a unit of afifa foundation
Aaronsoft is professional website, mobile app and software development department of afifa foundation.
Aaronsoft is non-profitable company, initiated by the afifa foundation to increase the funds for organization. 50% of the funds are use for to help the poorest communities of india and 25% is use for administartion and 25% for the future project.
Dozen of website are develop for the school, college, non profitable organization, institute, company, personal etc.
Aaronsoft use the modern and advance techonology for building of website, mobile application and software, such as php, sql, html, css, java, asp.net, bootstrap, android, ios,....
Website and software design by aaronsoft is unique and best design ever. This are simple, good visual interface and easy to handle.
OFFER-1: 50% COST FREE FOR SCHOOL AND NGO.
OFFER-2: ANDROID APP FREE FOR "MORE THAN 100 USERS" (T&C).
Front-end frameworks usually consist of a package that is made up of other files and folders, such as HTML, CSS, JavasScript, etc. There are also many stand-alone frameworks out there. We are a big fan of Boostrap and the main KeyCDN website is built on it.
Web Application Frameworks
A web application framework is a software framework designed to aid and alleviate some of the headache involved in the development of web applications and services. KeyCDN actually hosts a version of AngularJS, HTTP/2 and CORS enabled, that you can use in your projects.
Task Runners / Package Managers
Package managers keep track of all the packages you use and make sure they are up to date and the specific version.
Languages / Platforms
Behind all the web development tools is a language. A programming language is a formal constructed language designed to communicate with a computer and create programs in which you can control the behavior.
A database is a collection of information that is stored so that it can be retrieved, managed and updated.
A CSS preprocessor is basically a scripting language that extends CSS and then compiles it into regular CSS. Make sure to also check out or in-depth post on Sass vs Less.
Text Editors / Code Editors
Whether you’re taking notes, coding, or writing markdown, a good text editor is a part of our daily lives!
Markdown is a markup language in plain text using an easy syntax that can then be converted to HTML on the fly. Note: This is different than a WYSIWYG editor. Markdown editors are sometimes referred to as the in-between WYSIWYG and simply writing code.
Almost every web developer, especially front-end developers will at some point or another need icons for their project. KeyCDN actually hosts a version of Font Awesome, HTTP/2 and CORS enabled, that you can use in your projects.
Git Clients / Services
Git is a source code management system for software and web development known for distributed revision control. When working with teams, using a git client to push code changes from dev to production is a way to maintain the chaos and ensure things are tested so they don’t break your live web application or site..
Local Dev Environments
Depending upon what OS you are running or the computer you currently have access to, it might be necessary to launch a quick local dev environment. There are a lot of free utilities that bundle Apache, mySQL, phpmyAdmin, etc. all together. This can be a quick way to test something on your local machine. A lot of them even have portable versions.
Diff checkers can help you compare differences between files and then merge the changes. A lot of this can be done from CLI, but sometimes it can be helpful to see a more visual representation.
Code Sharing / Experimenting
There is always that time when you are on Skype or Google hangout with another developer and you want him or her to take a quick look at your code. There are great team tools for sharing code like Slack, but if they aren’t a member of your team there are some great quick alternatives.
Every great development team needs a way to stay in touch, collaborate, and be productive. A lot of teams work remotely now. The team at KeyCDN is actually spread across many different continents. Tools like these below can help employees streamline their development workflow.
We all need inspiration at some point or another. For front-end developers especially, from time to time, it can be beneficial to check out what other people are doing. This can be a great source of inspiration, new ideas, and making sure your web application or site doesn’t fall behind the times.
Website Speed Test Tools
The speed of a website can be a critical factor to its success. Faster loading websites can benefit from higher SEO rankings, higher conversion rates, lower bounce rates, and a better overall user experience and engagement. It is important to take advantage of the many free tools available for testing website speed.
Web Development Communities
Every web developer has been there. They have a problem and what do they do? Well, they go to Google to find a quick answer. The web offers so much content right at our fingertips that it makes it easy to diagnose and troubleshoot problems when they arise.