Glossary

13 Jan • Glossary

What is AJAX and How Does It Work?

AJAX stands for Asynchronous JavaScript and XML. It is a set of web development techniques which allow web applications to work asynchronously –...

By Richard Boyett

13 Jan • Glossary

What is a Query? Database Query Explained

In regular English, a query means a request for information. What is a query in computer programming then? Simple, it’s the same – except the...

By Richard Boyett

31 Dec • Glossary

What is NGINX? How does it work?

NGINX, pronounced as “engine-ex,” is a famous open source web server software. In its initial release, it functioned for HTTP web serving. Today,...

By Andrew Vickers

29 Dec • Glossary

What Is GitHub and How to Use It?

GitHub is considered an essential tool for software engineers, and its popularity is unrivaled. It currently accommodates more than 25 million users....

By Angie V.

29 Dec • Glossary

What Is jQuery? A Beginner’s Introduction to the jQuery Library

jQuery is an open-source minified JavaScript library created for simplified JavaScript operations. You can use jQuery to quickly code a set of...

By Jordana Alexandrea

23 Dec • Glossary

What is an iFrame

iFrame is short for Inline Frame. it’s a powerful element in web design. You have probably seen countless YouTube videos embedded on sites other...

By Luqmanul M.

20 Dec • Glossary

What is WAMP (Beginners Friendly Guide)

WAMP is an acronym that stands for Windows, Apache, MySQL, and PHP. It’s a software stack which means installing WAMP installs Apache, MySQL, and...

By Artūras B.

09 Dec • Glossary

What is a CMS (Content Management System)?

A content management system (CMS) is a software application that runs in a browser. It provides users with a graphical user interface that allows them...

By Jordana Alexandrea

21 Sep • Glossary

What is Cloud Hosting?

Cloud hosting is a type of web hosting which uses multiple different servers to balance the load and maximize uptime. Instead of using a single...

By Domantas G.