Jehan introduces Please, a bash script for automating the installations of many CMSs and Frameworks by configuring them automatically into your Vagrant box.
Jonathan introduces Cocycles, a new code search engine that can read code and search open-source code snippets by functionality.
It's taken almost 14 years but Mozilla can finally claim to have more web users than Microsoft in the battle of the browsers.
April's Sourcehunt brings two Open Source goliaths. How would you like to add Fedora and/or Mozilla to your design portfolio?
Ivaylo Gerchev introduces Grav, an open-source, flat-file CMS powered by PHP, Twig, YAML and Markdown.
The browser market barely changed during February, so Craig discusses the most popular Operating Systems in relation to web development.
Jérémy Heleine introduces the Raspberry Pi, a tiny computer that can be used for all sorts of projects and for learning about computers and programming.
Sometimes the most wonderful creations die for want of a tiny bit of design love. Maybe you can make the difference?
Firefox remains the only mainstream open source browser but is losing ground to the all-dominant Google Chrome. Can Mozilla fight back?
Thomas Gorissen explains why the ASEAN community should adapt the Web's values of participation, collaboration and exchange.
It's all change in the desktop and mobile browser chart. One of the biggest casualties is Safari. Can Apple respond? Do they care?
Forgive the geeky title pun, but Craig looks at Edge's first full month in the browser chart. Can it supersede IE quickly and painlessly? Nah, probably not.
Craig takes his regular look at the browser chart. Chrome may have won the war but the battle for second place between Firefox and IE has just begun.