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  1. HTML Coding Q&A

    grand total button would be great. Do I have to learn JavaScript to do this, or can it be done in HTML? -- Jeff Johnston A. HTML merely controls how a web page is displayed. To do any sort of form processing, math etc, will require that you use JavaScript (client-side) or PERL which is a server-side
  2. SitePoint Smackdown: PHP vs Node.js

    in no small part by WordPress -- a PHP Content Management System which powers a quarter of all sites. Node.js Node.js was created by Ryan Dahl in 2009. It uses Google's V8 JavaScript engine, which also powers client-side code in the Chrome web browser. Unusually, the platform has built-in libraries
  3. Mobile App Development with Zend Studio

    . In the New Cloud Connected Mobile Project wizard, enter a name for both the mobile client side project and the server-side project. In the PHP Server drop-down menu, select a PHP server, and then click Next. In the next step of the wizard, you can select from one of the available project templates
  4. 3 Prototyping Tools Compared: Invision, Marvel & Justinmind

    as the interface is concerned, while it is elaborate it is user-friendly and setup in a logical manner allowing you to get things done with little to no confusion. The left side of the screen will be your best friend while you prototype. Here you will find widgets that will help you setup your prototype
  5. Three JavaScript Quirks That Java/C Developers Should Know

    . In strict mode variables must be declared before being used, but you can check that JavaScript engine won't complain for the declaration. On a side note, be aware that you will get no complain for redeclaring a var: if you want to catch such bugs, you should better process your code with a linter
  6. Rails Authentication with OAuth 2.0 and OmniAuth

    . Add the new provider to the initializer file: config/initializers/omniauth.rb provider :google_oauth2, ENV, ENV To obtain the Google key and secret: Navigate to Click "Create Project" and give it a name. Open "APIs" section from the right-side
  7. How to Code HTML Email Newsletters

    a comprehensive list of CSS elements support for every popular mobile, web and desktop email client. Step 5: Coding for Phones and Tablets An amazing number of people read HTML email on their smart phones and tablets, as well as their desktop email software. Adapting your HTML tables
  8. Devise Authentication in Depth

    Devise and enabling specific modules Customizing Devise Restricting access to certain pages Setting up asynchronous e-mail delivery Integrating a Devise extension to estimate password strength Adding password strength estimation to client-side Sounds good? Let's get started! The demo
  9. What's the Best Programming Language to Learn in 2015?

    changed. A few languages have gone up or down a place but there are no new entrants or large leaps into the top ten. What Surveys Won't Tell You There is no "best" language. Few developers have the luxury (or tedium?) of working with a single technology. If you're considering client-side
  10. Write CSS3 without Worrying about Prefixes

    at all!) and it runs client-side. -prefix-free detects the user’s browser, finds CSS in <link>, <style>, and inline, and adds exactly the prefixes that the browser needs. This saves you time and keeps your stylesheets lighter. The drawback to this method is that it runs client-side, so
  11. Transparent Redirects with Braintree

    -coding the amount here, but in a production app you would either generate this using some server-side logic, or in the case of a donation form with an unspecified total, you would create a form field and allow the user to provide one. I also usually set the “submit for settlement” option to true
  12. How to be a Good Developer

    you’ll also need to be a good collaborator, and let’s face it, programmers are not the most social people out there. You need to collaborate not just with other developers, but also with your manager, and maybe directly with the client. Collaboration also means knowing what’s at stake
  13. Prototyping Tools: Moving from Fireworks to Illustrator

    . But one of the major elements that drew me to prefer Fireworks is its ability to create multi page documents: it makes sharing resources and styles among every page of the prototype very easy and allows you to produce a unique PDF document that’s ready to be sent to the client for approval. When
  14. Build REST Resources with Laravel

    : curl http://localhost:8000/api/v1/users And this is what’s returned: With PhpStorm’s Rest Client, I get the same result in json. And if I want to see the results in a better format, I can simply press the js icon on the left side of the tool and the Rest Client gives me
  15. Becoming Truly 'Full-Stack' is Unrealistic, But You Should Try

    a large amount of technologies that a competitive web developer should have an understanding of. I’ve aggregated some of the most common skills below. HTML, CSS, Javascript A backend language Version control Command line usage Node/Ruby Tooling Preprocessors Client Side MVC frameworks
  16. How to Test Your Site Locally with Modern.IE

    projects locally using a Git client. Alternately, you can click on the Download button on the right side of the page as shown below. Once you have downloaded the tool, you’ll need to download and install Node.js (version 0.10 or higher). If you already have a version of Node.js installed
  17. How I Set Up My Development Machine on Windows

    for a near perfect editing experience!) Within Sublime, I install Package Control straight away. Next I search for some packages: I’ve installed Emmet, Phpcs, and Xdebug Client for example. The plugins I use will come and go; I like testing different code sniffers, coding standards helpers, language