Web
Craig Buckler, Jan 21

What's New in Firefox 35

Moziila released Firefox 35 on January 13, 2015. Few users will notice many changes but that's because all the new features are for web developers. Craig takes a look.
Web
Craig Buckler, Jan 07

Browser Trends January 2015: IE8 Usage ... Triples?!

Welcome to 2015. Bizarrely, IE8 usage in the USA trebled during December. A statistical setback or something more sinister?
Web
Craig Buckler, Dec 09

Browser Trends December 2014: Safari Survival?

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.
Web
David Turnbull, Dec 08

6 Static Blog Generators That Aren't Jekyll

Static blog generators are attractive to bloggers looking for low-cost, simple way to publish. David Turnbull outlines some you may not have heard of.
Web
Craig Buckler, Dec 04

What's New in Firefox 34

Craig looks at the many new and improved features in Firefox 34 and discusses the controversial switch from Google to Yahoo as the default search provider.
Web
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
5 COMMENTs
Web
Elio Qoshi, Nov 10

Firefox: 10 Reasons to Celebrate 10 Years

Firefox is celebrating its 10th year in existence. Elio Qoshi looks back at some of the biggest milestones in the popular web browser's history.
13 COMMENTs
Web
Craig Buckler, Nov 06

Browser Trends November 2014: IE Drops Below 20%

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.
2 COMMENTs
Programming
Alex Walker, Oct 29

The 100 Year Old Trick to Writing at 240 Words Per Minute

Stenography is 'old tech' that still makes sense today. Plover is an open source project designed to deliver 240 wpm typing to authors, bloggers and coders.
8 COMMENTs
Web
Elio Qoshi, Oct 14

What's New in Firefox 33

Elio looks at the major new features included in Firefox 33, with particular attention given to the WebIDE, the @media sidebar, and the event listener popup
11 COMMENTs
Ruby
Taylor Jones, Oct 08

Getting Started with Jekyll Collections

Jekyll is a great blogging engine that does not require a backend. Jekyll 2.0 brings many new features, one of which is Collections, the focus of this post.
1 COMMENT
Web
Simon Mackie, Oct 07

Making the Most of Collaborative Editing with “Live Update”

SitePoint and Learnable are writing a new edition of the bestselling book, "HTML5 and CSS3 for the Real World", and we're asking for your help, via GitHub.
Web
Craig Buckler, Oct 01

Browser Trends October 2014: Back to Work

Craig takes a look at the monthly web browser usage charts provided by StatCounter. Does IE's resurgence show summer is over in the northern hemisphere?
14 COMMENTs
Web
Craig Buckler, Sep 09

What the Death of YUI Can Teach Developers

Development of the YUI library has been ceased with immediate effect. Craig discusses the implications for anyone depending on YUI or another library.
3 COMMENTs
Web
Bruno Skvorc, Sep 04

StackEdit 4.0: Multiple Instances and Local Hosting

StackEdit has reached a new milestone version - 4.0. See what's new, how to run it locally, and how to enable multiple instances!
172 COMMENTs
Web
Craig Buckler, Sep 03

SitePoint Smackdown: Atom vs Brackets vs Light Table vs Sublime Text

Craig reviews and compares four sophisticated text editors which have become web developer favorites. Will you be tempted to try another application?
9 COMMENTs
Web
Craig Buckler, Sep 02

Browser Trends September 2014: Chrome Is the Top Mobile Browser

Craig takes another glance at the StatCounter web browser usage charts. The big news: Chrome is now the top browser on both desktop and mobile devices.
2 COMMENTs
Web
Aurelio De Rosa, Aug 19

How to Test Your Site Locally with Modern.IE

Modern.ie is a great way to test your existing websites. But did you know you can also use it to test local, in-development sites? Aurelio De Rosa explains.
9 COMMENTs
PHP
Shaumik Daityari, Aug 16

APIfy Your Legacy App with Toro

Shaumik Daityari explains how you can build a simple API interface for your legacy application with the Toro router class
3 COMMENTs
Web
Andrew Udvare, Aug 15

An Introduction to Git Hooks

Andrew Udvare introduces the concept of Git Hooks, useful scripts that run before or after actions in Git, helping with a number of repetitive tasks.
12 COMMENTs
PHP
Ivo Lukac, Aug 15

9 reasons to consider eZ Publish CMS for your next web project

Ivo Lukac explains why he feels eZ Publish is the right choice for your next CMS, especially if your project is a large one
PHP
Rajiv Seelam, Aug 14

IronMQ and Laravel: Delays and Retries

Rajiv Seelam addresses long running tasks, retries, delays and timeouts in this third installment on IronMQ push queues and Laravel
3 COMMENTs
Web
Thom Parkin, Aug 12

The Difference Between Git and GitHub

Git and GitHub, what's the difference? Thom Parkin at Learnable has an explanation, along with ideas for getting the most out of GitHub.
8 COMMENTs
Web
Craig Buckler, Aug 06

Browser Trends August 2014: Massive Mobile Migration

Craig takes his regular look at the web browser usage charts provided by StatCounter. The desktop market may be in a summer slump but mobile is moving fast.