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.
Matthew Setter considers the security implications of transferring files over FTP - a common practice among developers, and how the process can be improved.
Shaumik Daityari takes a look at the emerging trend of ChatOps, and looks at how VictorOps can take your chat app's development powers even further.
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Slack is an increasingly popular collaboration tool for startups and larger organizations. Shaumik Daityari explans how to make it even more useful.
Dhaivat Pandya explains how to use VictorOps' REST endpoint to integrate it with other services, in this case, SalesForce.
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.
Tim Evko shows 5 different ways people have harnessed web data, using the free tools from import.io.
With the right set of commands, the terminal can definitely get things done faster. Shaumik Daityari shares 10 of the most useful, time-saving terminal tips
Matthew Setter discusses the best approach to working with other people's code, an often fraught task for developers.
When Adobe stopped developing Fireworks a lot of designers lost one of their favorite prototyping tools. Does Illustrator shape as a likely replacement?
Development of the YUI library has been ceased with immediate effect. Craig discusses the implications for anyone depending on YUI or another library.
StackEdit has reached a new milestone version - 4.0. See what's new, how to run it locally, and how to enable multiple instances!
Craig reviews and compares four sophisticated text editors which have become web developer favorites. Will you be tempted to try another application?
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.
Learnable tutor Lisa Catalano offers an overview of Brackets, a code editor with some unique features that make it well suited to front-end development.
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.
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.
Sublime Text is more than just a great code editor - it's perfect for bloggers. David Turnbull has 6 ways to make your blogging process Sublime.
Web app Hemingway made a splash earlier this year with its unique take on improving your writing. Jacco Blankenspoor takes a look at the new desktop version
Sensiolabs, the company behind Silex and Symfony, offers Insight as a service to help you check your code's quality and security issues. Here's a quick demo
There's no shortage of new things to learn in the web development world. Shaumik Daityari presents some of the best skills you can learn in a weekend
Shaumik Daityari takes a look at Kimono, an app backed by Y Combinator which aims to help users create an API for any website they like.
Beegit is a new collaborative markdown editor for the browser. How does it stack up against champions like StackEdit? Read this post and find out!
Learn how to install a working instance of OroCRM on a Vagrant Homestead Improved box in this step by step guide by Bruno Skvorc
Hugo looks at a logical solution for version number: SemVer, a new way to bump up version numbers in software development projects.
What makes Sublime Text even better is its extensibility. So, here’s a look at the plugins that make an already wonderful editor truly Sublime.
Portrait photos are one of the most common types of images on the web. James shows you how to use Photoshop to make big improvements quickly.
Mozilla is placing a web editor directly inside the Firefox development tools. Craig discusses whether it's a great idea or a return to browser bloat?