Mobile
Hannah Levenson, Dec 13

Why Your App Optimization Is Lacking and You Don't Even Know It

This post originally appeared on Appsee. Hannah Levenson discusses the importance of app optimization and how to maximize optimization for your own app.
3 COMMENTs
Entrepreneur
Aleczander Gamboa, Dec 12

"Learn by Doing" - How Foxley Disrupted the Web Design Industry

We chat to Foxley founder Bianca Board about her new business that's disrupting the web design industry, plus her best advice for emerging entrepreneurs.
Java
Indrek Ots, Dec 12

Getting Started with Dropwizard - CRUD Operations

Dropwizard is a framework for building RESTful web services in Java. This tutorial shows how to create, retrieve, update, and delete resources.
3 COMMENTs
JavaScript
Nilson Jacques, Dec 12

Editorial: 2016 - the Year in Re-Vue

Nilson Jacques explains why 2016 has been a good year for Vue.js and why you should check it out, in his end-of-year editorial.
4 COMMENTs
Ruby
Ilya Bodrov-Krukowski, Dec 12

Common Rails Security Pitfalls and Their Solutions

Ilya Bodrov-Krukowski walks through 10 common security issues when using Rails and how to avoid and manage each one.
4 COMMENTs
HTML & CSS
Adrian Sandu, Dec 09

Native JavaScript Development after Internet Explorer

Adrian Sandu completes his series on life after oldIE's retirement, looking at what is now possible with native JavaScript across the major browsers.
Web
Michael Grogan, Dec 09

How To Create a Twitter App and API Interface Via Python

Michael explains how to use a Python API to connect to Twitter, and download tweets, follower lists, multiple tweets at once, and customize searches.
6 COMMENTs
Entrepreneur
Bryan Krahn, Dec 09

Why Entrepreneurs Should Start Strength Training (and Where to Begin)

Personal trainer and entrepreneur Bryan Krahn explains why strength training is the best kind of exercise for entrepreneurs, and how to get started.
5 COMMENTs
Entrepreneur
Daniel Schwarz, Dec 08

How to Monetize Your Blog with Sponsored Content

Daniel Schwarz looks at native advertising, and sponsored content in particular, and looks at why it might be a fit for you and how to get started.
8 COMMENTs
PHP
Younes Rafie, Dec 08

What's New and Exciting in PHP 7.1?

Younes quickly goes through some of the most exciting PHP 7.1 updates - come see what's new in this not-major-not-minor new version!
1 COMMENT
JavaScript
Pavels Jelisejevs, Dec 08

Quick Tip: Kick-Start React Projects with Create-React-App

Pavels Jelisejevs shows how to start new React projects quickly, easily, and with zero configuration using Facebook's official create-react-app starter kit.
Design & UX
Alex Walker, Dec 07

UI Motion : Can You Tell a Story with Movement?

We all think carefully about choosing a color, but – as Heider and Simmel show – the way an object moves can have a profound impact on how we feel about it.
Web
Lucero del Alba, Dec 07

7 Atom Add-ons for Running Code and Previewing Changes

Lucero del Alba introduces 7 Atom add-ons for previewing changes in HTML, CSS, JS and Markdown, and for executing interpreted and compiled code.
4 COMMENTs
JavaScript
Keenan Payne, Dec 07

Displaying Dynamic Messages Using the Web Notification API

Show your users important updates with a browser notification. Keenan Payne looks at how to use the native Notification API to display messages and icons.
7 COMMENTs
WordPress
Chris Burgess, Dec 07

What’s New in WordPress 4.7

WordPress 4.7 "Vaughan” has just landed honouring the jazz vocalist Sarah Vaughan. Chris Burgess covers what's new in this latest release.
19 COMMENTs
Design & UX
Daniel Schwarz, Dec 07

What is Adaptive Design? (And is it Different from Responsive Design?)

We all have an understanding of responsive design, but how does it relate to 'Adaptive design'? Turns out the answer depends on who you ask.
1 COMMENT
Mobile
Theodhor Pandeli, Dec 07

What's New in Android Nougat

Android Nougat 7.0 is the latest official Android Operating System update and is currently available only on 0.3% of Android devices, including the Nexus 5X and 6P, and the Android One devices like General Mobile 4G. As with every update, Nougat brings many new features make users’ experience better, easier and more customizable. Let’s start with the new features of Android N: That square you see in the Navigation buttons now has a new use. If you double-tap it, you will switch between your two most used apps. It is the short form of tapping it once, then choosing the second app window. If you are using Google Docs but you need to check something on Chrome, just open Chrome, find that information and double-tap on the recent apps button that will take you automatically to Google Docs.
Web
Tim Evko, Dec 06

Versioning Show, Episode 19, with Glenn Goodrich

In this episode, Tim and David are joined by Glenn Goodrich, aka Ruprict, a developer by day and SitePoint's Ruby Channel editor by night.
3 COMMENTs
Web
Craig Buckler, Dec 06

Browser Trends December 2016: Mobile Overtakes Desktop

2016 has been remarkable for many reasons. A momentous browser event has occurred: mobile now exceeds desktop usage for the first time since the web began.
1 COMMENT
JavaScript
Kev Zettler, Dec 06

Create Serverless Microservices with Node.js and AWS Lambda

Create web apps and APIs while avoiding server admin or scaling issues. Kev Zettler's AWS Lambda tutorial will teach you how to create serverless solutions.
1 COMMENT
Mobile
Hunter Jensen, Dec 06

6 Medical Apps Revolutionizing Healthcare

Smartphone apps put a world of valuable information at our fingertips, including information about our health. We’re not talking about the ability to Google diagnoses on your phone — the healthcare apps of today are incredibly advanced and are revolutionizing the way we engage with the medical world. Whether you’re a doctor, patient, or researcher, smartphone apps can no doubt provide fast, efficient, and convenient solutions for your medical needs. Apple officially entered the healthcare market in 2015 with the introduction of ResearchKit and CareKit. Those two software frameworks allow doctors and other medical professionals to create iOS apps that can be used to collect medical research data and help people better understand their medical conditions. ResearchKit allows the 700 million iPhone users worldwide to participate in medical studies — and the information gleaned from those studies is used by medical professionals to identify patterns and better treat patients. As well as allowing medical institutions to create apps that work for their research needs, ResearchKit launched five apps of its own, including mPower, an app that’s been used to conduct a large scale (10,000+ participants) study of Parkinson’s disease. That study has already provided researchers with greater insight into the condition.
7 COMMENTs
Java
Nicolai Parlog, Dec 05

Reflection vs Encapsulation - Stand Off in the Java Module System

Reflection wants to break into all code; encapsulation wants to give modules a safe space. How can this stand off be resolved?
5 COMMENTs
JavaScript
Julian Motz, Dec 05

Building a Cross-platform Desktop App with NW.js

Julian Motz introduces NW.js, a framework for creating native applications using web technologies like HTML, JavaScript and CSS.
8 COMMENTs
PHP
Christopher Pitt, Dec 05

The Delicious Evils of PHP

Chris looks into two of the most feared and hated core functions of PHP: exec and eval. But are they really that evil?