With the dynamism of the internet today, it has become imperative to keep abreast with the latest developments in web programming and designing to ensure your website is always relevant and responsive.
We at Wolf Marketing can assist you in introducing and incorporating new programming languages into your websites and online projects. Hiring in-house specialists to do the job is not always the best solution – in many cases it can be highly cost-inefficient. Wolf Marketing offers you greater flexibility by providing the skill sets required in completing a project on an as-needed basis.
We provide assistance in the application and introduction of the latest programming languages so you can ensure customized content and efficient use. These include:
Introduced in October, 2014, HTML5 is the latest version of the HTML standard. It includes not only HTML4 but XHTML and DOM Level 2 HTML features, as well, and introduces new behaviors and attributes that allow for more powerful and diverse websites.
Among the most notable new attributes of HTML5 are:
- Allows more complex web programming by extending, rationalizing, and improving and introducing new markups and APIs (application programming interfaces)
- Provides new ways to communicate with the server, which allows the server to push new events instead of just providing the data requested by the user
- Provides new elements to allow multimedia and graphical content to be embedded more seamlessly
- Allows easier incorporation of 2D and 3D effects
- Allows more efficient performance across various mobile devices
CSS (Cascading Style Sheets) Level 3 is a series of modules designed to improve some of the features of CSS2, as well as introduce new features and standards. Some of the new or improved capabilities introduced in CSS3 modules are:
- Media queries – This allows content rendering under different conditions and is a foundation of responsive design websites
- CSS3 Selectors – Extends CSS2 and CSS1 selectors to allow new proposals
- Color Module Level 3 – Adds opacity and color values
- CSS Namespaces – Supports XML Namespaces to distinguish the various uses of the same element name – especially useful to eliminate complications when switching from XML to SVG
SCSS, or Sassy CSS, is a Sass syntax that’s preferred by many developers over the original Sass for many reasons. Foremost among these is that SCSS is a superset of CSS – all CSS features are contained in SCSS, along with Sass features. This means developers who have been using CSS and want to use Sass need not unlearn the nuances of CSS. In fact, SCSS is said to be more similar to CSS than to the older Sass syntax.
The advantages of using Sass/SCSS include:
- Sass allows the storage of any value in just one location, which makes it easier to reuse or change at a later time
- Sass features mixins, which allow the grouping of multiple variables that can be reused throughout the stylesheet and can be modified using other variables
- Sass allows you to create a main file in your website, from where other style modules can be imported, making your website more user-friendly
Make sure your websites are updated with the latest features to give your customers a positive experience every time. Wolf Marketing provides the skills needed to apply the latest tools and web design languages to keep your website as dynamic as the market requires.