Let Us Comprehend CUBI—A User Experience Model Part 5

Interaction in CUBI ModelPreviously we have explored the components of CUBI model for UX designers for web and mobile software products. In second part, we have grasped the content layers’ functionality. In third part, it were user goals while in fourth part, we had some knowledge about business goals. Now in this post, we will look finally at the fourth component of the CUBI model and its interaction. However, user interaction designing is crucial in modern high-end web and mobile landscape because only interactions make product live and exert the best user experiences in our highly intricate software designing projects.

Just like other components, user interactions has four layers to consider when incorporating it in the UX designs. Those layers are patterns, systems, devices, and humans. Let’s see how they act in the UX designing.

Interactions with Patterns

We know very well that UI design consists of various UI elements and most of them are the parts of graphics or layout designs. Therefore, it is natural that design patterns have greater impacts on the interactions of users hence on the UX designs. Apart from buttons, there are headers, menus, maps, calendars, video, audio, images, etc. which are taking parts in various interactions and responsible for user experiences at the end.

Interactions with Systems

Web and mobile applications are creating their own system and running on the various operating systems as well as devices using its hardware, software, and custom resources at a capacity. For instance, any software on web and mobiles may have navigation system, workflows, screen flows, feedback giving and receiving systems, notification systems to interact with internal and external components. These all are mean to help end-users to go ahead to achieve their intended goals with our products.

There is nature of the system such as static or dynamic may decide the interaction designing. At other hand, your software system will define the CMS, e-commerce, and other system software integration with a set of capabilities and limitations.

Interactions with Devices

We are living in fragmentation era in terms of computing devices. Therefore, it is mandatory to beat challenges of multi-screen designing for better UX in all mobile and web software products. Our client/targeted devices may have fragmentation issues with screen size at first place, form factors like smartphones, tablets, desktops, laptops, kiosks, terminals, wearable devices, appliances, and many others at second place.

The biggest challenge for UX designers with devices is various gestures to interact with them like pointing devices/mouse, touch gestures with fingers, thumbs, and other body parts, body gestures with just movements, accelerometer like hardware gestures, geo-locations, and use of camera are some instances to consider during UX designing and interaction designs in particular.


Interactions with Humans

After all, we are designing UX for our end-users, and in most the cases, they are human beings. Therefore, human interactions with the product designing like formal, informal ways of interactions, sometimes personal or interpersonal or social interactions define the UX design of the software products at detail level.


In simple words, we can say that a set of various patterns provided in a system is responsible for UX and such system running on various devices trigger the human interactions with the product. If you want to get some clue of successful UX designs using CUBI model, you have to explore our portfolio and consult our designers for web and mobiles.



Author Bio:

Shoaib Marfatiya is an eminent writer in web development industry and its verticals. He has contributed a lot by throwing light on very intricate issues of web and mobile development community.

Let Us Comprehend CUBI—A User Experience Model Part 2

Content Layer in CUBI Model for UXWe have realized the pains of the UX designer due to lack of suitable model or framework to work on in the previous part 1. Moreover, we have seen that why we need CUBI model and what its ultimate purposes or benefits to the modern designers for the better UX? According to our CUBI model content is one of the core parts among the four components.

Content Layer

During the designing process for UX when we are going to incorporate content in the project do several activities and if we are going to depict those activities in the layer forms, we can place content types next to the core of content presentation. Then next layers would be content models, content treatments, content methods, and content architecture. Let’s check them one-by-one in this series.

Types of Content

Initially content has only one or two forms like texts and images in early web era. Today the types of content has all multimedia formats optimized for the web such as audio, video, graphics, data tables and data presentations/chart/graphs, and documents of many unimaginative formats. The more interesting thing is that these variations in content types are not stick with some standalone formats, but there are enough opportunities to combine available formats in various combination creatively and contextually to solve our problems of designing and UX.

For instance, infographics have super combinations of text and images where designers have free reigns to add data visualization techniques and illustration to go on storytelling styles. Pinterest like social media is solely based on such modern variants of the content types and their combinations.

Models of Content

As we have seen above that various combination of content are in use and if we arrange them logically, they become content models. In above example infographics is a sort of model. Similarly, recipe in cooking app or alike apps is a model consisting of different content including texts as instructions, ingredients as data, images of food or ingredients or food, and video describing the process are various content types in it.

Effects on Content

We treat content very different ways from screen to screen or apps such as we apply visual styles like 2D/3D effects on the images/photos to bring good aesthetics. Texts may have unique personality through various text styles. Graphics may have opportunities to reflect brands or personality through theme creation. Thus, UX designers have to learn and follow various content treatments feasible under the umbrella of contemporary styling practices or content treatments.

Methodology of Content

We can make content more interesting hence engaging through various presentation methods of content such as storytelling, metaphors, analogy, scenario creation, symbolism, and many other creative ways.

Architecture of Content

We know if all content types, models, methods, and effects are not in an organized manner or follow a definite structure, we can’t get good UX or solve the website’s problems/client’s problems. Therefore, information architecture or content architecture has great places in the web or mobile designing.

If you like to see the best examples of the roles of content in UX, please check the portfolio of Lujayn carefully.

Author Bio:

Shoaib Marfatiya is an eminent writer in web development industry and its verticals. He has contributed a lot by throwing light on very intricate issues of web and mobile development community.

Working with and Building Modal Windows in Web Design Part 1


Modal windows are offering extra spaces on the screen without intimidating user experiences if designed smartly. No doubt, making its semantic is the need of moment. Therefore, let’s check the best practices and trends for working with modal windows in your web design project.


In web design whether for static or responsive websites, you need to take care of readability, usability, accessibility, and functionality during entire designing and programming process. In due course, organization of information architecture along with design layout is crucial and demanding a bit experiences as well as expertise.

At present, most of the websites are business oriented and highly relying on online identity to accomplish their critical tasks or processes of the business. Therefore, intricacy in design and functionality is natural. Majority of clients and their web developers are screen real estate hungry. They constantly try to include maximum info in minimum space. Thus, their trade-off with layout blocks and responsive design become more complex and force them to find out innovative ideas to justify their content needs.

Technically, we have innumerable GUI elements and structures to organize our ever-increasing content needs. For instance, jQuery-based sliders, Ajax based tabs, and simple pop-ups or modal windows through programming. Among these, modal windows have certain advantages to do off-canvas designing for web and mobile platforms.

Advantages of Modal Windows

Let me list those advantages in brief just to mention:

  • Modal windows are quite smaller UI element in most of the cases so save space
  • It is floating over the existing page so you need not to create special space for them in your layout, just give links or CTA UI element to pop it up
  • It never requires loading of entire page and simulate the Ajax like functionality so end-users like them so you can consider the modal window as improved usability step in your web designing
  • You can move modal window simply by dragging it on the existing page so offer great convenience for users
  • As modal windows are part of off-canvas design, you can add them in multiple occasions and in as many as you need, of course, don’t exceed here too

Contextual Usage of Modal Windows

No doubt, modal windows are excellent structural UI elements, but they are not applicable on all sorts of content or media so be careful while incorporating in your UI designs. Here I am going to listing and depicting where and when modal windows elements should use and not.

For Lightbox

In these days, our images and videos are of large to extra-large size. Therefore, incorporating them on live web page or UI prove costly and strenuous for layout designers. If we use lightbox for images and videos we don’t have to load or reload web page frequently and can reduce the loading burden until lightbox is not opened. You can use thumbnails of images/videos at linking UI element instead of mere text link or simple button. Thus, you can give ideas of the content before clicking it.

Moreover, you have many options to highlight your content of lightbox in modal window design. For instance, you can blur the background of the rest of screen against the lightbox so your visitors/users can easily see the image details or watch video without distractions. Workings with background of modal windows are easy in styling so you can show your creativity freely.

Another usage of lightbox is converting modal windows into the image galleries. Here you can use auto-sliding or manual next-previous buttons to the lightbox to give best user experiences.

There is much other usage of modal windows in web or mobile UI designing, but we will check them in the next part of this series.


Author Bio:

Shoaib Marfatiya is an eminent writer in web development industry and its verticals. He has contributed a lot by throwing lights on very intricate issues of web and mobile development community.


Secure Positive ROI by Developing Appropriate CTMS Part 2

Maintaining patient registry through spreadsheet is old practice and today we have CTMS with modern technologies that allows us to feed patient data instantly using mobile devices quickly and accurately using various features and functionality of latest CTMS programming practices


As I have promised in Part 1 that we will check how we can streamline the workflow during the process of clinical trials using our ultramodern CTMS development technologies and out-of-box strategies for your CTMS programming project.


Extensive Help to Various Medical Fields

Today we are living in mobile era where cloud-computing technologies have eased our highly intricate and interactive tasks in all fields including medical and its allied industries or fields. For instance, our modern eClinical system or CTMS (Clinical Trial Management System) is capable to support extensive operations at independent research sites, SMOs, and site networks in order to help academic medical centers, CTSAs, various research hospitals including private and government run bodies as well as chronic disease centers including cancer.


No Spreadsheets At All

In olden days, we were solely rely on spreadsheets in our age old PCs and facing ample distractions to feed data quickly and accurately. Now, with tablets and smartphones we need not to go to computer room or office space located in our premises. Instead, we are capable to feed data spontaneously near the bed of patients or from the operation theater in some instances. Highly user-friendly UIs of tablets and smartphone or laptop and even of desktop have removed the needs of spreadsheets at all and you have suggestive and quickly filled input boxes that allow you to feed securely and accurately your patient registry data or clinical trials data by various level of permissions.


Secure and Qualitative Data

You don’t have any fear of loss of data or inconsistency of data as all data go directly to the web services or cloud computing services in real-time as well as stored in offline mode and updated later on. Different user permission level and comment entering tricks make data more reliable and valid at technical point of view. If we want to see the doctors’ comments on that data feed, we can check them in real-time, and get instant feedback on those data. This exercise not only reduce the errors in data and hence research, but also eliminate the fears of fraudulent practices and entry of wrong professionals in our filed.


Easy Schedule and Tracking of Subject Visit

In clinical research or patient registry programs, we have to spend considerable time to fix the next visits of our patients and push our imaginations to point down the needs and sketching the possible scenario on those future visits. If our CTMS has perfect calendar and UI that prompts various scenarios in advance by coordinating various data from various centers and from different professionals we can accurately fix the schedule of next visits as well as our trained staff can follow the schedule and remaindering relevant patients beforehand and before the appointment time.


Concluding Remark for the Part 2

This real-time updates of schedule not only ease the work of doctors, nurses, office staff, but also help researchers to set their own timetable accordingly and keep things or instruments ready for those fixed visits in our patient registry. In short, these sorts of CTMS solutions help us to get:

  • Automatic calendar with calculation abilities to schedule visits of the subjects of our research in clinical trials or in patient registry maintenance program
  • A central repository in order to maintain our protocols, patients/subjects, and data of visits in past as well as in future
  • Provide information to the doctors, staff, and patients themselves regarding to their previous visits and future visits and its schedules
  • Enable us to compute financial calculations regarding to the patient registry software or disease registry or device trials programs for labs, institutions, and pharmaceutical companies



Test Hard, but Test Smart—a New Message to the Designers Part 4

Formulating Smart Testing Groups
Formulating Smart Testing Groups

Welcome on this final part of the series. As we have explored the factors involved in the testing a website and what to test in previous part, we will finally go to the browser group formation so we can know how to test smartly within limits of time and devices.

Options for Testing

We have some good options for testing in industry such as emulators, virtual machines working on servers or cloud, and some awesome testing services like Open Device Lab, BrowserStack, etc. are helping us different ways for different purposes. It is true that emulators and other above described options are good to cover wide range of devices for instance, if your target audiences are on the Android devices in majority and you have to test some where 2000 devices or hundreds of representative devices and their browsers, you are okay with them without spending much on devices possessions.

Issues with Optional Testing

At other hand, affordability and user experiences are issues with such services. If you want to know that what is loading time, how your UI elements fitting into your deserved parameters, and which hardware is conflicting in which device are tough to obtain in such remote or virtual testing. Therefore, we have to group our devices smartly by balancing our testing requirements, resources, and time devoted for manual or automated testing. In short, you have to decide the priorities for your browsers, devices, and their parameters or properties.

Ways To Do Smart Grouping

Formulating First Group

Let’s decide, which devices with, which browsers we must have for our first group, which can cover at least 50% of your targeted audience population.

  • Development Machine/desktop/laptop
  • Two Apple devices: one with latest iOS (iOS8) and another with a previous version (iOS7)
  • There Android devices: one with latest Android OS (4*) and Chrome, second with one-step backward version of Android OS (<4) and other Android browsers, and final one with older version of Android OS (2*) and with small screen size. Here I prefer 3 devices for Android platform because Android devices cheaper to buy and we need to cover more representative devices in order to cover huge audiences of Android.

Thus, now we have browsers of three screen size groups: first for big devices like desktop with Windows and Mac operating system, second groups have medium screen size with Apple and Android devices with latest versions, the third group would have small screen with backward version of OS and browsers.

In our first group we are covering browser types as Chrome, Safari, and some Android specific browsers.

Fortunately, at Lujayn our responsive web designing team is capable to cover vast audience with this group of devices and browsers in their rigorous testing of the websites of our patrons and successfully debug the most of the issues before any complain has made.

Formulating Second Group

Now our second group will include virtual machines for different kinds of browsers because in first group we have covered only Chrome and Safari. Therefore, now we are adding IE and Firefox in this second group using virtual machines against the costly devices. Thus, we will cover IE 8 and IE 11 on virtual machines for large screens and IE 10 for the emulator of Windows Phone as small screen size.

Moreover, our development machines will cover Safari and Firefox browsers for large screen tests. Thus, this second group has only one Window Phone emulator with touch experiences, otherwise rest have pointing devices experiences.

Formulating Third Group

For third group, you need to have only one Apple device with Opera Mini browser and one Nokia Ovi devices with Ovi browser.

Formulating Fourth Group

Whereas in fourth group you can add BlackBerry devices, BrowserStack testing services, virtual machines, and you development machines for wide range of browsers that you missing in above three groups.

This way you will cover almost 100% of your audiences with least investments on devices, services, and time.



Test Hard, but Test Smart—a New Message to the Designers Part 3

Testing Parameters for Websites
Testing Parameters for Websites

In previous part 2, we have seen that the deep understanding of audiences, devices, and their use-cases can make big difference in decision of testing strategies and methods. Now, in this one more part, we will see that ‘what to test’, and how to formulate browser groups, in order to do smart testing of your mobile websites.


Test Matrix

If we have enough knowledge of testing parameters and we know, which parameters are needed for which products, we can do smart testing with least efforts and greater accuracy. Therefore, it is mandatory to know and decide the testing matrix first.


Screen size: we are aware of fragmentation in the screen sizes of the mobile devices, thus, testing our fluid or responsive layouts, UIs, and various dynamic elements on our major targeted devices in real world make big sense.


Screen Resolutions: Pixel density or screen resolutions is among the parameters to test for the clarity and ease in use of mobile app. However, there are tough time when you have to calculate pixel and sub-pixel values for different browsers of mobile devices during layout preparation of your websites.


Connectivity: user experiences are highly depends on the connectivity issues and speed of connection as loading time increase may distract users of your responsive or mobile website. This the reason that mobile devices are not capable to do high-speed data transfers and use of high-speed cloud or web services at optimal levels as desktops can do. Thus, you need to test connectivity and related issues first and debug them to improve performance.


Interactivity: interactivity depends on many factors in designing and coding. However, styles of interactions like use of pointing devices like mouse and touch gestures through fingers and thumb are important for better user experiences during normal use cases of the mobile website or web app. Some devices have hardware buttons while iOS like have software or operating system elements to do frequent interactions so test them thoroughly in user experience testing.


Similarity among Browsers: it has seen that many browsers have almost similar properties and supports while some have acute differences. Therefore, if we segregate such browsers in groups of similarities and differences, we can save our valuable time from repeated testing, as we can leave rest of similar browsers by selecting only one browsers from the group and focusing on browsers of dissimilar groups more.


Rendering Mode of Browser: As we know modern browsers have two kinds of rendering modes, one is standard client-side rendering and another is proxy rendering. Technically, client-side rendering browsers use resources of client devices, while proxy-rendering browsers use server-side resources to render a page.


Thus, proxy-rendering browsers are quick to respond and fast to load in compare to standard client-side rendering browsers. Therefore, you have to check the kinds of browsers and test them accordingly in their different modes.


If you have pure intentions to make smart testing during your web development or PSD to Joomla development projects, you need to apply all fundamentals described in this series.


Test Hard, but Test Smart—a New Message to the Designers Part 2


Mobile Audience
Mobile Audience

In the first part of this series, I have described my thoughts on testing and my smart strategies for testing responsive web designs.


As we know that the nature and purposes of every website is unique and differing from others even among the same niche and competitors. Therefore, it natural that the audience of the website also unique so we have to consider the traits of website and its audience at first place while deciding the testing strategies.


Properties of Your Audiences

It is true that people from effluent class use mobile devices in more incidences, as that is the latest trend in the market and they always like to keep ahead themselves using costly devices. Against this, young generation wish to see themselves as tech-savvy and modern people so they prefer mobile devices while less affluent class of people have no luxury of desktop/laptop devices along with mobiles. Thus, they choose to stay with low or medium cost mobile devices and use them frequently.


These reveal a hard-fact that we are going to deal with web audiences with desktop devices in minority and mobile users going to be in increasing majority.


Form Factors of Devices

We know that iPhone is more popular in US and Canada as well as some in UK and Australia, while rest of world is fan of cheaper Android devices. Moreover, China and India have their own choices in forms of devices and their smartphones are just like mini tablets or called ‘Phablets’ in industry because they want to type large fonts of their local language characters in their messages.


Against these, cheaper mobile sets from Nokia like companies are popular in rural India where long battery life is a big issue. After looking such variations, we have to decide the choices of devices in the regions of our targeted audiences and test them accordingly.


Time Factor

Use of devices hence the usage of browsers are varying with the time and mood of the people. For instance, it has observed that during working days people are present in their work spaces where they have big sister devices like desktops at hand so their usage found high while on holidays or Sundays it decrease dramatically.


Therefore, we don’t prepare our testing strategies according to the time of engagement of people with devices and browsers, our chances of failure and unexpected errors increasing many folds. Thus, we have to be smart enough to go for testing.


Conclusively, based on these observations and experiences, we web development team at Lujayn are deciding our testing strategies and selection of browser groups


I hope, in next part of this series we will check what to test and how to formulate browser groups to do smart testing.



Author Bio:

Shoaib Marfatiya is an eminent writer in web development industry and its verticals. He has contributed a lot by throwing lights on very intricate issues of web and mobile development community.

Test Hard, but Test Smart—A New Message to the Designers Part 1

Test Hard, but Test SmartIt is hard fact that we are living in multi-screens and multi-devices era of the web and mobile applications. Unlike earlier desktop only designing, we have to design UIs for cross-platforms and cross-browsers. Designing itself is not tough as we know how to go responsive well now. The real issues arise when we are going to test our website or mobile application for a release.

Today, I shall restrict up to website designing and testing leaving mobile application for next time so my target is responsive web design. Few years back, we have to consider testing our website on five to six browsers on the desktops including Windows and Mac PCs. Unfortunately, today we have to test on nearly 15 browsers and numbers of mobile devices including tablets along with smartphones of various sizes.

Testing Tough & Costly

Therefore, testing is not only time-consuming, but also costly affairs for small start-ups or even seasoned freelancers. Hardware fragmentation is at its peak and we have numbers of mobile devices to test the responsive website. It is true that we can’t cover entire our audience with profound testing as possessing numerous devices is a nightmare even a big web development company.

Think of Smart Testing

In short, you have to forget the complete testing on all the devices your target audience is using. Instead, if you have a solid testing strategy, you can cover majority of population of your targeted audience. In other words, you should be smart enough in testing and cover sizable audience with least investment of time and most importantly money on purchasing real testing devices.

If you closely observe the properties of browsers and testing devices, you will find best clues to get some smart ways to do things quickly and cheaply. For instance, if you code is running smoothly on the Chrome of Samsung devices, then probabilities are higher that they will have less friction on other browsers of Android devices. If your IE 9 has error free screen then least chances remain for IE 11 to show JavaScript errors.

Based on such similarities and peculiarities of browsers as well as devices, we can group them in a logical manners and can give them priorities according to our website and our targeted audiences. Unfortunately, each website is unique and have unique audience as no business is same in the market, we have to carve browser groups each time for each new project. Based on my experiences, I can say that it is not much difficult to get mastery over time.

As per my strategy, I sometime test only 50% browsers and release the website. Afterwards, I test rest of browsers and fix the long tails without delaying my release data further. Another strategy is I never leave brand new version of website that is releasing first time without testing on all of my browser groups, say four groups.

Of course, I do test only primary and secondary browser groups when I am a bit in hurry and website is for redesigning. However, accomplish rest of browsers in one or more steps at later dates. This way I apply the rules of ‘smoke testing’ by fragmenting my testing schedule. However, smoke testing offers you only some flexibility and relaxations, but never let you escape from complete testing on your all browser groups.

I especially, apply smoke testing on the PSD to Joomla conversion projects where we have to deal with mainly B2B clients and they are in hurry to produce results of their end clients. I hope we will discuss on testing and creating browser groups in next part as we have space constraints in this post.



Web Development Works A Bit Differently Today

Web Development Project Management
Web Development Project Management

Due to proliferation of mobile devices, internet is ubiquitous and web accessibility is very easy. People use smartphones to do everything including shopping. Therefore, businesses are sincere to have their web presence as well as mobile app in app store.

Unfortunately, latest surveys reveal altogether different things and say that only 50% small businesses in US have web presence. If you think they are busy, not true. They already know the magic of m-commerce and wish to jump into the bandwagon. What is real problem then?

They live in a myth where web development is tough to understand and some failure stories of others intimidate them to go for a website development process. In the past, web developers were discussing about the reference sites with the owners of the small businesses.


In the Past

They were focusing on the pleasing the top management or owners of the businesses, by incorporating color, design, content, etc. of the choice of the business owners. In return, businesses were not thinking about the success and contributing factors in the success. They just were taking proud of having a web presence.


Businesses Take Interests in Web Development Process

Now, scenario has changed. Businesses are discussing the strategies behind the website. They are eager to know their target audience, behavior of target audience, motivation, likeness, and dis-likeness of the targeted audience through initial research carried by the web development experts.

Now, they are ready to cooperate outsourcing companies to know their businesses and their strategies by providing supplementary information to the marketing and technical teams of the offshore web development company that, they have selected.


Businesses Take Active Role in Web Development

In the past, web development process was left on the lower hierarchy post professionals in the small businesses or big businesses. Now, top management is taking personal interests and allocate responsible and capable managers to take active part in the project management software used by the modern web development companies. They would like to interact directly with developers and designers.

Web designers producing wireframes and prototypes of high fidelity using latest designing software on the desktop and smartphones to show their live, dynamic, and interactive wireframes as well as prototypes to their tech-savvy clients instead of mere PSD or JPG or PNG files from the web designers. The live and timely feedback of the businesses making web development a bit differently than they were in the past.


Businesses Aware of Time Frame and Budget

Active interest and live interactions remain up to the completion of the website development or web application development project. Businesses are eager to know the testing results in their regular updates in PMS or through instant messengers. They are upfront asking the time line and budgets of their web development project and keep close eyes on the development process.

Many small businesses are smart enough and taking hire web developers packages as advantages and save a lot of money and time for their project. Therefore, I have put title of page as modern web development works a bit differently and create true collaborations as well as maintain partnership like relationships with web development companies in favor of both sides.



Intro with Lesser-Known but Brilliant Apps for Web Developers Part 2

In previous part 1, we have explored some cool lesser-known tools for CSS and HTML users in particular. Now, in this part, we may have some more robust helping hands for various purposes to ease the life of the web developer community.

CodeKit – Steroid for Web Developers

This application is exclusively build for Mac users and it eases the lives of SASS or LESS lovers along with many numerous scripts such as JavaScript, Stylus, CoffeScript, Typescript, Jade, etc.

It does nothing but compiles the files of SASS or LESS like scripts on the go, optimize them along with your projects images and reload the live page in browser window as readymade product.


XRAY – To See Through

During web development, we need to inspect elements frequently and opening browser’s  tool in a separate window hindrance our speed, if element is small and need quick info in code in particular. Therefore, this little bookmark-let XRAY allows us to interrogate a page to look at the box model info in DOM for a particular selected element. You will get all information regarding to the element’s position in DOM and its basic style such as IDs/Classes. This may quick your workflow and cut your mistakes in web programming.


Code Anywhere – Multiplatform Cloud Editor

It is true that majority of web programmers or mobile programmers use desktop as their primary code editing device. However, in recent mobile and cloud era, we have to perform many emergencies while we are on the go, whether in bus, train, car or waiting for commuting. In such cases, we have either laptop, tablet or a smartphone in hand and we need some flecks in the code of our patrons in urgency.

Code Anywhere is especially build for platform and device agnostic coding using available browser. It lets you edit your files from underlying services such as FTP, Dropbox, GiitHub, etc. using impeccable tools in your browser in a collaborative manner. It supports wide range of web formats such as HTML, PHP, CSS, JavaScript, XML, etc. so the lives of web developers become quite easy with Code Anywhere.


JSFiddle – To Create JS, HTML, CSS, etc.

Many time web programmers are in hurry and wish to see quick results of their code in real-time. Thus, JSFiddle gives them opportunities to get such playground. You have enough alternatives there like JSBin ofr JavaScript optimization, Dabblet for CSS building and SQL Fiddle for prototyping data schema.

There are many tools we miss here, which are known or lesser known like Basecamp for project management, Plagiarism checkers, etc. If you are interested in and need more help, you can contact the web development team of Lujayn any time and from anywhere.


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