20 COMMENTs
Web
Patrick Catanzariti, Jul 05

Setting up a Home VPN Server Using Your Raspberry Pi

Patrick Catanzariti covers how to set up a VPN for your network using a Raspberry Pi and an OpenVPN installer called PiVPN.
JavaScript
Kassandra Perch, Jul 05

Securing Your IoT Devices and Services with JSON Web Tokens

Kassandra Perch looks at JSON Web Tokens (JWTs) and how to use them effectively to secure your Internet of Things devices and services.
3 COMMENTs
Design & UX
Alex Walker, Jul 05

SitePoint/Flippa Hack Day: Hacking our First IoT Project

We'd all played with computers for years but SitePoint's Hack Day gave us a chance to make electronics with our first IoT project.
1 COMMENT
Ruby
Dhaivat Pandya, Jul 05

Control the Physical World with Ruby and Artoo

Dhaivat Pandya takes you on a tour of Artoo, a Ruby-based platform aimed at making working with embedded systems and Ruby a breeze. Boop Beep Boop!
1 COMMENT
Entrepreneur
Joshua Kraus, Jul 04

5 Success Stories from the Emerging Internet of Things Market

Joshua Kraus looks at five products from the exploding Internet of Things market that are experiencing success.
5 COMMENTs
JavaScript
Patrick Catanzariti, Jul 04

Tracking GPS data with the Tessel 2

Patrick Catanzariti looks at how to use the Tessel 2, paired with a GPS module and Google Maps, to display a heatmap of your Tessel 2's location.
7 COMMENTs
Mobile
Elio Qoshi, Jul 04

Why the Internet of Things Still Has a Long Way to Go

Elio Qoshi looks at why he is hesitant to adopt the IoT or recommend it to consumers — security, quality and transparency concerns.
Design & UX
Charles Costa, Jul 04

The 4 Unique Design Challenges of IoT

Designing for IoT – the Internet of Things – offers great opportunities, but also a new range of challenges. Charles Costa walks you though the big 4. 
4 COMMENTs
PHP
Bruno Skvorc, Jul 04

Do PHP and IoT Have a Future Together?

Our intro post to the world of IoT and PHP - a list of resources to get started with, and sites to buy electronic components from!
4 COMMENTs
Entrepreneur
Andrew McDermott, Jul 02

Why You Should Make the Worst Parts of Web Development Even Worse

When things are bad, working as a web developer can be hell. Andrew McDermott explains why sometimes the best thing you can do is to make things worse.
5 COMMENTs
Web
Craig Buckler, Jul 01

Browser Trends July 2016: Is a Chrome Monoculture Harmless?

The chasm between Chrome and the other browsers is widening. Craig discusses this new monoculture may be less dangerous than the IE6 days but remains cause for concern.
1 COMMENT
Mobile
Wern Ancheta, Jul 01

Horizon: A Scalable Backend Perfect for JavaScript Mobile Apps

Horizon is a scalable backend perfect for JavaScript and cross-platform mobile apps, in this tutorial Wern Ancheta creates a multiplayer game to show why.
7 COMMENTs
JavaScript
Samier Saeed, Jun 30

JavaScript Design Patterns: The Singleton

Samier Saeed walks you through the best way to implement a singleton in JavaScript and examines how that has evolved with the rise of ES6.
Entrepreneur
Daniel Schwarz, Jun 30

7 Workflows Entrepreneurs Should Automate with Zapier

Daniel Schwarz investigates some of the best Zapier integrations and automations for entrepreneurs who need to save more time.
2 COMMENTs
Design & UX
Simon Codrington, Jun 30

Review: Is the New and Improved Google Fonts Better?

Google fonts revolutionized web fonts by bringing them to the world. They've just released the services' biggest overhauls since 2010. But is it better?
7 COMMENTs
WordPress
Ahmad Ajmi, Jun 30

WordPress Theme Automation With Gulp

Ahmad Ajmi looks at automating your web development workflow using Gulp, in particular, how to do so when you're managing a WordPress theme.
1 COMMENT
Programming
Thomas Punt, Jun 29

Elixir's Ecto Querying DSL: Beyond the Basics

Thomas explores Ecto features, including query composition, joins and associations, SQL fragment injection, explicit casting, and dynamic field access.
6 COMMENTs
JavaScript
Simon Codrington, Jun 29

Introduction to Developing jQuery Plugins

Learn how to easily reuse your code by developing jQuery plugins. Simon Codrington's introduction will show you the techniques to create drop-in UI widgets.
1 COMMENT
HTML & CSS
Nitish Kumar, Jun 29

Introducing the CSS text-align-last Property

Nitish Kumar looks at the text-align-last property, how it can be used and its various cross-browser quirks to keep an eye out for.
4 COMMENTs
PHP
Reza Lavaryan, Jun 29

Disco with Design Patterns: A Fresh Look at Dependency Injection

We build a basic framework with a new dependency injection container called Disco, explaining all the confusing concepts along the way. Join us!
3 COMMENTs
Web
Adam Bard, Jun 28

Heroku Alternative: Deploy Apps with Dokku on DigitalOcean

Adam Bard shows how to get small, low-traffic projects up and running with Dokku on DigitalOcean, creating a Heroku-like experience without the cost.
11 COMMENTs
Entrepreneur
Rebeka Bergin, Jun 28

The Best Nootropic Smart Drug for Entrepreneurs is Nutrition

Nutritionist Rebeka Bergin looks at ways you can improve your cognitive performance with nutrition before you reach for nootropics and smart drugs.
6 COMMENTs
JavaScript
Ryan Chenkie, Jun 28

Redux Authentication: Secure Your Application with Auth0

Ryan Chenkie walks through creating a real-life React + Redux application that authenticates users and calls a remote API for data.
3 COMMENTs
WordPress
James George, Jun 28

Calypso: The Desktop App for WordPress

James George introduces WordPress’ desktop app called Calypso, which can be used for writing and editing blog posts and pages directly from your desktop.