4 COMMENTs
JavaScript
Mark Brown, Aug 03

Quick Tip: How to Make a Game Loop in JavaScript

Mark Brown demonstrates how to make a simple game loop in JavaScript, paving the way for you to start making your own browser based games and animations.
1 COMMENT
HTML & CSS
Maria Antonietta Perna, Aug 03

Getting to Know Cutestrap, a Lightweight CSS Framework

Maria Antonietta Perna introduces Cutestrap, a brand new Sass-based CSS framework to fast-track your front-end development projects. 
Web
M. David Green, Aug 03

Versioning Show, Episode 2, with Mat Marquis

Tim and David talk with Mat Marquis, a web designer well known for his work on responsive images, the Boston Globe redesign, and CSS container queries.
2 COMMENTs
Web
Craig Buckler, Aug 02

Browser Trends August 2016: How Do Chrome's Rivals Stack Up?

Chrome continues its journey to world domination. What browser should you consider if you like Chrome but don't want to join Google's empire?
2 COMMENTs
JavaScript
Baljeet Rathi, Aug 02

A Comprehensive Look at jQuery Selectors

Baljeet Rathi takes an in-depth look at the many jQuery Selectors available. Learn how to select DOM elements by id, class name, attributes and much more!
WordPress
Firdaus Zahari, Aug 02

Enabling AJAX File Uploads in Your WordPress Plugin

In this tutorial, Firdaus Zahari shows you how to implement AJAX file uploads in your WordPress plugins.
Mobile
Theodhor Pandeli, Aug 02

Hassle-Free Image Loading in Android with Picasso from Square

Theodhor Pandeli looks at simplifying image loading in Android with the Picasso library from Square.
Design & UX
Daniel Schwarz, Aug 02

Is Sympli the Design Collaboration Tool That Developers Won't Hate?

Designers and developers need to work closely to get the best out of each other. Sympli, the latest attempt to make a seamless collaboration tool .  
2 COMMENTs
Web
M. David Green, Aug 01

Versioning Show, Episode 1, with Craig Buckler

Tim and David speak with Craig Buckler about writing for the web, how the web has changed over time, and the best technologies to focus on in 2016.
Entrepreneur
Daniel Schwarz, Aug 01

How to Hire Your First Remote Team

Remote teams are happier and more productive, but there are a few things you should know before you start hiring remote employees. Daniel Schwarz explains.
2 COMMENTs
JavaScript
Aurelio De Rosa, Aug 01

How to Implement Internationalization (i18n) in JavaScript

Aurelio De Rosa demonstrates the internationalization (i18n) & localization (l10n) of calendars, dates & currencies in JavaScript, using jQuery Globalize.
2 COMMENTs
Ruby
David Bush, Aug 01

The Ins and Outs of Debugging Ruby with Byebug

David Bush shows you some basic and advanced techniques with Byebug, the definitive debugger for Ruby 2.0. 
1 COMMENT
Entrepreneur
Joshua Kraus, Jul 30

Oh, the Lengths We'll Go: Extreme Stories on Getting the Job Done

Deprivation, root canals and office bondage... some freelancers and entrepreneurs will do anything to get the job done. Joshua Kraus talks to six of them.
10 COMMENTs
Entrepreneur
Andrew McDermott, Jul 30

8 Common Mistakes That Get Developers Fired

Think you'll avoid those silly mistakes that get others fired? Think again. Andrew McDermott explains the 8 mistakes that really get developers fired.
3 COMMENTs
Web
Lucero del Alba, Jul 29

Understanding Docker, Containers and Safer Software Delivery

Lucero explains the concept of software containers and how Docker helps solve many of the issues relating to software delivery and app deployment.
Mobile
Valdio Veliu, Jul 29

Tidy and Optimize Your Java Code with Android Butter Knife

Valdio Veliu looks at Android Butter knife, a great tool for optimizing and tidying your Android codeso you can focus on important logic.
5 COMMENTs
Web
M. David Green, Jul 28

Announcing The Versioning Podcast

We're excited to launch our new podcast: The Versioning Show, featuring the most interesting people who create the web. 
6 COMMENTs
JavaScript
Camilo Reyes, Jul 28

Quick Tip: How to Throttle Scroll Events

Camilo Reyes shows how to use a throttle function to manage rapidly fired events, like window scrolling events, and compares this to the debounce function.
2 COMMENTs
Entrepreneur
Daniel Schwarz, Jul 28

How to Deal with Distracting Housemates When Working from Home

Working from home when living with those who don't understand working from home can be tough. Here's how to make it work.
Design & UX
Daniel Schwarz, Jul 28

Adobe XD Tutorial: A Pain-free Way to Import Assets

Adobe has waded back into the UI Design App with Adobe XD – ´Experience Design'. Dan has a handy tip for pain-free importing assets.  
Ruby
Glenn Goodrich, Jul 28

Unbundling Bundler: A Thorough Look at Bundler's Utilities

Glenn Goodrich takes another deep dive into the world of Bundler, this time focusing on the utilities that ship with Bundler. 
42 COMMENTs
Entrepreneur
Amber Leigh Turner, Jul 27

20 Social Networking Sites for Business Professionals

Many of us actively use sites like Twitter and Facebook to promote our businesses. Let's look at 20 social networking sites for business professionals.
11 COMMENTs
JavaScript
Jack Franklin, Jul 27

Higher Order Components: A React Application Design Pattern

Jack Franklin takes a look at Higher Order Components, a design pattern that helps keep your React applications tidy, well structured and easy to maintain.
WordPress
Simon Codrington, Jul 27

Digging Deeper into WordPress Hooks and Filters

Simon Codrington digs a little deeper into WordPress hooks and how you can handle them both in a traditional sense and when dealing with classes or objects.