35 COMMENTs
JavaScript
Camilo Reyes, Jun 08

A Guide to Proper Error Handling in JavaScript

Camilo Reyes explains the best practices for proper error handling in JavaScript, including how to deal with errors thrown by asynchronous code.
1 COMMENT
WordPress
Maedah Batool, Jun 08

How to Take Incremental Backups in WordPress

Are you still manually backing up your WordPress site? Take a look at these two plugins to begin taking incremental backups quickly and easily!
2 COMMENTs
Design & UX
Alex Walker, Jun 08

Podcast: Behind the Facebook Logo - A $100 Million Story

Getting paid for your design talents in equity is romantic – but rarely actually pays off. But what if you happened to design the Facebook logo?
49 COMMENTs
JavaScript
Michael Wanyoike, Jun 07

A Beginner’s Guide to npm — the Node Package Manager

npm is a command-line tool for interacting with a huge repository of Node.js projects. Peter Dierx shows how you can start using it in your projects today.
PHP
Marcello Duarte, Jun 07

Functional Programming with Phunkie: Building a PHP JSON Parser

Marcello Duarte explains how we can use functional programming to build a JSON parser from scratch in PHP! Join us in exploring advanced PHP!
3 COMMENTs
Design & UX
Gabrielle Gosha, Jun 07

8 Fresh Design Tools and Resources for Your 2017 Toolbox

Web design is a constantly shifting landscape. Gabrielle has assembled a list of 8 design tools and resources to spice up your repertoire.
15 COMMENTs
JavaScript
Graham Cox, Jun 06

JavaScript Decorators: What They Are and When to Use Them

What are decorators? How do they work, and what are they useful for? Graham Cox explains all in this helpful introduction to JavaScript decorators.
70 COMMENTs
HTML & CSS
Syed Fazle Rahman, Jun 06

Understanding Bootstrap Modals

In his dive into the popular CSS framework Bootstrap, Syed Fazle Rahman shows you how you can quickly make Bootstrap modals work in your project.
Java
Christian Schneider, Jun 05

Building a Lean Modular Monolith with OSGi

Most projects best start out as a modular monolith (not as costly microservices). OSGi is a good choice to ensure modularity and decoupled services.
13 COMMENTs
JavaScript
Jurgen Van de Moere, Jun 05

Angular and RxJS: Create an API Service to Talk to a REST Backend

Jurgen Van de Moere takes an existing Angular 2+ app and adds a REST API service. Learn about RxJS observables and how to mock HTTP services for testing.
Digital Marketing by WooRank
Stephen Tasker, Jun 05

Technical SEO vs Content Marketing: Which Matters More?

Stephen Tasker looks at the importance of technical SEO and content marketing, and how you should balance them when working on your venture
3 COMMENTs
PHP
Bruno Skvorc, Jun 05

Getting Started with Sulu CMS on Vagrant The Right Way™

Sulu CMS: a CMS for the next generation. Based on the newest Symfony with all the bells and whistles, it takes a bit of getting used to. Allow me to help!
Design & UX
Stephen Moyers, Jun 05

How to Boost Happiness and Engagement with Personalized UIs

Stephen explains how personalized UIs can deliver special, memorable user experiences and tailored content that results in higher conversion rates.
WordPress
Simon Codrington, Jun 02

Using Font Awesome with WordPress

Using Font Awesome with WordPress is exceptionally easy. They're an easy way to add fully responsive, customizable icons, without using images or sprites.
Java
Alejandro Gervasio, Jun 01

Using Java Bean Validation for Method Parameters and Return Values

Validate arguments and return values of methods and constructors with Bean Validation's ExecutableValidator and automate it with Java EE interceptors.
4 COMMENTs
PHP
Scott Arciszewski, Jun 01

How to Search on Securely Encrypted Database Fields

Scott explains how we can have a secure, encrypted, and hack-proof database, but still use normal SELECT and search queries on it. Interesting stuff!
WordPress
Maria Antonietta Perna, May 31

Are Your WordPress Themes Flexible or Fast?

Maria Antonietta Perna discusses why flexibility can clash with performance in public WordPress themes and what you can do to find a middle ground solution.
Web
Jeff Smith, May 31

How to Think about Website Security as an Admin

Are you a new website administrator (or do you know one) and just starting to think about website security? Take a look for a few starting tips!
JavaScript
Vildan Softic, May 31

Managing State in Aurelia with Higher Order Components

Vildan Softic demonstrates how to structure an Aurelia app to use a React/Redux architecture, without sacrificing the power of Aurelia's two-way binding.
1 COMMENT
Web
Jeff Smith, May 31

Version Control with Magento and Git

Are you planning to build an ecommerce site with Magento and Git together in order to implement version control? Here are a few tips before you get started!
4 COMMENTs
WordPress
Adrian Try, May 31

8 of the Best Plugins for Securing Your WordPress Site

Which WordPress plugins keep your site most secure? In this article, Adrian Try rounds up eight of the best all-in-one security plugins.
2 COMMENTs
Web
Jeff Smith, May 31

6 Tips for Managing Your Site with cPanel

Do you use cPanel for your hosting management? Take a look at these quick tips for getting the maximum usefulness out of your cPanel experience!
WordPress
Adrian Try, May 31

How Can I Use WordPress for eCommerce?

You can do almost anything with WordPress. How can you use it for eCommerce? In this article, Adrian Try shows you two approaches you can take.
3 COMMENTs
Design & UX
Daniel Schwarz, May 31

Why Prototyping with Adobe XD is the Most-Complete Design Solution

In this tutorial, Daniel teaches us about designing and prototyping with Adobe XD, and explains why it might be the most complete design tool yet.