Design & UX
Angela Molina, Jan 18

Are You Improving Your UX with Analytics?

Learn to make informed UX decisions based on qualitative data through UX analytics.
Mobile
Theodhor Pandeli, Jan 18

Crash Reporting an Android App with Crashlytics and Fabric

Theodhor Pandeli looks at how the Crashlytics library, a part of Twitter's Fabric, can help identify common crashes in an Android app.
HTML & CSS
Louis Lazaris, Jan 18

Defining the Sample Site's Page Structure

We’ve covered the basics of page structure and the elements in HTML5 that will assist in this area, it’s time to start building the page
4 COMMENTs
Entrepreneur
Andrew McDermott, Jan 17

6 Red Flags That Signal the End of Your Career

Some career red flags are obvious, but the most common ones hide in our blind spots. Andrew McDermott shows you how to detect them.
38 COMMENTs
JavaScript
Azat Mardan, Jan 17

10 Node.js Best Practices: Enlightenment from the Node Gurus

Azat Mardan outlines 10 Node.js best practices you should be following in order to level up your Node skills today.
9 COMMENTs
Mobile
Chris Ward, Jan 17

Java-Free Android

Android finds itself in interesting times. Google has begun creating it’s own ‘premium’ versions of the operating system (OS), Cyanogen have ceased development, and many feel that Android will change name or shape in the near future. As the future of the OS remains uncertain, so does the language that developers use to develop for the platform. Traditionally developers have written apps for Android in Java, a language with a long established history and ecosystem, but that has always felt forced upon Android, lacking the most up to date features, and unwieldy for developers who come from different language backgrounds. In this article I will round up some of the likely contenders and see how easy, realistic and plausible it will be for them to replace the Java behemoth. The added bonus for some of these languages, is that you can often use to also target other mobile platforms. A long term solution for developers has been to use different techniques to turn JavaScript and HTML into pseudo applications. I wont include any of these hybrid options in this round up such as React Native, Cordova or NativeScript. I don’t want to begin flame wars on native vs hybrid app development, but in this article I am only interested in covering languages that could become ‘native’ code. Google took an interesting decision when deciding that Java would be the programming language to create apps for Android. Whilst it’s portable and popular, it also restricts developers as there is no official support for using ‘native’ and more efficient languages such as C or C++.
4 COMMENTs
PHP
Christopher Vundi, Jan 17

Laravel and Braintree, Sitting in a Tree...

Let's build a subscription based courses-site with Laravel and Braintree! Come and learn how to start selling subscriptions with ease! 
3 COMMENTs
Mobile
Chris Ward, Jan 17

Build Native Apps in the Browser with Configure.IT

Chris Ward looks at Configure.IT, a service that allows you to build native mobile applications in the browser.
Entrepreneur
M. David Green, Jan 17

Scrum Rituals: Daily Standup

Java
Gregor Trefs, Jan 16

Property Based Testing with Javaslang

Learning property based testing, or property checking, in Java using Javaslang and the FizzBuzz Kata.
2 COMMENTs
Entrepreneur
Aleczander Gamboa, Jan 16

Elastic and On Demand - Why Influx Is the Solution for Customer Support

We chat to Influx's CMO Alex Holmes about how Influx is the solution to the customer support industry, plus his best advice for emerging entrepreneurs.
1 COMMENT
Design & UX
Aja Frost, Jan 16

4 Ways to Turn Your Site Into Your Best Salesperson

Talented salespeople are a wonderful asset to business but they don't come cheap. Aja has 4 ways to permanently increase your website conversion rates.
HTML & CSS
Tiffany Brown, Jan 16

CSS Selectors: Attribute Selectors

Ruby
Vinoth, Jan 16

Handle Password and Email Changes in Your Rails API

Vinoth completes this two-part series on authenticating your Rails API using JWT by handling reset password and email endpoints.
PHP
Christopher Pitt, Jan 13

Home-Made Twitter and Gmail Notifications with PHP and Arduino

Chris hacks together a live-notification LED device with Arduino and PHP, notifying you of new Gmails or Tweets, and more!
4 COMMENTs
HTML & CSS
Louis Lazaris, Jan 13

HTML5 Page Structure Basics

44 COMMENTs
Web
Zack Wallace, Jan 12

Getting Started with Vagrant on Windows

Zack Wallace goes through how to set up Vagrant, the popular virtual machine software, on a Windows machine.
2 COMMENTs
HTML & CSS
Maria Antonietta Perna, Jan 12

Fun Web Animation Effects with KUTE.js

Maria Antonietta Perna introduces KUTE.js, a versatile library as her second installment in the Beyond CSS: Dynamic DOM Animation Libraries series.
Entrepreneur
M. David Green, Jan 12

Scrum Rituals: Sprint Planning

1 COMMENT
Design & UX
Luke Hay, Jan 12

How To Really Get To Know Your Users with Analytics

Designers can look at Analytics as tools for marketers and SEO people. Luke shows us how design is about understanding, and understanding is about data.
1 COMMENT
JavaScript
Sebastian Peyrott, Jan 11

WebAssembly Is Overdue: Thoughts on JavaScript for Large Projects

Sebastian Peyrott shares Auth0's experience of using JavaScript for large projects, taking a critical look at its features and the future of the ecosystem.
4 COMMENTs
Mobile
Theodhor Pandeli, Jan 11

Retrofit, a Simple HTTP Client for Android and Java

Theodhor Pandeli covers Retrofit, an HTTP client Library from Square that helps Android and Java developers make network calls easier and quicker
1 COMMENT
HTML & CSS
Tiffany Brown, Jan 11

CSS Selectors: Combinators

10 COMMENTs
Design & UX
Tim Brown, Jan 10

5 Ways to Delight with UX Details Combining GIFs and CSS

The GIF format has been around for so long that sometimes it's easy to overlook its usefulness. Tim wants you to reconsider the power of GIFs and CSS.