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01:26 am GMT - Sat, December 29, 2012
TutsPlus - Code Why Rails?
Your choice, when learning a new framework, is an incredibly important one. It takes countless hours and effort to become proficient and learn all the best practices – even for experienced devel...
02:42 am GMT - Fri, December 28, 2012
TutsPlus - Code Build a Twitter Clone From Scratch: The Design
This article represents the first in a new group effort by the Nettuts+ staff, which covers the process of designing and building a web app from scratch – in multiple languages! We’ll...
09:51 pm GMT - Wed, December 26, 2012
TutsPlus - Code 3 Reasons to Choose AngularJS for Your Next Project
AngularJS is a relatively new JavaScript framework by Google, designed to make your front-end development as easy as possible. There are plenty of frameworks and plugins available. As such, it can som...
08:43 pm GMT - Fri, December 21, 2012
TutsPlus - Code Apache: Aliasing and Redirection
It’s common for a client to send a request for a file that either does not exist on the server, or exists in a different location. This can occur for a variety of reasons. You might move your fi...
09:43 pm GMT - Thu, December 20, 2012
TutsPlus - Code How to Setup Laravel 4
As you may know, here at Nettuts+, we’ve covered the popular Laravel framework a great deal. With version 4 on the near horizon, I’ve received quite a few emails and comments, request...
08:00 pm GMT - Wed, December 19, 2012
TutsPlus - Code Essential Command-Line Tools for Web Developers
Tools can make our workflows feel seamless, allowing us to focus on what we are building, and not worry about the process. Most web developers, on all portions of the stack, work from the command-line...
12:12 am GMT - Wed, December 19, 2012
TutsPlus - Code All I Want For Christmas (A Developers Wishlist)
It’s that time of year again, and there’s a good chance you might be looking for gift ideas for your programmer friends. Or, maybe, you need a list to pass on to your friends and family, ...
06:48 pm GMT - Mon, December 17, 2012
TutsPlus - Code What to Expect From PHP 5.5
The first PHP 5.5 alpha has been publicly released. After having some time to test and experiment with it, we can now bring you our in-depth overview of what to look forward for!InstallationIf youR...
04:00 pm GMT - Fri, December 14, 2012
TutsPlus - Code Publishers: Dont Restrict Writers
Today, I'd like to take a few moments to focus on something that affects us all, but isn't specifically code related. What I'm referring to is the people who commission the traditional boo...
11:56 pm GMT - Thu, December 13, 2012
TutsPlus - Code Writing Hubot Plugins with CoffeeScript
In case you’ve been hiding under a rock, Campfire is a real-time chat application, written by our friends at 37 Signals. Campfire has a robust API, giving you the ability to bolt on tools to bet...
08:23 pm GMT - Wed, December 12, 2012
TutsPlus - Code PrestaShop Theming Explained
Prestashop is arguably the #1 open-source e-Commerce solution on the web. It offers countless features, add-ons, and themes, but its lack of good documentation has given newcomers the perception that ...
03:00 am GMT - Wed, December 12, 2012
TutsPlus - Code So You Want to Accept Credit Cards Online?
Until recently, accepting credit cards on a website was expensive and complicated. But that was before Stripe: a radically different and insanely awesome credit card processing company. Today, I’...
12:20 am GMT - Tue, December 11, 2012
TutsPlus - Code How to Make Nettuts+ Your Full-Time Job
Though it’s getting better, there’s no denying the fact that the global economy has been in a slump for some time now. As a result, many businesses have folded or drastically cut down on c...
09:07 pm GMT - Mon, December 10, 2012
TutsPlus - Code Best Practices When Working With JavaScript Templates
Maybe you don't need them for simple web apps, but it doesn't take too much complexity before embracing JavaScript templates becomes a good decision. Like any other tool or technique, there ar...
10:30 pm GMT - Fri, December 7, 2012
TutsPlus - Code A Peek At Brackets
Brackets is an interesting new editor on the scene that leverages HTML, CSS, and JavaScript to the max: it’s built with those very technologies! What this means is that, particular for frontend ...
12:34 am GMT - Fri, December 7, 2012
TutsPlus - Code Best of Tuts+ in November 2012
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...
01:15 am GMT - Thu, December 6, 2012
TutsPlus - Code Expressive Tests with Hamcrest
Hamcrest is a set of matchers for writing more expressive code. It just so happens that these matchers are especially useful when writing tests. In this article, we’ll look at Hamcrest for PHP.W...
09:11 pm GMT - Tue, December 4, 2012
TutsPlus - Code Dependency Injection in PHP
Dependency injection has been a frequent subject of discussion among many corporate developers in the past few years. Many feared that they might sacrifice too much time building their application arc...
08:18 pm GMT - Mon, December 3, 2012
TutsPlus - Code What They Didnt Tell You About ES5s Array Extras
Every new version of JavaScript adds some extra goodies that make programming easier. EcmaScript 5 added some much needed methods to the Array data type, and, while you can find resources which teach ...
02:00 am GMT - Sat, December 1, 2012
TutsPlus - Code Using Inline SVGs with HTML5
It goes without saying that SVG isn’t as widely used as many people in the web development community might believe it should be. Setting the debate aside, in this tutorial, I will demonstrate ho...