The Command Line API for Fun and Profit

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The Command Line API is a collection of aliases, convenience functions, and shortcuts to interact with your web page right from within the JavaScript console. In this article, we will have a look at some of those helpers and how you can leverage them f... Read more
The Command Line API for Fun and Profit

Getting Started With Wearables: How To Plan, Build And Design

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  If a user of your product is buying a smartwatch tomorrow and your app is not compatible with it or your notifications can’t be triggered from there, you might frustrate them. If you have a website or an app today, it’s time to start pl... Read more
Getting Started With Wearables: How To Plan, Build And Design

Debugging WordPress on Azure with Z-Ray

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We all know that WordPress is an amazingly rich, extendable and simple platform. That’s probably one of the reasons it powers so much of the web today. But in some cases this richness can be the downfall of your site. If you load too many plugins, fo... Read more
Debugging WordPress on Azure with Z-Ray

The Snowballing of Practice

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I really want to be a better musician. Someday, I will be. I know what it takes: practice. I want to get really good. I want people to hear me play and say to themselves "hey that guy really knows how to play." I want to be able to sit down with other ... Read more
The Snowballing of Practice

WP_Query Arguments: Author, Search, Password, Permissions, Caching and Return Fields

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So far in this series you've learned about a selection of arguments you can use with the WP_Query class, to select posts by post type, category, tag, metadata, date, status and much more.In this final tutorial on WP_Query arguments, I'll run through so... Read more
WP_Query Arguments: Author, Search, Password, Permissions, Caching and Return Fields

Social Media: Eight Hand-picked Image Tools

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In general, images in social media posts help to achieve greater success than plain text posts. Experiments have shown that posts supported by images get a larger amount of clicks, shares and replies. These posts also get marked as favourites more ofte... Read more
Social Media: Eight Hand-picked Image Tools

Accelerated Mobile Pages Project

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New Google thing, aimed at unsucking the "mobile" web: The Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP) Project is an initiative to improve the mobile web and enhance the distribution ecosystem. If content is fast, flexible and beautiful, including compelling and ef... Read more
Accelerated Mobile Pages Project

The Beginners Guide to WooCommerce: Customer Reports

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Customers are the backbone for any business especially when you run an online store. As in this case the contact with your customers is a virtual one so, it's critical to be able to monitor, track and reward your customers. To do that it is important f... Read more
The Beginners Guide to WooCommerce: Customer Reports

Automatic Asset Optimization with Munee

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Munee is an asset management tool which can compile LESS, SCSS, or CoffeeScript, manipulate images, minify CSS and JS, and cache assets on the server and client on the fly. It works with PHP 5.3 and newer versions. In this tutorial, we will learn how ... Read more
Automatic Asset Optimization with Munee