Google play: Adding flavors to the taste of Android

March 22nd, 2012 | Posted under Internet Trends, Software, The Internet | No Comments »

Google play: Adding  flavors to the taste of Android

Google play: Adding  flavors to the taste of Android

We always need a complete package of all the media of entertainment with less efforts and more efficiency, which recreates our tired mind by providing us many options like music, movies, books and apps . And So here we go…… “Google Play”. It is a digital destination of entertainment on the web and on our Android phone or tablet where one can find, share, enjoy music, movies, eBooks, applications and much more. Basically, it is a service that combines the collection of Google Music, Movies, eBooks, and apps in one complete entertainment hub. It doesn’t  only facilitate the users to purchase music, movies, books, and applications at play.google.com, but also to  store  in the cloud because it is cloud based. So it will not eat up the storage of  the computer, tablet or phone  of the users. The users will also be able to enjoy it on their Android phones or Tablet using the different application of Google play.

Google play: Adding  flavors to the taste of Android

Also for non- Android users

It has got an important feature that any Google user can take its cloud-based content management  advantage by just having a Google account, even though Google Play is heavily marketed to Android users. So, users can upload and purchase music, rent movies, and buy books on one system but can access it all on any of the system such as laptop or desktop with its huge storage facility on its cloud which lacks in some cloud-based portals like apple store or Amazon.com.

Android redefines

Google play: Adding  flavors to the taste of Android

After the launch of Google Play, the market of Android, Google eBooks store and Google Music has become part of Google Play. The users of  Android phone or tablet, can upgrade the Android Market apps at the store of Google Play in fore coming days. The videos, music apps, movies and books will also be upgraded as Google play music, Google Play movies, Google play eBooks apps, which will be available to the users at Google Play only just by logging in with Google account. The Strategy of Google is to Emphasize  on the access of Google content on any computer with a latest compatible browser  and not only just on Android devices.

With Google Play we can…

Google play: Adding  flavors to the taste of Android

Buy millions of new musical tracks and can Store up to 20,000 songs for free.

Watch thousands of our favorite movies by renting them, including latest  releases and High definition(HD) titles.

Access Google Play even if one is not an Android User.

Download just more than 450,000 games and  Android apps.

Browse and read the world’s largest collection and selection of eBooks

Store enormous data on the cloud, no need of the computer space.

Also enjoy the New Google Plus integration with Google Play( After some days).

Google play: Adding  flavors to the taste of Android

Previously, there was nothing about process of purchasing music, Skimming through eBooks, and renting movies which required a user interested to own a device of Android. After a long wait, finally Google has replenished Android with the exciting features of Google Play. This new step is definitely going to  take Android at  the pinnacle of the leading cyber and cell market.

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Battle of Micro browsers – Mobile Web-Browsers for Internet Surfing

March 4th, 2012 | Posted under Internet Trends, Software, The Internet | No Comments »

Battle of Micro browsers – Mobile Web-Browsers for Internet Surfing

The huge demand of web browsers in the market is mainly due to the burst of mobile internet surfing among the population. Micro-browsers are to be credited for the rise in demand of mobile internet surfing. Micro-browsers are programs that allow its users to access the internet anywhere, anytime till the mobile device accessing the web has proper network coverage.Most of these micro-browsers like Opera Mini, Skyfire, etc. display the full web page on the mobile screen by parsing the web page on a server rendering the page and sends back the search results to the mobile device.There are many mobile browsers available which are preferred based on the features offered by mobile web browsers. The compatibility with the OS also determines the choice of browsers.Hence they greatly differ when it comes to operating systems support and features.

There are several mobile/wap browsers available and can be downloaded for free. Here are few most popular of them listed below:

Opera Mini from Opera Software ASA

This is the most widely used web browser in the world

Features: Multiple tabs, Fast browsing, compressed downloads, zoom-in, speed dial

OS: Java

Safari from Apple  Inc

Features: primarily used on iPhones and iPads, displays full web pages not only the scaled-down versions, user-friendly

OS: iPhone

TeaShark from Teashark

Features: displays web page just like desktop, multiple tabs, full web browsing on your mobile device, great usability, superb performance, 2-level zoom-in, bookmark management with colour tagging.

OS: Java

UZard Web  from Logicplant Co. Ltd

Features: cross-platform web browser, displays websites instead of mobile versions, easily customizable, doesn’t require high processing powers, fast browsing

 Mozilla Firefox from Mozilla

Features: full screen view, zoom-in, tabbed browsing, super speed, advanced security options, customizable, provides mobile add-ons,

OS: Android, Windows Mobile

Mobile IE from Microsoft

Features: runs on both Windows Mobile and CE platforms

OS: Windows Mobile

Maxthon Mobile Browser from Maxthon International Ltd

Features: RSS feeds widget to add and edit RSS feeds on your mobile, Maxthon Downloader to download pictures, musicand files, Super Gesture feature allows to create, close, switch between tabs without clicking

OS: Android

SkyFire from Skyfire

Features: displays websites with Flash or widgets like Youtube, customized zoom-in

OS: Android, Windows Mobile, Symbian

Mobile web browsers are easily accessible from your mobile devices and smartphones and can be used for almost all purposes including surfing, checking mails, downloading, etc. Most of the sites are completely accessible through the mobile internet; however in few web browsers the sites are scaled down when accessed from mobile device to optimize the mobile device.The best web browsers can display the full web pages, and even offering page zoom option and key shortcuts.Nevertheless, mobile internet usage is in huge swing mainly due to the convenience of accessing the web from any place with active signal.

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Can Cloud and Web Operating systems be the future of computing?

March 4th, 2012 | Posted under Internet Trends, Software, The Internet | No Comments »

Can Cloud and Web Operating systems be the future of computing?

Computer OS is one sector where Microsoft has been an undoubted leader. Starting with Windows 95, and now Windows 7, most of the worlds’ population is using Microsoft products only. Providing a graphical user interface (GUI), easy to use interface and technologically developed and updated, Microsoft has definitely made a position for itself in this world. The only drawback is that legit copies of Microsoft’s OS are way too expensive to purchase. Even after years of release, Microsoft doesn’t lower down its prices. They remain the same out of league for some people.

Cloud computing has now become an attractive option to counter increasing OS prices. Various Open Sourced communities also have started developing OS’s to provide considerable competition. Cloud Computing has recently been developed. It’s a technique of increasing server – client relationships. It’s basically an idea where all the information is stored in the server side and the client periodically downloads it as and when required by the user. Lowering system and memory requirements, these OS’s requires constant internet connection in order to keep itself updated and running. It’s an innovative technology which is open- sourced. Many people have contributed towards its development.

Can Cloud and Web Operating systems be the future of computing?

 

Following point wise analysis shows why cloud and web computing can be an attractive option for many –

Instant Booting up and Resume Enabled

People generally hate waiting for the OS to load up and shut down. This feature will save precious work time and increase responsiveness.

Dynamic Web Browsing

When you wish to open up a new webpage, the URL automatically comes up as a suggestion in order to make browsing a faster and dynamic experience. https:// enabled webpage browsing (Secure Browsing) and a large number of sites can be opened in multiple tabs.

Self System Updates

The OS will always update itself from the internet sources in order to keep its apps in a working condition. Loopholes and errors are thus automatically fixed in order to provide a better user experience. Cloud computing has the advantage of thus reducing storage space at client side where information is downloaded as and when required.

Maximizing Security through Hardware

Data is now encrypted and malicious programs are run in an inbuilt Sandbox. Security is thus strengthened and therefore viruses can never penetrate such security.

Flexible Connectivity Options

Better connections provided by telecom sector will boost up the popularity of cloud computing.

Such systems are now being developed with the open source community so as to keep the OS at economical prices. This reduces the requirement of extensive hardware setup and thus avoids redundancy. Excellent services are being provided at cheap rates. Most people will prefer cloud computing once the connectivity options diverse and become more accessible at cheaper rates.

Can Cloud and Web Operating systems be the future of computing?

Companies like Google have already started developing Cloud Computing (Chrome OS) and has been launched worldwide.  With excellent results and positive feedback, cloud computing is really set to shape our future.

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Application Testing – A Crucial Process In Application Development Cycle

March 3rd, 2012 | Posted under Internet Trends, Software, Web Hosting Tips | No Comments »

Application Testing – A Crucial Process In Application Development Cycle

Application Development Cycle is the systematic process followed for a software Development. For e.g.: Some companies follow a standard software development process like Agile Software Development Model or SDLC (System Development Life Cycle).

Application Testing – A Crucial Process In Application Development Cycle

The Application development process roughly follows the following structure:

Planning

Laying out the ideas and blueprint of the software so as to make it clear what the software should be capable of doing.

Implementation

In this process the actual program coding is done according to the planned software structure.

Software Testing

Testing the software is required to check if any kinds of bugs are present.

Documenting

The design and code of the application are documented for future reference, maintenance, enhancement and product upgrading or development.

Deployment

It involves installation, customization and extended product testing and evaluation.

Maintenance

Continuously checking and enhancing the application to cope up with new faults or bugs and any missing requirements.

Importance of Testing the Application

Of all these, Product Testing are a very important and integral step in the Application or Software Development Cycle. The testing of application might consume much more time and manpower than the product development itself! Testing phase indicates the end of development process of the application so as to establish all the criteria for acceptance of project and establishment of warranty phase.

Testing is the process of making some objective judgments on the extent to which the software meets, exceeds or fails in meeting the stated objectives for the software.

Purpose of Testing

There are some fundamental purposes for testing an application

Verifying the procurement specifications

Verifying or comparing what the software was specified to do and what the developed software actually does. It is required for verifying whether the application meets the requirements reflected in procurement specifications like product function, design, performance and implementation.

Managing Risk

Risk management is necessary for both the application developer or vendor and the acquiring agency. Testing identifies the completion of the software so that the contract can be ended. Then the payment and delivery to the agency is done for shifting it to maintenance and warranty phase.

To improve quality

Presence of bugs or errors in the application can cause severe faults, losses and disasters. So the quality and reliability of the application is very important. Debugging program finds out the bugs to make the software efficient and better in quality.

Verification and Validation

Verifying whether the software works under certain conditions or not.

Quality testing can’t be done directly but can be tested taking into consideration the related factors i.e. functionality, adaptability and engineering. These factors can be further broken down into its components for consideration at lower levels.

Application Testing – A Crucial Process In Application Development Cycle

 

Testing an application is thus very instrumental in deciding the quality of the product. It is much more than just debugging. It is required for locating defects and correcting them as well as for verification, validation, quality improvement and risk management. Although testing process can be expensive due to the complexity of coding in the software so testing at some point of time needs to stop so that the product can be shipped.

 

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A beginner’s guide to “Java Messaging Service”

February 22nd, 2012 | Posted under Software, Web Hosting, Web Hosting Tips | No Comments »

 A beginner’s guide to “Java Messaging Service”

JMS or popularly known as the Java Messaging service was developed by the Sun Microsystems in order to devise a way to access the Enterprise messaging system or better known as the MOM or Message oriented middleware. The connection between the application s is always important. Most of the applications over the internet and mobile phones are created upon the Java platform. It is therefore necessary that the applications are able to communicate. The data delivery in the most discreet way is one of the prime urgencies behind the development of JMS. When there is need of sending messages between two clients we rely upon this middleware. This is an application interface for sending the messages between the users or the clients. Java enterprise Edition JEE contains the JMS and is well defined in the Java community process.

 A beginner's guide to "Java Messaging Service"

The messaging systems works as any simple socket program would work. The messages are the data that are communicated over the internet with the help of this JMS that acts a middleware. It thus acts as an integral part of a loosely coupled distributed system. In distributed systems the total execution of the application is never carried out upon a single system as the job is divided over the network by the various inherent systems present along with it.

With this Message oriented middleware the application software along with the other programs can transact or communicate. They can send and receive messages among themselves. The most important aspect of any messaging system is that the message is delivered in time and with a degree of certainty. The middle ware in this case the JMS or Java Messaging Service ensures that the software or programs can easily communicate between themselves without any hitch. This is an asynchronous electronic communication that consists of acknowledgment of transport of the messages in the system thus providing the clients with a foolproof system.

JMS acts an interface for the transport of the messages. There can be various models that any JMs can follow. The most popular ones being the Point to point model, Request and Reply model and lastly the Publish Subscribe model.

The JMs provides its clients with a very robust model that is portable over the internet. As we encounter in our daily life that an instrument that can translate out words into the language of another land is quite useful while communicating similarly the clients programs find the JMS a useful tool during such sort of communications.

 A beginner's guide to "Java Messaging Service"

The infrastructure that is built by the JMS is strong for the applications. The J2EE APIs are more adaptable to the real life situations. They have this immense capability to connect to heterogeneous instruments simultaneously and help them to maintain a lucid synchrony among themselves. JMS is to be properly understood by its users during the development of such MOM. It in itself is not a communicator; rather it acts as a specification with suitable semantics. The JMs providers thus have to support six sorts of messaging interfaces. These are Text, map, object, byte and stream message.

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Comparing Microsoft Visual SourceSafe and Tortoise SVN

February 22nd, 2012 | Posted under Software, Web Hosting, Web Hosting Tips | No Comments »

Comparing Microsoft Visual SourceSafe and Tortoise SVN

Microsoft Visual SourceSafe or VSS is well known source control software. It is a developed and used efficiently for small enterprise’s requirements. It is easily implemented for the small software projects. The source code is the raw element of any project. It is at the heart of any programming software produced. Thus to have control on the source code means you gain access to the whole system that has been developed under it. The Visual Source safe has been created by Microsoft. It can simplify how you go about dealing with your project. The programs are developed by a host of developers. It never remains in a single hand. Thus during the developmental process to ensure that your project is in a safe custody you must use something like the Microsoft’s Visual SourceSafe. A project requires an object model that acts as a control environment for your project.

Comparing Microsoft Visual SourceSafe and Tortoise SVN

A software project undergoes several life cycle stages. It is every much possible that during the phases transformations the software may undergo some unwanted change that may not have been incorporated at the previous developmental cycle.

When we compare the Microsoft Visual Source Safe we must agree that the software is primarily built for the users on the windows. The development is not based for a particular platform. But it is necessary that the source code is preserved over various environments. It may so happen that software in itself is developed across various platforms.

Comparing Microsoft Visual SourceSafe and Tortoise SVN

Now when the single software passes from now phase to the other along with the change of hands the software may as well undergo a change of platform upon which the whole system is being developed.

The problem that arises while using VSS is that the team mates of a single project working on different parts of it should communicate regularly and in the best possible way in order to preserve the soul of the project. Microsoft Visual SourceSafe has some flaws which are resolved easily by the Tortoise SVN. In tortoise the communication has not got to be so particularly rigorous. It can be just be formal. The whole feature is dependent upon the single mode of communication. A single file once checked by a user should be left unhampered to preserve the uniformity of the project.

If the project is altered once it has passed that particular phase this may lead to creeping up some inherent errors of the software that may not be resolved before a long time. In VSS the user is never warned while a file is checked out. It is because Visual SafeSource allows multiple checkouts. This feature is by default unchecked and this allows the future developers or users to tamper with that part of the software that has been already coded and debugged. The warnings are however flashed quite frequently in the Tortoise SVN if you have multiple checkouts allowed. Other users of a file have already checked out means that the future users would be warned whenever they check it.

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Basics of Online security

February 1st, 2012 | Posted under Software, The Internet, Web Hosting | No Comments »

Basics of Online security

Basics of Online security

The security over the internet is something that has to be looked after very carefully. Cyber crimes are on the rise and this is a trend that has been no sign of reduction since the users of internet is rising every day. When you are said to strengthen your online security you tend to install some antivirus. It is only a small step. Apart from getting help from the software you must also be able to recognize the threats that loom large when you access the internet. The emails that enter your inbox are already filtered to some extent. This job is done by the email service provider of you. There are security loop holes in the internet which are evident in many websites that you enter.

Basics of Online security

But you must need to identify the locations where you can venture safely. The firewall is something that can protect you from dangers that may be overlooked. The browser is the first port through which any security breach may take place. A browser itself has a certain extent of security. The internet explorer or the Mozilla Firefox is the two most secure browsers that are available to the users.

Yet the internet explorer is ridden with numerous security flaws which have to mend by some other means. You must be sure of what software you use and what data you send over the internet through your browser. The patches that you install in your system must be up to date so that you are not left behind unprotected.

Basics of Online security

The freeware which come with a security tag is something that can help you in overcoming minor security threats.  The antivirus that you use must be kept up to date. This is an important method of keeping yourself safe against the threats. Firewall protection along with the adware and spyware are some tools that can keep you off the threats. These are some basic modes of helping you to keep the system safe and data theft prevention is one of the prime initiatives that a secure browsing delivers.

Malicious software tends to cause harm on your computer and it is something you must be careful of. The email that comes to your mail id must be filtered. You should still be aware f the threats that an unknown mail come along with. The unknown mails can contain attachments that may contain anything which might not be something you would like to download on your system. The viruses spread once they are opened on your system. So if you find any execution file on your mail attachment you must in all respect be cautious and be 100% percent sure before opening and installing it.

Basics of Online security

You must see the extension of the file that is downloaded on your system. The malware scanners are some useful tools that can help you to stave off the threats. All in all the online security of the system is solely upon the hands of the user and how he or she uses the systems and understands the threats that may affect him or her. The basic fixes are available over the internet and the software along with some aiding tools can let you to keep the threats at bay. But the cyber crime is on the large. The best tool to keep your data safe is to interact with the internet in a foolproof manner where relying on any unknown content may be more than harmful to you and your system.

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HTTPWatcher – the best way to track HTTP requests

January 21st, 2012 | Posted under Internet Trends, Software, The Internet | No Comments »

HTTPWatcher – the best way to track HTTP requests

Whenever a firm develops a software, it enters into the longest and toughest phase when it is actually implemented in the demanding environment. Every web development is phased accordingly. The web programs and the websites that are created upon the TCP/IP platform are mostly using HTTP as their main protocol. This structure is a basic structure that is underlying mystery of every website that is built today. The dynamic websites are more interactive. JSP and ASP are the two programming languages that are used by the modern day programmers in building the dynamic websites. HTTP request and HTTP response are two vital ingredients of any dynamic website. HTTP watch is widely regarded as the best tool to inspect the pay load of your server as well as can help you to analyze the performance of your website. It gives you in depth knowledge about the TCP level of a browsing session. It acts as an add-on for the Internet Explorer and its new version even works well with the Firefox 5.

HTTPWatcher - the best way to track HTTP requests

HTTPwatch is one such useful tool that can become highly useful to any firm that is working upon such projects that uses this HTTP protocol as its underlying mode of transferring data over the internet. When a client asks for a page in any dynamic website or environment an application program rubs at that instant and creates the page that is requested by the client.

This creation of the web page is instantaneous which is why these web pages are called dynamic unlike the static HTML pages. When a browser is put to use for accessing a website the client or the user sends the request for a certain webpage through the browser.

HTTP watch here acts a web development tool which is used to show the connection that is being used by the client and the server in order to communicate over the internet. The protocols are the rules and regulations that are understandable by the client as well as the server.

HTTPS and the HTTP are the commonly found protocols that are used over the internet nowadays. If there is any persistent problem in the communication or with the website as whole when it is viewed by the client, it can be detected and removed by using HTTP watch. Due to this functionality this particular program has reached heights of popularity since its launch.

HTTPWatcher - the best way to track HTTP requests

It is able to detect the hitch that may be present during caching of the website in the browser or during the compression in the server. HTTP watch helps you dissect and let you get a clear picture of how the programs are utilizing the resources. Whenever a new TCP connection is initiated it would use a new port for carrying out the operations that can be monitored easily using the HTTP watch. The headers cookies can be resolved easily with HTTP watch which in turn helps the developer to locate and solve the problems persistent with the website. Collection and sending of the files over the internet for your client is a job that can be troublesome at times. This is also made easy by the usage of HTTP watch.

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A look at TOAD – handling your database better!

January 20th, 2012 | Posted under Software, The Internet, Web Hosting | No Comments »

A look at TOAD – handling your database better!

Toad is a name that is very familiar to the programmers and especially the web application developers. The database is the most sensitive element for any large web application as it contains all the important and vital information that may concern the organization. Thus it has to be organized and maintained flawlessly in a proper manner. Its development thus embarks the development of a vital organ of a total web development system. There are numerous databases upon which programmers work. MySQL, MS-SQL, Oracle are the most well known databases that are available to the programmers. Along with it the IBM’s DB2 is another database that has significant application in some work places.

A look at TOAD - handling your database better!

Quest is the developer of TOAD. It acts as an IDE for developing and creation of tables of any database that may be relevant to a project. Databases do define how you go about implementing your projects in the web hosting environments. Relational databases are the most popular database that has caught the imagination of the programmers since its advent.

So TOAD has been made compatible to virtually all of the most well equipped database systems available to us in the present day. TOAD gives the programmer enough freedom to go about concentrating upon the real nuance of the database. There have been numerous versions of Toad and it has definitely improved with time. The modern versions of Toad have new features that enable the developer to analyze their code and observe its capabilities.

Toad can help you to synchronize the data and unlock the features that you may not have accessed before you had actually coded the program and tested its dependencies. Toad even has some unique features and can help you to normalize your databases much quickly than one would do without using some third party helping tool. It thus saves time and money to a good extent.

It is a simple to use software where you have just got to install it in a supportive environment make the connection with your presently running pre-installed database. That is it. There is no other thing that would bother you once the connection is established with your system software. It creates a short cut on your desktop and lets you to access your database right within your system.

A look at TOAD - handling your database better!

Quest has now unveiled a toad that is specially developed for Oracle. This is another addition to the already lengthy and varied platform upon which Toad works and integrates seamlessly. Previously the programmers had to use the coding in order to create a reliable database.

This system is cumbersome and is difficult to implement in many cases when the program and the project size is out of bounds of a single programmer. The IDE such as the one created by the Quest comes in handy. For instance if you are coding on any platform such as MySQL or Oracle in basic cases you would only have to program and write the code in the command line or from the command prompt. This process is never easy to maintain since the programmer has always got to be on his toes and there cannot be any mistake during such coding as the detection of this code is only visible after the program is up and running. Toad is a relief in such situation. It allows the programmer to view, integrate and develop the table within the database without worrying about going wrong with the code.

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CoffeeScript – Understanding the little Language

January 1st, 2012 | Posted under Software, The Internet, Web Hosting | No Comments »

CoffeeScript – Understanding the little Language

JavaScript has become inherent in todays’ HTML / XHTML and CSS web programming. It is a dynamic programming language, definitely not Java, but it has contributed much to the internet world. Whenever u get a prompt error message on a webpage, or an advertisement suddenly pops up when you are simply surfing the internet, you know its JavaScript embedded in the webpage. Surely, it makes JavaScript makes webpages dynamic. You can show up short messages in your webpage through pop-ups.

CoffeeScript – Understanding the little Language

A Transcompiler is a device which converts a source code from one programming language into another programming language. CoffeeScript is a small programming language which transcompiles into JavaScript. A dynamic cross-platform language which was developed by Jeremy Ashkenas had its first stable release on 18th December 2011. In a nutshell, CoffeeScript is an attempt to expose the useful parts of JavaScript programming. JavaScript has many awkward braces and semicolons and sometimes it’s very confusing to understand it. CoffeeScript is a healthy attempt to simplify the same and give an understandable output.

Developed recently, the scripting language provides a large number of advantages over the older JavaScript –

Easier readability and comprehension

CoffeeScript is said to add ‘syntactical sugar’ to the old and sturdy JavaScript. CoffeeScript is said to reduce writing web programming codes by 1/3rd amount yet it has no effect on runtime capabilities.  In a nutshell, it improves language understanding. JavaScript is full of nasty braces and combination of symbols and HTML integration, but CoffeeScript simplifies it to a large extent. Comparison of the two codes clearly shows how much CoffeeScript has simplified the understanding.

Integrates all the goodness of Python/Ruby

This is obviously said to good news for all the developers as CoffeeScript is integrating the whitespace of Python and Ruby. This gives an entire range of versatility for the app developers around the globe.

Shortens Code Writing

Coffescript is said to reduce the code of JavaScript by 1/3rd amount. This is really a drastic reduction, combining easier understanding so programmers will be able to finish of their code within shorter time and it will have portability including cross-platform management.

This language incorporates the good part of JavaScript

It is the language, which holds the excellent parts of JavaScript, ignoring the snake pits: with(), no coercive parity, “prototype-chain-mucking-about”, “fall-through-switch-statements”, “imperfectly chained evaluation … etc.

Apps will run faster

Apps integrating CoffeeScript will run faster as code is much easier and shorter. It avoids slow for Each() statements, and gets the velocity of native for loops for numerous actions.

Goodness of CoffeeScript

There are a huge number of obliging features, in CoffeeScript: “correct prototype-based-classes”, “bound function literals “, “comprehensions over arrays and objects”, “lexical variables “,”safe” and  “de-structurings assignment”.

Though not tested for bugs lately, CoffeeScript surely has much advancement over JavaScript. It is much more efficient and time saving.

CoffeeScript – Understanding the little Language

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