19 COMMENTs
Ruby
Ilya Bodrov-Krukowski, Oct 31

Build a Messaging System with Rails and ActionCable

Ilya Bodrov-Krukowski pens the first of a two-part series building a complete messaging system with Rails and ActionCable.
3 COMMENTs
HTML & CSS
Guy Routledge, Oct 31

AtoZ CSS Screencast: Vertical-Alignment in CSS

Guy Routledge explores CSS values and properties from each letter of the alphabet in our AtoZ CSS Screencast Series. Letter V is Vertical-Alignment.
3 COMMENTs
PHP
Bruno Skvorc, Oct 28

How'd They Do It? PHPSnake: Detecting Keypresses

Let's build a PHPSnake game together! In this part, we make a game loop and check for key presses!
6 COMMENTs
Entrepreneur
John Wheeler, Oct 28

How I Made $2,000 in 1.5 Months Starting with a Google Form-Based MVP

John Wheeler explains how he created a bootstrapped minimum viable product and turned it into a moneymaker in less than two months.
2 COMMENTs
HTML & CSS
Guy Routledge, Oct 28

AtoZ CSS Quick Tip: How to Use Unicode Characters

This article is part of our AtoZ CSS Series where we explore CSS values (and properties) of each letter of the alphabet. Letter U is for Unicode.
8 COMMENTs
Java
Alejandro Gervasio, Oct 27

Effective Domain Model Validation with Hibernate Validator

A hands-on guide to domain model validation with the Java Beans Validation standard (JSR 303) and Hibernate Validator (Apache BVal is very similar.)
2 COMMENTs
WordPress
Jason Daszkewicz, Oct 27

Improving WordPress with These Newly Released Plugins

Jason Daszkewicz compiled a list of newly released WordPress plugins in 2016 that can really skyrocket your website traffic and sales.
Design & UX
Adam Hatch, Oct 27

I'm a Designer: How Do I Deal with a Cease and Desist Letter?

There are few things more disconcerting than getting legal notice from seemingly nowhere. But if you receive a cease and desist letter, Adam has your back.
HTML & CSS
Guy Routledge, Oct 27

AtoZ CSS Screencast: Unicode Range and @font-face

Guy Routledge explores CSS values and properties from each letter of the alphabet in our AtoZ CSS Screencast Series. Letter U is for Unicode Range.
9 COMMENTs
Ruby
Glenn Goodrich, Oct 27

Why Learning Rails Is Still a Great Choice in 2016

Given that software is changing at the speed of light, how can something like Rails an object-oriented language persevere? Is it worth learning? Yes!
12 COMMENTs
JavaScript
James Hibbard, Oct 27

Quick-Tip: Show Modal Popup after Time Delay

James Hibbard demonstrates how to open a modal window with a time delay — a potentially useful technique to highlight a call to action on your site.
1 COMMENT
Web
Michael Grogan, Oct 26

Shiny and R: How to Add Themes and Customize Error Messages

Michael Grogan explains how to link the UI and server side in a Shiny app, customize Shiny themes, and implement error messages to guide end users.
Entrepreneur
Amanda Wilks, Oct 26

4 Great Ways to Get Actionable Customer Feedback

Amanda Wilks looks at four ways companies have tweaked customer feedback mechanisms to get more detailed, actionable information.
5 COMMENTs
JavaScript
Mark Brown, Oct 26

Fun Functional Programming with the Choo Framework

With the aid of seven comprehensive demos, Mark Brown introduces you to Choo — a fun new framework for building single page apps in a functional manner.
1 COMMENT
PHP
Wern Ancheta, Oct 26

Shopify App Development Made Simple with HTTP APIs and Guzzle

Wern shows us how easy it is to get stared with developing Shopify powered PHP apps with Guzzle and Shopify's HTTP API.
Digital Marketing by WooRank
Sam Gooch, Oct 26

Dropped in the Rankings? Diagnose, Minimize & Reverse the Damage

Follow this guide to diagnosing a drop in your search rankings to minimize the damage and recover as quickly as you can.
HTML & CSS
Guy Routledge, Oct 26

AtoZ CSS Quick Tip: Using OpenType for Text

This article is part of our AtoZ CSS Series where we explore CSS values (and properties) of each letter of the alphabet. Letter T is for Text.
3 COMMENTs
Java
Damian Hagge, Oct 25

Combining Spring Boot and JDBI

Explains how to use Spring Boot with JDBI instead of Hibernate, resulting first-class dependency injection (by Spring Boot) and a light ORM (JDBI).
1 COMMENT
Entrepreneur
Rebeka Bergin, Oct 25

7 Morning Rituals to Kickstart Your Creative Productivity

How you start the day can determine whether it'll be productive or a wash. Here are seven morning rituals you can employ to make sure it goes the right way.
10 COMMENTs
JavaScript
Jeremy Wilken, Oct 25

A Guide to Building Quality Angular 1.5 Components

Jeremy Wilken takes a high-level look at Angular 1.5 components, from design principles, to application architecture with a lot more in between.
5 COMMENTs
WordPress
Sayed Rahman, Oct 25

How to Use Ajax in WordPress - a Real World Example

Most leading CMS platforms like WordPress use Ajax in their architecture. Sayed Rahman walks through how to use Ajax in WordPress with a real world example.
Digital Marketing by WooRank
Greg Snow-Wasserman, Oct 25

How to Run an SEO Test in 5 Steps

Follow our guide to run an SEO test to determine what works in SEO and what doesn’t to overcome one of the marketer’s greatest challenges.
28 COMMENTs
Design & UX
Daniel Schwarz, Oct 25

How to Lift Your UX Out of the Ordinary with Micro-Interactions

Micro-interactions are subtle “moments” centered around accomplishing a single task. Daniel shows how they count for UI designers.
HTML & CSS
Guy Routledge, Oct 25

AtoZ CSS Screencast: Text and Typography

Guy Routledge explores CSS values and properties from each letter of the alphabet in our AtoZ CSS Screencast Series. Letter T is for Text.