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.
David Turnbull, Aug 14
6 Ways to Turn Sublime Text Into the Perfect Blogging Tool
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.
Zack Wallace, Aug 11
How I Set Up My Development Machine on Windows
Jacco Blankenspoor, Aug 08
A Downloadable Feast? A Review of Hemingway's Desktop App
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
Peter Nijssen, Aug 06
Check Your Code's Quality with SensioLabs Insight
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
Shaumik Daityari, Aug 01
8 Essential Skills Developers Can Learn in a Weekend
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, Jul 21
A Web Scraper’s Guide to Kimono
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.
Bruno Skvorc, Jul 15
A First Look at Beegit: The Collaborative Online Markdown Editor
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!
Bruno Skvorc, Jul 13
Guide: How to Install OroCRM on a Vagrant Box
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 Giraudel, Jul 08
Semantic Versioning: Why You Should Be Using it
Hugo looks at a logical solution for version number: SemVer, a new way to bump up version numbers in software development projects.
Shaumik Daityari, Jul 08
10 Essential Sublime Text Plugins for Full-Stack Developers
Design & UX
James George, Jul 07
5 Quick Photoshop Fixes for Bad Portrait Photos
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.
Craig Buckler, Jul 04
Is Your Browser Your Next IDE?
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?
Shaumik Daityari, Jul 03
How I Set Up My Development Machine
From operating system to web browser to version control software, Shaumik Daityari explains how he sets up a new machine for development.
Craig Buckler, Jul 03
Browser Trends July 2014: Apple Pips the Competition
Craig takes another look at the browser usage charts from StatCounter. Chrome grabbed the headlines recently but iOS devices are enjoying a summer surge.
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.
Peter Nijssen, Jun 02
Codeivate - social coding RPG
Peter Nijssen introduces Codeivate - a social coding platforms with achievements to help you stay motivated and drive competition
Michael Calkins, May 12
PHP and Continuous Integration with Travis CI
Michael Calkins introduces Travis CI, a service for Continuous Integration, and explains how one can get it up and running with a PHP project
Daniel Sipos, May 10
Introduction to Views 3 in Drupal 7
Danny Sipos explains Views 3 in Drupal 7, from how to get them installed, to how to develop custom views and pages with them.
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.
Charles Costa, Apr 28
Crowdfunding a Software Project
Should you use crowdfunding to raise money for your software project? It can be done, but a few caveats apply.
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.