Google announced on Google+ via Google’s Webmaster Trends Analyst Zineb Ait Bahajji this morning a new feature for app developers within the Google Search Console. Now you can see in the Search Analytics report a new report for “search appearance” that shows you app install button clicks.
Every business should have but one goal: to be an authority in its industry.
You might think the number one goal should be gaining new customers or making more sales. Obviously, that’s what any business wants. But businesses pursuing sales are often left in the dust by the businesses who are actively seeking to be industry authorities. That’s because sales and customers are like love – they are usually found when you’re not looking! (more…)
Angular’s version 1.0 was a big deal for the Web. When it was first previewed in 2009, it was an impressive framework that offered the ability to build complex single page applications in the browser.
Now, six years on, it’s reached version 2.0 and entered a new era after a long development cycle. Angular 2 brings dramatically improved speed, wider browser support and cross-platform development.
Gaffer, An open source spyking tool opened by NSA’s British counterpart (Government Communications Headquarters) GCHQ. The Software coded in JAVA and serves the prupose of a mass-scale graph database. Know more about software below and find the link to its code on GitHub.
Google today updated its Maps app for iOS, bringing over some features that’ve been on Android for about a month. The biggest among them is much better offline maps support. Now you can select a portion of the map and save it locally onto your iPhone or iPad. And this does more than just save the local street layout. Saving a section of Maps lets you search for destinations even without a data connection; you can also get turn-by-turn navigation, business hours, and contact details when offline.