Clutch Recognizes Trigent Software as Top Software Developer in India

As companies scale up their digital transformation initiatives, achieving the desired outcome is dependent on finding the right talent with skills and experience relevant to their domain. Rapid changes in technology, the emergence of new platforms and tools need high investment in training. At Trigent Software, we have a customer-first approach. We deliver scalable, secure,… Continue reading Clutch Recognizes Trigent Software as Top Software Developer in India

What do Brown M&Ms Have to do with Outsourcing?

It is a folklore that has been proven true. In the 80s, Van Halen had strict conditions to remove brown M&Ms from their dressing room at the tour venues, or the show promoter will forfeit their money. The 53 pages typewritten rider contained the condition that along with a wide selection of beverages and food,… Continue reading What do Brown M&Ms Have to do with Outsourcing?

Trigent Software Proud to be Named on Clutch 1000

Here at Trigent Software, we know it can be tough trying to juggle business success and staying up to date with all of the latest and greatest software innovations. That’s why we’re dedicated to IT outsourcing and offshore development! We enable organizations to adopt innovative digital processes and customer engagement models and outstanding results. In… Continue reading Trigent Software Proud to be Named on Clutch 1000

Trigent Recognized as a Top Software Developer 2019

We’re excited to announce that Clutch has ranked us among the best software development companies in the financial services industry! Clutch is an independent platform that objectively collects feedback from clients about each vendor on their site. By publishing in-depth interviews conducted by unbiased Clutch analysts, they cut through disorganized market research and help businesses… Continue reading Trigent Recognized as a Top Software Developer 2019

Understanding MongoDB: A New-age Database

MongoDB, is the latest database architecture for developers and data scientists. Its usage is spread across various user groups, industry conferences and events. MongoDB is popularly known as a NoSQL document store model. The data objects are stored as specific documents within a collection instead of storing the data in a traditional relational database like… Continue reading Understanding MongoDB: A New-age Database

Benefits of EDI Usage in Transportation Management Systems

The need for real-time visibility has reached an all-time high for transportation companies. As Bart De Muynck, Research Vice President, Gartner, says, “Organizations have increasing demands for real-time, or at least near-real-time visibility into their orders, multi-modal shipments, and inventory across a network of business partners, both stationary and in transit.” Providing T&L companies access… Continue reading Benefits of EDI Usage in Transportation Management Systems

UI Design: Wireframe, Mockup and Prototype

There is a huge misconception about the actual meaning behind words such as wireframe, mockup, and prototype. They are considered by most as a method to show a design. The UI design process The UI design process goes from wireframing to mockups to prototyping, with variation in fidelity for each stage. The prototype is interactive while… Continue reading UI Design: Wireframe, Mockup and Prototype

CSS Browser-Specific Hacks

What is this? Browser hacks is an extensive list of browser specific CSS hacks from all over the inter-webs. CSS hacks are needed in order to solve problems caused by different browsers rendering. How to? Pick the hack you want. Copy it into your stylesheet. Add the style you want between the braces. Enjoy the new styles for… Continue reading CSS Browser-Specific Hacks

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CSS3 Selectors Module Part-3

This is the last blog in my tri-series on CSS3 Selectors Module. Please click on the link to read CSS3 Module Part – 1 and CSS3 Module Part 2. Positional Selectors :first-child – Selects every <p> element that is the first child of its parent first-child Selector Example: HTML <p>This content is the first child of… Continue reading CSS3 Selectors Module Part-3

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CSS3 Selectors Module Part-2

In continuation of my earlier blog on ‘CSS3 Selectors Module’ in this second part, I will explain the concepts of Combinators and Attribute Selectors. Combinators There are four different combinators in CSS3 selectors: Descendant Selector(space) Direct Child Selector(>) Adjacent Sibling Selector(+) General Sibling Selector(~) Descendant Selector Example: HTML <p>The descendant selector matches all elements that… Continue reading CSS3 Selectors Module Part-2

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CSS3 Selectors Module Part-1

INTRODUCTION A CSS selector is the part of a CSS rule-set that actually selects the content we want to style. CSS Syntax : CSS selectors are used to “find” (or select) HTML elements based on their element name, id, class, attribute, and more. W3C Proposed Recommendation: http://www.w3.org/TR/css3-selectors/ BASIC SELECTORS: H1 { } – The Element/Tag Selectors P… Continue reading CSS3 Selectors Module Part-1

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Understanding CSS3 – Part 3

In continuation of my blog CSS3 (Part 1 and Part 2), in this blog, i.e. `Understanding CSS3 (Part 3)’, I will elaborate on the theme of modules: 3D Transforms Using with 3d transforms, we can move element to x-axis, y-axis and z-axis, The below example clearly specifies how the element will rotate. The rotateX() Method… Continue reading Understanding CSS3 – Part 3

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Understanding CSS3 – Part 2

As mentioned in my earlier blog, CSS3 is a simple mechanism for adding styles, for example, fonts, colors, spacing, etc. to web documents. It is a collaboration of CSS2 with some new specifications, which we can call as modules. Given below are a few more modules. Shadows: Shadow Effects In CSS3 you can add shadow to… Continue reading Understanding CSS3 – Part 2

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