Calypso

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Pretty bold step for WordPress. Totally new UI. Totally new technologies. No more PHP and MySQL, it's Node.js, React, Flux, Babel, Webpack... the fanciest of fancy modern tooling. Still completely open source. Matt Mullenweg: On one hand it seems risky... Read more
Calypso

How to Install a WordPress Theme

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In the Code category of Envato Tuts+, we cover a lot of content. This ranges from anything such as how to write code using some of the latest JavaScript frameworks to how to achieve certain things with content management systems such as WordP... Read more
How to Install a WordPress Theme

No Hard Feelings: The Wait For “Hardboiled Web Design” Is Over

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  Some books deserve a spot at your desk. The brand new Hardboiled Web Design by Andrew Clarke is one of them. In its 5th anniversary edition, Andy explains how you can use HTML/CSS efficiently in responsive design — and how to reduce w... Read more
No Hard Feelings: The Wait For “Hardboiled Web Design” Is Over

SVG without SMIL: Google Chrome Kills Support

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It should be common knowledge by now that interesting charts, illustrations and complex animations can be created using the SVG format. SVG provides three different ways of creating animations. Next to JavaScript and CSS3 animations, SMIL is another ap... Read more
SVG without SMIL: Google Chrome Kills Support

A Beginners Guide to Titan Framework: How Titan Works

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This is the third article of the series and so far, I have discussed the importance and features of Titan Framework along with the basic setup. In the very first article, I discussed the three-step setup of Titan Framework which goes like this:  Set u... Read more
A Beginners Guide to Titan Framework: How Titan Works

Stretchy Navigation in CSS and jQuery

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Advertise here via BSAWould you like a Stretchy Navigation in CSS and jQuery? It’s a rounded navigation trigger that stretches on click/tap to reveal the navigation items. There are 3 different user cases where this snippet would be useful: 1) fi... Read more
Stretchy Navigation in CSS and jQuery

Forget Angular & Ember, React Has Already Won the Client-Side War

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In SitePoint's forums I stumbled across a thread entitled So Many Frameworks where Guido, confused at the sheer number of options available, was asking which JavaScript framework he should adopt to make his application more dynamic. Given what I've bee... Read more
Forget Angular & Ember, React Has Already Won the Client-Side War

How to Prototype Beacon Apps with Estimote and Evothings

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Bluetooth beacons are an incredibly valuable way to set up location based triggers for apps. Estimote have a range of Bluetooth beacons that are quite easy to set up and experiment with. One of the tough parts of testing out Bluetooth beacons is that d... Read more
How to Prototype Beacon Apps with Estimote and Evothings