Responsive Image Gallery Using Bootstrap

Images are an integral part of websites. Compelling and great images can bring visitors to your website, and exciting displays of such images (Gallery, Carousel and Slider) can keep them there. So i decided to create   a Twitter Bootstrap -powered image gallery which zooms in on mouse hover. And I also decided to make it my second pen on Codepen.

Visit my First Pen here.

Before copying this gallery to your html5 page please make sure to add bootstrap.css and bootstrap.js .

In-Demand Programming Languages

10). SQL

SQL is used by large companies to update or retrieve information from a database.Corporations with huge amounts of information within their database rely on those with an understanding of SQL to analyze that data to better understand their audience and help determine which directions to move in going forward.The language is widely regarded as the standard language for relational database management systems. Microsoft SQL Server database certifications have also been ranked among Best Database Certifications for the year 2015. WANTED Analytics has also ranked it among the three most in-demand skills for Big Data jobs.


9). Ruby on Rails

One of the easier langauages to learn, Ruby is next on the list. The language is heavily used for web programming. Mashable’s list ranks both Ruby and Ruby on Rails as incredibly powerful languages.Many top sites including Hulu, Twitter, Airbnb, and Groupon use Rails in building their web applications.



8). iOS/Swift

Swift is a programming language created by Apple for iOS. Through Swift you can create your own iPhone applications and release them on the App Store. This course is for those who hope to eventually build apps as a profession, and teaches students by building actual working apps — at increasing degrees of complexity.


7). Javascript

Despite the similarities in their name, Java and JavaScript are extremely different beasts to tame in the world of coding. JavaScript is primarily a scripting language used within HTML pages and is utilized by the majority of the websites you visit.Widely regarded as the language of the web, it is used to add interactivity to web pages. The language supports all major web browsers including Safari, Internet Explorer and Firefox.


6). PHP

Next on the list is PHP, the language which forms the backbone of many present-day content management systems including WordPress. The language regarded as an essential tool for building modern web applications was originally created by Rasmus Lerdorf in 1994.PHP code may be embedded into HTML code, or it can be used in combination with various web template systems, web content management system and web frameworks. PHP code is usually processed by a PHP interpreter implemented as a module in the web server or as a Common Gateway Interface (CGI) executable.


5). C#

C# (pronounce “See Sharp,” like the music note) is a C-variant programming language, meaning that much of the syntax and structure will help in learning other languages, such as C++ and Java. C# was developed and is still maintained by Microsoft.”You can use C# to create Windows client applications, XML Web services, distributed components, client-server applications, database applications, and much, much more. Visual C# provides an advanced code editor, convenient user interface designers, integrated debugger, and many other tools to make it easier to develop applications based on the C# language and the .NET Framework.”


4). Python

Python is a scripting language like JavaScript, but the two still have differences between them in terms of syntax and execution. Python is considered by many to be one of the more simple coding languages to learn, as it places less of an emphasis on syntax than other languages.According to a recent WANTED Analytics, demand for Python programming expertise increased 96.9% in big-data related positions in the last twelve months. Some of the top Big Data employers of 2014 are Cisco, IBM, Oracle, Teradata and Sabre.


3). C++

C++ is another C-variant language and is popular in some circles for game development, as well as at many large banking institutions.The language also figures in prominently in efinancialcareers’s survey. “Due to the high cost of moving to new technologies there will continue to be significant demand for those who can programme in languages compatible with the legacy environment,” says the survey quoting Gina Schiller, vice president at Jay Gaines & Company. The language has also been standardized by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO).


2). C

C language is one other language that is needed for the coming year. It supports the structured programming and lexical variable.It is a general purpose language, it is considered as the go-to language for high-volume/high frequency trading. The C language is used to make the map of machine instructibles. It has replaced the former language used for coding assembly language. It is used in computers of all types and ranges like supercomputers. The language was developed by Dennis Richtie between 1969 and 1973. Since then it prevails in the world of computer languages .


1). Java

Topping the most popular programming languages list is Java. Java is seen as the programming language of choice for IoT, enterprise architecture, and cloud computing. The language has also been raked on top by efinancialcareers’s survey for most in-demand programming languages on Wall Street in 2015.he basic principle behind the language is to keep the developers at ease because it means to them “write once, run anywhere” (WORA). This refers that the Java language has no limitations because it can be run on any java compatible platform without recompiling it. The Java applications are special as they can run on any Java Virtual Machine by compiling it to byte code. Here the computer architecture is of no use. In the year 2015, Java was one of the most popular programming. It was considered highly valuable client-server web applications. It had a total of 9 million developers last year. The Java programming was introduced in 1955. The syntax of the language comes from C and C++.Java is also at the central of a patent battle between Google and Oracle. Oracle sued Google in 2010, claiming that Google had improperly incorporated parts of Java into Android.