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.
Craig Buckler, Feb 11
What's New in Firefox 27
A review of new features in Firefox 27, including developer tools improvements and CSS upgrades.
Bruno Skvorc, Jan 24
HHVM vs Zend Engine in PHP 6
What can we expect if HHVM replaces Zend Engine in PHP 6? What are the possible pros and cons?
Bruno Skvorc, Jan 21
A Look at DevDocs.io
DevDocs.io is a very slick and fast reference manual aggregator for popular front-end languages and libraries.
Craig Buckler, Jan 06
Browser Trends January 2014: a Yearly Review
Happy New Year! Craig looks at the latest browser chart to find the vendor winners and losers of 2013.
Bruno Skvorc, Dec 28
Best PHP Frameworks for 2014
Have a look at our 2013 survey to decide what the best frameworks for 2014 are!
Bruno Skvorc, Dec 27
Contributing to Open Source - Updating Phalconphp.com
Follow a step by step open source contribution and see how easy it is to be an active member of the community
Matthew Setter, Dec 25
Build Virtual Machines Easily with PuPHPet - Part 2
Learn more about PuPHPet, an online GUI to quickly build PHP enabled virtual machines
Bruno Skvorc, Dec 21
Learn about HHVM, the Hip Hop Virtual Machine that powers Facebook's PHP
Bruno Skvorc, Dec 20
Contributing to Open Source: Dillinger as a Case Study
Craig Buckler, Dec 16
What's New in WordPress 3.8
WordPress 3.8 has been released with a new responsive administration interface and theme. Craig discusses why you'll want to upgrade today.
Craig Buckler, Dec 11
What's New in Firefox 26
Firefox 26 may have fewer new features than previous releases but Craig has found a few interesting updates you may not be aware of.
Craig Buckler, Dec 09
How to Use Unique Indexes in MySQL and Other Databases
Craig describes what unique indexes are, when you should use them, and a little-known issue with a certain popular database system.
Craig Buckler, Dec 04
Browser Trends December 2013: Blink Browsers Bite Back
Craig takes a final look at the desktop and mobile browser usage charts in 2013. Following a few months of strong IE growth, Google's browsers are on the rise again.
Adrien Tchuya Payong, Nov 23
Find and Correct Misspelled Words with Pspell
Learn how to detect misspelled user input and suggest alternatives with the pspell PHP extension
Vito Tardia, Nov 20
Using PHP Streams Effectively
Develop a command line markdown parser with PHP streams. Utilize user made filters to process an MD file and convert it to HTML.
Craig Buckler, Nov 15
RegExper: Regular Expressions Explained
Craig illustrates how RegExper can help you decipher meaningless regular expression strings into something a little more readable.