6 COMMENTs
Web
Craig Buckler, Jun 26

What's New in Firefox 22

Firefox 22 has been released with a slew of new tools and features. Craig looks at the stuff which will excite web developers everywhere...
2 COMMENTs
Web
Scott Smith, Jun 17

Where Did Coderbits Come From?

Scott Smith founded Coderbits as a way to both simplify and hone the way developers can present themselves, drawing on publicly available information to build an aggregated professional profile.
Ruby
Sarah Hawk, May 29

What Happened When We Talked Rails with the Experts - with transcript

Talk with the Experts today saw us talking Rails with SitePoint Group developer Mal Curtis. A tonne of resources came out of the session.
4 COMMENTs
HTML & CSS
Bruno Skvorc, May 22

What Happened During Live CSS Help with the Experts

This morning veteran CSS designer and developer Alex Walker was on hand to answer sticky questions and deal with messy code.
18 COMMENTs
HTML & CSS
Craig Buckler, May 17

Introducing the new HTML5 template Tag

Have you ever needed to reuse or repeat document fragments in your page? The W3C has finally agreed a standard way to define DOM templates -- Craig looks at the new HTML5 template tag.
3 COMMENTs
JavaScript
Bruno Skvorc, May 15

We Talked JavaScript with the Experts - The Transcript

The subject of this morning's Talk with the Experts session was JavaScript and our expert was Ara Pehlivanian – co-author of our latest book, Jump Start JavaScript. Here is how it went down...
Web
Sarah Hawk, May 08

Backbone.js - From the Mouths of Experts

This morning Community Manager HAWK hosted another in our series of Talk with the Experts sessions. Today the subject was Backbone.js and the expert was Andy Appleton. Here is how it went down.
17 COMMENTs
Web
Bruno Skvorc, May 07

Vote for Craig!

Vote for Craig
Web
Bruno Skvorc, May 01

Getting Started in the Industry - From the Mouths of Experts

This morning we took our brand new chat interface for a test run when we hosted the latest in our series of free Talk with the Experts sessions - today the subject was getting started in the industry.
Web
Ricky Onsman, Apr 18

Win Free Tickets to Web Directions Code

Win free tickets to Web Directions Code
10 COMMENTs
HTML & CSS
Bruno Skvorc, Apr 18

Responsive Web Design and Scrollbars: Is Chrome's Implementation Better?

Responsive Web Design and Scrollbars
18 COMMENTs
HTML & CSS
Bruno Skvorc, Apr 15

Is the PC Doomed?

PC sales dropped 14% in the first three months of 2013. Is it time to consider an alternative career in sheep farming? Craig discusses the reports and the reality.
Programming
Bruno Skvorc, Apr 12

What Happened when we Talked PHP with the Experts

Last Thursday I swapped my coffee for a wine and ran a Talk with the Experts session in the evening (down under), making it a bit more time-zone friendly for our UK audience. The subject was PHP and our expert was Lorna Mitchell. Here is what went down.
21 COMMENTs
HTML & CSS
Bruno Skvorc, Apr 11

Is Your Responsive Web Design too Fragile?

Is your responsive layout not working as you expect? Craig discusses a little-known media query issue and recommends a solution...
6 COMMENTs
Programming
Bruno Skvorc, Apr 08

How Much Do You Really Know About PHP?

No matter how much you do or don't know about PHP, we're confident that our experts can shed some light on your burning questions. Make sure you join our free 'Talk Object-Oriented PHP with the Experts' session at 7am BST this Thursday April 11th.
19 COMMENTs
HTML & CSS
Bruno Skvorc, Apr 08

Blink: Chrome's New Rendering Engine

Google is forking Webkit to create their own independent rendering engine named Blink. Is this a good thing or a disaster of biblical proportions for the web? Craig discusses Blink further.
6 COMMENTs
HTML & CSS
Bruno Skvorc, Apr 02

Microsoft Gives Parallels, Windows 8 and IE10 to Mac Developers

Developing web sites and applications on a Mac? Finding it difficult to test Internet Explorer? Microsoft is providing free USB sticks with full copies of Parallels 8, Windows 8 and IE10. Craig looks at what's new in modern.IE...
32 COMMENTs
Web
Bruno Skvorc, Mar 27

What Looks Like IE11 but Smells Like Firefox?

"IE11 will impersonate Firefox!" claim the headlines. Craig reports the latest user agent controversy and why it never has and never will affect your well-coded web sites and applications...
Web
Sarah Hawk, Mar 20

We Talked Responsive Web Design with the Experts

The latest in our series of Talk with the Experts sessions saw us talking Responsive Web Design with Craig Sharkie and Andrew Fisher. If you missed out, here is what went down.
22 COMMENTs
Web
Bruno Skvorc, Mar 14

Goodbye Google Reader

Google Reader will disappear from the web on July 1, 2013. Craig climbs on his soapbox and asks Google to listen to his plea!
JavaScript
Bruno Skvorc, Mar 07

SitePoint Code Challenge: Javascript – A Game of Memory

Yesterday we provided you with the CSS aspect of a two part challenge - to code the card game Memory. Today the challenge is to write the Javascript side of things.
HTML & CSS
Bruno Skvorc, Mar 06

SitePoint Code Challenge: CSS - Flip A Card

Next up in our series of quick code challenges over at the SitePoint forums is a CSS challenge based on one of my favorite kids' card games - Memory.
8 COMMENTs
Web
Mark Harbottle, Mar 06

Podling - NEW Product From SitePoint…

Introducing Podling – “Social Glue For Teams”, a simple decentralized discussion platform we built for ourselves at SitePoint, Flippa and 99designs that we're opening up to you …
3 COMMENTs
HTML & CSS
Bruno Skvorc, Mar 06

Oh Look - a Dead WaSP

The Web Standards Project is no more. It has ceased to be. It has expired and gone to meet its maker. But the vision lives on.