Internet and Web Engineering

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Web engineering promotes systematic, disciplined and quantifiable approaches for the successful development and implementation of high-quality, and usable Web-based systems and applications.

Web engineering is a multidisciplinary discipline and girdles contributions from diverse areas: software engineering, system design and requirements engineering, human-computer interaction and user interface design, information engineering, information indexing and retrieval, testing and quality management, modelling and simulation, project management, as well as graphic design and presentation.

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Microsoft IE6, IE7, IE8, IE9, IE10, IE11 and Edge

If you are in front end design and are even working for customers in the public sector, you have to most likely guarantee that the web page you are currently designing will be compatible to Microsoft Internet Explorer in all the multiple versions available. You may not need to work with IE6 or IE7, but the IE8 ("The Windows

Detecting PHP email spam scripts on your server

In this article I am describing how to identify PHP scripts that are being used for email spamming through a Postfix mail server on an Debian based server. I just recognized last week an unnormal high workload on my server, causing the fast-cgi PHP instances not working well anymore. There was a noticeable delivery of HTTP 500 error

Googles Material Design

Google´s Android L was presented recently on Google IO 2014. During a featured session, called "Material design principles", Matias Duarte, Nicholas Jitkoff, Jonathan Lee, Christian Robertson and Jon Wiley  from Google gave a interesting speech about what we  have to expect from the new Material design that will come with Android 4.x / 5.0 (or will it

By | 2017-01-29T10:32:27+00:00 August 11th, 2014|Internet and Web Engineering, Short Notice|0 Comments

Google Web Starter Kit – Docker provisioning

I just read on Golem, that Google launched a boilerplate for web applications. This toolkit is based on the Google Web Fundamentals. This article will introduce the Web Fundamentals and the Google Web Starter Kit and after that heading over to how easy-install it in Ubuntu 14.04 LTS using Docker. This process will enable you to

Running Docker on Amazon EC2

As I am currently evaluating the three bigger cloud providers (Amazon AWS, Microsoft Azure and Google Cloud Platform) I came up with the idea to test how easy it would be to get Docker running on those providers. In this tutorial I deal with Amazon “AWS”, as I like them most out of the three

Creating a REST web service with Python for serving TinkerForge sensor data in JSON

This tutorial is demonstrating one solution to serve data read from TinkerForge sensors via a REST web service. It is implemented utilizing Python on a Fedora Unix (for ARM) running on a Cubietruck. It is not handling the basics of connecting to TinkerForge hardware, as this is covered quite well on their homepage. About REST

Call to undefined function apc_fetch()

I just stumbled upon an error in one of my clients web spaces. The costumer is running a presta shop on his web space and encoured an error in form of the "white screen of death". While taking a look to the server logs I encountered a repeating error about [crayon-5bf2b9cab78d6087569538/] This error is caused by

Definition of Remote, Online, Virtual, Simulation and Distance Labs

In the literature, various terminologies are used for describing remote accessible or virtual online experiments. To avoid confusion this article discusses these terms before the principal section. Distance Labs A Distance Lab is a web platform offering any kind of online accessible experiment. This can be a remote or a virtual lab. These two kinds

WAI-ARIA 1.0 als W3C Empfehlung veröffentlicht

Am 20. März 2014 hat die Protocols and Formats Working Group (PFWG) einen Empfehlung zu Erstellung von barrierfreien Rich Internet Applications veröffentlicht. Diese Accessible Rich Internet Applications (WAI-ARIA) 1.0 ist eine technische Spezifikation um dynamische und interaktive Webseiten zu gestalten, die den Anforderungen von Menschen mit Einschränkungen genügen. Die neu veröffentlichte WAI-ARIA bietet ein Rahmenmodell für Benutzerinteraktion und der User

By | 2017-01-29T10:33:29+00:00 Februar 3rd, 2014|Internet and Web Engineering|0 Comments