Christopher Vundi, Aug 02
What Are the New Features in Laravel 5.5?
Christopher goes through new features in Laravel 5.5, explaining and demonstrating each, and linking to further resources about them. Dive into 5.5 now!
Jenni McKinnon, Aug 02
Geo-Targeting WordPress Content to Personalize Your Site
Want to personalize your site for visitors from various countries or locales? Take a look at this guide on geo-targeting WordPress content!
Olayinka Omole, Aug 02
Nuxt.js: A Universal Vue.js Application Framework
Improve the loading performance and SEO of your Vue.js apps with Server-side rendering (SSR). Learn to build a universal Vue app with the Nuxt.js framework.
HTML & CSS
Adrian Sandu, Aug 02
Replaced Elements in HTML: Myths and Realities
Adrian Sandu shares some myths and facts about HTML replaced elements and how browsers treat them according to the specifications.
HTML & CSS
Darren Wood, Aug 01
Getting Started with Sass
Darren Wood offers an overview of Sass (Syntactically Awesome Style Sheets), where you'll learn why you need it and how to get started with it right now.
Design & UX
Marc Schenker, Aug 01
A Designer's Guide to Fast Websites and Perceived Performance
Perceived Performance is just as important as actual Page Speed. Marc Schenker explains why, and what this means for user interface designers.
Bruno Skvorc, Jul 31
Re-Introducing PHPUnit - Getting Started with TDD in PHP
Let's take a fresh look at PHPUnit - the de-facto TDD tool for PHP. We'll explain TDD on an example, implement code coverage, and more!
Almir Bijedic, Jul 31
Using Polymer in WordPress: Build a Custom Google Maps Component
Almir Bijedic demonstrates how to use the Polymer library to create a custom Google Maps component and embed it into a WordPress site as a handy widget.
Claudio Ribeiro, Jul 30
Twig - the Most Popular Stand-Alone PHP Template Engine
Claudio re-introduces you to Twig - the most popular stand-alone (not enslaved to a framework) template engine for PHP. Come see how easy to use it is!
Jacob McMillen, Jul 29
Grab Our Free Printable Mailchimp Cheat Sheet
Grab our free printable Mailchimp cheat sheet so that you can refer to common actions with ease.
Ben Schwarz, Jul 28
Building a Better Web with Automated Testing on Real Devices
Ben Schwarz argues the case for making the web fast for everyone with automated web app testing on real devices.
Zack Wallace, Jul 27
The Best Markdown Editor for Windows
Zack Wallace puts a collection of Windows Markdown editors through their paces, and comes away with a winner.
Jacco Blankenspoor, Jul 27
10 Things You May Not Know WooCommerce Can Do
I'll cover 10 different WooCommerce extensions to give you some ideas of what you can do with WooCommerce, with one recommended plugin for each purpose.
Kevin Wood, Jul 26
Grab Our Free Printable Productivity Cheat Sheet
Having trouble avoiding the allure of endless lifehacks? Check out our free cheat sheet of productivity reminders that'll keep you on track.
Lukas White, Jul 26
How to Build a Class Booking System with Acuity Scheduling
Lukas White shows you how to build a class booking system for a Thai cookery class using Acuity Scheduling's API and Lumen.
Yomi Eluwande, Jul 26
Creating Beautiful Charts Using Vue.js Wrappers for Chart.js
Learn to easily create different kinds of charts and visualizations for your Vue.js applications, using these three wrappers for the Chart.js library.
Design & UX
Daniel Schwarz, Jul 26
How to Pick Stock Photos that Captivate Users
Daniel Schwarz looks at the factors you need to consider when choosing stock photography that increases conversions.
Nathan Segal, Jul 26
How to Add a PayPal Button in WordPress
If you sell products or services on your WordPress site, you will need to accept payments. You can add a PayPal button in WordPress quickly and easily!
Yazid Hanifi, Jul 26
How to Add Real-Time Notifications to Laravel with Pusher
Yazid adds real-time notifications to a simple blog CMS built on Laravel using only Laravel Echo and Pusher. Follow users and get notified when they post!
Design & UX
James George, Jul 26
7 Super-Useful Chrome Extensions for Designers in 2017
James George lets us in on his 7 most-favorite Chrome extensions for designers, including a new design app called Gravit that works solely in the browser!
Chris Erwin, Jul 26
Off With Your Head! Build Better Web Apps with a Headless CMS
Chris Erwin shows how to build a simple web app using Elemeno, a headless CMS, and a typical Node.js development stack.
Oliver Williams, Jul 25
A Beginner's Guide to HTML5 Cross-Browser Polyfills
Nowadays, new features are added to browsers at a rate of knots. Oliver Williams shows how polyfills let you write modern code, which will work everywhere.
HTML & CSS
Craig Buckler, Jul 25
Bruno Skvorc, Jul 25
Why Is a String Called a String?
Did you know the history of the "string" in computation stretches back all the way to 1944? Come learn why strings are strings, and where they come from!