Web development is a broad term for the work involved in developing a web site for the World Wide Web or an intranet.

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Benefits of an existing framework for a solo web developer [on hold]

I have been writing Core PHP apps for 10 years now, and I feel very confident using PHP to do exactly what I want. I enjoy writing well architected, clearly documented, well structured code that I ...
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Looking for feature suggestion tracking and voting website or app [on hold]

I'm not sure if this belongs in this stack exchange, but it seemed the best place. I'm currently writing an extension that does a number of things and is used by a decent amount of people. I am ...
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Starting a project, how to evaluate using existing knowledge vs learning? [on hold]

I'm starting a new website (personal project), which I hope to complete. I've searched stackoverflow, various blogs, and while I've found some similar questions, I haven't found this exact question ...
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Changes to translate our site to English [on hold]

I am currently working in a tech company as an alarm installer. Since our work demands several ours in the office doing nothing I thought to start translating our web site (.gr) as we did not have an ...
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How does contenteditable work?

I recently came across an article where if you enter data:text/html,%20<html contenteditable> into the address bar of a browser that supports HTML5, you can type in the window. I managed to ...
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Autosave in web development tools [closed]

I'm working on a new web based development tool (version management based on git). Usability tests showed that developers are used to manual save. I asked 15 developers that are used to work with ...
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How should I “dig deeper” as a web developer? [closed]

I am currently a full-stack web developer working mainly in Ruby/Rails/Javascript. The languages I use on a daily basis (ruby, css, javascript, php) are great, but they are very dynamic, high level ...
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¡Advice Needed! - Node.js, PHP or Python to make a high performance Real Estate website similar to Zillow or Trulia? [closed]

First of all sorry for my bad english and sorry for my novice/beginner question, I'm doing my best with the help of google translator. To develop a Real Estate Site similar to Zillow or Trulia what ...
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SPA: outsourcing client-side development [closed]

Given a SPA-based web site (with a client developed using any JS MVC framework and the server providing a REST API), does anyone have any experience in outsourcing the development of the client side ...
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Anonymous access to api REST, protection

I have a public website that does not require authentication. It's a lighting calculator for indoor cultivation. Anyone can enter and complete the process and ultimately save your settings for future ...
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What is a good generalization of web development architecture? [duplicate]

I'm new to web development. From looking at popular open-source frameworks for both front-end and back-end, I have a general idea of what the modern full-stack web setup looks like: Database <-> ...
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Version controlling of a web project

We (2 developers) are developing a cakephp app that is running on a remote server. In NetBeans we both have project set up as "PHP application from remote server". The problem is that whenever one of ...
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Website compatibility with old operating systems [closed]

I'm a web developer. I most often come across this critical situation when the website layout fits with the design when run on Windows 7 or 8 and Mobile Operating Systems (Android, iOs, Windows 8). ...
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Viable method of sharing our PHP project [duplicate]

We are two developers that have no previous experience in sharing one PHP project. In particular, cakePHP. We both use NetBeans and we have set the project up as a "PHP application from a remote ...
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In MVC design, do I use a base class over an interface?

In web MVC most designs I've seen, (just choosing model layer as an example) the domain problem class, say students, always inherits the superclass "Model." The name is irrelevant, but why do they ...
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How achieve a page-change proof player?

I am interested in develloping a web music player similar to the soundcloud one However, I can't figure out one thing: How player like soundclou one (and some other one) can "resist" a page change, ...
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Consistent header HTML across multiple sites

We've got several sites. Some are HTML/Angular, some are built on a CMS, some are built on other code. What we'd like to do is have a consistent header experience for each site. I'm trying to figure ...
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Sending e-mail from a web application without being filtered out [closed]

For a web application I'm working on right now it's very important that automated e-mails arrive at the recipient. I've set up the mail server on the VPS that the application is going to run on. I've ...
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Breadcrumbs in a modern web application, make sense? [closed]

I'm currently beginning with the development of a new web application. The whole web application is going to be bookmarkable and all the pages accesible via GET requests and url parameters. Having ...
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How to layer if statements when order of logic is irrelevant?

Basically I have a series of logic in my website that can lead to 5 total outcomes. Basically two different if tests and then a catch all else statement. For example: if cond1: if mod1: ...
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GIT workflow for web development

Long ago the small team of web developer I work with started using git for web development. Back then we just committed to staging or master directly and then merged frequently between the two. It was ...
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Fullstack programmers and web design [closed]

I have been looking into full stack developments and I am confused as I am getting different answers from people. I know that full stack developers are responsible for front end and back end ...
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Product Configuration with conditional options

Suppose you need to create a website where you can choose a Widget, and then configure all of the various options to go with that widget. The options have many interactions. For example, if you ...
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Should the check correctness of a time constrained puzzle game application be done on the server side?

I am working on an application where a user has to complete a puzzle and check within a given time limit. This is an HTML5 based game, I can't keep the solution on the client side. but I also want ...
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Phone Number based Login

I'm trying to implement a phone number based login and not sure if I should ask the users for full number, i.e country code + number or just the number. What I have in mind so far: Attempt ...
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What is the purpose of RESTful URIs for POST/PUT/PATCH/DELETE methods?

In the process of conceiving a web application framework, I spent some time pondering the notion of RESTful paths. If I wanted to create e.g. a new topic, I might send a POST request to /topics. The ...
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Integrating a mobile website into a mobile app

I'm trying to redevelop a mobile website so we can integrate it into a mobile app that is being developed by another department, but still keep it functional on the web. The app has its own menu, so ...
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What is design pattern/paradigm for ASP.NET web-apps? [closed]

I don't actually know if my question is correct, but working on a webapp porting from ASP.NET world to Java + Spring platform I came up with this question in mind. Using Spring MVC, the new version ...
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secure offline PC storage accessible through javascript

I'm attempting to build a browser-based HTML5 application that has the ability to store data locally on a PC (not mobile device) when offline. This data is sensitive and must be secure. Of course the ...
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What's the Content-Security-Policy-friendly way to hand data from the server to the browser on page load?

When developing for the web, I often find myself wanting to pass a few variables from the server scripts to my javascript - data pulled from a database, and set differently on different pages running ...
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Are Components ideal for packaging and reusing find() requests?

I find myself loading several models over and over again throughout my application. Instead of typing the code to load the model, run a find, would it be reasonable to put that code in a method and ...
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Hosting image oriented ASP.NET MVC site; how to keep things fast?

I have a site that heavily relies on high res images being uploaded and viewed constantly. Currently it's hosted internally which keeps everything fast. I now want to move the site externally, but I ...
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Web-app filtering information client-side vs server-side?

I have a web-app that provides data (that is updated on an interval) for intranet users, who are able to filter information by location. I was having a discussion with a co-worker about whether that ...
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Deleting dynamic elements from a database [closed]

I have a select dropdown, with '+' and '-' buttons that add and remove items before submission. I would like to be able to remove the elements with the '-' button after they have been added to the ...
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Good way to handle the notification counter like Facebook does

I want to build a similar notification mechanism that Facebook handles. I actually store the user's notification in an SQL table (actually it's a graph database but everybody master RDBMS terms). ...
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Rendering STL file to STL viewer which is in new page

I've uploaded a STL file as an additional file for a product. And it gets downloaded in frontend as shown in screen shot. When I click on that link for STL Downloader, then that STL file will be ...
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What techniques should I use when implementing infinite scrolling on a website?

I am currently working on a website which implements infinite scrolling on it's search page (the results themselves coming from Elastic search) and, unsurprisingly, the more you scroll the slower ...
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Should we always create web application scalable? [closed]

Fact that now a days everyone is moving to cloud due to ease in scalability, configuration and maintenance. But my question is should we develop all web application scalable event if it is not ...
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What is the proper way to use an IDE to work on remote code?

One of the code bases I work on has a development environment that is running on a dev server and cannot be copied over to my PC to locally test and develop. I am wondering what is the proper way to ...
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Should we live by using Suhosin with PHP?

A lot of my security experienced friends have told me that I need to code my web applications for working under the Suhosin PHP patch, Suhosin being "an advanced protection system for PHP ...
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Is it ok to start with templates in MVC development?

I'm new to web development and I've started working on a project in my company that uses DJANGO. I feel it flexible to start my development straight first from the templates. I think it will be easier ...
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Synchronizing web ui and third party async services

I'm looking for concepts, approaches or even Framework/libraries to help me synchronize state reliably from web UI to a third Party Service. For example: creating a JavaScript irc Client ui you need ...
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What does programming a server exactly mean? [duplicate]

I searched around a lot, but couldn't find it. I know what server-side programming is and I've done it myself-- getting user's data, storing it in a database etc. using a server-side programming ...
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Is it possible to have a single code base for a desktop GUI and a web application?

The required user interface is fairly simple; basically, two tables that "interact with each other", e.g. certain rows in one table get highlighted when a row in the other is clicked, plus maybe a ...
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Web Application: Combining View Layer Between PHP and Javascript-AJAX

I'm developing web application using PHP with CodeIgniter MVC framework with a huge real time client-side functionality needs. This is my first time to build large scale of client-side app. So I ...
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Why do people use markdown wysiwyg editors in web applications?

I understand the advantages of using markdown in local text files, and then taking those files and generating HTML. This is great for documentation, readme's in git repositories and posts for static ...
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Best way to let users/visitors alter the website design

What I am trying to do is give the users/visitors the option to alter the whole website based on their taste. So they can move for example the sticky bar from top to bottom, alter background colors, ...
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Flaws in my PHP development setup - sharing sources causing lags

I have following development setup for my PHP projects: Working station running on Windows 7 with PhpStorm IDE. GIT for version controlling. CentOS on virtual machine (VirtualBox) with Apache and ...
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How to store Role Based Access rights in web application?

Currently working on a web based CRM type system that deals with various Modules such as Companies, Contacts, Projects, Sub Projects, etc. A typical CRM type system (asp.net web form, C#, SQL Server ...
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After HTML and CSS [closed]

I want to create dynamic professional websites. I have finished learning HTML and CSS, but as I understand, those two technologies allow to create static websites only. I heard about PHP and ...