The Citrus7 library is a repository of relevant information about the digital universe.

  • What are Front-End and Back-End?

    Front-End is the first layer which we face when we access a website, an intranet, or even a web-based system. The Front-End interface is where we find the navigation of a website, with the design of the page and its contact forms, for example. The structure of the Front-End is usually composed of HTML, CSS, […]

  • What is a dashboard?

    Dashboard is a control panel of activities, with a visual presentation of tasks in progress and their indicators or status. In information technology, the dashboards provide visualization of performance data in graphical format, show the results of performance, connect individual KPIs to the organization’s goals, and incorporate financial and operational data to the business process.

  • What is PHP and ASP, and what is the difference between them?

    PHP is a programming language for computers used to generate dynamic content on the Internet. ASP is not a language, but a programming structure, and it uses scripts (VBScript, JScript, PerlScript or Python) processed by the server to generate dynamic content on the web. In practice, PHP runs on any platform, while ASP is restricted […]

  • What is HTML 5.0?

    Hypertext Markup Language, or HTML5.0, is a programming language for structuring and presentation of content in the Internet, which uses a coded text to create and organize online content. As it is considered very solid by programmers and developers, HTML is now the standard for all browsers. As the name says, is the fifth version […]

  • What is CSS?

    CSS means Cascading Style Sheets (CSS). It is a schedule that defines the layout of sites in HTML, controlling fonts, margins, colors, lines and the positioning of the page content. CSS dictates how the elements contained in the code of a web page on the Internet will be displayed.

  • What is IP number?

    IP stands for Internet Protocol and represents a unique identification of a computer connected to a network. Each device, be it a desktop, tablet or smartphone, connected to the Internet has a unique number for identification, the IP address, which acts as an identity document. There are no two computers with the same IP address.

  • What is big data?

    Big data is a technology that deals with digital data in volume, speed and range on an unprecedented scale, analyzing information in real time. Among data we have the so-called “unstructured” data: tweets, Facebook posts, videos, geolocation and consumer behavior. These types of information were liable to be examined only by humans, since they depend […]

  • What is gamification?

    Gamification is the use of logic and game techniques in contexts not necessarily related to the theme. The goal is usually to encourage teams, promote the interaction between people and companies and envelop the public in marketing actions. They are challenges that generate engagement using ludic practices as backdrop. For example: companies offering rewards (prizes) […]

  • What is crowdsourcing?

    Crowdsourcing is a collaborative project, which uses the knowledge and the collective intelligence of Internet users volunteers for content creation, troubleshooting, development of new technologies and generation of information flow. Thus, crowdsourcing is taken today as an innovative tool that facilitates projects of collective interest at low cost, being molded and prepared by its own […]

  • What is social media analysis good for?

    The analysis of social media has the goal of understanding the patterns of relationship of the users of a social network and its implications for the effectiveness of advertising campaigns. Taking the content generated by the users of a network as a basis, it is possible to find which applications are more advantageous as to […]