Matt Ruby, Oct 11
Keeping your UI in sync can be tricky. Matt Ruby introduces MobX, a library for efficiently subscribing to changes in your application state
M. David Green, Oct 11
Versioning Show, Episode 12, with Rachel Andrew
In this episode, Tim and David are joined by Rachel Andrew, co-creator of Perch CMS and leading expert on CSS Grid Layouts.
HTML & CSS
Tim Severien, Oct 11
The State of HTML5 Input Elements
Tim Severien looks at HTML5 input elements, how each browser interprets them and what the best strategy is for using them in your web projects.
Bruno Skvorc, Oct 11
A Review of Bulgaria PHP - Game On!
On Oct 7-8, Bruno attended Bulgaria PHP. Here are his impressions, and why you shouldn't miss a conference like this one - it really is something else.
HTML & CSS
Guy Routledge, Oct 11
AtoZ CSS Screencast: The CSS Opacity Property
Guy Routledge explores CSS values and properties from each letter of the alphabet in our AtoZ CSS Screencast Series. Letter O is for Opacity.
Alejandro Gervasio, Oct 10
Building a Web App with Java Servlets
This tutorial builds a simple Java web application with Java's Servlet API. It shows how to set the project up, create views / controllers, and deploy.
Dudley Storey, Oct 10
Bringing Pages to Life with the Web Animations API
Design & UX
Massimo Cassandro, Oct 10
‘Reskinnable’ SVG Symbols: How to Make Them (..and Why)
How can you create a single SVG graphic – maybe a logo or icon – that can be easily restyled and recolored in any setting or device? Massimo has a solution.
David Bush, Oct 10
Diving into How Hashes Work in Ruby
David Bush dives into the internals of how hashes work in Ruby, including a neat experiment to drive home the point.
HTML & CSS
Guy Routledge, Oct 10
AtoZ CSS Quick Tip: How to Use the nth-Child CSS Selector
This article is part of our AtoZ CSS Series where we explore CSS values (and properties) of each letter of the alphabet. Letter N is for nth-child.
Jérémy Heleine, Oct 07
Quick Tip: How to Translate a WordPress Plugin Description
In this quick tip, Jérémy Heleine covers how you can translate a WordPress plugin description to make it more user friendly in any language.
Chris Ward, Oct 07
Developing Add-ons for Enterprise Apps like JIRA
Chris Ward looks beyond developing for Google Play and Apple's App Store to enterprise app stores, and their opportunities for better returns and support.
Abhishek Talreja, Oct 07
25 Tips for Building Your Brand on Instagram
Brands on Instagram have higher user engagement than on any other social network. Abhishek Talreja explains how to make the most of it.
HTML & CSS
Guy Routledge, Oct 07
AtoZ CSS Screencast: nth-child and nth-of-type
Guy Routledge explores CSS values and properties from each letter of the alphabet in our AtoZ CSS Screencast Series. Letter N is for nth-child.
Nicolai Parlog, Oct 06
JavaOne 2016 - Nucleus
A summary of the best JavaOne 2016 talks that discussed Java 8, Java 9 and Project Jigsaw, as well as Java EE 8.
Almir Bijedic, Oct 06
Quick Tip: How to Style Google Custom Search Manually
Rebeka Bergin, Oct 06
How You Can Maximize Your Productivity by Eating Like Your Ancestors
There are better ways for entrepreneurs to support their energy levels than riding the insulin rollercoaster. We look at primal, paleo and keto diets.
William Kennedy, Oct 06
Quick Tip: Use Enums in Rails for Mapped Values
William Kennedy shows you how to use Enums in Rails to map values on your model, keeping your code readable.
Jeff Smith, Oct 06
Talk With The Experts: Chris Coyier
Last week we held our highly anticipated live webinar with Chris Coyier. Let's recap the information we learnt about Making the Most of CodePen.
HTML & CSS
Guy Routledge, Oct 06
AtoZ CSS Quick Tip: Creating Responsive Design with Media Queries
This article is part of our AtoZ CSS Series where we explore CSS values (and properties) of each letter of the alphabet. Letter M is Media Queries.
Craig Buckler, Oct 05
Browser Trends October 2016: Microsoft Edges Downward
Edge adoption has grown sedately over the year and dropped in September. Craig discusses why few of us are prepared to give Microsoft's browser a chance.
Jack Franklin, Oct 05
How to Test React Components Using Jest
Jack Franklin introduces you to Jest, a testing framework written by Facebook, with some great features that make it a breeze to test your React components.
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Maria Lopez, Oct 05
How Can Your Site Get into Google Answer Boxes?
What are Google’s featured snippets, how to you appear in them and what do they mean for your SEO? Read this guide to Answer Boxes.
Adeleye Mahmud, Oct 05
4 Ways to Future Proof Your WordPress Site
Adeleye Mahmud covers some of the best known practices to help future proof your WordPress website