According to Statista, the share of global website traffic of mobile devices share(excluding tablets) was 52.6% for mobile devices in 2019 for the fourth quarter. This number continues to increase as more and more users chose to access websites through their mobile devices.
We’ve all heard the saying, “There’s no rewind button in life.” Wouldn’t it be great, if we could just press the rewind button and go back to a world which never knew of COVID-19.
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With the outbreak of COVID-19, organizations all over the world are forced to ask their employees to work from home. It’s likely that you haven’t worked with a completely distributed team, let alone manage one.
As a web developer there is a constant requirement to keep up with the upcoming web development trends. Developers work in an environment that is continuously evolving and need to adapt to any shifts of technology.
Ever since the outbreak of COVID-19 our lives have gone through a major upheaval. All of us are forced to stay in isolation away from our friends and family. With the number of people affected in this pandemic rising every day, it’s difficult to not be consumed by anxiety and fear.
Companies all around the globe are making their employees work from home for the first time to tackle the outbreak of the coronavirus. And it won’t be wrong to assume that working remotely will become the new normal for many of us for some time
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A question that has been on the back of minds for many web developers and testers who are involved in cross browser testing. “Does Browser Testing On Internet Explorer Still Make Sense?”
Google Chrome is the most used browser as of 2019 (Global Browser Stats). Google seems to continue to hold its position 1 for at least a couple of years, if not more!