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Web Development Life Cycle

Web Development Life Cycle is equivalent to a software development project, a particular method should be followed to make sure the project consistency and completeness. The exact core part of website development is not necessary for coding the entire process. Admittedly few technologies like HTML, CSS, and JavaScript give a special way that we can easily communicate with the information and play with the website development and usually certain things which stay behind the scenes and being the crucial part of the website development company. In this infographics, Tihalt Technologies are a few stages of information gathering in detail, planning before the development, designing, content writing and organizing, coding, testing and review, and launching, and maintenance. 

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review SPOILER ALERT! 2019-08-28 04:26
Inheritance (Inheritance Cycle #4)
Inheritance: Book Four (The Inheritance cycle) - Christopher Paolini

I have climbed the Purple Prose Mountains. There were many stumbles along the way, and the path was often obscured by wordy brambles. Bruised and bloodied, I persevered and emerged at last onto the Plains of Youdidthistoyourself by the banks of the Crymea River.


Ye gods, I’m exhausted.


The rating reflects my enjoyment of the book, which reached a series low directly proportionate to the increase in filler. And there is So. Much. Filler. One thing I didn’t actually hate was the ending. I know lots of readers were pissed off by it, and I find that hilarious since the way things were going to go was literally laid out in book one. Personally, I was pleased that Paolini didn’t give in to his copying-David-Eddings instincts and end with as many characters as possible pairing up and getting married.


He did give in to some of his baser instincts, though, like when he had Angela knitting a hat that says in part “Raxacori—” on it. Raxacoricofallapatorius. Because why not rip me out of the story again with another Doctor Who reference. (Actually, Angela would almost make sense as a Time Lady, but then Paolini would owe royalties to whoever owns that copyright too.)


I’m glad I’ve ticked this series off my 2019 to-do list, but I will be forever pissed off by the pointless undermining of character growth. And the inconsistent dragon anatomy. And the lifting from other books/movies. And the pop culture references pulling me out of the story (such as it was). And by the series continually expecting me to care what happens to Roran, Raging Asshole and Alleged Military Genius.


Whatever. I’ll shed one more figurative tear for the way publishing celebrates mediocrity and move on with my life. At long last.



Progress Updates:


Page 42


Page 103


Page 246


Page 370


Page 370 redux


Page 568


Page 719


Page 849


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text 2019-08-28 04:10
Reading progress update: I've read 849 out of 880 pages.
Inheritance: Book Four (The Inheritance cycle) - Christopher Paolini

I am DONE. This book took 130 pages to wind down after the climax. Unless I missed it after I started skimming, there was never any pay-off for Eragon’s 360 on meat-eating. I will never not be annoyed by that meaningless reversal.


Say it again, Why Bear.


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text 2019-08-27 23:39
Master Post for Bout of Books 26
Match of Wits, A (Ladies of Distinction Book #4) - Jen Turano
A Body on the Beach - Blythe Baker
The Secret of Seaside - Agatha Ball,Kate Danley

Grab button for Bout of Books


Goals for BoB 26:

4 Daily Challenges

4 IG Challenges

Participate in both chats due to new time zone

2500 pages


Monday, August 19th

Read: Nothing finished yet

Currently Reading: A Match of Wits (Ladies of Distinction #4) by Jen Turano

Reviewed: None

Daily Challenge: 

daily challenge #insixwords mom, blogger, runner, mid-west living, Leo
2:25 PM · Aug 19, 2019·Twitter Web App

IG Challenge: https://www.instagram.com/p/B1XF6OSnelc/

Chat: Participated

Pages Read: 60/2500


Tuesday, August 20th

Read: A Match of Wits; I finished the series.

Currently Reading: Started A Body on the Beach (Sunrise Island Mystery #1) by Blythe Baker

Reviewed: None.

Daily Challenge: Adaptions Aspirations http://melissasteinman7.booklikes.com/post/1938565/bob26-daily-challenge-day-2-adaptions-aspirations

IG Challenge: Favorite Books https://www.instagram.com/p/B1ZlwUzHobv/

Pages Read: 126/2500


Wednesday, August 21st

Read: A Body on the Beach

Currently Reading: Started The Secret of Seaside (Paige Comber Mystery #1) by Agatha Ball

Reviewed: Nothing

Daily Challenge: Skipped

IG Challenge: Skipped

Pages: 263/2500


Thursday, August 22nd

Read: Nothing finished

Currently Reading: The Secret of Seaside

Daily Challenge: If this, Then that


IG Challenge: Favorite Genre https://www.instagram.com/p/B1e4SQEncVT/

Pages: 263/2500


Friday, August 23rd

Read: Nothing

Currently Reading: The Secret of Seaside

Reviewed: Nothing

Daily Challenge: http://melissasteinman7.booklikes.com/post/1940338/bob26-daily-challenge-day-5-i-want-this-book

IG Challenge: None

Pages: 263/2500


Saturday, August 24th

Read: The Secret of Seaside

Currently Reading: Nothing

Reviewed: A Match of Wits 

Daily Challenge: Review of A Match of Wits

IG Challenge: Book you are looking forward to reading after BoB https://www.instagram.com/p/B1kcLarniYb/

Pages: 391/2500

Chat: Participated in the morning Twitter chat


Sunday, August 25th

Read: nothing

Currently Reading: nothing

Reviewed: nothing

Daily Challenge: None given

IG Challenge: None



Wrap Up

Didn't make my page goal (16%) but I did complete all the other goals. Sunday was a bust due to my being sick (my head issues kicked into overdrive Saturday night). Looking forward to January's cycle!


At this point I am ending my summer reading and will be prepping my blog for the Halloween Bingo and fall/winter reading.





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text SPOILER ALERT! 2019-08-27 09:41
Reading progress update: I've read 719 out of 880 pages.
Inheritance: Book Four (The Inheritance cycle) - Christopher Paolini

OKAY. Okay. Okay.


I’ve already said more than once that Paolini lifted a bunch of stuff from David Eddings’s books, including the basics of his magic system. Early on, I mentioned how Eragon was reminding me more of Garion than Luke these days.


WELL. Well. Well.


In Magician’s Gambit, book 3 of the Belgariad, the villain of the book accidentally snuffs himself in the climax by trying to will something out of existence.





I know you can’t copyright ideas, only the expression of them, but by all that’s holy, the Eddings estate should be getting royalties for this series.

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