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Mirrorless Cameras vs. DSLR Cameras

posted by yarddiant 1 month ago
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Few years ago it was easy to answer for the question –What is a decent camera for people interested in photography? The answer was to buy a good DSLR camera. But in 2008 Panasonic launched its first Mirrorless camera, the Lumix G1, and everything changed. Mirrorless cameras are also known as compact system cameras (CSC). Mirrorless allow you to change lenses similar to DSLR, but it don't have a complex mirror system like DSLRs do.

DSLR Cameras

A digital single-lens reflex camera (DSLR) is a digital camera that combines the optics and the mechanisms of a single-lens reflex camera with a digital imaging sensor, as opposed to photographic film. Primary difference between a DSLR and other digital cameras is the reflex design scheme in which light travels through the lens, then to a mirror that alternates to send the image to either the optic viewfinder (OPV) or the image sensor. Differently from traditional cameras it has an OPV with its own lens.

Mirrorless Cameras

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Samsung Galaxy S9

Before talking about Samsung Galaxy S9, we just have a look at Samsung. Samsung Electric Industries is founded back in 1969.It is headquartered in Suwon, South Korea. Samsung Electric is the world's largest mobile phone maker by unit sales in the first quarter of 2012, with a global market share of 25.4% and it is also the world's second-largest semiconductor maker by 2011 revenues. It released its first Android smartphone in 2009. It launches the first Android tablet back in 2010. The company is among the biggest players in the smartphone market in the world. It has recently developed smartphones running Tizen OS, as an alternative to its Android-based smartphones.

Samsung Galaxy S9

Samsung Galaxy S9 smartphone was launched in March 2018.It is one of the latest phone now. The phone comes with a 5.80-inch touchscreen display with a resolution of 1440 pixels by 2960 pixels at a PPI of 568 pixels per inch.It runs Android 8.0 and is powered by a 3000mAh non removable battery. It measure

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History of Mobile Phone

posted by yarddiant 1 month ago
tags: mobilephones mobile smartphones

World’s first mobile phone was discovered Martin Cooper in 1973, he is a senior engineer at Motorola. Motorola published their first mobile phone known as the Motorola DynaTAC 8000X, in 1983. These handsets provide 30 minute talk time, 6 hours sand bay and could store 30 phone numbers. Its average cost $3995. In 1983, the first mobile phones went on sale in the United States at almost $4,000 each.

 1973 first hand held cellular phone was developed by John F. Mitchell and Martin Cooper of Motorola and its weighing 2 kg. 1979 automated cellular network launched in Japan by Nippon Telegraph. 2G digital cellular technology was launched in 1991, Radiolinja on the GSM standard. 2001, the third generation (3G) was launched in Japan by NTT DoCoMo on the WCDMA standard.

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Future of mobile phones

posted by yarddiant 1 month ago
tags: mobilephones mobile smartphones

Mobile phones are more closely embedded in our day today lives these days. Researchers suggest that in recent years mobile phones will become remote control of our whole life. Also the technology that has been involved in mobile phones and mobile networks has developed so rapidly over the last few years.

Holographic phones

Holographic phones could one day be a reality though especially with the Holoflex prototype. The Holoflex is both holographic and flexible. It allows the users to bend the handset to view the 3D display from direct angles and interact with the screen.

Flexible frames

Phone companies have been researching of creating a smartphone that is so robust, so that it can be actually be folded in two by the user.

Educational tools

In future, mobiles will change the way in which we learn and teach.

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Reduce Bounce Rate on Your WordPress Site

posted by yarddiant 1 month ago
tags: wordpressdevelopment wordpress

Bounce Rate is the percentage of people who visited your website but bounced from their current page without checking out other pages. It is very influencing search engine rank factor, which tells Google a more about your WordPress website’s quality. Low  bounce rate, and that’s at least way Google will look at you with favor. The average wordpress bounce rate for all websites hovers 40.5% with content driven websites coming in slightly higher. The goal is to aim for around 50%. Decrease bounce indicates rate more number of subscribers, and get more profits. Below are some important tips reducing bounce rate on your wordpress site.

1. Enhance User Experience

2. Optimize Page Loading Times

3. Avoid Flashy Pop-Ups

4. Display Excerpts on the Blog Pages

5. Give Credible Headlines

6. Random Browsing is Healthy

7. Invoke Seamless Navigation

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LinkedIn profile to look like in 2018

If you want to attract the best audience for your LinkedIn profile, then it is very critical to understand what your ideal customer wants. People want to know as quickly as possible the product or service that you are providing as quickly as possible. It is a social network for business professionals. A LinkedIn member uses the site to network with other with other professionals in the same in the same industry, search new positions. It also helps in verifying the qualifications and experience of job seekers. Therefore it is very important to build a best LinkedIn profile.

  • Understand your audience
  • Choose a header
  • Put a face to the name
  • Professional headline
  • Be contactable
  • Summarized story
  • Showcase your experience
  • Make your network speaks for you
  • Make yourself easy to find
  • Start networking and then build relationships

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How to Choose the Best WordPress Plugin?

Wordpress is awesome wordpress blogging platform, it have 30,000 WordPress plugins available in the official plugin directory. WordPress plugins are powerful tools that extend the functionality of website. They provide some great features like security, SEO, social media, customization and more. Popular functionalities start as independent plugins and added into the platform as a feature. All of the plugins are developed independently and have little control over its quality. Some of the common problems created while using such plugins are: Eating up too much memory, Causing 500 errors, crashing the site, Making the site sluggish and unresponsive and resulting in the white screen of death. In this post provide some simple guidelines to keep in mind before installing a new plugins:

  1. Select quality plugins
  2. Plugin tips
  3. Use the WordPress Repository
  4. Read the description
  5. Counting the stars
  6. Compatibility with WordPress

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10 things WordPress developers should know

posted by yarddiant 2 months ago
tags: wordpressdevelopment wordpress

Wordpress is a great tool. WordPress powers millions of blogs and websites around the world. Wordpress is the most popular content management system and it’s quite easy to get lost. There are so many options, and sometimes its way harder to find the best solution than just fixing an issue. Well, let’s see some basic tips and snippets to help you some issues. The ability to extend WordPress to meet just about any need is a powerful motivator for choosing WordPress over other alternatives. Here are some tips to providing things WordPress developers should know.

1. How to use action and filter hooks

2. Know your .GitattributesDon’t edit the core

3. Don’t edit the core

4. The WordPress template hierarchy

5. Enqueue scripts and styles

6. Learn to create site-specific plugins

7. Keep your site secure

8. Choose the right hosting provider

9. Understand the WordPress database

10. Don’t develop without debugging

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WordPress Tips to Develop Websites

Lots of content management systems are available in online market. But wordpress is the most popular content management system for a website. It is simple and easy to use. Most important things you should consider developing a WordPress Plugin or a WordPress Theme. This guide helps to provide a good practice and it will helpful to beginners and experts developers that are starting to work with WordPress. Most of the series exists in the Codex, but it contains so much information and can be difficult to know where to start. In this article include following topics such as The WordPress Coding Standards, Remove Function Name Collisions, Code Comments and Security Tips.

  1. Theme selection
  2. Use Template Features and Functions
  3. Optimize for Search Engines
  4. Secure your Website
  5. Optimize URL Structure

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Google Doesn't Use Content On Non-Canonical Pages

If you have exactly the same contents repeated all over your website. That could be a spam for Google

But according to "Crawling time budget" concept

  • Crawl rate limit is designed to help Google not crawl your pages too much and too fast where it hurts your server.
  • Crawl demand is how much Google wants to crawl your pages. This is based on how popular your pages are and how stale the content is in the Google index.
  • Crawl budget is “taking crawl rate and crawl demand together.” Google defines crawl budget as “the number of URLs Google bot can and wants to crawl.”

The content on 'non-canonical' versions generally doesn't get used by Google. That means, if you point page X to page Y using a 301 or canonical tag, generally the content on page X won't be used by Google for ranking. So if page X has content about some content and page Y has about has continuation of previous, Google won't take the previous content and pass it to page B. So if you want to rank for the content, make it

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