Tag: Google Tutorials & Articles
Craig Buckler shows how, with a small amount of code, you can use Google Analytics to track online shop transactions and every product purchased.
Craig Buckler shows how to use Google Analytics to track not just page views but also events such as Ajax updates, file downloads and social interactions.
Valdio Veliu looks at the RecyclerView in Android, perfect for handling long lists of data efficiently.
Patrick Catanzariti explains how to use Google's new VR Views to embed VR content on your website.
SitePoint's CEO, Simon Julian, welcomes A Book Apart and talks about the partnership and our excitement at being able to offer the full ABA catalogue.
While you were freaking out about Mobilegeddon, webmasters were hit by the Google Phantom update. Read this to learn more about the algorithm tweak.
In Valdio's first article for SitePoint, he lists eight useful plugins for Android studio, the official IDE for Android development.
Robert will walk you through how to setup and configure your first Google map using the Google Maps API in this short screencast to get you started.
Community Manager Jasmine Elias covers the latest on SitePoint Forums in "On Our Radar". The week with highlight.js, linux, form functions and PHP7.
Shaumik takes a look at how to get ahead in Google's annual Summer of Code event.
Following bizarre US IE8 usage patterns in 2014, the browser market returned to normal. Chrome had a small increase but Opera is also attracting attention.
If a large portion of your users are Chinese then you must ensure that you understand the search engine they'll be using — Baidu. Shaumik Daityari explores.
IE8 usage in the USA trebled during December 2014. Craig has analyzed the latest StatCounter numbers to discover whether the hike continued into the new year.
Welcome to 2015. Bizarrely, IE8 usage in the USA trebled during December. A statistical setback or something more sinister?
We take a year-end look at the web browser market. With all vendors losing out to Chrome, Craig asks whether the desktop version of Safari has a viable future.
Chrome 39 introduces some great new features such as ES6 Generators, the Beacon API and Web Animation controls. But what's the point of Immersive Mode?!
Paul Wilkins takes a look at the best links of the week, sharing articles about styleguides, UI, and intuitive animations.
This tutorial is aimed at WordPress developers who want to add a Google+ login to their WordPress theme, streamlining the login process for users.
Younes Rafie upgrades his previous demo application by extending the Google Analytics implementation with filters and charts from Highcharts.js
Craig takes his regular look at the monthly web browser usage charts. Despite a small increase last month, IE usage has now dropped below one in five users.
Bruno Škvorc takes a look at Google Inbox - Google's UI replacement for Gmail. What's new, and what's worth trying? Tune in to find out!
This week Paul Wilkins shows off the best links of the week, from Google's product strategy to lobotomized owls.
Learn how to encourage Google to recrawl your site so you don't have to wait weeks for changes to show up in search results.
Craig looks at the latest release of Google Chrome and discovers several interesting new features for designers and developers.
The forthcoming iteration of Android has developers excited. Not just an update, L is a foundation on which Google plans to continue building in the future.
After logging in with social networks, all that's left is merging accounts - and that's what Peter does in this part: merge the Google+ account with another
Peter Nijssen continues his series on implementing social network logins with your app by demonstrating Google+ authentication
Peter Nijssen starts a series on building a social network authentication system, allowing your users to log in with social network accounts