Mark Wong, Apr 28
Building a Simple REST API for Mobile Applications
Mark Wong shows us how to create a simple REST API using Python to feed data to an iOS application.
Vildan Softic, Apr 17
Extending HTML the Aurelia.io Way
Expanding our Aurelia Reddit client, Aurelia core team member, Vildan Softic, demonstrates how to extend HTML by leveraging custom elements and attributes.
Oltjano Terpollari, Apr 17
Virtual Environments in Python Made Easy
Oltjano shows you some hacks to become more productive in Python, in particular with using virtual environments.
Bruno Skvorc, Apr 11
Introduction to R and RStudio
Bruno Skvorc introduces you to the wonderful world of R - a programming language designed specifically for data analysis and plotting. Let's mine some data!
Peter Nijssen, Apr 01
7 Ways to Optimize Jenkins
From avoiding bloat to using the right plugins, Peter Nijssen explains how to make sure continuous delivery/integration tool Jenkins is working hard.
Tanay Pant, Mar 30
Understanding Two-way Data Binding in AngularJS
Tanny Pant demonstrates how you can use the magic of two-way data binding in AngularJS to respond to a user's actions with immediate visual feedback.
Shivam Mamgain, Mar 23
Getting Started with SQLite3 - Basic Commands
Shivam Mamgain introduces the basic commands of SQLite3, explaining how to use it from the command line.
Louie Bacaj, Mar 20
Build a Real-time SignalR Dashboard with AngularJS
SignalR is a library for real time websocket communication. Louie Bacaj demonstrates how to leverage its power to build a service dashboard with AngularJS.
Tim Evko, Mar 19
From Alert to Post-mortem: How to Manage an Outage with VictorOps
Tim Evko explains how VictorOps' tools — like its Transmogrifier and timeline views — can help a devops team before, during and after any incident.
Jacco Blankenspoor, Mar 19
How to Integrate APM and Log Management: Loggly and New Relic
Jacco explains how to use New Relic and Loggly to transform your troubleshooting and problem-solving workflow.
Abder-Rahman Ali, Mar 04
Which Code Editors Do Pythonists Use?
Abder-Rahman takes a look at the most popular code editors used by Python experts, and explains how to set up the most popular: Sublime Text
Peter Nijssen, Feb 12
Supercharge Continuous Delivery in Jenkins with Workflow
Peter Nijssen takes a look at the new Workflow plugin for Jenkins, which makes continuous delivery much more streamlined.
Lukas Smith, Feb 04
CMS Content Organization Structures: Trees vs Facets vs Tags
Lukas Kahwe Smith discusses CMS Content Organization structures, comparing Trees to Facets to References to Tags. Running a CMS? You need to read this.
Adam Bolte, Feb 02
The Beginner’s Guide to Being On-call
From having the right tools to tailoring your environment to suit, SitePoint sysadmin Adam Bolte shares his tips for surviving a life of being on-call.
Lukas White, Jan 30
RAML, the RESTful API Modeling Language
Lukas White explains RAML, the RESTful API Modeling Language, which you can use to scaffold, test, mock and document your API endpoints.
Design & UX
Alex Walker, Jan 28
When Bad Software Kills
Writing software can seem cool and abstracted until you realise the impact your code can have. Therac-25 was a tragic example of how bad code hurts people.
Sandeep Panda, Jan 14
Using Redis with Node.js
This article explains how Node.js applications can integrate with Redis data stores.
Shaumik Daityari, Jan 12
Using Python to Parse Spreadsheet Data
Shaumik takes a quick look at two Python modules that you can use to parse and extract data from spreadsheets.
Taylor Ren, Jan 07
Developing PHP Extensions with C++ and PHP-CPP: Advanced
Taylor Ren demonstrates some advanced PHP extension development with the PHP-CPP library and C++
Craig Buckler, Dec 15
Would You Implement Passwordless Login?
It's possible to create a secure system which doesn't rely on passwords, biometrics or any complicated solutions. Craig looks at the pros and cons
Sandeep Panda, Dec 03
Integrated and Collaborative Code Reviewing with Beanstalk
Code review is an essential part of any development team's process. Sandeep Panda explains how to improve the process with Beanstalk's collaborative tools.
Camilo Reyes, Dec 01
Bundling in ASP.NET
Camilo Reyes takes a look at how ASP.NET's bundling features can improve host request load times.
Bruno Skvorc, Nov 25
Implementing TitleCapitalization in StackEdit
Bruno Škvorc goes through the step by step procedure of adding TitleCapitalization functionality to his favorite open source MD editor: StackEdit
Mladen Martincevic, Nov 19
Flask for the Masses
Flask is a microframework for Python, the opposite of the giant that is Django. It makes it super easy to get started with Python. See how in this tutorial!