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MQTT- A Machine-to-Machine Protocol

Introduction Message Queuing Telemetry Transport was successfully launched by IBM in the late 1990s. The software’s original purpose was to link satellites with sensors on oil pipelines. It is an asynchro...

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Why Node.js Is Great for Web Development? 

Introduction Node.js is a back-end JavaScript runtime environment that is open-source, cross-platform, and uses the V8 engine to execute JavaScript code outside of a web browser. It was created to help create s...

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Laravel – The PHP Framework for Web Artisans 

Introduction  Laravel is a popular PHP framework for building web applications. It’s ideal for developers who want to create complex and scalable applications using the latest and greatest technologies.  ...

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Selenium: An IDEOpen source software

 Introduction Selenium is among the most popular open-source Web UI (User Interface) automation testing suites. Jason Huggins created it first as an internal tool at Thought Works in 2004. It is a useful tool f...

API vs web services : What's the difference?
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API vs Web Service: What is the significant difference?

Introduction In terms of web communication functionalities, APIs (Application Programming Interfaces) and web services are similar but vastly different. However, the terms API and web services are frequently us...

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HTTP vs HTTPS: Know the difference 

Introduction HTTP is a widely used protocol for web pages. Google, however, suggested that websites convert to HTTPS back in 2014. Up until that point, only e-commerce-focused websites made a positive effort to...

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Serverless Computing: The New Cloud Technological Trend

Introduction Serverless computing is the next step in the evolution of cloud computing. It’s not even a new technology but rather a new way of using existing technologies. As such, serverless may be called “ser...