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HTML24 is a digital agency. Armed with code and solid business understanding in our baggage, we strive every day to create digital results for our clients. This blog is documenting our quest for results.

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Coding Class CPH – the future is now

The future is now As humans, we have a social responsibility for future generations to come. There are many ways to help them and it is quite hard to squeeze them all in one article. Instead, we will focus on one for the moment. It’s about Coding Class CPH. It is a project initiated by the […]

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19. September 2019

Internet of Things – a challenge of the future

Imagine that your smartphone, alarm clock, coffee maker, lamps, watch, car or anything that is powered by electricity could communicate with each other through a vast network. All devices would have a common language that helps them synchronize and make life easier. Internet of Things connects people with people, people with things and things with […]

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12. September 2019

HTML24 welcomes 3 new colleagues

HTML24 welcomes 3 new colleagues this autumn; Kristian Amdisen, Tobias Karentius Kromann Dahl, Jonas Sørensen.  Kristian Amdisen Kristian will be working in the account management department and he is full of excitement. Kristian moved a few months ago to Copenhagen from Aalborg also known as “Paris of the North”, to study international sales and marketing […]

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10. September 2019

Remembering the good old days of the first operating systems

  Can you remember the first steps of the Internet? The first operating systems were based on tremendous technology back then, and now with one mouse-click you can run these systems in your own browser. How amazing is this ?  Here at HTML24, as we develop web applications, we sometimes take a step back and […]

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2. September 2019

Strong Customer Authentication (SCA)

  What is Strong Customer Authentication? Strong Customer Authentication (SCA) is a new regulatory requirement that aims to reduce fraud and increase online payments security.  It applies mainly to “two-leg transactions” where the acquiring bank (Payment Service Provider – PSP) and the card issuer are located in a member state of the EEA.  However, non-EU […]

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23. August 2019