Microdata are the syntax for embedding machine readable metadata in simple HTML. With this extra attribute added search engine is able to understand as close to human. To be exact, it adds great contribution for browser to understand what the piece of content is all about in a relevant way.


Let us take an example

Sudip Shrestha- 24, Male, Single, Engineer, Digital Marketer, Nepal.


Well, humans can contextually understand what the content is all about. But, for the computer program like a web browser or search engine bot, it is not as simple. To make computer programs understand what the content of the content is, the way as human do automatically do, we add microdata.



The fact that the world has transformed from desktop computing to mobile computing means one thing: current and future applications will be mobile-based. The proliferation of mobile devices in recent times, driven mainly by growing consumer adoption of smartphones and tablets has made organizations find ways of leveraging their businesses using mobile applications.

Amidst these developments, a raging debate has been ignited on whether companies should use native, or web-based or hybrid applications. Whether these organizations would like to use the mobile applications to market their products, or push the mobile apps as their products for sale, one fact remains elusive: it’s difficult to choose whether to adopt native, the web or hybrid applications.


If you’re considering to set up an online storefront using which you would like to sell your products or services, then the e-commerce platform you choose to power it is an important consideration. An e-commerce platform should not only offer all the shopping cart features but also give you the inventory management tools, the online transaction processing and other useful resources that can take your store to the next level.

One such e-commerce platform is Magento. Magento, an open source e-commerce platform, provides a flexible shopping cart system and other functionalities that can control the appearance, the content of an online shopping.


Let’s face it—the raging debate on which mobile development strategies to use has confused businesses. While the two mobile development strategies—native or web-based—have their fair share of merits as well their demerits, it’s important to look at the big picture when deciding on which approach to use for your business bottom line.

The demerits of each of the two mobile development strategies—native and web-based— have led organizations to try out new approaches that are more robust and flexible about the development of mobile applications. It’s no longer the case that your organization will have a single Android app.

Whether your business is small,  or medium or large, you still to have a mobile application that supports various mobile devices such as the iPad, the Amazon Kindles, the Android devices, BlackBerry devices and Windows Phone devices. Truth be told, developing mobile applications for all these devices is a major challenge for businesses, regarding costs and time.

So, how does the cross-platform mobile development fit it in to address these challenges? Keep reading.


July is over and August is on us.  Art is on the air, as always, in Australia. Although there are many noteworthy activities, including art, painting, framing competition organized across the country, few names always keep us inspiring. Ken Duncan and Sarrita King are 2 amongst them, featured in this article.

 

Cultivating the passion of art that is so engraved in our society and so is the demand for high-quality art, photographs, sculptures, frames and interior designs. The Framing Show is almost here, so lets start with it.