or service. While we do a lot of mentoring, we also get to know new ideas or observations which would have completely missed us if we are totally focused on enterprise. You will find us more often at Startup events than large seminars.

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Published in startups | Tagged with startups, bootstrapping, cloud, aws, saas

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