Custom Display Suite Fields in Drupal 8

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Without question, Display Suite is one of the most popular modules in Drupal’s contributed modules history. It allows the creation of layouts, fields and exposes all sorts of other powerful tools we use to build the presentation layer of our Drupal s... Read more
Custom Display Suite Fields in Drupal 8

Customizing Tree-Like Data Structures In WordPress With The Walker Class

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  In WordPress, a navigation menu, a list of categories or pages, and a list of comments all share one common characteristic: They are the visual representation of tree-like data structures. This means that a relationship of superordination a... Read more
Customizing Tree-Like Data Structures In WordPress With The Walker Class

Mastering WP_Query: 10 Useful Examples

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Now that we learned almost everything about the WP_Query class, it's time to try out some examples. In this part, we're going to work on 10 different scenarios to utilize the WP_Query class and related functions. It will be a fun exercise and I hope i... Read more
Mastering WP_Query: 10 Useful Examples

130+ Ready to Use Pre-made Layouts will Help You Complete Projects Faster

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Advertise here via BSASelect a fully-customizable pre-made layout that best matches your project’s objective, and then let Be Theme, the Biggest WordPress Theme Ever, do the hard work. This layout and website-building tool combination is all you need... Read more
130+ Ready to Use Pre-made Layouts will Help You Complete Projects Faster

Windows Editors and Shells

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Dave Rupert is switching to Windows in part because the web dev crowd is a little heavy on the Apple, which isn't true, generally, of the user's we build for. But not only is he switching, he's documenting the important developer-y stuff that he's havi... Read more
Windows Editors and Shells

Comparing The Top Frameworks For Building Hybrid Mobile Apps

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Only a few years ago, developing mobile apps via JavaScript was nothing more then a quirky experiment. The idea that you could build iOS and Android apps, without having to operate with Java and Objective C, seemed appealing to many web devs. Now we h... Read more
Comparing The Top Frameworks For Building Hybrid Mobile Apps

A Responsive Material Design App With Polymer Starter Kit

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  One upcoming technology that represents a big leap forward in making the web a mature application platform is web components. From a high-level perspective, web components will enable better composability, reusability and interoperability o... Read more
A Responsive Material Design App With Polymer Starter Kit

Web Font Anti-Patterns

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A series of articles by Bram Stein on typography, performance and modern day best-practices for using fonts. I particularly like what Bram has to say on overusing web fonts: An­other re­cent trend is us­ing web fonts where they’re not ap­pro­pr... Read more
Web Font Anti-Patterns

The Tragicomic History of CSS Color Names

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Ever wondered why we have CSS color names like tomato, salmon and darkgoldenrod? Ars Technica on the evolution (and convolution) of the "Named Colors" spec: Backlash ensued. The color database had been subjected to the whims of so many different progra... Read more
The Tragicomic History of CSS Color Names