Archive for October, 2017

A Reasonable Approach for Getting Comfortable With Command Line

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Considering how much the command line is an integral part of the developer's workflow, it should not be thought overly difficult or tedious to learn. At one time I avoided it myself, but one day began teaching myself ways to make the difficult as easy ...

Your First PHP Code

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The following is a short extract from our new book, PHP & MySQL: Novice to Ninja, 6th Edition, written by Tom Butler and Kevin Yank. It's the ultimate beginner's guide to PHP. SitePoint Premium members get access with their membership, or you can ...

Kylo Ren CSS Page Preloader

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Today we want to share something a little bit different with you: an image-less animated Star Wars tribute to Kylo Ren made with HTML & CSS only. This demo is kindly sponsored by PageCloud, the website builder you’ll love to use. If you wou...

Build a React App with User Authentication in 15 Minutes

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This article originally appeared on the OKTA blog. Thank you for supporting the partners who make SitePoint possible. React has quickly become one of the most favored front-end web frameworks, and is second only to plain old HTML5, according to JAXent...

A Swift Transition From iOS To macOS Development

Today started just like any other day. You sat down at your desk, took a sip of coffee and opened up Xcode to start a new project. But wait! The similarities stop there. Today, we will try to build for a different platform! Don’t be afraid. I know yo...

A Swift Transition From iOS To macOS Development

Today started just like any other day. You sat down at your desk, took a sip of coffee and opened up Xcode to start a new project. But wait! The similarities stop there. Today, we will try to build for a different platform! Don’t be afraid. I know yo...