Bruno Skvorc, May 30
Google's BigQuery Provides Free Access to GDELT
Google BigQuery now hosts GDELT - the world's largest dataset on human history - and it's free to use.
HTML & CSS
Patrick Catanzariti, May 29
[Screencast] Testing CSS and More with Charles Proxy
A screencast demonstrating how to use a tool called Charles Proxy to test CSS in the browser.
Taylor Ren, May 29
Autogenerate CRUD Apps with Phreeze
Taylor Ren explains how you can use Phreeze to autogenerate CRUD applications for your already existing databases - often in already existing apps.
Bruno Skvorc, May 28
MySQL Management with Packaged Apps
Learn about ChromeMyAdmin - a packaged app that lets you manage your MySQL/MariaDB database directly from any instance of your Google Chrome browser
Shaumik Daityari, May 27
Getting Started with Git in a Team Environment
After learning simple git features, this tutorial will get you up to speed with the more advanced features, allowing you to work with Git on a team.
Daniel Sipos, May 26
Drupal: How to Create Your Own Drush Command
Danny Sipos explains how you can create your own Drush command for Drupal
Bruno Skvorc, May 25
PHP Fights HHVM and Zephir with PHPNG
What's PHPNG? Who's leading it and how does it stack up against HHVM and Zephir?
HTML & CSS
Russ Weakley, May 23
Inspect Element: Troubleshooting CSS in the Browser
Russ Weakly shows an easy way for beginners to debug their CSS in the browser.
Rajiv Seelam, May 23
IronMQ and Laravel: Implementation
Rajiv Seelam implements a background-job processing capability into our sample web app and makes uploaded images resize in the background with IronMQ
Tobias Günther, May 22
Understanding Version Control with Diffs
Tobias Günther explains the concept of "diffs" when using version control to track modifications to your code base.
Matthew Setter, May 22
Email Debugging with MailCatcher
Matthew Setter introduces MailCatcher, the simple SMTP server designed to catch all emails going out of your app
Rajiv Seelam, May 21
IronMQ and Laravel: Setup
Rajiv Seelam explains how we can use IronMQ with Laravel to perform background image resizing
Michael Sauter, May 21
A Closer Look at Go Interfaces
Michael Sauter takes a detailed look at Go Interfaces - a powerful concept in this brand new programming language by Google
Daniel Sipos, May 19
Lithium Framework: Getting Started
Danny Sipos introduces readers to the Lithium framework - a tiny framework built with simplicity in mind
Adrian Morutan, May 17
Magento Basics, Request Flow, Standards and Best Practices
Adrian Morutan explains how Magento works and what process it follows to get from request to fully rendered site.
Daniel Sipos, May 16
Build Your Own Custom Entities in Drupal – Implementation
Daniel Sipos wraps up his two-part series on building custom entities in Drupal by binding them to views, adding hooks, and more.
Matthew Setter, May 15
Unit Testing with GuzzlePHP
Matthew Setter talks Unit Testing with GuzzlePHP - mocking responses and enqueuing requests in a spawned NodeJS server
Shaumik Daityari, May 13
Git for Beginners
An introduction to version control with Git, for developers who work alone.
Andrew Krespanis, May 12
Using GNU Make as a Front-end Development Build Tool
As an alternative to the popular Grunt and Gulp, Andrew considers how you can use GNU Make as a front-end development build tool.
Michael Calkins, May 12
PHP and Continuous Integration with Travis CI
Michael Calkins introduces Travis CI, a service for Continuous Integration, and explains how one can get it up and running with a PHP project
Daniel Sipos, May 10
Introduction to Views 3 in Drupal 7
Danny Sipos explains Views 3 in Drupal 7, from how to get them installed, to how to develop custom views and pages with them.
Alexander Cogneau, May 09
Time Complexity of Algorithms
Alexander Cogneau explains time complexity of algorithms, the Big O notation, and demonstrates how an algorithm can be optimized
Lukas White, May 07
Using Solarium with SOLR for Search - Advanced
Lukas White wraps up the SOLR series, configuring SOLR and Solarium from scratch and explaining how they work in-depth
Shaumik Daityari, May 05
2 Cool Things You Can Do with the Facebook Graph API
We use Facebook's Graph API to help us with a Facebook contest and mass-responding to tons of birthday wishes made on your Facebook timeline.