Have you heard of CLU? It may lack the popularity of other languages like C+, Java and PHP, but CLU is still a widely used programming language. To learn more about CLU and its many feature, keep reading.
But just when programmers everywhere were getting to know and love Angular JS, Angular 2 was announced in 2014. Far from being an update to the much praised framework however, Angular 2 was a complete rewrite of it with no backwards compatibility. As with any major change, many people’s noses were knocked out of joint. Why fix something that isn’t broken? Why no transitional period? Why such drastic developments?
Earlier this year, Google rolled out a new open-source architecture for the development of blazing-fast, mobile-friendly webpages. Known as Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP), is essentially a framework that webmasters can use to build webpages. It lives up to its “accelerated” and “mobile” namesakes by focusing on reduced load times for smartphone and tablet users.