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In order to understand what localhost is, let’s breakdown the word “localhost” into its parts “local” and “host”. “Local” indicates something within your vicinity. “Host” means somebody who is providing a space to stay there (at least in the present context) Now let’s combine the two parts of the word localhost back into one. The meaning comes out to be some local person or thing who provides you with some space for any particular purpose. Now let’s talk about localhost in the context of computer science. Lets’ say you want to create a website. You need some space to place the contents of your website. The content may include text, images, videos, or any other type of file required by your website. Your computer provides this space. In short, “localhost” means “your personal computer” or “any other computer present within your vicinity,” which gives you the space for the contents of your website. Using the host analogy, localhost means your computer is hosting your website (or anyone else’s site for that matter. Hosting providers do this regularly using computers called servers). In this example, we are using a website and its contents as an example. Localhost (your computer) can be used to store aka host any software, e.g., a mobile app, a desktop app, a web app, etc. The people who came up with this named it localhost because it merely refers to any machine being used to host something. That machine serves as a host for any file or content.
Even if your project is in plans only, it’s still reasonable to take care of its potential growth. And considering cloud computing services is the first measure to take towards a better future. Click “read full post” to investigate if it’s the right choice for you, how to plan budget in advance and, most importantly, how to avoid hidden costs while optimizing your infrastructure.
Here the first version of an A/B Testing Canvas (my first Figma Community release) that is all about showing UI changes and structure of your online experiments more clearly. I've been using this on real projects and hope to improve it with your feedback. It's a free Figma temaplate download. :) Enjoy.
Optimization is the process of testing and refining websites, mobile applications, landing pages, email campaigns and marketing and growth efforts with the goal of increasing performance around desired outcomes. Optimization includes A/B testing, which is the process of testing one thing against another version of the same thing. A/B testing and optimization is an important part of growth marketing. These articles feature the best strategies on how to optimize your growth efforts and provide new ideas to help inform your A/B testing and optimization plans.