Younes Rafie, Mar 30
How Can I Use Laravel Envoyer or Deployer with SemaphoreCI?
Younes sets up a CI pipeline on SemaphoreCI and makes sure it invokes Deployer or Laravel Envoyer to deploy the app after a successful commit / test.
Daniel Schwarz, Mar 30
Active Collab: How Collaboration Should Have Been All Along
Daniel Schwarz takes a look at Active Collab, a powerful collaboration tool with time tracking, invoicing, task management and more.
Design & UX
Ada Ivanoff, Mar 30
6 Free Web-Based SVG Editors Compared
SVG is more important to web design than ever before. Today we no longer need to leave our web browsers to create it. Ada looks at the options.
HTML & CSS
Tiffany Brown, Mar 29
Debugging CSS for UI Responsiveness
In this exclusive book excerpt, we examine CSS properties and values that trigger reflows.
Craig Buckler, Mar 29
7 Ways to Make WordPress Simpler for Users
Despite being one of the easier Content Management Systems, WordPress can be bewildering for some users. Fortunately, the experience can be simplified.
Ariel Elkin, Mar 29
Editorial: Mobile and the 2017 Developer Survey Results
Stack Overflow has recently published the results of its 2017 Developer Survey. It consisted of about 100 questions covering all important aspects of a developer’s professional life: from attitudes towards programming language to salaries, including important yet overlooked topics such as what would developers choose for performance metrics. Now in its seventh year, the Developer Survey is gathering and quantifying important information about us and our industry. Let’s take a closer look at what it says about mobile. Of the 51,392 respondents who provided usable responses, 23% considered themselves mobile developers. Note that respondents could select more than one category, and the survey doesn’t clarify what percentage of developers consider themselves primarily mobile developers. What we can nonetheless infer is that 77% of developers do not consider themselves mobile developers. In other words, we are a minority.
Maria Antonietta Perna, Mar 29
Tame Unruly Style Sheets With These Three CSS Methodologies
Maria Antonietta Perna introduces BEM, SMACSS and eCSS, three CSS architecture methodologies to help you write clean and maintainable CSS code.
Jackie Ng, Mar 29
Java's Binary Search API in Five Minutes
Java offers Arrays.binarySearch and Collections.binarySearch, which perform a binary search on an array or list. Learn how to search and insert.
Pavels Jelisejevs, Mar 29
Automated Accessibility Checking with aXe
Pavels Jelisjevs looks at aXe, a JS library that scans your website for a11y issues. Learn how to do automated accessibility checking via your test runner.
Jeff Smith, Mar 29
5 WordPress Plugins for Backups and Migrations
It's not hard to backup or migrate your WordPress sites - there are so many amazing choices, there's no reason you can't get it done quickly and easily!
Craig Buckler, Mar 29
Develop WordPress Themes Faster with Gulp
WordPress theme developers need little more than a text editor and graphics package. But modern tools like Gulp can revolutionize your development workflow.
Thomas Punt, Mar 29
Upgrading from Pthreads v2 to v3: What to Look out For
Thomas shows us the difference between Pthreads 2 and 3 and explains the upgrade procedure - the changes are big and backwards-incompatible, but worth it.
Sebastian Seitz, Mar 28
Josh Marchello, Mar 28
Sourcehunt - Swift Edition - March 2017
Gabe Wyatt, Mar 28
Why Your Business Needs Error Monitoring Software
Gabe Wyatt explains why error monitoring software is important for your business, and how it makes tracking down bugs easier.
Robin Osborne, Mar 28
How to Select the Perfect Image Format to Optimize Your Website
Robin Osborne explains how you can ensure the most optimal image format is always served on your site, including future-proofing for new formats.
Design & UX
Andrew Tiburca, Mar 28
5 Tips for Improving Your Consumer UX
43% of consumers have very minimal computer skills, Andrew Tiburca shows you how to optimise your consumer UX so that your users aren't left in the dark.
Anja Skrba, Mar 27
How to Get Started with Marketing Automation for Free
Anja Skrba looks at seven marketing automation tools for entrepreneurs on a budget.
Valdio Veliu, Mar 27
Fundamentals of Java Enum Types
Java enum types make it easy to define a fixed number of constants. More than that, enums are full-blown classes and can have fields and methods.
Chris Lienert, Mar 27
How to Choose the Right Front-End Framework for Your Company
Chris Lienert talks about selecting the right front-end framework for his company and compares the pros and cons of Angular 2, Aurelia, Vue.js and React.
Maria Antonietta Perna, Mar 27
Is Using SVG Images Good for Your Website's Performance?
Maria Antonietta Perna shows why SVG images can be great for website performance, provided you follow a few simple steps when you design and export them
Christopher Pitt, Mar 27
Game Development with ReactJS and PHP: How Compatible Are They?
Chris bootstraps a basic Stardew-Valley-like game in this game development with PHP post, using an async server, preprocessors, and ReactJS!
Daniel Schwarz, Mar 26
How to Leave Your Terrible Job or Project This Year
You've decided it's time to leave a job that isn't paying enough, or is making you miserable. Daniel Schwarz shows you how to leave without burning bridges.
Adrian Try, Mar 24
What Sort of Hosting Should I Choose for My Website?
There are many factors to consider when choosing a web hosting plan. In this article, Adrian Try explains them and helps you make a decision.