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.
3 COMMENTs
Design & UX
Jeff Smith, Oct 24

UI Designs with Sketch 40 - Live Lesson!

We're giving you a chance to speak directly with our course instructor and ask your questions directly! This week we focus on Sketch and build a UI design.
12 COMMENTs
JavaScript
Moritz Kröger, Oct 24

Redux without React — State Management in Vanilla JavaScript

Moritz Kröger discusses his experiences of using Redux without React — the problems  faced, the solutions attempted and the lessons learned along the way.
6 COMMENTs
PHP
Christopher Pitt, Oct 24

Is It Possible to Write and Run PHP Code on an iPad?

Christopher Pitt demonstrates a cool and somewhat practical travel lifehack on how to develop PHP apps on an iPad with some neat dedicated apps!
5 COMMENTs
Ruby
Sarmad Sabih, Oct 24

10 Ruby on Rails Best Practices

Sarmad Sabih runs through some of his favorite best practices for Rails applications.
1 COMMENT
HTML & CSS
Guy Routledge, Oct 24

AtoZ CSS Quick Tip: Achieving Cross Browser Support

This article is part of our AtoZ CSS Series where we explore CSS values (and properties) of each letter of the alphabet. Letter S is for Browser Support.
5 COMMENTs
Design & UX
Stephen Moyers, Oct 21

The Movement Towards Motion in Website Backgrounds

While the background video trend might not be an automatic usability fail, that doesn't mean you can't get it wrong. Stephen looks at the wins and pitfalls.
HTML & CSS
Guy Routledge, Oct 21

AtoZ CSS Screencasts: The CSS @supports Rule

Guy Routledge explores CSS values and properties from each letter of the alphabet in our AtoZ CSS Screencast Series. Letter S is for @supports.
2 COMMENTs
Java
Nicolai Parlog, Oct 20

JUnit 5 State Of The Union

Summarizing where JUnit 5 is currently standing, discussing everything from API, extension model, and architecture to history, tool support, and open issues
8 COMMENTs
Ruby
Vinoth, Oct 20

Password-Less Authentication in Rails

Password-less authentication is becoming more popular, and Vinoth shows you how to do it from scratch in Rails.
2 COMMENTs
PHP
Matthew Setter, Oct 20

Testing PHP Code with Atoum - an Alternative to PHPUnit

Matthew Setter takes an introductory look at atoum - an alternative to PHPUnit with an interesting twist
3 COMMENTs
Digital Marketing by WooRank
Greg Snow-Wasserman, Oct 20

7 Steps to Write Content that Converts

Content marketing is great for SEO, but it can also be a powerful sales tool. Follow our guide to boost your content marketing in 7 steps.
6 COMMENTs
Entrepreneur
Sergey Laptick, Oct 20

How & Why to Use the Kanban Methodology for Software Development

You've heard of the Kanban methodology, but why should you use it over more popular software development approaches like SCRUM? Sergey Laptick explains.
Design & UX
workerbee, Oct 20

How to Create More Fun, Playful Typography

While crafting type can sometimes feel stiff and overly mathematical, workerbee wants  to help you find the joy in creating more playful typography.
5 COMMENTs
HTML & CSS
Guy Routledge, Oct 20

AtoZ CSS Quick Tip: Benefits of rem and em Values

This article is part of our AtoZ CSS Series where we explore CSS values (and properties) of each letter of the alphabet. Letter R is for rem and em values.
11 COMMENTs
JavaScript
Julian Motz, Oct 20

Quick Tip: Replace jQuery's Ready() with Plain JavaScript

Julian Motz takes a look at jQuery's document.ready() method and shows how it can be replaced with vanilla JS, and is often not needed at all!
8 COMMENTs
Web
Mark Pedersen, Oct 19

Progressive Web Apps: Bridging the Gap Between Web and Mobile

Mark Pedersen takes a look at what progressive web apps are, their advantages and disadvantages, and reasons to consider building one for yourself.
1 COMMENT
Entrepreneur
Abhishek Talreja, Oct 19

Landing Page Design: 15 Tips for High Conversions

Abhishek Talreja shares 15 tips that will help you turn a landing page design with weak performance into a high converter.
14 COMMENTs
JavaScript
Tim Severien, Oct 19

Yarn vs npm: Everything You Need to Know

What is the difference between Yarn and npm? Is package manager fatigue now a thing? Tim Severien summarizes everything you need to know.
Digital Marketing by WooRank
Sam Gooch, Oct 19

Google Algorithms Explained, Pt. 2: Provide Better Answers

Google’s algorithms can be scary for SEO outsiders & newbies. Follow our guide to Google’s major updates to avoid content and link issues.
HTML & CSS
Guy Routledge, Oct 19

AtoZ CSS Screencast: The Required Pseudo Class

Guy Routledge explores CSS values and properties from each letter of the alphabet in our AtoZ CSS Screencast Series. Letter R is for Required.
6 COMMENTs
Web
Tim Evko, Oct 18

Versioning Show, Episode 13: Getting a Web Development Job

In this one-on-one episode, Tim and David discuss the ins and outs of job interviews in the web industry and getting a web development job.
9 COMMENTs
PHP
Christopher Pitt, Oct 18

Modding Minecraft with PHP - Buildings from Code!

Chris shows us how we can connect PHP to Minecraft in a way that lets us create terrains and buildings from PHP code!