HTML & CSS
Hugo Giraudel, Jul 02
SassDoc: A Documentation Tool for Sass
Hugo introduces his new tool SassDoc, a node package to help you automate documentation of your Sass functions and mixins.
Reza Lavarian, Jun 21
Dynamic Menu Builder for Bootstrap 3: Item and Link
Reza Lavaryan wraps up his fleximenu series by writing the last two classes for our menu builder - Item and Link.
Reza Lavarian, Jun 20
Dynamic Menu Builder for Bootstrap 3: Menu Manager
Reza Lavaryan introduces an implementation of a menu builder for Twitter Bootstrap 3 by building a Menu Manager class for part 1 of this series
Shaumik Daityari, Jun 17
10 Tips to Push Your Git Skills to the Next Level
Shaumik covers 10 Git techniques that will help you take your Git knowledge and skills to a more advanced level, improving your workflow.
Craig Buckler, Jun 17
What's New in Firebug 2.0
Following the Firefox 30 release, Firebug 2.0 was also launched. Craig looks at the new features in the original developer console and considers its future.
Adam Bard, Jun 13
Configuring Nginx to Speed Up Your Ghost.io Blog
Adam Bard looks at configuring a Nginx server with Ghost, to help with static assets and caching.
Shaumik Daityari, Jun 12
What's New in Git 2.0?
Shaumik provides an overview of the new features added in the much-anticipated Git 2.0, the latest major release of the popular source control software.
Bruno Skvorc, May 28
MySQL Management with Packaged Apps
Learn about ChromeMyAdmin - a packaged app that lets you manage your MySQL/MariaDB database directly from any instance of your Google Chrome browser
Shaumik Daityari, May 27
Getting Started with Git in a Team Environment
After learning simple git features, this tutorial will get you up to speed with the more advanced features, allowing you to work with Git on a team.
Rajiv Seelam, May 23
IronMQ and Laravel: Implementation
Rajiv Seelam implements a background-job processing capability into our sample web app and makes uploaded images resize in the background with IronMQ
Daniel Sipos, May 19
Lithium Framework: Getting Started
Danny Sipos introduces readers to the Lithium framework - a tiny framework built with simplicity in mind
Adrian Morutan, May 17
Magento Basics, Request Flow, Standards and Best Practices
Adrian Morutan explains how Magento works and what process it follows to get from request to fully rendered site.
Daniel Sipos, May 16
Build Your Own Custom Entities in Drupal – Implementation
Daniel Sipos wraps up his two-part series on building custom entities in Drupal by binding them to views, adding hooks, and more.
Shaumik Daityari, May 13
Git for Beginners
An introduction to version control with Git, for developers who work alone.
Craig Buckler, May 06
Firefox 29: Mozilla's Biggest Browser Upgrade Since 2011?
Firefox 29 has been released and it's the most significant upgrade to any browser in a long time. Craig looks at whether all the changes are for the best.
Craig Buckler, Apr 25
What's New in WordPress 3.9
Craig looks at the latest edition of WordPress to discover what's new for developers and content editors.
Shaumik Daityari, Apr 22
Version Control Software in 2014: What are Your Options?
An overview of the most popular options for version control software, along with some other options worth noting.
Lukas White, Apr 16
Getting Started with PHP Underscore
Craig Buckler, Mar 26
What's New in Firefox 28
Craig looks at the new features in the recently-released Firefox 28. End users may not get too excited, but Mozilla has shipped a few HTML5 goodies.
Denis Rendler, Mar 24
Self-hosted Free Invoicing App - FusionInvoice
Denis Rendler guides you through installing the FusionInvoice app on your server, allowing you to take your invoicing needs and data into your own hands
Bruno Skvorc, Mar 19
CMS Showdown: Nginx, Ghost, PHP and Phalcon
Part 1 in the CMS showdown series, this article sets up Nginx with HTTPS and Ghost on DigitalOcean, laying the foundation for future parts
Shaumik Daityari, Mar 17
Using Git in Open-Source Projects
An overview of how Git became so dominant in the version control industry along with some concepts showing how it can be used effectively in open-source.
Louis Lazaris, Mar 15
Drowning in Tools in the Web Development Industry
If you feel overwhelmed trying to keep up with the latest tools, apps, scripts, and frameworks, you're not alone. Here are some suggestions for handling it.
Victor Berchet, Feb 12
HHVM and Hack - Can We Expect Them to Replace PHP?
Introduction into Hack, an optionally statically typed upgrade to PHP from Facebook, straight out of the HHVM project.