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06:34 pm GMT - Fri, October 28, 2011
TutsPlus - Code How to Scrape Web Pages with Node.js and jQuery
Node.js is growing rapidly; one of the biggest reasons for this is thanks to the developers who create amazing tools that significantly improve productivity with Node. In this article, we will go thro...
06:04 pm GMT - Thu, October 27, 2011
TutsPlus - Code Fantastic Prizes Up for Grabs in the Tuts+ Survey!
We love the community of readers we have at Tuts+ and your opinion is incredibly valuable. This week, we’re giving you the chance to have your say about Tuts+, and win a few fantastic ...
06:00 pm GMT - Wed, October 26, 2011
TutsPlus - Code Are TextMate and Coda Yesterdays Editors?
Based on the title alone, many of you might cry, “blasphemy.” TextMate particularly has been a cornerstone for Mac-based web developers for years and years. However, things change, and, re...
10:20 pm GMT - Tue, October 25, 2011
TutsPlus - Code The Best Way to Learn ASP.NET
You’re looking to learn ASP.NET? I can’t blame you. Not only is it an extremely flexible platform, but .NET developers are in high demand and will continue to be. Unfortunately, it can be...
05:57 am GMT - Tue, October 25, 2011
TutsPlus - Code Enhancing Web Apps with AmplifyJS
There seems to be a new crop of special-purpose JavaScript libraries every week. Gone, it seems, are the days of using only one library per project. Today I’ll introduce you to a very cool compo...
10:34 pm GMT - Fri, October 21, 2011
TutsPlus - Code The Increasing Importance of APIs in Web Development
Web APIs have experienced an exponential increase in popularity and usage in the past few years. These days, they’re an important tool for web developers; however, they are also even becoming an...
07:00 pm GMT - Thu, October 20, 2011
TutsPlus - Code Nettuts+ Quiz #6: How Well do you Know HTML5?
HTML5 has been the buzzword with the web development community for a while now. In accordance with many a request from our readers, today I’m happy to present you with a quiz on HTML5. This begi...
02:13 pm GMT - Thu, October 20, 2011
TutsPlus - Code Marketplaces Exceed 1,000,000 Members: Infographic!
Hey folks! I’m Jordan McNamara, the Community Manager for Envato and I wanted to share some exciting news with you about the Envato Marketplaces.The 12th of September was an exciting day for me ...
11:14 pm GMT - Wed, October 19, 2011
TutsPlus - Code The Magic of WordPress Custom Post Types: New on Premium
In this in depth Premium video tutorial, I’ll teach you how to use custom post types, taxonomies, and meta boxes to extend your WordPress application into CMS-like territory. Become a Premium me...
08:11 am GMT - Wed, October 19, 2011
TutsPlus - Code Stop Nesting Functions! (But Not All of Them)
JavaScript is over fifteen years old; nevertheless, the language is still misunderstood by what is perhaps the majority of developers and designers using the language. One of the most powerful, yet mi...
10:00 pm GMT - Mon, October 17, 2011
TutsPlus - Code How to Build an RSS Reader with jQuery Mobile
Twice a month, we revisit some of our readers favorite posts from through out the history of Nettuts+. This tutorial was first published in October 2010.Today, we’ll dive into jQuery Mobile...
02:36 am GMT - Sat, October 15, 2011
TutsPlus - Code The Best Way to Learn PHP
Learning something from scratch is almost always an arduous affair — you simply have no idea as to where to start, or not to start, to kick things off. I loathed learning about the idiosyncrasie...
09:38 pm GMT - Thu, October 13, 2011
TutsPlus - Code The Ins and Outs of PHP Exceptions
Still returning false whenever a function in your program fails? In this article, we’ll learn about PHP exceptions, and how you can use them to soup up your application’s error handling.In...
12:13 am GMT - Thu, October 13, 2011
TutsPlus - Code How to Create a Web Service: Start to Finish " New on Premium
There’s no two ways about it; putting together a website is hard! You need to know a myriad of programming languages (HTML, PHP, CSS, AJAX, Javascript, MySQL, just to name a few). You also must ...
12:13 am GMT - Thu, October 13, 2011
TutsPlus - Code How to Create a Web Service: Start to Finish New on Premium
There’s no two ways about it; putting together a website is hard! You need to know a myriad of programming languages (HTML, PHP, CSS, AJAX, Javascript, MySQL, just to name a few). You also must ...
05:00 pm GMT - Wed, October 12, 2011
TutsPlus - Code Do You Suffer From the Dunning-Kruger Effect?
Charles Darwin once noted, “Ignorance more frequently begets confidence than does knowledge.” We all know the modern man to whom Darwin refers: the unemployed “musician” who mu...
11:33 pm GMT - Tue, October 11, 2011
TutsPlus - Code Building Static Sites with Jekyll
A full-blown CMS is rarely necessary. Sometimes, you only need to create a light, static website … but you have just enough pages to make the process of copying template files and making cross-s...
02:20 am GMT - Tue, October 11, 2011
TutsPlus - Code The Intro to Rails Screencast I Wish I Had
Isn’t it funny how most “introduction to Ruby on Rails” screencasts are overly simplistic, and rely on generators like scaffolding? The teacher typically follows up the tutorial by s...
08:13 pm GMT - Mon, October 10, 2011
TutsPlus - Code Announcing Windows AppStorm!
Were immensely pleased to announce that, after months of waiting, a new member of the AppStorm network has landed: Windows.AppStorm! Read on to find out more about what this fantastic new site has to ...
12:54 am GMT - Sat, October 8, 2011
TutsPlus - Code Design and Code an Integrated Facebook App
Welcome to part three of “Design and Code an Integrated Facebook App.” At this point, I’m assuming that you have created the HTML and CSS for your app. If not, then refer to the firs...
09:02 pm GMT - Fri, October 7, 2011
TutsPlus - Code Quick Tip " jQuery Newbs: Stop Jumping in the Pool
As editor of Nettuts+, I get to review a lot of code from tutorial submissions. Despite the fact that jQuery has been available for years now, there is still one frequent mistake that I see more ...
11:35 pm GMT - Wed, October 5, 2011
TutsPlus - Code What you Should be Excited About in jQuery UI 1.9
jQuery UI 1.8 has been around for a little while now. In fact, it’s currently on version 1.8.16. jQuery UI 1.9 is under active development and brings a number of new widgets to the table, along ...
07:26 pm GMT - Tue, October 4, 2011
TutsPlus - Code Getting Real-Time with Pusher
Do you want to spice up your web applications by making them real-time — but don’t want to create new infrastructures for the sole purpose of getting web sockets to work? In this article, ...
12:22 am GMT - Tue, October 4, 2011
TutsPlus - Code How to Use Omniauth to Authenticate your Users
I hate signing up for websites. I’ve already signed up for so many, using different usernames, that going back to one of them and trying to remember my credentials is sometimes impossible. These...
10:53 pm GMT - Fri, September 30, 2011
TutsPlus - Code Best of Tuts+ in September
Each month, we bring together a selection of the best tutorials and articles from across the whole Tuts+ network. Whether you’d like to read the top posts from your favourite site, or would...
10:41 pm GMT - Fri, September 30, 2011
TutsPlus - Code How to Deploy your First Rails App: New on Premium
In this Premium video tutorial, we’ll teach you how to deploy your first Rails web application with Heroku. Particularly if you’re somewhat new to Rails, you may find that you’re met...