Archive for June, 2016

Build Scalable Newsfeeds & Activity Steams with Stream

Advertise here via BSAStream is the API for scalable feeds for you to build scalable newsfeeds & activity streams. Whether you want to build a feed like Twitter, Instagram, Spotify or Facebook’s we have you covered. Stream handles the storag...

Sponsor: ​The Best Checking Account in America

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Money magazine recently named The Aspiration Summit Account as the "Best Checking Account in America". ​The Summit Account is an online-only checking account with no fees, no minimum balance and no minimum monthly deposit requirements. You can earn u...

Dreamweaver Beta

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The only jokes more played out than IE jokes are Dreamweaver jokes. But Dreamweaver just dropped a new Beta that some developers are pretty into. Anselm Hannemann: This is a reduced workspace that then deactivates a couple of tools to declutter the UI ...

The Languages Which Almost Became CSS

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Today, CSS doesn't really have any competitors. We might compile another language to get it, or apply it in unusual ways, but ultimately styling happens on the web through CSS. But before CSS cemented itself, tells us there was RRP, PWP, FOSI, DSSSL, ...

The Languages Which Almost Became CSS

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Today, CSS doesn't really have any competitors. We might compile another language to get it, or apply it in unusual ways, but ultimately styling happens on the web through CSS. But before CSS cemented itself, tells us there was RRP, PWP, FOSI, DSSSL, ...

Desktop Wallpaper Calendars: July 2016

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  To help you start into July freshly inspired, artists and designers from across the globe challenged their artistic abilities and created desktop wallpapers for you to indulge in. This monthly creativity mission has been going on for eight ...

HTML5.1: The New Standard is Nearing Completion

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HTML5 becoming the official standard in 2014 was a milestone for modern web development. Better semantics, and easier controls, especially on mobile devices, were central ideas of HTML5. About two years later, its successor, HTML5.1, is nearing complet...

Lessons Learned From Plugin Support

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  A year and a half ago I released my first premium WordPress plugin, Advanced Ads. It’s true that once the plugin was out, my most important task was support. Support is a crucial element that determines not only the success of the project...

Introduction to Developing jQuery Plugins

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You've probably worked on interactive components before, like sliders, galleries or interactive forms. While you might be creating these on a site-by-site basis, one great time saver is to build your functionality as a jQuery plugin to speed up your de...

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