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Before we go in technical aspects or what to choose as a career full stack-vs-mean-stack, lets define you what these stacks are all about. Mean stack developers are kind of like JS-based application developers. A…
celyn wrote a new post, What Are Stacks In Development To Learn Full Stack 7 months, 2 weeks ago
Full-stack developers are professionals in front-end and back-end stack both. it’s proficiency in both the front-end and back-end languages along with frameworks. Full-stack developers generally are well-versed i…
celyn wrote a new post, Free Web Hosting Vs Dedicated Web Hosting Comparison 8 months ago
While WordPress.org is probably the most popular free CMS tools online, it does require paid hosting to make your site or blog successes – that can be viewed as a drawback for those in search of the most c…
@celyn what about the cloud hosting it seems to be getting a lot of popularity in recent years
Reliable web hosting is important to any website. They are the basis of your website, your brand and your business. Any server downtime could hurt and ruin everything you’ve developed over the years. If y…
@celyn what if i buy trademark domain name will that owner has the right to take my domain but i have seen facebook buy messenger.com domain in thousands of dollars even when it is there trademark
Thanks for your question. See, its a concern of mutual understanding. If party A is using party B’s trademarked domain after paying them the desired amount…
In case if someone buys a domain which is already trademarked with some suffix, it will not go to work the same way. Because the brand has built an identity which can not be influenced by adding some prefix or suffix.
In short, it a matter of compliance, legal procedure & of course of no benefit. If Facebook has bought that trademarked domain, its a compliance of mutual understanding.
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