Wern Ancheta, Oct 13

Picking the Brains of Your Customers with Microsoft's Text Analytics

Wern develops an app which uses Microsoft's Text Analytics API to recognize positive or negative sentiment in people's reviews of an Amazon product.
Yassir Sahnoun, Oct 13

6 Proven Strategies for Managing Large Teams of Freelancers

Managing a freelancer or two is easy, but managing large teams of freelancers requires unique strategies. Here are Yassir Sahnoun's tips from experience.
Ian Chandler, Oct 13

A Killer WordPress Membership Site in under 1 Hour

In this guide, Ian Chandler explores the different plugin options you have to create a WordPress membership site and how you can set it up in under 1 hour.
Kingsley Silas, Oct 13

DRY Off Your Rails Code with ActiveSupport::Concerns

One of Rails' best conventions for DRYing up your code is ActiveSupport::Concern. Kingsley Silas shows you how to use it.
Design & UX
Jeff Smith, Oct 12

Designing Custom Icons with Sketch 3

Sketch 3 has design templates included, and many of those have icons in them. This is an easy way to get started, both with icons and with your user interface design. In this video, we'll focus on building your own custom designs, including icons from other sources. We'll takes you through the process of locating good icons, and how to include them in your design projects. We'll also detail the process in finding exact brand colors, so that your icons can be on brand.
Lucero del Alba, Oct 12

Cloud Storage: Choosing Between Drobpox, Drive, S3 and Others

Lucero digs into cloud storage options, covering everything from small and very practical requirements for domestic users to the needs of businesses.
Design & UX
Alex Walker, Oct 12

Type Nugget: Good Typography is About Finding the Right Playground

While web designers have more typography choice than ever before, arguably our tools haven't caught up.Type Nugget hopes to fill the gap.
Digital Marketing by WooRank
Greg Snow-Wasserman, Oct 12

6 SEO Myths Debunked

What misconceptions and bad SEO habits do you need to break moving forward? Learn the 6 SEO myths that are holding back your digital marketing.
Simon Codrington, Oct 12

13 jQuery SelectBox/Drop-down Plugins

Web developers always need SelectBox and Drop-down menus, so we've compiled a list of 13 of the best jQuery Selectbox/Drop-down Plugins.
Guy Routledge, Oct 12

AtoZ CSS Quick Tip: Control Element Visibility with Opacity

This article is part of our AtoZ CSS Series where we explore CSS values (and properties) of each letter of the alphabet. Letter O is for Opacity.
Keith Shields, Oct 11

6 Things to Know Before Launching Mobile Apps on the App Store

Keith Shields shares six crucial things many developers miss when launching mobile apps on the app stores.
Matt Ruby, Oct 11

How to Manage Your JavaScript Application State with MobX

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.
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.
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

In this tutorial Dudley Storey introduces you to the Web Animations API, which lets you construct animations and control their playback with JavaScript. 
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.
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.