Are you interested in web development or web design? When it comes to web development and new technologies there are many new and exciting trends which keep coming along that improve the creation of sites in more ways than one. The following are a gathering of the top web development trends for the year.
TOP MOBILE & WEB DEVELOPMENT TREND TO WATCH OUT FOR IN 2016
Like every year, in 2016 we are going to see some new trends and continuity of some old trends. If you are a tech-enthusiastic, then you want to read this article. In this article, I have mentioned some of the tech and web-development trends of 2016. There are lots of other trends too. I focused only on some of them. If you think I should add some more points, please let me know your suggested ones. Happy Reading!
THE STOP OF AD BLOCKING
Right across the world there are many websites which lose money from advertisement blocking plugins. However, with new advancements, these websites are set to get the last laugh as new technology is emerging to help fight back against these plugins. This new technology is said to neglect the effect of plugins which block ads. In doing this, websites are also said to start finding new ways to interest their customers by creating more interesting and diverse ads.
Right now virtual reality is rocking the tech world.It will be more popular in this year and this popularity will be continued to increase. Microsoft, facebook and all big shots are focusing very much into it.
HIRING FROM CAMPUS IS STARTING TO LOSE ITS APPEAL
Hiring top developers from top universities – this idea is losing its appeal to the big shots. To be a great developer, you don’t need to be a graduate from a top most university. Rather than some tech gurus are talking about preferring youngsters who save time and money by not going to any college!!
BROWSER BASED IDEs
Though browser based IDEs have some demerits like security issues as it is on web, forceful upgradation as per the vendor’s rule, access problem if you don’t pay the bills, lack of native debugger and so on, yet clearly this is going to be the future. Browser based IDEs are getting more popular every single day as you don’t need to sweat on setting up a local environment, this is more cost-effective, it gives you to freedom to code from anywhere simply on any modern browser, you can share your codes with your colleagues in real time like google doc and many more. We will surely see an uprising popularity of browser based IDEs in 2016- no doubt about it. Actually it seems that everything is going to the cloud!