As we are almost to the mid of 2012, web developers and designer will need to focus on major themes, apply to your projects, challenge yourself to expand upon them and create something magnificent from the new web trend.
The web is an ever-changing beast, full of flaws and imperfection and experimentation. – Dan Cederholm
To be brief, enterprises looks for big data with cloud computing services as Amazon Web Services provides, as most entrepreneurs are targeting them. Mobilization of consumers and workers increased tremendously with 160 million iPhones, iPods and ipads, 152 millions Android users. Majority of people will experience the internet in their hand rather than desktop of laptops.
Socialization of almost everything is going online, say business (linked-in); healthcare (mumbaidoctors.co.in) etc..
Responsive Web design drove designers to bring to an end to different designs for several browsers, mobile layouts etc. Extensive range of devices and browsers will have access to single source of content, easy navigation with minimum resizing, panning and scrolling.
HTML5 is coming on strong as a standard; step up the speed at which hardware devices are changing. said Al Hilwa, an analyst with IDC. “By 2013, we will reach a point where 90 percent of smartphones and tablets will sport HTML5-capable browsers.” Microsoft has also adopted HTML5 for Windows 8, Internet Explorer 9 and upcoming versions of the browser and other products.
Despite all the following the latest tendencies the web site developers are just too afraid to use the new fonts in their work. Typography will soon be the leading part in the website design and development.
In 2012 the ecommerce developers offered the fresh ways of how to use the offered kind of solutions. May it be ecommerce app or any other database apps, the most consistent approach with pragmatic philosophy and growing demand is Ruby On Rails. Major companies range from start-ups to established enterprises, and many have come to the conclusion that when creating apps that are designed to be delivered on the web, Ruby on Rails is the best choice. Flourishing companies who benefit from the speed and agility of building applications in Rails, which results in increased productivity and company growth, has driven the growing demand for Ruby on Rails.
This technology is definitely on fire as it is the most productive way to build web application. According to Eric Knipp, Research Director at Gartner: “Many high-profile consumer Web firms are choosing Ruby on Rails to rapidly build scalable web applications. Ruby on Rails has the potential to emerge as a strong alternative platform to traditional choices based on Java and .NET for next-generation enterprise applications, as companies seek improved agility, development speed and time to market.”