Building a React Universal Blog App: A Step-by-Step Guide

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When the topic of single page applications (SPAs) comes up, we tend to think of browsers, JavaScript, speed, and invisibility to search engines. This is because an SPA renders a page's content using JavaScript, and since web crawlers don't use a browse... Read more
Building a React Universal Blog App: A Step-by-Step Guide

Introduction to jCanvas: jQuery Meets HTML5 Canvas

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HTML5 lets you draw graphics straight into your web page using the <canvas> element and its related JavaScript API. In this post, I’m going to introduce you to jCanvas, a free and open source jQuery-based library for the HTML5 Canvas API. If... Read more
Introduction to jCanvas: jQuery Meets HTML5 Canvas

[Talk] HTTP/2 is Here, Now Let’s Make it Easy

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Rebecca Murphey's talk from dotJS 2015 explores all the various gotchas surrounding HTTP/2. For instance, how will servers support it? How does our front-end process change to benefit the most from this new protocol? How will developers know that every... Read more
[Talk] HTTP/2 is Here, Now Let’s Make it Easy

20 Useful WordPress Forms Available on CodeCanyon

Just about every WordPress-based website has some kind of online form.They range from the most basic—contact forms, polls, and email subscriber submissions—to more advanced forms like payment, calculator, and user-submitted content.WordPress users ... Read more
20 Useful WordPress Forms Available on CodeCanyon

How to Make WooCommerce Product Attributes More Prominent

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What You'll Be CreatingWooCommerce product attributes are a really useful feature, but by default they're hidden quite a way down the page, in the Additional Information section. Depending on your theme, they might not be visible until the user clicks ... Read more
How to Make WooCommerce Product Attributes More Prominent

Using Templating Engines to Streamline WordPress Theme Development

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The following is a guest post by Charlie Walter. Charlie has written for us before, when he's not making me extremely envious. Now he's back to share something completely different. We're going to learn about methods he's learned for streamlining WordP... Read more
Using Templating Engines to Streamline WordPress Theme Development

Using Inline Partials and Decorators with Handlebars 4.0

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Handlebars is one of the most widely used JavaScript templating libraries for both client-side and server-side rendering. It implements the mustache specification but adds some extra sauce to make working with templates easier. If you're new to Handleb... Read more
Using Inline Partials and Decorators with Handlebars 4.0