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Year: 2012

Industry Statistics: E-commerce sales grow 17.3% in . . . – Internet Retailer

BREAKING NEWS:  Industry Statistics – E-commerce sales grow 17.3% in Q3 – Internet Retailer E-commerce accounted for approximately 5.2% of total retail sales excluding foodservice — mainly restaurant and bar sales—during the three months ended Sept. 30, up from 4.7% in the third quarter of 2011 and 5.1% from the second quarter of 2012, the […]

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Hey, Web developers! Here’s a one-stop shop for your app needs

Hey, Web developers! Here’s a one-stop shop for your app needs

The W3C standards group will house a unified site for Web programming explanations and examples at the new Web Platform Docs project.

Enough with having separate Web programming tutorials from Google, Apple, Opera, Mozilla, and Microsoft.

These five major browser makers, along with Facebook, Adobe Systems, Nokia, and Hewlett Packard, have become stewards of a new effort to centralize developer resources at the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C). This Web Platform Docs project will include not just help on to use a bewildering array of new Web technologies, but also will detail which ones are accepted standards, how well the various tools work across multiple browsers, and how stable the standards are. 

For more on the effort, you can check blog posts from Google, Microsoft, Opera, and Adobe.

 

 

 

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Now there’s a whole new generation of e-commerce players. Ever heard of Nasty Gal, Warby Parker, Indochino, Stella Dot, Chloe & Isabel, Frank & Oak, Julep, Beachmint, Shoedazzle, ModCloth, Everlane, Bonobos or J Hilburn? Together, this group of companies will generate over a billion dollars in revenue in 2012. These web-only brands are vertically integrating […]

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E-commerce driving regionalization of distribution networks – DC Velocity

E-commerce driving regionalization of distribution networks – DC Velocity,  Move would allow retailers to cut delivery times, simplify returns.  Stifel, Nicolaus & Co. “projected that the internationa (excluding the United States) e-commerce market would reach $1.1 trillion in 2015.”

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Separating the front and backend application in order to enable a quicker SCRUM Agile approach

http://e-byz.ch/projekt-management/shopdirect-customer-experience-management SCRUM with AGILE Development a YouTube video (mute sound).  Re: Online direct to consumer business: “[UK based] Shopdirect.com separated the front and backend application in order to enable a quicker SCRUM Agile approach and increase the feature output by shopdirect customer-experience-management 30% to 40%.  Also 3rd party development and integration is quicker.”

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